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The onset of World War I in affected and effected the chemical industry, especially the pigments portion. Until then Germany dominated the high-end of the industry, and with Germany engaged in a war, it used all its machinery and output to support its war effort. The U. As the conflict worsened the more effect it had on the United States. William J. For forty years I worked and studied nights to keep abreast of the times in chemistry. I could manufacture in Germany cheaper than here, but when the war broke out my imports were were cut off.

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The government appealed to me to come back into the chemical line, as I was the only man in the country that knew all that could be known at that time about aniline dyes and the chemistry connected therewith. Heretofore hindered by the German patents, the American government seized the patents and put them under the control of a licensing corporation — all is fair in love and war. In an effort to beat the competition before the war William J.

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Seeing the end of the German dominance, his talents were drawn upon one way or another by most of the larger chemical groups. Successes and opportunities abounded at every corner, and William J. He had the intuitive perception to grasp the situation and move expertly.

Reportedly, at the outbreak of the war he severed his German connections and founded the National Aniline and Chemical Company. This company was later consolidated with other companies to become Allied Chemical and Dye Company. One of many of his accomplishments was his seat on the Directorate of the General Chemical Company which was the key for America to quickly enter into the manufacture of the pigments to support its involvement in the war.

The General Chemical Company was a complicated enterprise of other chemical companies that made most of the base products — the same companies that Germany had successfully prevented from competing with its products. His chemical background, patent law knowledge, industrial leadership and outstanding business acumen made him a winner everywhere he turned. Barron on page William J. When the war ended I was producing forty to fifty tons of mustard gas a day beside tear gas and other gases. Andrews University programmed an honorary LL. Hine and Charles C. Hine deceased.

There is considerable support that he purchased Lignum Vitae Key for some sort of an experimental project with David Fairchild. The Executors of the Estate of Hugh M. He appeared to abandon limes almost completely, but Hugh would carry the flag for the lime industry for another two decades or so. It was larger, packed better, greener in color, and shipped better, but to the purist it could not match the taste. Key Biscayne was originally owned for 75 cents an acre and planted in coconuts s by Ezra Osborne and Elnathan Field.

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The sable divinity would not herself dwell with us always; but we could counterfeit her presence. At the first dawn of the morning we closed all the massy shutters of our old building; lighted a couple of tapers which, strongly perfumed, threw out only the ghastliest and feeblest of rays. By the aid of these we then busied our souls in dreams—reading, writing, or conversing, until warned by the clock of the advent of the true Darkness.

Then we sallied forth into the streets, arm in arm, continuing the topics of the day, or roaming far and wide until a late hour, seeking, amid the wild lights and shadows of the populous city, that infinity of mental excitement which quiet observation can afford. What song the Syrens sang, or what name Achilles assumed when he bid himself among women, although puzzling questions, are not beyond all conjecture. The mental features discoursed of as the analytical, are, in themselves, but little susceptible of analysis.

We appreciate them only in their effects. We know of them, among other things, that they are always to their possessor, when inordinately possessed, a source of the liveliest enjoyment. As the strong man exults in his physical ability, delighting in such exercises as call his muscles into action, so glories the analyst in that moral activity which disentangles. He derives pleasure from even the most trivial occupations bringing his talent into play. He is fond of enigmas, of conundrums, hieroglyphics; exhibiting in his solutions of each a degree of acumen which appears to the ordinary apprehension praeternatural.

His results, brought about by the very soul and essence of method, have, in truth, the whole air of intuition. The faculty of re-solution is possibly much invigorated by mathematical study, and especially by that highest branch of it which, unjustly, and merely on account of its retrograde operations, has been called, as if par excellence, analysis. Yet to calculate is not in itself to analyze.

A chess-player, for example, does the one, without effort at the other. It follows that the game of chess, in its effects upon mental character, is greatly misunderstood. I am not now writing a treatise, but simply prefacing a some-what peculiar narrative by observations very much at random; I will, therefore, take occasion to assert that the higher powers of the reflective intellect are more decidedly and more usefully tasked by the unostentatious game of draughts than by all the elaborate frivolity of chess.

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In this latter, where the pieces have different and bizarre motions, with various and variable values, what is only complex, is mistaken a not unusual error for what is profound. The attention is here called powerfully into play.


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If it flag for an instant, an oversight is committed, resulting in injury or defeat. The possible moves being not only manifold, but involute, the chances of such oversights are multiplied; and in nine cases out of ten, it is the more concentrative rather than the more acute player who conquers.

In draughts, on the contrary, where the moves are unique and have but little variation, the probabilities of inadvertence are diminished, and the mere attention being left comparatively unemployed, what advantages are obtained by either party are obtained by superior acumen.

To be less abstract, let us suppose a game of draughts where the pieces are reduced to four kings, and where, of course, no oversight is to be expected. It is obvious that here the victory can be decided the players being at all equal only by some recherche movement, the result of some strong exertion of the intellect.

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Deprived of ordinary resources, the analyst throws himself into the spirit of his opponent, identifies himself therewith, and not unfrequently sees thus, at a glance, the sole methods sometimes indeed absurdly simple ones by which he may seduce into error or hurry into miscalculation.

Whist has long been known for its influence upon what is termed the calculating power; and men of the highest order of intellect have been known to take an apparently unaccountable delight in it, while eschewing chess as frivolous. Beyond doubt there is nothing of a similar nature so greatly tasking the faculty of analysis. The best chess-player in Christendom may be little more than the best player of chess; but proficiency in whist implies a capacity for success in all these more important undertakings where mind struggles with mind.

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When I say proficiency, I mean that perfection in the game which includes a comprehension of all the sources whence legitimate advantage may be derived. These are not only manifold, but multiform, and lie frequently among recesses of thought altogether inaccessible to the ordinary understanding.


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To observe attentively is to remember distinctly; and, so far, the concentrative chess-player will do very well at whist; while the rules of Hoyle themselves based upon the mere mechanism of the game are sufficiently and generally comprehensible. But it is in matters beyond the limits of mere rule that the skill of the analyst is evinced.

He makes, in silence, a host of observations and inferences.

So, perhaps, do his companions; and the difference in the extent of the information obtained, lies not so much in the validity of the inference as in the quality of the observation. The necessary knowledge is that of what to observe. Our player confines himself not at all; nor, because the game is the object, does he reject deductions from things external to the game.