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Prof. Cook's Class in apiculture, we are glad to learn, numbers 17. He wrote us thus about it recently:
I bave a class of 17 in apiculture. How is that? Many of them handle bees already like veterans (both gentlemen and ladies), with no hat or gloves, with hands full of bees. I shall make some good bee-keepers here.
A. J. Cook. We think the Professor is meeting with excellent success in getting such a large class interested in handling bees, and learning about their useful habits. It will pay young people to avail themselves of the opportunity now afforded at Claremont, Calif., to obtain apicultural knowledge. Prof. Cook knows the “how” and “why" about bees and several other things.
Rev. S. Roese, of Maiden Rock, Wis., Bro. Holtermann's wife and four writes us that he had a second attack of bright children (two boys and two girls) la grippe last winter, and besides a daugh- were all shown in the Canadian Bee Journal ter was also sick all the winter. Verily, for June. What a happy looking family it misfortunes come not singly. Bro. Roese is! And how proud of them “ye editor" has sent a short article on “ Renewing of the Canadian must be! Perhaps the folBrood-combs,” which will appear soon. lowing stanza, taken from the same num
ber, explains the secret of Bro. Holter
mann's apparent domestic felicity: The Practical Bee-Keeper, the new bee-paper in Canada, published by C. “Eternal is the peace that dwells A. Ouellette, was recently changed from a
Where Love's soft footsteps ever fall;
The heart and soul the story tellquarterly to a monthly. Bro. Allen Prin- Love is the ruler over all.” gle, who so successfully superintended the Ontario apiarian exhibit at the World's Fair, last year, is one of the Practical's reg- Frame-Spacers.—Mr. J. W. Tefft, alar correspondents, as shown by the May of New York, has sent us samples of the and Jone numbers. Bro. Pringle is a splen- frames which he uses, on which are prodid writer, on bees or any other subject, jections right at the four corners, which and we always read with much interest serve as self-spacers. They are made by what he has to say, even if we don't always leaving the ends of the end-bars and top and agree with his views on some matters out- bottom bars 34 inch wider, 4 inch from the side of apiculture.
ends, and thus when nailed together they ES6859