RMP863XX–Black and white print illustrating an angled view of a stripped classical, multi-level urban building located in Montreal Canada, captioned 'The Read Building' and attributed to the architects Ross and MacFarlane, 1913. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AJ9G82–Annals of medical history . a letter to George Wheatly, datedPassy, May 23, 1785, Benjamin Franklindescribes and illustrates a pair of bifocalglasses which he had had made for his useby Doliond, the famous optician of London.Just why this useful invention of Franklinswas allowed to lapse into obscurity formany generations after its discovery, isnot known. One would think that a prac-tical optician such as Doliond would havegrasped its value, and that its usefulness. through which a man sees clearest and best atthe distance proper for reading, is not the bestfor greater distances. I therefore h
RMMD2455–Engraving of a tenement building, New York City, New York, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process. Colors may not be period-accurate. ()
RM2AJF127–Their glory cannot fade, Christmas nineteen-eighteen . DISTINGUISHEDCONDUCT MEDAL MILITARY MEDAL The D.stinguished Conduct Medal, Military Medal and Meritorious Service Medal aresimilar on the front, but different on the back, each with appropriate wording,and have different ribbons. HAT HAVE BEEN AWARDED TO)LDIERS LS.
RMP845Y2–Black and white photograph of the eastern facade of the 'Palace of Varied Industries, ' a fourteen-acre exhibit hall built by Van Bruny and Howe of Kansas City, for the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition (aka St Louis World's Fair) in 1904, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AN7WCN–Shakespeare's England . e of Gloster, on the day when hecondemned the accomplished Hastings. Stand-ing there, I could almost hear the resolute,scornful voice of Richard, breathing out, inclear, implacable accents: Ely with Richmond troubles me more nearThan Buckingham and his rash-levied strength. The astute Morton,—when the battle of Bos-worth had been fought and the royal causehad been lost, and Richmond had assumed thecrown, and Bourchier had died,—was madeArchbishop of Canterbury, and as such, at agreat age, he passed away. Not far from hisplace of rest, in a vault beneath the Churchof St.
RMP844AG–Black and white print depicting Miss ME McDonnell, wearing a Victorian dress and leaning over a table while speaking with a group of local nurses wearing saris, likely photographed at the CSI Nursing College, in Neyyoor, Tamil Nadu, India, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2ANFRHH–Essentials of United States history . ,counting those engaged in protect-ing his conmiunications. Grant dugtwelve miles of trenches. His artil-lery included about two hundred andtwenty guns, most of them fieldpieces. The fort was defended byone hundred and seventy-two guns,nearly fifty of them large siege guns. General G. II. Thomas, -r-.- h r. a ^ ^ c • Imally, aiter twelve days or mces- sant bombardment, the Confederate garrison, cut off from relief and reduced to one biscuit and a mouthful of bacon a day, surrendered on the 4th of July, 1863. General Sherman spoke of this as gne of the grea
RMP84527–Black and white, motion-blur photograph of a man, standing in full-length, three-quarter profile, wearing shorts and a sleeveless shirt, doing a shoulder straightening exercise with a towel, from Harrie Irving Hancock's 'Physical training for business men, basic rules and simple exercises for gaining assured control of the physical self', 1917. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AKBPJP–The national parks portfolio . could be heard on distant mountain summits. The Indians feared it. Even the hardiest of frontiersmen refused it. It remained for a geologist and a school-teacher, a one-armed veteran ofthe Civil War, John Wesley Powell, afterwards director of the United StatesGeological Survey, to dare and to accompHsh. This was in 1869, Nine men accompanied him in four boats. There proved to be no impassable whirlpools in the Grand Canyon, nounderground passages, and no cataracts. But tlie trip was hazardous in theextreme. The adventurers faced the unknown at every bend, daily—s
RMP5X23K–Black and white, headshot photograph of scientist, and discoverer of the X-ray, Wilhelm (or Willam) Conrad Rontgen, with a bushy beard, and wearing a dark suit, looking off camera, in three-quarter profile view, from the volume 'Dental and Oral Radiography: a text book for students and practitioners of dentistry, ' authored by James David McCoy, and published in St Louis by Mosby, Germany, 1916. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AG0GAP–. Catalogue no. 16, spring/summer / R. H. Macy & Co.. 44c Each 65814812 An especiallywell made childs Gown of softheavy striped flannelette In motherhubbard style; the front and backof yoke is of double thickness ofmaterial insuring warmth, whereit is mo.it needed, and Unlshed witha round flat collar; the full com-fortable sleeve Is gathered at thelower edge into a loose band cuff;garment cut full and well finished:sizes 2 to 8 years. j J Price each HHC 99c Each 62814813 A dainty warmGown in paiama design, made ofstriped flannelette; lower portionis gathered into a double yokefront and back, t
RM2AM0EWY–The Maule seed book : 1917 . MAULES MIDSUMMER CABBAGE. aules All Seasons Cabbage Collection One packet each, 3 packets in all, of the early spring, summer and winter cabbages mentionedon this page for 20 cents, postpaid. One ounce each, 3 ounces in adl, for 75 cents, postpaid. THE CELEBRATED LUPTON CABBAGE. ;..The Celebrated Lupton A Grand Leading Winter Cabbage of Our Introduction. The Only Rival of the Famed Surehead The Lupton cabbage began its career in 1S88, on tl^e eastern end ofLong Island, in an extensive cabbage growing district. The origin-ator, whose name the cabbage bears, is undou
RM2AKJT5H–The national parks portfolio . 9>^ .r^:^,^*:*-^^ 1^. Photograph by Lmdlcy Eddy Vistas of the Giant ForestMany of these trees were growing thriftily when Christ was born j|. Photograph by Lindley Eddy Alta Peak from Moro Rock
RM2ANCAMY–Illustrated catalogue of the exceedingly rare and valuable art treasures and antiquities formerly contained in the famous Davanzati Palace, Florence, Italy . 090 (i!)l No. 690. Fourteenth Century Orvieto Primitive Majolica Ewer No. 691. Fourteenth Century Orvieto Primitive Majolica Pitcher No. (592. Fourteenth Century Orvieto Primitive Majolica Ewek. y 693 -Fourteenth Century Orvieto Primitive Majolica DeepDish with Handles yp j^, J^o^^-A^rr Circular shape, with turned-over rim and two scrolled projectingcar handles. Decorated, on a white ground, in green and man-ganese, with a circular medall
RM2AKPCE7–Livingston's guide to fall planting : bulbs paeonies phloxes seeds etc . te list of Vegetable Seeds,with full desciptions, is sent by mail free upon request. nttPOBTANT—Prices quoted are by mail, postpaid. If sent byexpress or freight, customer paying charges, the postage may bededucted at the rate of 8c. per pound or pint and 15c. per quart.Special prices quoted on large quantities. ASFABAGUSBoots Beady in November By Mail, postpaidDoz. 100 Conovers Colossal 30c $1 15 Columbian Mammoth White. . 35c 1 25 Early Argenteuil 35c 1 25 Palmetto 35c 1 25 50 at the 100 rate, 500 at the 1000 rate. Spec
RM2ANDWP1–The American annual of photography . S. Rice. or dark scattered through the picture tend to destroy contrastand produce a confused effect. The use of two L shaped pieces of heavy paper or card-board are Hkewise of great value to the student of composi-tion, as very often a print may be improved by trimming awaysuperfluous parts. Adjust these Ls or finders in this man-ner ^ and shift them about until the placing of your printfulfills the laws that govern balance, symmetry, line andNotan, if you have not succeeded in perfecting your com-position on the original plate. In the two examples accompa
RM2AGE1K4–. Canadian grocer April-June 1918. John Oakey &£Sons, LimitedLondon, S.E.: 1, England AGENTS:Geo. B. Jenkinson, 43 Queen St. East,Toronto, and J. E. Huxley & Co., 220McDermid St., Winnipeg. 1 C/OLPEE^ — a specialty thatevery housewife /3needs Leaking pals are common ineven- home. Vol-Peek mends all suchquickly and easily. Pots,Pans. Graniteware, Alumi-num vessels—all can be madeready for use in two minuteswith a little bit of Vol-Peek.Sells at a good profit. Writeus direct if your wholesalerhasnt got it. h: nagle & co. Box 2024, Montreal I To Manufacturers Agents Manufacturersare always lookin
RM2ANDEW8–Murmurmontis: [Yearbook] 1918 . ???. UNCLASSIFIED ART. MABEL BOLTON MABEL CUNNINGHAM LILLIAN LIGGET ID CULP NELL GEYER ZILLAH SHORT VIRGINIA MAXWELL NELL MORGAN PEARL SHUMAKER n H BOYD MARGARET WORKMAN one hundred twenty-one
RM2AKMGCR–Annual catalogue : machinery, fertilizers, seeds, etc1917 . is of handsome golden yellow color. Pkt. 5c; oz. 50c; yA lb. $i.ao. GIANT GOLDEN HEART—A selection from Dwarf Golden Heart, which it re-sembles, but grows larger and is a better keeper; a favorite with Chicago gardeners.Pkt.. 5c; oz., 15c; n lb., 40c; 1 lb., $1.25. GIANT PASCAL—The largest variety grown; is also the best keeper; of fine, nuttyflavor, and verv easilv blanched; deservedly popular for fall and winter use.Pkt., 5c; oz., 15c; !4 lb.. 40c; 1 lb.. $1.25. variety ever introduced; it is the earli-est, and produces beautiful sn
RM2AFHMXH–. New England; a human interest geographical reader. ians, and though athorough Puritan in his religion, cheated them at everyopportunity. It is said that he did not cross outtheir accounts when they paid him, and that in buyingbeaver skins he would use his fist as a balancing weightagainst the skins put on the opposite side of the scales,and claim it weighed a pound. After King Philips War had been in progress a fewmonths. Major Waldron gave the master of a vesselwhich was about to visit the Maine coast a warrantto seize any Indians he found in those parts. The Early New Hampshire 249 result
RM2AKTED0–The Maule seed book : 1917 . which willkeep for months for winter use. Elegant forflower borders or with pot herbs.Pkt., 5c.; oz., 30c.; 14 lb., 85c.; lb., $3.U0. 550 Mixed Peppers A grand assortment of peppers. Wherebyanyone can have quite a variety, includingboth sweet and hot, small or large sorts. Justwhat is wanted for the home garden.Pkt., 5c.; oz., aSc; % lb., 75c.i lb., 82.75. PIMIENTO PEPPER. 540 Pimiento Pepper This pepper is very popular in the east.The handsome fruit is thick fleshed and firm.A heavy cropper. Its superior and valuablequalities will be much sought and extensivelygro
RM2ANC4CC–Catalog no177 . d wood varnished poles fastened at intersection; strong hook to hold kettle $0.40 615M Tripod, hard wood polished and varnished poles with gilt metal tips; fastened at intersections; strong hook to hold kettle 60 KETTLE 228 Kettle of iron, large size $0.40 — 87 S)eMoulin SBros. & Co., Sreenville, Sli HOODWINKS DeMoiilius PATKNT HOODWIMv 390J DeMoiilins Patent Hood-wink, superior to all others.No other hoodwinl?; hasthree changes—light, dark-ness and tableau — pro-duced without removing itfrom face; no other hassuch light, positive action— action so light thatwearer does not fee
RM2AKMGN0–Annual catalogue : machinery, fertilizers, seeds, etc1917 . an. Blumentohl Spanish. Coliflor French. Choufleur One ounce will sow a bed of 40 square feet, and produce about 3,000 plants. CULTURE—When grown to perfection this is a most delicious vegetable, and well repays generous treatment in culti-vation. With a deep rich soil and an abundance of moisture, which in dry seasons must be applied artificially, Cauliflowercan be grown well. The cultivation is similar to that of the cabbage. For early fall crops sow in May, and transplant mJune, in rows of 4 feet apart, setting the plants 2 feet ap
RM2ANCFHF–Fibroids and allied tumours (myoma and adenomyoma) : their pathology, clinical features and surgical treatment . Fig. 170.—Showing pigment-bodies within the gland-tubules of an adenomyoma. (FromF. V. Recklinghausens monograph, Die Adenomvome und Cystadenome des Uterus,Taf. xi. Fig. i, Case xvi. Adenomyoma of the right tubal angle and hydrosalpinx.From a patient who died of syphilitic pachymeningitis and leptomeningitis cerebralis.) a = dilated glands ; ^=:pigment-bodies j w = muscle. dipping for 10, 15, 30 mm. into the growth. There wereno peritoneal adhesions. Two years later, at a meeting of
RM2AXF52J–Brooklyn Museum Quarterly . 206. I he lookouts, like a flock of gigantic birdsperched in the rigging. •outs are stationed, andthere are usually severalmen aloft, who, fromafar, present the appear-ance of a flock of gigantic])irds perched in the rig-ging. From these pointsof vantage the sea can bescanned to a great dis-tance. In addition tothis provision for obser-vation, a platform, tech-nically known as the pul-pit, is attached to the ex-treme end of the bowspritfor the accommodation ofthe striker. The weaponlie wields for fastening to the fish is a harpoon with a detach-able head in combinat
RM2ANE3WA–Fibroids and allied tumours (myoma and adenomyoma) : their pathology, clinical features and surgical treatment . Figure 92. Same section as seen above, showing small endotheliallymph-spaces in hyaline areas (X 4). F.ACE I-AGE 79 INFECTION 79 to show as four) show dark areas of telangiectatic change. Figu re 91, Plate XXIV., shows a telangiectatic condition associated with a lymphangiectatic development in a myoma. In Figure 92, Plate XXIV., is seen the microscopic slide (magnified four times) from which Figure 91 was drawn ; it. Fig. 9c.—Showing telangiectatic areas in myomas. The colour has b
RM2AJD4PJ–Canadian grocer April-June 1918 . Quickwhite MAKES DIRTYCANVAS SHOES CIEAN4WHITE QUICKLVHSILYAPPLIED. ALSO CLEANSALL ARTICLES MADE ?WHITE CANVAS.
RM2AXF1RJ–Mann's descriptive catalgoue : 1914 guide for the farm and garden . EASY TO KEEP CLEAN IMPROVED CEDAR CYLINDERCHURNS We now use a double dasher, and the crank islocked to the churn with a clamp and thumb screwwhich prevents leakage—lock cannot break. Thetop is large, and dasher easily removed. The bestchurn in use. Price, No. 1, 3 gallons, each $2.25 Price, No. 2, 4 gallons, each 2.75 Price, No. 3, 7 gallons, each 3.25 Price, No. 4, 10 gallons, each 3.75 REIDS BUTTER WORKER. Made in Four Sizes. Nos mn 0(d snn Ann. Pints 3 5 lh 9 For those churning from 1 pint to one-half gallon, theyundoubted
RM2AJ0878–Farm and home mechanics : some things that every boy should know how to do and hence should learn to do in school . Fig. 5—Gate. bill of materla.l. 5 pieces yellow pine 1 x 6 x 10 0*C pieces yellow pine 1 x 6 x 4 6.2 pieces yellow pine 1 x 6 x 7 0. FARM A2S1D HOME MECHANICS. 27. Ffoni £(ei^aiion ?Sedion
RM2AKR7B4–A soldier-doctor of our army, James PKimball, late colonel and assistant surgeon-general, U.SArmy . w H o Piw (In > WOH SANTA FE 129 a weak infusion of tea, it was improved some-what; — we drank what we must and went tobed. (No tents.) Mother Nature showed notthe least soHcitude for her children except inthe beautiful night breeze, which brought adewy coolness to our fevered throats. In themorning twilight yesterday, we bade good-bye to the Mancos and its shadowy history,and moved homeward. . Stone walls do notlend themselves kindly to the camera, andthose wolf-haunted chambers have little
RM2AFWK72–. Shakespeare on the stage. osphereof alarming suspense,—as of impending disaster,vague but ominous,—and when at last the fatallightning of avowed and exultant evil leapt throughthe mist of smooth deceit, its blaze and shock werefrightful. In the Tent Scene, on the eve of thebattle, Booth displayed, with agonizing effect, theconflict between mortal weakness and unconquer-able will, and revealed the action of supernaturalinfluence upon a haunted, remorseful, but stillundaunted soul. His delivery of Richards awaken-ing speech was an afflicting utterance of the agonyof remorse. He rolled, affrigh
RM2AXEYNC–Mann's descriptive catalgoue : 1914 guide for the farm and garden . Price, $3.50 Packed Weight, 22 lbs.. No. 19-G IRON AGE Wheel Plow Cultivator 38 SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS PLANET Jr. FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS PLANET JR. TOOLS enable you to do two days work in one, easier, cheaper, bet-ter, with less fatigue. They pay for themselves in a season. Write today for acopy of the 1914 Planter Jr. Catalogue, a finely illustrated, instructive handbook.Describes entire Planet Jr. line, including seeders, wheel hoes, hand, one and two-horse cultivators, liar rows, etc.
RM2AFX84A–. Purdue debris. l (2). Wilfi (<i() iiiiivh t/iiickncsx ever to he Inuqhl,Willi loo iiuicli Ihiiiking lo have common thoughl. SKKNK, CKOKdK H.Bii/.. Mr. Icii( . Tcrre Haute, indAX. Ill. (. Ili;iriii;ic..||(i.-al Society (1) (2). I. A.A.(l)(2). .1// sliiilics hire I sdlcninli/ ililil- SLAYBACK, IRMA C, Irmie.Lafayette, Ind. ON. B. S. Purdue Girls Club(1) (2) (4). Y. W. C. A. (4). She strikes siraiqhl oiil for Ihe right and shela Ihe kind of ii girl for i/oti (Did me. SMITH, CLIFFORD J.,C. J., Blondie. Muneie, Ind. B. S. in E. E. A. I. E. E. (3) (4). P. A. A. (1) (2) (3) (4). Football Squad
RM2AJERT5–Carey's coverings: catalog no 411 . ost thorough non-conductor ofheat, exceptionally light, and possesses all the desirable qualitiesof heat insulation to a greater degree than any other known sub-stance, but it is not adhesive, and would therefore not be durablewere it used exclusively. Asbestos, in fibrous form, is absolutely fire-proof, light andpractically indestructible, but it is not a thorough non-conductorof heat. When used independently or alone, neither Asbestos norMagnesia, for the reasons stated, would make an ideal heat in-sulation, but the difficulty has been overcome by combinin
RM2AG3M9X–. Gregory's honest seeds. Snapdragon 74 JAMES J. H. GREGORY & SONS RETAIL CATALOGUE STOKESIA CornflowerAster No. 2046 Cyanea. Beauti-ful, hardy perennial.Grows about 2 ft.,bearing from 20 to 30handsome, lavender-blue, Cornflower-likeblossoms. Bloom fromJuly till frost. Pkt.10c, 2 pkts. 15c. SUNFLOWER. Helianthus (A) No. Well-known, hardy annuals; large, showy flowers2040 Thousand Flowered. 12 ft. high, richly branchedfrom base to summit, each branch bearing a multitude. of medium-sized, golden yellow flowers. Pkt. 10c.s 2042 Gold leaf. 1 lowers single, plants often 7 ft. in height.^ Leaves va
RM2AFKGNK–. Catalogue no. 16, spring/summer / R. H. Macy & Co.. R. H. MACY & CO., NEW YORK, N. Y. CATALOGUE No. 16 ».,. >! 341 SPECIAL VALUES IN HIGH GRADE CIGARS.
RM2AKB6J0–Les Oblats de Marie Immaculée durant le premier siècle de leur existence . es missions si décriées, à lorigine, sacclimatèrent dans le diocèse.Les demandes se multiplièrent, et, en i858, le supérieur pouvait écrireà Mgr de Mazenod : — Vos Missionnaires sont tous en campagne. Leur zèle et leurabnégation obtiennent des résultats inespérés. Un peu plus tard, il écrivait encore : — Jusque dans les pays les plus mauvais, il est inouï quune missionait été infructueuse. Dannée en année, nous constatons les améliorations.Tout présage une ère de prospérité achetée par le zèle et le sacrificede ceux qui
RM2AGAFHG–. The American annual of photography. essionalphotographer of babies, with even mediocre skill, finds con-stant appreciation of his work, and not less so the amateurphotographer of babies with almost no skill at all. But this is a period of better baby pictures as well as betterbabies, chiefly because more of them are taken. The days ofthe modern infant are filled with eating, sleeping and picture-taking. The baby book, in which appear his pictures from thetime the nurse lifted him before a window while daddysnapped the shutter to the day when he rebelled against fur-ther ignominies of the kin
RM2AM3HN4–The South Wales coast from Chepstow to Aberystwyth . a large hens egg but narrowerin shape. During the period of incubation, beingrolled over and over upon the dirty seaweed, itbecomes a dark brown. In addition to the de-caying weed the presence of an ejected fish or twomakes the nest not a savoury object. The gannetis one of the Pelicanidse, and retains in a pouchsmall fish, which it disgorges at the nest beforeagain going fishing. We sat near them andwatched their ways; they sat stolidly, nearly allof them with their heads to the wind, and theyseem careless sitters, as in some cases the eggs
RM2AM6EAE–Colorado Agricultural College bulletin . orado conditions. A large, well-lighted and well-equipped live stock class-room has recently been built for the accommodation of stu-dents in practical live stock subjects. This will prove veryvaluable in training the students in the selection and judg-ing of live stock. First-year students in stock judging exercises use scorecards to acquire the necessary practice on typical animals tofix in their minds the value of a perfect development ofthe various parts or points of the animal. Through thispractice in scoring animals supplemented by lectures bear-i
RM2AM24NN–A history of the United States for Catholic schools . s and activity towardthe systematic study of vocal music in these schools. 736. Architecture. The architecture of the United Statesprior to the Revolution was generally English in its origin,except in the regions which were essentially Spanish in theirsettlement and development. Examples of Spanish architec-ture are the Cathedral of St. Augustine, the fort now calledMarion, in Florida, and the buildings of the Spanish missions,to each of which, as a rule, a church is attached. Traces of 562 A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES French influences a
RM2AFRF9D–. Catalogue no. 16, spring/summer / R. H. Macy & Co.. lity gray hair:3633232 IS incheslong. Price, each $ 5.89 3B33233 20 inches long. Price, each $ 6.89 3833234 22 Indies long.Price, each $7.89 3833235 24 inches long.Price, each $9.89 3B33236 26 inches long. Price, each $12.89 3B33237 28 Inches long. Price, each $16.89 Wavy Switches. Wavymixture of first and secondqiality hair. Double theprice of the good qualityetny hair. Sraight Switches. I nGray, both iJark and lighthair. Finest quality. In thefallowing lengths and prices:3E33238 18 inchee $14.893833239 20 inches 19.893B33240 22 inches 26.
RM2AX8JBB–In the Alaskan wilderness . The larger and higher ones are made of two pieces,a flat bottom combined with vertical sides, con-sisting of a single piece of uniform thickness,bent round and spliced where the ends cometogether. These vessels are either oval or circularin shape and vary in size from drinking cupsto vessels of about five gallons capacity. Theyare as watertight as any cask or firkin and areas good examples of cooperage as one could seeanywhere. The birchbark vessels are also verybeautifully and neatly made. One type is flatwith sloping sides and the other type is high withstraight s
RM2ANG025–The deposits of the useful minerals & rocks; their origin, form, and content . At Nagyag the lodes occur within an eruptive throat or chimney con-sisting of propyhtized dacite, though andesite also appears. Within an area THE YOUNG GOLD-SILVER LODES 545 about 1000 m. long and 950 m. wide an extraordinary number of steeplyinclined and approximately north-south lodes are found, these being generallybut 10 cm. wide and seldom as much as 30 cm. The occurrence is illus-trated in Fig. 295. In addition to gold telluride/ native gold, thoughseldom, is also found. Its derivation from the telkuide may b
RM2AM7X7J–Annual catalogue of Schwill's sure seeds . s each, 40c; doz., $3.50 Brown Turkey—Medium size, very sweet, prolific, hardy.Celestial—Very large, violet, good and productive.Lemon—A beautiful lemon colored fig, very sweet. Nectarines. Strong 2-year-old trees each, 35c; doz.,$3.00 Magnolia Trees. Price, trees 12 to 18 inches each, $1.00; 36 ins., each, $2.00 Price, trees 24 to 30 inches each, 1.50; 48 ins., each, 2.50 A Certificate of Inspection Tag from the State Inspector ofNurseries, showing our stock to be Free from San Jose scaleand other injurious insects and diseases, will accompanyeach sh
RM2AFM21T–. Handbuch der glasmalerei für forscher, sammler und kunstfreunde, wie für künstler, architekten und glasmaler. Rundscheibe nach einem Riß von Jörg Breu, vielleicht ausgeführt von demGlasmaler Hans Braun in Augsburg. München, Bayrisches Nationalmuseum. i65 g-estellt wurden, blieb ihre Zeichnung wie Ausführung mehrlinear. Dieser Charakter erhält sich auch in dem überreichenarchitektonischen Beiwerk, das, trotz seiner Perspektiven, niemalsdem Glasmalerischen zuwiderläuft. Was Jörg Breu vor seinenNürnberger Kollegen (siehe die Turnierscheibe M. M. 162 desGermanischen Museums um 1510, zu der übrig
RM2AJ71R2–Journal of bacteriology . V K^- Fig. 31. Fig. 32 (Lawrence and Ford: Aerobic Spore-bearing Non-pathogenic Bacteria) JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY VOL. 1 PLATE 17
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RM2ANGE7B–Lateral curvature of the spine and round shoulders . FiG. 74.—Scoliosis Due to Asym-metry OF THE Pelvis, the RightSide Being Smaller. Fig. 75.—Left Lumbar ScoliosisFROM Inequality IN the Length ofLegs. sional experience to find that the spinal curve is increased byputting a block under the foot on the side shown to be short bymeasurement, and that the spinal curve is thus improved by mak-ing the long leg longer. (d) Unequal hearing causes a tilting or twisting of the head whichmay produce a temporary lateral curve in the cervical and upperdorsal regions. I04 ETIOLOGY (e) Unequal vision, necess
RM2AJG8R0–Medieval and modern times; an introduction to the history of western Europe form the dissolution of the Roman empire to the present time . Co,og»ie i» ^ . f ••? CC, u c#> -.>^T u^v- A?. ri g i ui] O R eh e*«».l ,^. *.s s), iff? Ir a V Snellen „a«P e,vt se)^ r TTSk 2^^/>-•>^-M^,.-•p»W—- ,r /I Vj!Fakfoi-tiV --• ••>s 1 I / y ^/ 48 , y^ r-P^latiliate/He^lelbeigJ ^ (To Bavaria) A ^ ^ !3Ietz >f • .. -W /^ ..-/ /•Heilbrom ) V S Worth. W» Karlsruhe,> -. % 4> [/^fiyPforzi.eim s*NancXtr,; , O JT ^ U ^tuttgar -* &trassbui a- ./7 .- ? ? ) > i vffl ? WUK^MBEl s ^//T I
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RM2AJJBP6–Medieval and modern times; an introduction to the history of western Europe form the dissolution of the Roman empire to the present time . Fig. 6y. Cathedral and BellTower at Florence The church was begun in 1296 and com-pleted in 1436. The great dome built bythe architect Brunelleschi has made hisname famous. It is 300 feet high. Thefa9ade is modern but after an old design.The bell tower, or campanile, was begunby the celebrated painter Giotto about1335 and completed about fifty years later.It is richly adorned with sculpture andcolored marbles and is considered thefinest structure of the kin
RM2AN01G2–The 16th decisive battle of the world -- Gettysburg . SoldiersJfational CemetewGetfysburjy. Published byWHSptoa, Division, Col. Orlando Smith, 55th 0., 73rd 0.,136th N. Y; 33rd Mass, On the left of the Eleventh Corps was theSecond and Third Divisions of the First Corps,extending the line through and south of Zieg-lers Grove on Cemetery Kidge; Second Divi-sion, Gen. Robinson, Second Brigade, Gen. Bax-ter, 11th Pa., 88th Pa., 9oth Pa., 97th 1ST. Y.,83rd N.Y., 12th Mass.; First Brigade, Col.Coulter, 107th Pa., 104th 1ST. Y., 94th N. Y.,13th Mass., 16th Me.; Third Division, GenRowley, First Brig
RM2AJ0R33–The Chowanoka . MARV THOMAS PAKKKK Kkh Squahk, X. C. A/(/ heart in true as steel. Behold our athlete! Never is she too busyto play tennis, or too tired for basket ball.In anything relating to athletics we shouldbe willing to put up Mary against anybody. VIRGINIA SHAW SEWELL MrRKKKE.SBORO, N. C. To see her is la tare her, iniit lore hut herforever. Jennies sweet voice and giiitle mannershave won for her the love of all her school-mates and the admiration of all with whomshe comes in contact. Just one look at thosesoft brown eyes will tell you that she is adreamer. Her dreaming, however, does no
RM2AXH6MY–Mining and Engineering World . F. Spellman, 202 Century Bldg., Denver, Colo.George W. Myers, Kohl Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.George T. Bond Easton, Pennsylvania (FORMERLY OF BROOKLYN , N.Y.V MINERS SUNSHINE BRIGHTEST ANDCLEANEST LIGHTA MINER CAN USE. Office of
RM2AN4X04–Arbutus . Thurman William an Metre Edward Eugene Walters Jesse Lynn Ward Marv Etta Ward Thurman Wjlliam Van Metre, Frankton. Economics. Economics Club. Second ice-President; Indiana Union; Winner of Cryan Prize, 1910. Edward Eugene Walters, Carlisle. Economics. Independent; Economics Club; Secretary of Publisliing Association, igog-io; Treas-urer of Board of Arbutus Managers. Jesse Lynn Ward, Alamo. Plistory. Emanon; History Club; Philosophy Club; Phi Delta Kappa: Oratorical .ssociation.1909-10; Aice-President of Junior Class; Varsity Track Team. 07, uS, 09. Mary Etta Ward, Indianapolis. En
RM2AKFMX0–Descriptive geometry . Fig. 196. F-trace of the line (Prob. 1, § 37). The actual trace, f, lies inVQ. The projection A is now determined, since two points,sv and f, are known. Similarly, the projection Ah may be found if Av is given.. Fig. 19 A second example is given in Fig. 197. The lettering andexplanation are the same as for Fig. 196. Special Case I. Suppose that the given projection is par-allel (a) to the corresponding trace of the plane; or (b) to theground line. In either event the line should be recognized asone of the principal lines of the plane (§ 99), parallel to H orV as the case
RM2AKK020–Annual catalogue : machinery, fertilizers, seeds, etc1917 . ur inches apart, giving a seeding width of 80inches or 6 feet and 8 inches. These discs are provided witha closed seed boot, protected by a suitable open shield whichprecludes the possibility of the seed being interfered with bywind or trash, and conducts it to the bottom of the wellmade firm-bottomed seed bed, where germination takes placein the shortest possible time. Bickford & Huffman, or FarmersFavorite Grain Drill Too well known to need much comment. Ask for special catalogue. Both the grain and fertilizer are positive force fee
RM2AJ6144–The effect of the size of grog in fire-clay bodies. . curves of greatest strength and density.The clay portion of the bodies is not included since it is a constant.In series 4 the curves for bodies having greatest strength lieentirely between the full-line curves; that is, they follow approxi-mately the course of the parabola. In series 5 it is seen that allthe curves lie above Fullers parabola and that strength decreasesas the parabola is approached. For bodies which contain all thesizes, the maximum-strength curve is approximately that desig-nated maximum. With substitution of the proper val
RM2AN1HFC–The home medical adviser, a popular work on the treatment of disease . na finger, unless the break is near a joint, when it may be mistaken for a dislocation. Pain, abnormal mo-tion, and grating between the fragmentsare observed. Treatment.—If there is deformity, itmay be corrected by pulling on the in-jured finger with one hand, while withthe other the fragments are pressed intoline. A narrow, padded wooden (halfthe thickness of a cigar box cover) or tinsplint is applied, as in Fig. 20, reachingfrom the middle of the palm to the fingertip. Anv existing displacement of the Fig. 20.—Fractuee of
RM2AXGCKA–Lilly's complete annual catalog : seeds fertilizers stock foods bee supplies spray materiels poultry supplies . Bingham Bee Smoker The best smoker on the market. It includes allnew improvements; direct draft, bent cap, wirehandles, inverted bellows and soot burning device.Furnished in four sizes. CorneilSmoker Another good smoker.It is strong, well madeand modern. Furnishedtwo sizes. DanzenbakerSmoker A combination coldand hot blast smoker,popular with many bee-keepers. ClarkSmoker A very popular low-priced cold blast smoker;the best for the price. PRICE LIST OF BEE SMOKERS.
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RM2AKBG96–Les Oblats de Marie Immaculée durant le premier siècle de leur existence . on diocèseet de toute lEspagne par les libéraux révolutionnaires, qui sétaientemparés du pouvoir dans ce malheureux pays. Invitées à cette cérémonie, les autorités civiles et militaires accep-tèrent avec empressement. Léglise de Saint-Gannat, choisie, commel une des j)lus vastes de Marseille, se trouva trop petite pour contenirla foule. Get événement heureux était pour le vénéré Fondateur, à la fois,une grande consolation et une espérance. Agé alors de soixante ans,il souhaitait pour sa Gongrégation, quand il ne serait
RM2AG1J8C–. Canadian Machinery. inationof all guess work. The Patented Automatic Internal Cold EndCompensator is an exclusive feature withBristols Pyrometers. It makes of everypyrometer a direct-reading instrument—noallowance to be made for cold end errors. Get copy of Bulletin 1-291. THE BRISTOL COMPANY Waterbury, Conn. Canadian Dislribulors: A. H, WINTER JOYNER, Toronto and Montreal LA SALLE Has an AdvantageOver Other Grinders There is some out-stantiing feature of allLa Salle Grinding Ma-chines that lends itexceptional productiveability. The American DrillGrinder is especiallyadaptable for grindingtw
RM2ANGF25–Dreer's mid-summer list 1918 . te than that of the finest Fern, being lace-like in its filminess.A plant with half a dozen stalks is a mass of dainty, misty green,among which the stems of a few flowers can be thrust in such a man-ner as to make the combination far superior artistically, to most ex-pensive decorations prepared for the table by the professional florist.15 cts. and 25 cts. each; $1.50 and $2.50 per doz. Sprengeri (Emerald Feather). Excellent for hanging-baskets, forbracket use and for cutting. It is one of the best of all plants for thewindow-box when planted on the outside, wher