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Backache Is aWarning
kidney Ill3 Unawares
not knowing that
the backache, head
achcs.and dull, nerv
ous, dtzzy all tired
condition are often
duo to kidney weak
Anybody who suf
fers constantly from
backache should sus
pect the kidneys.
of the secretions may
givo just the needed
Pills have been cur
ing backncho and
sick kidneys for over
A North Dakota Cue
Mrs. O. J. Trier, Cando, K. 1) , sarst "Mr feet
and limbs ncre swollen and 1 rouldn t sleep on
account of kidney weakness. Mr back was larre
and sore and I telt miserable. Doan's Kidney
rills cared ma and when I bare had occasion to
no tnem since, they haro norcr failed me."
Get Doan's at Any Store, 50c a Box
rOSTER-MlLBURNCO., Buffalo. New York
WAS NO PUCE FOR LUCINDY
Mammy Would Not Allow Daughter
to Stay Where Cooking Was Done
Without Human Agency.
Mammy Lou was visiting Luclndy,
Tho latter lifted a boiling pot off the
stove, not it in tho tireless cooker, cov
ered it closely and pushed it under
"What's yuh agoln' f do wld dat
"I'se a-gaoln' to cook dem beans In
de flreloss cooker."
Mammy roso, a scared, hunted look
on ber wrinkled face . "Docs yuh
mean t' tell mo yuh a-goln' t' bile
dem beans without flan?"
Luclndy nodded. Mammy backed
to tho door and looked at tho girl
as at an apparition, then with defi
ance mingled with fear commanded:
"Put on your bonnet! You sure is
hoodooed! You ain't goin' t1 live in
no house whero tho dovll does de
Inscriptions in complimentary copies
of learned works do not always serve
tho graceful purpose to which ono
was dedicated by tho celebrated Pro
fessor Wilson of Edinburgh
When the filter for tho hand of
Professor Wilson's daughter bad
gained tho young woman's approba
tion, sho, of course, referred him to
her father. Having stated his caso,
the young gentleman was asked to
bid tho young lady to come to her
father. Her obdlmicn was prompt
Professor Wilson had before him
for review a ponderous volume, on
tho fly-leaf of which was duly in
scribed, "With tho author's compli
ments." Ho tore this fly-leaf out, pinned It
to his daughter's dress, solemnly led
her to the anxious lover and wont
back to hla work. Youth's Compan
ion. Surprise for Mother.
A Chicago school teacher tells with
great gusto of tho shrewd little "col
ored brother" who once arrived at
school provided with a most unusual
excuse for tardiness. "I couldn't help
bein" late, please, teacher," ho bubbled,
shrilly. "Somopln happened to us las'
night. My maw, sho went ter bod wit'
a headache, and when she wakes up
dls mornln', dero's two little quins
(twins) ono on each sido ob her, and
sho won' know nuffin 'bout 'am toll
sho wakes up. An' my maw, she so
s'prlsed, she caln't get up ter get me
ready for school!"
Fuller's earth, so named from Its
earliest use In fulling wool, is a
rathor rare, soft, triable rock whoso
value dopends altogether on its tex
ture" and Its Altering and absorbent
properties. It has no deflnlto compo
sition, mlneraloglcally, its physical
properties rathor than a chemical an
alysis determining Its commercial
value. Fuller's earth was first pro
duced in the United States In the
early 'nineties. j
Sometimes They Are Stolen.
"After all, you ought to buy
"Buy one, child? That would be
difficult, nut I might try to get one."
Meggendorfer Walter (Munich.)
"Aro you fond of a Joke?"
"Is this a proposal?"
It Paid This Man to Change Food.
"What is called 'good living' eventu
ally brought me to a condition qulto
tho reverse of good health,' writes a
N. Y. merchant.
"Improper eating told on mo till my
stomach becamo so weak that food
nauseated mo, even tho lightest and
simplest lunch, and I was much de
pressed after a night of uneasy slum
ber, unfitting mo for business.
"This condition was discouraging,
as I could find no way to Improvo it.
Then I saw tho advertisement of
Grape-Nuts food, and decided to try
it, and became delighted with tho re
sult. "For the past throo years I have
used Grape-Nuts and nothing elso for
my breakfast nnd for lunch beforo re
tiring. It Bpoedily set my stomach right
and I congratulate myself that I havo
regained my health. There is no great
er comfort for a tired man than a
lunch of Grape-Nuts. It Insures restful
sleep, and an awakening In tho morn
ing with a feeling of buoyant courage
"Grape-Nuts has been a boon to my
wholo family. It has made of our 2-year-old
boy, who used to bo unablo
to digest much of anything, n robust,
healthy, little rascal weighing 32
pounds. Mankind certninly owes a
debt of gratitudo to tho export who
Invented this perfect food." Name
given by Postum Co., Dattlo Creek,
Mich. "There's a reason." w
Kter rem! Hit- nbote letter? X sen
ne apnrnra from time to lime. They
re icenulue. tra, and (all at fcaaaaa
TO STOP SLAUGHTER
Audubon Societies Want Tariff
Wall to Bar Out Aigrettes.
National Association Demands Action
on Part of Ways and Means Com
mitteeSeek to End Destruc
tion of Beautiful Herons.
Ne York. Hacked by farmers,
sportsmen and womon's clubs in
every section of tho country, oWcora
of tho National Association of Audu
bon Societies havo demanded of tho
ways and ineuns committee of con
gresB an opportunity to urgo n prohlb.
itlvo tariff on aigrotto feathers at tho
hearing on schedulo N, which will bo
hold boforo tho encLpf this month.
Opposing tho moneyed interests of
tho millinery wholesalers, whoso in
roads on tho valuable bird life of Now
York, Louisiana, Missouri, Now Jersey,
Oregon nnd California havo already
forced these states to pass laws ma
king contraband tho 6alcs ot thoso
plumes, tho national Audubon delega
tion will ask that they bo excluded
from the whole country in tho Interest
of overyono dependent upon Its agri
The Federation of Womon's Clubs
and organizations of grangers In al
most every state, as well as tho Camp-
fire club, tho Now York Zoological so
ciety, the Long Island Sportsmen'a aB
pociation. tho American Game Protec
tive association nnd other bodies of
sportsmen, havo pledged their support
to thla movement.
Data, compiled from scientific 6bsor
vatlon of a flock of tho few herons
that still survive tho wholesalo butch,
ory of professional plume hunters In an
Audubon breeding rookery In Florida,
are being prepared to demonstrate to
congress that theso rare birds aro a
considerable factor In the destruction
of field mice, gophers, grasshoppers
and other agricultural pests.
While In some Instances thoy havo
been found to devour an "occasional
trout, their regular diet Is proved to
consist principally of minnows, suck
ers and other useless flBh, as well as
water snakes, that aro known to de
stroy great quantities of trout eggs
and valuable young flsh. Other proof
of the natural need of farmers and
fishermen for tho beautiful birds that
the milliners havo almost driven to
extinction will bo presented by repre
sentatives of these Interests.
Following the recent introduction
b Senator Root of a resolution em
powering the president of tho United
States to call an International con
gress on bird protection, representa
tives of tho world powers actively en
gaged in saving the raro species that
la being massacred for their aigrette
plumes aro now expressing to tho Au
dubon organization their support of
While the whole globe Is at present
ROMAN BONES FOUND
Graveyard of Twentieth Legion
Exhumed at Chester, Eng.
Bronzo Coins of the Emperors An-
tonlus, Plur and Commodus
Are Found With the
London. Tho extension of the In
firmary at Chester has led to the dis
covery of tho graveyard used by the
twentieth legion of the Romans during
their occupation of that city.
Tho Chester infirmary occupies a
site which Is" locally referred to aB
tho "plague field." Tho slto seems to
have acquired Its unsavory name from
the fact that casual discoveries of hu
man remains had led to the supposi
tion that they were the victims of
tho great plague.
Tho recent unearthing of remains in
larger numbers on the Bite of tho ex
tension of the Infirmary led to an In
vestigation by Prof. Itobert Newstead,
who now reports that the evidence
proves conclusively that tho Infirmary
field was not u&ud us a burying ground
during the outbreak of tho plague, and
thnt all tho burlalB which havo been
bo far unearthed belong to tho Ho
Four distinct types of graves havo
been uncovered. One Is a tomb formed
of local Biindstono, evidently repre
senting a burial of somo Importance,
as the walls of the tomb aro covered
in plaster, and tho dome of tho struc
ture originally stood out In marked
coutrabt to tho surrounding surface of
itho land, forming a dUtinct tumulus.
Some of the graves were formed by
placing Roman roofing tilos bearing
tho stamp of tho twentieth legion upon
tho floor and also at tho aides, th
legionary Btamps always facing in
ward. Anothor typo of burial was formed
by placing rough hown sandstone so
that a V-shapod trough was formed
for the reception of tho body, A
fourth typo of grave consists of a sim
ple trench, dug In tho solid clay at a
depth of not more than two feet from
tho original land surface
Tho Roman origin of tho groves is
borne out by the fact that bronze
coins of the Emperors Antonlus, Pius
and Commodus havo been found In
thom. Such coins were placod usual
ly in tho mouth of tho doceased, and
are generally referred to as "Charon's
paBBago fare," to expedite the passage
of tho soul across tho Styx, as It was
believed that the person who had not
rooeivod tho usual rites of burial and
BIG SUM FOR
N. Willys Buys "The Praying
Pilgrim" for $250,000 In
Chicago. Rembrandt's painting,
"The Praying Pilgrim." regarded as
ono of tho most valuablo examples ot
his art, has been sold by a Chicago
art dealer, to John N. Willys of To
lodo, O., for $250,000. The picture has
been taken to Toledo by Mr, Rein
hardt and will bo delivered to Mr.
FIRST MONUMENT TO
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This beautiful monument to the men who wore tho blue and tho men
who wore the gray is to bo erected In Fltzgornld, Ga. It was designed by 13
M. Viquesnoy of Amerlcus, Ga.. and tho sculptor Is Frank C. Hlbbard of
Chicago Within tho monument will bo statues of Abraham Lincoln and Jef
ferson Davis and among the bronzo statues on the outstdo will be Grant and
Leo shaking handB. Tho monument will cost about $150,00.0
scoufed for those trophies, tnken from
butchered mother birds for mnrkot
here, a tariff ban would do inuoli to
ward saving tho beautiful heron from
world-wide destruction, It Is assorted.
"With tho peoplo of the United
Stntcs of almost ovory class united to
bar from our country tho aigrettes of
tho unfortunate heron, wo expect to
meet the big millinery Interests in
sole opposition beforo tho congres
sional committee," said T. Gilbert
Pearson, secretary of tho National As-
In whose mouth no fee for tho ferry
man of the Stygian lake had been
placed, would wander hopelessly on
Its banks, while a decent Interment
and a small coin would obviate any
disagreeable Inquiries that Charon
might el3o be Inclined to make.
"THIEF," IN HOUSE, SNORES
St. Paul Doctor Captures an Intruder
Who Goes to Sleep In Wrong
St, Paul, Minn. Snatching a re
volver from beneath Lis pillow, Dr. E.
Ernst Munns crept stealthily down
the stairs at his home determined to
battle in the darkness with a burglar.
A short silence was followed by a
"I've got him, dear! Call tho po
lice!" shouted Munns to his wife.
The police found Munns holding
his victim with a half-nelson.
The "burglnr" snored aloud and
when awakened and nrrested on a
charge of Intoxication, he explained
that ho had wandered Into tho wrong
VINTAGE OF 1912 ABUNDANT
Year Just Ended to Rank High In Red
Letter Annals of the Trade in
France nd Algeria.
Paris. The vintage of 1912 In
Franco nnd Algeria, according to re
ports Just Issued, Is much suporlor to
that of 1911, both in quantity nnd qual
ity. The wlno of 1911 was very In
ferior, duo to the lack of warmth dur
ing tho lato oummor and autumn. At
tho beginning of the present season
wine growers predicted an excellent
crop ot grapes, and their predictions
soem to have been well founded.
The vintage of 1912 amounted to
69,839,085 hectoliters. Algeria pro
duced 6,671,181 hectoliters. Adding
the stock left over from 1911 in both
Franco and Algeria, a total of 67,670,
644 hectoliters is reached, Tho 1911
vintage was only 65,162,730 hectoliters.
In tho 89 departments of Franco
thoro are only nine in which thero are
no vineyards. Thoy are tho Calvados,
Cotos du Nord, Flnlstore, Mancho,
Nord, Orne, Pas do Cnlals, Seine In
ference and the Somna. Several oth
ors, it is true, had but small crops
Tho department which leads all tho
others 1b tho Horault in the Midi, pro
ducing 14,064,907 hectoliters. Tho
Audo, a neighboring dopartmout.
I Wlllv8. wuo will lond it for six months
to mo moiouo Museum or Art.
Tho picture waB obtained by tho
Chicago dealer from the private gal
lery of Maurice Kahn in Paris, where
it hung for many years. There were
four Rembrandts In tho Knhn collec
tion, and upon the death of their own
er two years ago collectors from all
over tho world visited Paris to bid
for the famous paintings America
was successful in obtaining three.
"Tho Praying Pilgrim" was palntod
In 1661 and Is two and a half feet
GLUE AND GRAY
soclation of Audubon Societies, at Its
headnunrtors, 1974 Broadway.
"Tho slaughter of these useful nnd
beautiful birds Is a commercial matter
only to tho men who soil their scalps
In thoso stateB whore this shameful
traffic Is not already forblddou by law.
Congress should cortalnly recognize
the ppntlmnnt and interests of tho
whole people, who Rk It to end this
Importation as v. matter of humanity
as well aB econotnlo and agricultural
STORE PLAN DRAWS THREAT
Housewives Arranging to Start a Pro
duce Establishment In Order to
Torce a Lowering of Prices.
Kansas City, Mo. Anonymous
threats directed at the proprietors of
a music store whero tho Housewives'
league of Kansas City has maintained
headquarters have caused worry to
tho officers of the league that resulted '
In a decision to suspend operations
until a new location Is secured. The
Housewives' league Is trying to raise
a fund of $2,000. with which to open
a co-operative produce storo.
That so pronounced nn attack on tho
league would be made was not antici
pated by tho directors.
11 O JAJVl,lUU DUUIU ,l IkllfJOilJa DUIU I
Mrs. Wlllard Q. Church, president of.
the league, "but we did not think It
would take so determined a form.
"We have repeatedly said that the
league was not organized to attack
tho grocers or any set of merchants.
Wo wish to be fair and Just, and our
only reason in establishing a store la
to show that tho present method of
handling produco Is unnecessarily ex
pensive and cumbersomo.
"Our plans will go right ahead as
soon as we get a now location."
comoB next, with 5,265,502 hectoliters
ThuB 1912 liko 1904 or 1900, Is liko
ly to become one of tho red-letter
years for wine.
UNCLE SAM OPPOSES TIPS
Will Not Pay Bill of $80.45 Spent by
Officer on Visit to
New York. Capt Mntthew E. Han.
na, U. S. A., who recently resigned
from tho army to enter business in
this city, has discovered that tho gov
ernment does not bollevo In tips. Cap.
tain Hanna, as a member of tho gon
eral Btaff, witnessed tho Germnn army
maneuvers as guest of the emperor in
1911, and on his visit spent $80.45 In
tips to waiters and hotel servants
It was Bald that the total bill ol
$319 which ho turned in was only hall
of what It cost him to maintain his
part of tho dignity ot tho Unltod
States representative during his visit
nnd In this ho had included tho tip
After considerable correspondence
tho treasury department has finally
ruled that Captain Hanna must stand
tho tipping expenso himself.
wide and throe foot high. It doplcti
a pilgrim knoollng bareheaded with
clasped hands nnd uprnlBed features,
lighted by a deep spiritual vision'
Tho hat of the pilgrim lies on a rude!
table at his Ride and his Btaff la dim
ly dlscornlblo In tho background. A
deep golden brown color predominates.
Burled With Dog.
London. The will of tho former
High Sheriff Dearden, of Northamp
ton, requested that his body be burlod
with that of Pompcy, his dog.
ma ri 'rvicii vAa"tu ttrwyt-'"
t iw vsam 1 vshvj ! ' mu va ."
Mr. William A. Hartford will answer
questions and Rive auvlce- FREE OF
COST on nil subjects pertaining- to the
subject ot bulldlnjr, tor the reader of this
paper. On account of Ills wldo experience
ns Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he
la trlltmlt rtnuht h hit-heat Mllthnrltr
1 on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries
to William A. Radford, No. 178 West
Jackson boulevard, Chlcazo, III., and only
enclose two-cent stamp tor reply.
There are now Ideas In porches.
North ot Chicago In ono ot the resi
dence towns along tho lako shore the
art of building porches, verandas, etc.,
has reached a scientific development
In advance ot most places. When a
Chicago man makes moro monoy than
he needs for his dally bread and rai
ment he Invests tho surpluB In a pret
ty villa In a north shore BUburb. Each
houso has a porch or a loggia, or a
veranda, or a colonade, or a portico
chaise, or a combination of Bovural ot
these ornamental, architectural at
tachments. In a recent visit among theso sub
urbs 1 learnod something In the build
ing ot tho outside of housos. I found,
for Instance. Boveral loggia porches.
I mean by this term nn entrance to
tho houso built along tho side of what
what would otherwise bo n loggia.
Tho same foundation answers tor both
but thoro Is a low parapot wall built
up about two feet nbovo tho cemont
floor reaching from the pier In front
to a pilaster built Into tho front wall
of tho house. This wall aoparates tho
front door entrance from whnt would
othorwlso havo boen a genulno loggia,
A porch proper Is a Bhelter built
over an outside door, an entrance door
to a house or other building. A log
gia Is an outside room partially en
closed with a low wall s or balustrndo
and Is protected with a roof. A log
gia has an ontrnnce to tho houso cith
er through a door or window, but
there la no outsldo entrance to the
Well those north shoro fellows on
Joyed their nfter dlnnor Havunas in
thoso frosh air parlors until tho mos
quitoes becamo too intimate, thou it
used to bo neceBsary to retire to tholr
inner sanctums, or loso all peaco of
mind. But thoy studied tho screen
problem and soma of thom must havo
boen inventors of u high ordor because
mosquito discouragers havo grown in
variety each year until you can find
something Interesting in screen work
in connection with almost ovory now
Cemont 1b growing in popularity as
a building material in that section. It
looks well, 1b lasting and it Is easily
worked Into nny artistic design that
these aesthetic fellows want Rut
they soon found that tight fitting porch
soreens and fancy curved beams and
odd piers or columns were not com
patible, bo thoy commeucod making
the Hues Btralght and plumb and to de
pond on bIzo and proportions to illus
trate a choson design deemed by thorn
most sultablo for tho location My bu
llet Is that u plain, straight, square
houso with a porch design to match
lookB bolter than any possible fanoy
creation; and tho screons may be fit
ted euBlly unci accurately
Tho latest wrlnklo is to embed a
grooved screen guido in tho soft ce
ment whon tho columuB aro being
built Those frames contulu two
grooves which aro fitted with remova
ble stops similar to a window framo.
'Tho screen frnmo is mado very much
liko a window sash and Is fitted in tho
same way between the stops, but there
is only ono pair of stops and no Jamb.
Somo of thoso out-door rooms have
glazed sash to take tho placo of the
Bcroono whon tho cold woather comes
In the fnll Ono man has a hot water
radiator In his loggia so ho can use
It all winter and ho keeps houso plants
thero. Ho has a good collar wall un
der It so there is no dangor of freezing
Writing about fly screonB reminds
me that thoro are different kinds and
prices. It Is woli to remombor this
vhen ordering and also romembor that
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it pays to get tho bout. It is no more
work or expense to mako nnd fit
screens having Quo enough mesh to
keep tho iiiBocta whuro you want
them. Then you can divide tho house
and give them tho outside
In building the little bungalow bexo
Illustrated a good deal can bo made ot
tho bungalow porch by screening It off
in the manuor described. A great
many of theso four room bungalows
are being built as suburban residences
and also aB summer cottages. Peoplo
nro paying more attention to tho qual
ity of such building because thoy aro
usod for a longer time. Years nco U
was customary to put up a shack In
the wlldorncBs nnd live In it for throo
or four weeks In tho mlddlo ot sum
mer. But now Instead peoplo build
Bmall, compact llttlo Iioubob within
oasy reach of a railway station. Tho
families occupy them for six or olght
months and tho man of business goes
to tho city in tho morning and back at
night If the house la built right
it should bo tho family dread to leave
it when winter comes and some of
thom llva tho year round nt places not
especially ncesslblo whon tho snow is
on tho ground ,
Tho size of this little houso Is 25
feet In width by 38 feet In length. Tho
shape ot tho root is Buch that two or
throo bedrooma could be finished oft
in Urn uttld rb required. There Is not
much to bo said In regard to tho plan,
except that tho houso is Bolld, nrat
and compact nnd satisfactory for a
small family as it now 1b. Tho de
sign Is calculated to bo oxpcnslvo if
in after years a person should want
to uso tho upstairs. Of course such
' houses should bo built with good cel
lars, A cellar costs but llttlo money
whon building, and it Is hotter to mako
a foundation in this way, even for n
house that is iuteuded only for sum
Was Riding Wrong Grizzly.
Jim Brent, ex-Bhorlff of Lincoln
county, Now Mexico, told this story
to Emerson Hough:
Rack yonder In tho froo silver days
Dront had a friend who had raised n
grizzly from a cub and had tralnod
thu big bnite to saddle. Ho used to
ride tho bear on prospecting trips.
One day the prospector was riding
up an nrroyo whon ho ran plump into
a band of six full-grown and untamed
sllvor-tlp bears enormous fellows
and thoy nil showed fight.
Tho prospector dismounted from IiIb
tamo bear, unslung his trusty rlflo.
and aftor a terrific battlo six henra,
ono after another, bit tho dust Thon
ho mounted his own bear and proceed
ea on his way, but ho hadn't ridden
moro than a mtlo when ho noticed a
peculiarity In tho stride
"Suro'B you'ro hero, Hough," said
Brent, "ho had killed Ills own grizzly
and was riding ono ot tho wild ones
"I used to think I possessed tho ar
tistic temperament tho snored fire;
but I was mistaken. I'm just ono
among the millions of common peo
ple." "You havo no right to say that!
You havo dono somo splendid tlilugs
things that you could not posBlbly
havo dono if you had merely been one
among tho mllllonn of common pco
"No, you'ro mistaken, I'm Just an
ordinary, everyday mau. Why, my
wife has lived with mo for eleven
years without onen thinking of getting
a divorce." Judge's Library.
"And you uro going to give up smok
"And you will resign from all your
"Think, dearest, If there Is anything
else you can give up,"
"Well, for ono thing, I give up all
Idea of marrying you." Solell.
Walkers, All Right.
Church I ace Durango, Mexico, has
a population of not more than 30,000
peoplo, yet It uses up 120,000 pairs
of shoefl a year.
Gotham Are the Inhabitants all
nctors, or do thoy havo a perpetual
car strlko down there?
Easy for Him.
"It 1b unfortunate," snid tho poet,
"that there's no rhyme for silver."
"Thero ain't?" ropliod tho popular
song wrltor. "Whnt'B tho mnttor with
bulldor and Hilda and pilfer? Geo,
you ought to tako a few lessons in this
How He Got By,
"To what do you atrlbuto your
splendid auccebB?" asked tho roportor.
"Well," ropliod tho statesman,
"principally to my ability to keop
my mouth shut when conversation
would bo dangerous."
AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF'MONEY
SPENT BY WESTERN CANAUI.
AN3 IN WINTER SEASON.
"An unusually largo number ot
Western Canada peoplo are leaving
or preparing to leava to spend tho
Winter In. Collfornln "
Tho nbovo Item ot nows was clip
ped from a Western Canada paper
early in December. In tho namo paper
wero items of news conveying tho in
telligence that hundreds of Wostorn
Cnnndlans woro also taking a trly
abroad, spending tho Christmas sea
son "nt homo," as they yet term tho
old land. Tho Scandinavian element
participated largely in tho holiday
business ot tho railroads and'tne
stenmshtps, but thoy all had return
tickets. Early In Decomber tho east
bound trains and boats woro loaded,
and an cstlmnte furnished by tho 'rail
road peoplo gave upwards ot twelve
thousand as tho number'' who would
mako tho Christinas holiday visit
abroad. This docs not mean that those
peoplo aro leaving to avoid tho cold
ness of tho winter, nor for any ell
ruatla conditions whatever. They
havo como out to Canada and have
dono so well that thoy can afford the
hundred nnd fifty or two hundred dol
lnrs or moro that It takeB to carry
thom across and back. When they
enmo to Canada thoy did not have
that much monoy all told, but now
thoy aro wealthy and on their return
will bring Homo of their friends with
Then thoro nro those, too, who on
tholr wheat farmB havo mado suffi
cient money that they can afford to
tnko a holiday, and what bettor -winter
holidaying ground could thoy havo
than California? How many In other
farming districts of tho continent
could afford tho money nnd tho time
that theso peoplo can? Advertise
ment What She Meant.
"So you think I smoko too much?"
ho asked, Just to keep up a conversa
tion that scorned to bo languishing.
"Not at all," she answered not very
skillfully concealing a yawn.
"You said you thought so."
"Pardon mo. I don't think you are
smoking too much."
"Didn't you Boy that I'd dlo It I
didn't cut it down?"
"Yes that's what I said."
it took him a long timo to get It,
and then ho was qulto angry.
t A tiulablu lioufiekodPeY of tho past
, generation, boforo tho dayB of screens,
had Just announced with decision that
she never had any flics.
"Rut, Aunt Augusta," faltered the
I timid visitor, "it Booms to mo that I
t saw a few in the dining room,"
"Oh, those," replied her aunt, with
a majestic wavo of the hand, "were the
neighbors' flies. They will como in
occasionally. Rut I waB saying, we
novor havo nny of our own' Youth's
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"Pa, what la undying love?"
"That's tho kind tho gink has who
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shoes for tired, aclilne feet It tnkea tho stlns
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"Havo you got a cook yet?" ,
"No, but ono is coming today to
too if wo suit her."
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