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Group Title: Miscellaneous
Title: Undated Correspondence and Business Papers
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Title: Undated Correspondence and Business Papers
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.nd new moon fur each month. Each dial represents
he month, day, hour and minute when the moon
changes its phases.
Figures in center of dials indicate the day of
ionth. Figures under dial cuorespond with position
f the clock hands, denoting hour and minutes at which
change occurs. Example-- ill moon for January,
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on, 8. C., add to time given, one hour. For Omaha.
nd Denver, subtract one hour. For San Francisco,
ubtract two hours.
Canadian Facts.
populationn 5.571.315.-Area 3,745,574 square miles.
Governor General- Appoiintd by Crown. As-
isted by Cabinet, consisting of 14 heads of depart.
lelts and one or more without office.
Senate-87 members appointed by Crown. Property
qualification required; age not less than 30. Salary
1.500.for session over 30 days. Mileage 10c both ways.
House Commons -214 members. Elected. No
rolertv qualification. Age21. Sanmesalary assenators.
Parliament-Legal existence 5 years, unless sooner
dissolved by Governor Generul. Meets once a year.
Provinces-Lieut. Governor of each Province, ap-
ointed by Gov. General of Dominion, aided by execu-
ive Council of eight members having seats in legisla-
Ire. Term Lieut. Governor 5 years. Assembly meets
annually.
Number of Parliament.
providencee Populaiion. Assembly Senate Commons
ntario.........2,182,947 98 24 86
ew Brunswick, 331.120 46 10 13
rinceE. Island, 103,259 30 4 4
anitoba........ 255,211 40 4 10
ric. Columbia.. 178.657 38 3 7
ova Scotia.. 659.574 38 10 18
nebec..........1,648 898 74 24 65
.W.Territories 47.348 Yukon......... 1
Iberta......... 72.841 25 4 5
askatchewan... 91,460 25 4 5
ukon is the only one of the North-West Territories
represented in Parliament.
ova Scotia and Quebec each have a Legislative Council.
Canadian Money Orders.
tayable in Dominion or In British Possessions and
United States. Foreign Countries.
5.00 and under..... 3c Not exceeding $J0....10c
5.00 up to $10 00.. ic 20....20e
000 30.00..10c 30....30
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'000 100.00..300I
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D 20 to $0.40..........c $ 3 00 1o,5 0 3
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Population Canadian Cities.and Towns.
Approximate Estimate. 1907
Over 5,000.


Brantford, Ont.... 16,619
Berlin, Ont........ 9,747
Brockville, Ont.... 8940
Barrie, Ont........ 5,949
Belleville, Ont..... 9,117
Brandon, Man..... 5,380
Charlottetown,
P. Edw. Is 12,080
Chatham, Ont..... 9,068
Cornwall, Ont..... 6,704
Collingwood, Ont.. 6,755
Dawson, Yukon... 9.142
Fredericton, N.B.. 7,117
Guelph, Ot. ..... 11.496
Galt, Ont.......... 7,866
Glace Bay, N. .... 6.945
Hamilton, Ont..... 55,634
Halifax, N. S...... 40.832
Hull, Quebec.. .. 13,993
Kingston, Ont..... 17 961
London. Ont....... 38,981
Levis, Quebec... 7,783
Lindsay, Ont...... 7,003
Lachine, Quebec... 5,561
Montreal, Quebec..275,730
Moncton, N. B..... 9,026
N. Westminster,B.C. 6,499
Nanatmo. B. 0.... 6,130
Nelson.B.C....... 5.273
Ottawa, Ont..... 60.128
Owen Sound, Ont.. 8,776
Peterborough, Ont. 11,239


Pembroke, Ont.... 5,15
Quebec, Quebec.... 70.84
Rossland.B. C..... 6,15
Rat-Portage, Ont.. 5,20
St. Johns, N. B..... 45,71
St. Henr, Q ....... 21.19
St. Thomas, Ont... 12,48
St. Louis du Mile
End, Quebec..... 10.93
St. Catharines,Ont. 9.94
St.Hyacinthe, Q... 9,21
Ste. Cungonde, Q. 10,91
Sherbrooke, Q..... 11,76
Stratford, Ont..... 9.95
Sydney, N. S...... 10,30
Sarnia, Ont....... 8.171
SaultSte. Marie,O. 7,16
Sorel, Q........... 7,05
Springhill, N. .... 5,171
Smith's Falls, Ont. 5,15
Toronto, Ont......225,001
TorontoJunction,Out 7,09
Trois-Rlvieres, Q.. 9.98
Truro, N. 8... .... 5,99
Vancouvtr, B. C... 30,13;
Valleyfleld, Q... 11,05,
Victoria, B.C...... 21,811
Winnipeg, Man.... 75.34(
Windsor, Ont...... 12,15:
Westmount, Q..... 8.851
Woodstock, Ont... 9.341
Yarmouth, N. S.. 6.43


FnoM 3,000 TO 5,000.


almonte, Ont........3,023
Amherst, N. S........4,996
Arnprior Ont. .....4.152
Buckingham, Q......2.936
Calgary, N. W. T.... 5,151
Carleton Place, Ont. 4,059
Chatham, N. B.......3,000
Chicoutimi, Q..... 4,200
Cobourg,Ont........4,829
Dartmouth, N. S.....4,806
Deseronto, Ont......3,500
Dundas, Ont.........3,312
Farnham. ......... 3,114
Pra trrille, .. .. ..4,500
Fort Wlimarr.. Orn ..5,000
Garannr.que. Onr.....3.526
Oooerlch, Onl ... ..4,500
Gran by. Q ... .....3,773
Hawkebbury.Ont... 4.150
Ingerroll, Ont.......5.000
Joliete, Q........... 4700
Magog.Q......... ..3,516
Napanee. Ot ..... ..3,434
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SNew Glasgow, N. S...4,
North Bay, Ont......2,
North Sydney, N. S..4,
Orillia, Ont..........4,
Oshawa, Ont........4.
Paris, Ont...........3,
Perth, Ont...........3,
Petrolea, Ont........4,
Plcton, Ont..........3,
Pictou, N.S.........3,
Port Arthur, Ont....5,
Port Hope...........5,
Prescott, Ont........3,
Renfrew, Ont........3,
St. Jerome, Q.......3,
St. Johns, Q..........4,
St. Mary's, Ont...... 3
Summerside, P. E. I..2,
Trenton, Ont..... ..4,
Twillingate, New F..3,
Walkerton, Ont......3,
Waterloo, Ont.......3,
Windsor, N. .......3,







Postal Distances and Time of Transit.

New York to Foreign Cities.

To Via Miles. Days.
Adelaide, Australia...... San Francisco 12.845 34
Alexandria, Egypt... ..London....... 6.150 13
Algiers. ................. ....... 5.030 10
Amsterdam ............... ...... 3.985 9
Athens............... .... ....... 5 t55 12
Auckland, N. Z........... San Francisco 10.120 26
Bangkok, Siam.......... 12990 43
Barcelona, Spain......... London....... 4.790 10
Batavia,Java............. ......12.800 34
Berlin............ ..... ...... 4.385 9
Berne, Switzerland....... ....... 4490 9
Beirut, Syria.. .......... ....... 6 475 15
Bombay................... ....... 9 765 24
Brussels............. ... ...... 3 975 9
Budapest. ............. ....... 4.910 10
Buenos Ayres.......................... 8,045 29
Calcutta....................London....... 11,120 26
Callao.Peru. ........... Panama...... 4,145 22
Cape Town, Africa........ London.......11,245 27
Christiana, Norway...... London........ 4.650 10
Colon ..................Panama...... 2.281 6
Constantinople....... ... London....... 5.810 11
Copenhagen.............. ...... 4.575 10
Glasgow............... ........... .... 3 375 10
Hague. ................. .............. 3 950 9
Hamburg, Germany ................... 4.820 9
Havana.............. ................ 1.413 3
Havre, France............ ... ....... 3,940 8
Hong Iong.............. San Francisco 10.590 25
Honolulu..... ........ .. " .5 645 12
Iceland. ................London....... 5350 18
Kingston. Jamacia....... ............... 1,820 5
La Gu.-:ra, Venz............ ..... ..... 2.258 10
Lisbon. .......... ...... London...... 5.335 10
Liverpool... ......................... 3.540 8
London.. ...... ......... Queenstown.. 3,740 8
MIacrid.......... ........London....... 4,025 9
Manila...... ............San Francisco 9.530
Martinique. W. I...................... ].980 9

Montevideo, Uruguay.............. 7.165 28
Moscow................... :T.. ,, 5 1 10
Nassau. ............. 11 3 1
Natal, Africa............ L '.1., '2 2 Ji
Panama................. 2 .
Paris.............. .. ...I .I 1
Quebec........... ...... .:, '2
Queenstown. Ireland.... 3 7
IiodeJanerio........ ..'-t 2
Rome........ ........... 1 9
Rotterdam ............ L -.. n 3 ".', 10
St. Petersburg........... Li- .. .. 5 3;0 12
Shanghai............... :r. ..r ,i.:ic. 99 .21 25
Stockholm ...... ... L -in . 4 975 12
Valparaiso.. ... ..... Prnama ... 5 I 37
Vienna......... ....... L. nion .... 4.740) 1
Yokohama.............. -' f rar.ct 7 341 "2V







Telegraph Rates to Foreign Countries.
These rates are from Chicago. The address and sig
nature are included in the chargeable matter, and th
length of words is limited to fifteen letters, eve
additional fifteen or traction of fifteen letters will b
counted as a word.
Per Word. Per Word
Algeria............$0.38 Matanzas..........$0.20
Alexandria (Egypt). .66 Melbourne (Aus.)..... .63
Antigua............... .81 Mexico City, $1.75 10 ws.
Argentine Repub......1.00 Nassau, Bahamas. ...
Austria............... 38 Natal, (So. Africa).... .92
Barbadoes............ .91 Netherlands.......... 31
Belgium............. 31 New So. Wales... ...63
Bermuda .... ........ 46 New Zealand .........63
Bolivia....... .......1.25 Norway............... 41
Brazil.................1.40 Orange Free State... .92
Bulgaria............. .41 Panama............ 97
Burma.............. .92 Paraguay............1.00
Callao (Peru).........1.25 Penang...............1.17
Cairo (Egypt)..........66 Peru.................1.25
Cape Colony (S. Afr.). .92 Porto Rico............ 75
Ceylon...... ........ .94 Portugal.............. 45
Chile..................1 25 Queensland........... .6
China ................1.1 Roumania............ 40
Cochin China.........1 25 Russia (Europe) .... .49
Colon.................. 97 Russia (Asia, West).. .56
Cyprus........ ......... 62 Russia (Asia, East)... 56
Demerara........... 1.44 Santo Domingo.......1.32
Ecuador............1.25 Scotland.............. .31
England....... ...... 31 Servia. .............. .40
France............... .31 Sicily................ 37
Germany ............. 31 Siam................... 63
Gibraltar............ 49 Singapore ..........1.17
Greece............ ..... .42 Spain................ 44
Guatemala.... ....... .50 St. Thomas......... 1.69
Havana............... .15 Sweden............ .44
Hayt........... .....1.05 Switzerland........... .3
Honolulu........ .... 41 Sydney (N. S. W.).... 63
Hungary.............. 38 Tangier.............. .51
India............ ... .02 Tasmania............. 63
Ireland.............. .31 Transvaal............. 92
Italy.................. 37 Trinidad.............. 98
Jamaica .............. 48 Turkey (Europe)...... .43
Japan.................1.50 Turkey (Asia)........ 51
Java .... ....1.2 Uruguay..............1.29 1.00
Korea (Seoul)... .....1.50 Venezuela ..........1.50
Malta... .......... .41 Vera Cruz...$1.75 10 wds
Manila...............1.09 Victoria (Aus.)....... .63
Martinique.. ........ 1.00
The rates from New York to Eastern points are six
cents less than rates given from Chicago. From San
Francisco to Western points 7.5 cents less than rates
given from Chicago.

United States Expansion.
Alaska, by purchase from Russia, 1867, $7,200,000;
Hawaii, annexed, 1898; Porto Rico, Philippines and
Guam, acquired from Spain, 1898, at Treaty of Paris,
consideration, $20,000,000; Tutuila and other Samoan
Islands, by treaty with England and Germany, 1899.
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Divisions of Time.
Eras.-The year 1907 corresponds to the year of the
following eras. as indicated.
Byzantine, 7415-16. Jewish, 5667-68.
Japanese 2567. Mohammedan, 1324-25.
Independence of U. S. 132nd year (Begins).
Days.--Sidereal Day is the interval between two
consecutive transits of a fixed Star over any meri-
dian or the interval during which the earth makes
an absolute revolution on its axis. Apparent Solar
Day. Interval between two consecutive transit
of the sun over any meridian; ascertained by a
sun dial. Mean Solar Day.-Mean or average of all
apparent Solar days in a year; ascertained by a care-
fully regulated clock or witch. Equation of Time.-
The difference between Mean Solar and apparent
Solar Time. Astronomical Day. -Begins at noon.
Civil Day. -Begins at proceeding midnight.
Years. Sidereal.-365 days, 6 hrs., 9 min. and 9.6
seconds, or the interval during which the earth
make one complete revolution round the sun.
Tropical Year.- The interval between two consecu-
tive returns of the Sun to the Vernal Equinox; con-
sists of 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes,46 seconds.
Julian Year.-Average length 3653 days. Inaugu-
rated by Julius Ceasar B. C. 45 continued until A. D.
1582. All years whose date number is exactly
divisible by 4 contained 366 days; all others 365.
Gregorian Year.- Introduced by Pope Gregory XIlI.
Equals 365 days but every year exactly divisible by
4 and centurial years by 400 contains 366 days.
Introduced into England 1752.
Year Began.-At Christmas, from 7th to 14th Cen-
turies. March 25th from 12th Century, by the
Church. March 25th from 14th Century, by Civil-
ians. January 1st, 1753.
StandardTime.-Estublished 1883. U. S. is divided
into four sectuns, of 15 longitude, equivalent to
one hour, commencing on tie 75 meridian, and
called Eastern. Central, Mountain and Pacific time.
Months. January. Derived from Roman God,
Janus, added to Calendar by Numa, 713 B. C. Febru-
ary. From Februa, a Itoman feast in holnor of
deceased persons celebrated at this time. March.-
First month of Roman year. April.- From Aprilis,
derived from Aperire, meaning "to open". May.-
From Maia mother of Mercury, 3rd month among
the Romans. June.-6th month among the Romans.
July.- Fifth month among the Romans, originally
called Quintilis (the fifth). Contained 36 days, but
made 31 by Julius Ceasar and renamed July in his
honor. August.--Named in honor of Roman Emperor
Augustus (B. C. 63-A. D. 14). 6th month of Roman
year originally called Sextilis. September.- Latin
Septem seven, or seventh Roman month. Oetober.-
Latin. Octo eight, or 8th lioman month. November.
-Latin, .'-.. m. dine. rlh F.,mun n. :-ib Dmr.ai.-
Latin t-.n :., I-nrn R insrr m...n'tl
Days of the Week.-L e.v ived fi-m Sa.?n d-il-,
Sunday. Si--.2i. ~.,7 -- The Sr,. li.,i --Tn
Moon. 2T.r. i T.r-r,. S-r ri Sax.i.,. ll'.ir.s.
day, Wodea or (',n. falt- r of thi G Jdd o war
Thursday Trhr f il- I : n oi W..d-n Frn.lry,
lriga.-W,If ..fr l' .dn S sturdayi, Smteer ..r.
responding I) tile Ri.-m.n Saiurnou.







DROWNING.
Three important necessities: Restore respiration,
S Maintain the heat of body, and Renew circulation.
S Position. 1. Loosen clothing. 2. Lay body ex"
tended, face downward, one arm under forehead. 3*
Insert hard roll of cloth under pit of stomach. 4.
Place outspread hands over patient's back and throw
your weight upon it accompanied by a forward motion.
Hold pressure three seconds, release and repeat opera-
tion two or three times. This will empty the lungs
and stomach of water. 6. Lifting the body by the
middle, witn head down, accompanied by a few quick
jerks wil also accomplish this purpose.
Respiration.- 1. Turn body on back. 2. Imitate
chest movements by alternating movements of arms,
upward over the head and then downward to the side.
3 Compression and expansion: Pressing over lower
ribs fifteen or twenty times a minute, may restore res-
piration. 4. Wipe and cleanse the mouth, wrap hand-
kerchief about tongue, pull forward and then relax,
repeating this movement gently and regularly. 5.,
When arms are extended and chest expanded, have
some one breath into mouth of patient, or (6), close
nostrils, hold tongue as directed, press on the "Adam's
apple" (larynx), take deep breath and force into
patient's mouth. Compressing the chest, expel the
air and repeat the operation.
Warmth. --1. As soon as breathing is re-estab-
lished put patient in a warm bed. 2. See that plenty
of fresh air is in the room. 3. Apply hot flannels or
applications to pit of stomach, arm-pits, between the
thighs and at the feet.
Circulation.-1. Warm drinks or stimulants by
the teaspoonful may be given. 2. Rub limbs upward
until circulation is restored.

BURNS.-1. If clothing is on fire, throw person
down and wrap in blanket, woolen cloth or any gar-
mentat hand. 2. Roll victim about until flames are
extinguished. 3 Pour water on clothing. 4. Remove
outer clothing or cut away garments not adhering to
flesh. 5. If badly burned and clothing adheres to
flesh, soak it in oil; cover up and wait for arrival
of physician before removing it.
LOCAL BURNS.--1. Keep air from exposed
parts. 2. Cover with lime water and sweet oil, or (3),
cookingsoda with wet cloth over it. 4. Apply white
of eggs and olive oil or (5) common linseed oil, or
mix it with chalk. 6. Cover with fresh lard, vaseline
or any fat not rancid; then cover with cotton batting
or flannel.
SUNSTROKE. 1. Get patient into shade. 2.
Position reclining; head slightly elevated. 3. Loosen
clothing. 4. Apply ice cold water to head. 5. Bathe
head with alcohol.
iLAD DOG or SNAKE BITE. 1. Tie cord
tightly above wound. 2. Suck wound, being careful
to cleanse mouth after so doing. 3. Cauterize with
caustic or hot iron at once. 4. If snake bite administer
a stimulant if necessary. 6. For insect stings apply
salt water, oil, weak ammonia or iodine.
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WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCY.
ANTIDOTES.
NOTE -r.:.r an aii..ilr.r p...i :.i give acid antidote,
an Irr, i.nlJ.t [.o. ..r pro l.. I.Alentpainsand cramps
Ir ,-v...., rj. nr,:-, 1. ,.ui.- I. .A narcotic poison
I ....,.:cr ,- -di.., c .i,. .: -.dr,, :.f extremities, ver-
tliF iFllu... , i .i '. 1 -i lim bs.
i .-ilr pn,~ii.. nr in ,. : ..a .., possible.
Elnetic.-i .. I.-I. ;r.. f:,, r mustard in a pint
,.. .Il.r ir .It arE -. i,-... I.. r mixed with oil,
/L.j. 'r v, IliI
SDemultents- -C- a, [. -r-. t-, or mucilaginous
dli lh ..
Carbolic ncid, bed bug poison, corrosive
iublin:te. spOa r lead. dailtpeter, sulphate
zinc, vermillion, red precipitate. -Give
either (1) milk, (2) flour and water, (3) white of
egag (4) sweet oil or any demulcent.
Arsenic. white precipitate, Paris green.-
jir'e i ) prompt emetic, followed with (2) sweet
C r .. i milk or (4) raw eggs and flour and water in
l*,a rriTles.
Opium, morphine, laudanum, paregoric,
hellndonua.--Give (1) strong coffee followed by
i'.- er.riSd -istard or grease in warm water to pro-
ojS, Vr.-j,-tt.g. (3) Keep in constant motion.
Chloroform, ether or chloral hydrate.-
1 P.-.r .:...'d water over heart and face. (2)
L..:.- :r, rld-iing. (3) Slap chest violently. (4) Apply
galvanic battery. (5) Try artificial respiration.
Caustic soda or potash, ammonia or lye. -
(1) Drink freely of water with vinegar, lemon or
orange juice. (2) Follow with gum arabic water, or
gruel and milk.
Carbonate soda, copperas, cobalt.-(1) Prompt
emetic, (2) soap or (3) mucilaginous drinks.
Nitrate Silver. Common salt in water.
Strychnine. (1) Emetic of mustard or (2) sul-
phate of zinc, Ided by warm water.
Muriatic, niti e or sulphuric acid.-(1) Soapy
water, (2) cha,z and water, (3) white wash, (4) lime
from wall, (5) diluted ammonia, (6) followed with
white of egg, milklor oil.
Oxalic or acetic acid. As above but avoid al
soda, potash or ammonia with oxalic acid poisoning
Prnssic acid or peach stones.-(1) Emetic or
stomach pump at once. (2) Alternate hot and colt
applications to chest if breathing is weak.
Matches, rat poison.- (1) Vomit with mustard
in salt water. (2) Follow by remuilcent d'inkF, but
give no oil, milk or tea; flax.ted tea brt i.
Turpentine.-(1) Emetic 12. filos'*d by Eullpbat.
of magnesia or(3) Epsom sa.ii 4j foll:,.ss byl das
seed tea or soothing drinks.
Coal gas, charcoal fumes.- 1l > Freih air (2)
Apply hartshornto nose. (J. Rub extremil-- wilt
stimulant. (4) Induceartifrial reepl.arlon (5) Ad.
minister stimulant followed by strong codee.
11







Signs ot the Zodiac and What They Indicate.5,
The Signs of the Zodiac, opposite each date in tltrh
Diary, correspond with following signs, showing the
characteristics of persona born on any day. Birthl.,
stones are given first day of each month, a
r ARIES. Persons born under this sign are simple,i
lofty and generous. Superior mind. firm will, rel-tw
gious, often artistic, ingenious; natural gift for busi-
ness: love for outdoor sports, undaunted; easily en.-
raged, seldom holds a grudge; adapted for army orlaw.
TAURUS. Stubborn, proud; difficult to approach;
fond of opposition, slow to get excited and slow to
calm down; shrewd, straightforward; passions fiery.:
not persistent; steady and perseverir. oni.-r..
fickle and jealous; fond of choice food; 1.- J1 Ii., .rI
and liver liable to disease.
GEMINI. Pleasing disposition, quick:, :'I.T'..:
prompt to repent; inventive genius, .. Ir ,
nices and talent for commerce ; honest and .. 1 -
hearted; easy of speech; taste for fine arts; dari..i.
from epidemic fevers and malaria.
SCANCER. Indicates a life of power and incessant
Activity; disposition taciturn, morals good; imagi-
native, capricious and fickle; independent and versatile;:
clever in business and fit to command; possess a natural
repulsion against marriage; health excellent, heart
liable to be affected; also lungs and respiratory organs.
SLEO. Will reach high position; lofty of mind;
just with generous heart; entel pricing and perse-
vering; somewhat egotistical; never lacking in grati-
tude; easily aroused, quickly cooled down; affections"
constant; adapted to command; love pleasures and
luxuries; opinions strongly fixed; liable to inflamnma--
tory rheumatism, diseases of the lungs and sp!oon.
VIRGO. Will reach honor through I... r, l
merit; spirit of equity, honest; mild. i J1-I
amiable, confiding, not easily fathomed; stro .. -* .
sentimental; ingenious, slowtoalger adslow 4
down; aptitude for sciences; easily changed -,'- Iii
liable to come from hardwolk in fields of -.,-r:.
a inventions, or office.
SLIBRA. Gentle, straightforward andprr. i.r,.
ciful, affectionate, frank, confiding, sligbh i,- I
ancholy; anger easily aroused, rapidly quieted; inven-
tive genius, aptitude for inechanical arts and naviga-
tion; handy with tools, quick at figures, devoted to
business; changeable in opinions.
SSCORPIO. Shrewd, persuasive, fickle, dreamy,
Spoetical; often religious; steadfast and persever-
ing; slow to anger and slow to forgive; skillful and
patient in all work; love of architecture; stubborn, and
aggressive; will suffer from headaches and neuralgia.
SSAGITTARIUS. Strictly honest; ingenious and
+ generous; versatile, peaceable, liberal and impar-
tial; worries about trifles; sensitive and nervous; love
of independence and harmony; skillful with the hands;
gifted with eloquence; somewhat timid and love soli-
tude; passions fully under control.
SCAPRICORN. Active, vigorous body; aggressive.
saving and inclined to melancholy; shrewd, fair
and clever; decidedly versatile; brusque in manners;
slow to anger and slow to forgive; prudent and circum
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Signs of the Zodiac Continued.
aspect; not constant in love; will suffer from gout,
rheumatism and stomach disorders.
W AQUARIUS. Special aptitude for the fine arts;
S especially as orators or authors; graceful, gentle
and of a simple nature; violent when driven to wrath;
Lackingin logic; fund ofsolitude; diligent and patient;
well endowed for study and for ruling other people;
great travelers; liable to be afflicted with stomach and
lung troubles, sick headaches and neuralgia.
x PISCES. Naturally talented; restless, somewhat
pessimistic; strictly honest; poetical, dreamy, high
principled, proud, strong willed, prudent, witty and
sarcastic, slow to anger, quick, vigilant and industri-
ous; eloquent and sociable; afflicted with fevers and
troubles of the eye and heart.

tMonth JANUARY, 1907 31 Days
o JACINTH O' HYACINTH.
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3
3-362

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4
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4- 7
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TUES.

8
8-357

WED.

9
THUR.56

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10
10-355

FRI.

11 /
11-354
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Month JANUARY, 1907 31 Days
SUN.
13
13-352

MON.
14
14-351

-TUES.

15
15-350

WED.

16
16-349

THUR.

17
17-348

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18-347
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19
19-346
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21
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22-343
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23-342

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st Month JANUARY, 1907 31 DaVs

SUN.

27
27-338

MON.

28
28-337

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29-336

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30
30-335

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S31
31-334

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SUN.

3
14 -331

MON. __

4
3--:330

TUES.

5
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6
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.;s-327

FRI.

8
s--326

SAT.
9
4u-325
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Month FEBRUARY, 1907 28 Days
SUN.

10
41-324


MON.

11
42-323

TUES.
12
43-322
Lincoln's
Birthday
WED.
13
44-321
Ash
Wednesday

- THUR.

14
45-320


FRI.

15
46-319

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16 /
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SUN.
17
48-317
1st Sunday --
in Lent
MON.

18
S49-316

STUES.

S19
50-315

WED.

20
51-314

THUR._

21
52-313

FRI.
22
53-312
Wash'gton's
Birthday
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I Month FEBRUARY, 1907 28 Days
SSUN.

24
55-310

SMON.

25
56-309
E TUES.

26
57-308

WED.

27
5S-307

THUR.

28
59-306)d
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3d Month
SUN.

3
62-803


MARCH, 1907


MON._

4
63-302

TUES.

5
64-301

WED.

6
65-300

7 -^.-~----~-
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66-299


FRI.

8
67-298

SAT.
9
68-297


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10
69-296

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__11
70-295

STUES.

12
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72-293

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MON.
18
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19
78-287

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20
79-286

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21
80-285

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22
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23
82-283


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31 Days
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24
83-282


cr MON.

25
84-281

7C TUES.

26
85-280

"c WED.
27
86-279

cr THUR.
28
87-278

CY FRI.
29

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SUN.
31
90-275
Easter
Sunday
MON.

1
91-274

TUES.

2
92-273

WED.

3
93-272

THUR.

4
94-271

FRI.

5
95-270

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6
96-269


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7
97-268

MON.

8
98-267

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9
99-266

WED.

10
100-265

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11
101-264

FRI.

12
102-263

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103-262






4th Month APRIL, 1907 30 Dao
SUN.
14
104-261

MON. _
15
10--260

TUES.
16
106-259

WED.
17
107-258

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18
108-257

FRI.
19
109-256
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20
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thMonth APRIL, 1907 30 Days
SUN.
21
111-254

MON.

22
112-253

-TUES.
23
113-252

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24
114-251

THUR.
25
115-250

FRI.
26
116-249

S SAT.
S 27
117-248






S 41hMonth APRIL, 1907 30 Da.
SUN. _

28
118-247

MON.

29
119-246

TUES.

30
120-245

WED. 5th Month MAY, 1907 31 Days
EMERALD.
i --rzzz:'
121-244

THUR.

2
122-243

FRI.

3
L 23-242

SAT. *
4
12.4-241
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th Month MAY, 1907 31 Days
_SUN.

5
125-240

_MON.

6
126-230

TUES.

7
127-238

_ WED.
8
128-237
YTHUR.
9
129-236
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FRI.
10
130-235

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11
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5th Month iJA, I19 vU 31 Da
SUN.
12
132-233

MON.
13
1 33-232

TUES.
14
1J4-231

WED.

15
1.t5-230

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SUN.
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20
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21
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22
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23
143-222
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24
144-221
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26
146-219


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27
147-218

TUES.

28
148-217


WED.

29
149-216

THUR. U
30
150-215
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FRI.

31
1.1 --214

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2
153-212

MON.

3
154-211

TUES.

4
155-210

WED.

5
156-209

THUR.

6
157-208

FRI.

7
158-207

SAT.
8
159-206






6th Month JUNE, 1907 30 Days
SUN.

9
160-205

MON.

10
161-204

I 11 _________________----- --
TUES.

11
162-203
II
WED.

12
163-202
II
THUR.
13
I" -----~-
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11
FRI.

14 -


AlI.
15
166- 1 :',


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th Month JUNE, 1907 30 Days
____SUN.

16
167-198

L_ MON.

17
168-197

TUES.

18
169-196

D WED.

19
170-195

DTHUR.

20
171-194

SFRI.

-- 21
17~2-193
SAT.
22
3173-192
37






i 6th Month JUNE, 1907 30 0s
SUN. _______
23
174-191

MON._
24
175-190

TUES.___
25
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WED.
26
177-188

THUR.__

27
178-187

FRI.

28
179-186
SAT.
29
180-185
L88





:h Month JUNE, 1907 30 Days
SUN.

30
181-184

S7th Month JULY, 1907 31 Days MON.
CORNELTAN.
1
182-183

TUES.

2
183-182

WED.
3
184-181
THUR.
4
185-180
Indepen-
dence Day.
FRI.
5
-----------^ 5
18t--179

-_____ SAT.
6
187-178
89






7th Month JULY, 1907 31 De
SUN.

7
188-177

MON.

8
189-176

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9
190-175

WED.

10
191-174

THUR.
T1UB. _____________

11
192-173

FRI.

12
193-172
SAT. U
13
194-171
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Fth Month JULY, 1907 31 Days
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14
195-170
ED MON.

15
196-169
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16
197-168
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17
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21
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22
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23
204-161

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24
205-160


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FRI.

26
207-158


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27
208-157 -


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31 Days
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28
209-156


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29
210-155

TUES.

30
211-154

__WED.
31
212-153

L 8th Mo. AUGUST, 1907 31 Days THUIL
SARDONYX Or ONYX.
1
213-152

FRI.

2
214-151

L SAT.
3
215-150


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SUN.
4
' I 4-'.4

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5
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6
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8


FRI.
9

SAT.
10
222-143 ______
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8th Month AUGUST, 1907 31 Days
SSUN.

11
223-142

SMON.
12
224-141

TUES.
13
225-140

SWED.
14
226-139

Q THUR.

15
227-138

_ _FRI.
16
228-137
I SAT.


17
229-186


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8th Month AUGUST, 1907 s 31 Day
SUN.
18
230-135

MON.

19
231-134

TUES._____

20
232-133

WED.
21
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22
234-131

FRI. __
23
235-130
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24
236-129


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31 Da)s
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25
237-128


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26
238-127

13 k TUES.

27
239-126

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28
240-125

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29
241-124

FRI.

30
242-123
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1
244-121

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2
245-120
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3
246-119

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4
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5
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6
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--SUN.

22
265-100

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23
266-99

TUES.
24
267-98

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25
268-97


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26
269-96

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SAT.
28
271-94


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6
279-86

MON.
7
280-85

TUES.

8
281-84

WED.
9
282-83

__ THUR.
10
283-82

'FRI.
11
284-81
SAT.
12
285-8u
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S SUN.
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14

TUES.
15
I

WED.
I 16

THUR.
17 -

FRI.
18

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Qth Month OCTOBER, 1907 31 Days
S SUN.
20
293-72
L MON.

i f;21
294-71

TUES.
22
295-70

S"_- -_ WED.
i., -- ... 23

THUR.

24
297-68
lt /,, ,. *' FRI.

25
298-67


26
299-66






S10th Month OCTOBER, 1907 31 Da)s
SUN. "
27
800-65

MON. l 11
28 -__f__ _
S801-64

TUES. _'l
29
802--63

WED. T_
30
803-62

THUR.
'31
804-61

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TOPAZ.
1
305-60
SAT. Ti
2
306.-50
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th Month NOVEMBER, 1907 30 Days
_____ SUN.


3
307-58


itl MON.
4
308-57
nt TUES.

5
309-56
lt WED,.

6
310-55
ItL THUR.
S7.
311-54
.FRI.
8
812-53
11t SAT.
9
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13
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14-
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15- -
319--16


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16
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I SUN.
17
321-44

MON.
18
322-43

.L TUES.
19
328-42
LTT WED.

20
824-41

STHUL
21
825-40

FRI.
22
3-26-89


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23
327-38





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SSUN.

24
328-37

MON.

25
S329-36

TUES.

26
830-35

WED.

27
831-34

STHUR.
28
332-83
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FRI.

29
933-32


SAT.
30
334-81


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TURQOISI Or RUBY.


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1
335-80
1st Sunday
in Advent
MON.

2
336-29

TUES.

3
337-28

WED.

4


338-27

THUR.

5
339-26

FRI.

6
840-25

SAT.
S7.
841-246"
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12th Month DECEMBER, 1907 31 Da,
SUN._
8
3842-13

MON._
9
343--20

TUES.
1 0 .. ... -
344-21

WED.
11
345---20

THUR.
12
1 316-19

FRI. _
13
347--18
SAT. .
14
348-17
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h Month DECEMBER, 1907


31 Days
SUN.
15
349-16

MON.
16
350-15


STUES.

17
351-14

$ WED.

18
352-13

THUR.

19
853-12


FRI.
20
354-11
SAT.
21
35-10


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SUN.
22
3','--9


23
S23J --


TUES. _
24

WED. _
25
Cnristmas
Day
TBUR.

26


FRI.
27
3-SAT.
SAT


28
362-3


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SSUN.

29
363-2


MON.

30
364--1


TUES.

31
365-0


Approximate Loss, San Francisco Disaster
5.16 A.M., Wednesday, April 18, 19o6
SAN FRANCISCO (Population about 400,000.
Number of dead, estimated............1,000 to 2,500
Number of injured, estimated............. 15,000
Number of homeless, estimated......... 300.000
Property loss, estimated ............... $300,000,000
Area burned, square miles.............. 10
City blocks burned.. .................. 1,000
Buildings destroyed................... 60 000
Casu-
OTHER CITIES. Population. Damage, allies.
Oakland..................... 70.000 $500000 5
Alameda.................. 17.000 400.000 ....
San Jose................. 35 000 3.000.000 10
SPalo Alto(Stanford Univ..) 5,000 4,000,000 3


Agnew (State Hospital for
Insane... .............. 800
Napa............ ......... 5,500
Salinas.................... 3,000
Hollister.... ............. 1.900
Vallejo ........ .......... 8.000
Santa Rosa................. 7.000
Watsonville................ 3,000
Loma Prieta............. 300
Santa Cruz................. 7.000
Fort Bragg..... .......... 5,000
Sacramento ............... 30.000
Suisun........... ......... 1,000
Stockton. ................ 18,000
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