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know?" "Well, never mind her Bhe often
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WHITE PIMPLES ON HEAD
Ransom, 111. "Tho trouble started
p. our baby when ho was only about
fo weeks old. Started llko little
V'hlto pimples, looked like an old scab
it blood and matter. .His whole head
Jfvas covored for a few months, then it
went to his ear, Bhoulders, and hia
wholo body. It seemed to como out
thick and sticky on his head, whllo
on tho other parts of his body it was
tnoro liko .water coming out of tho
skin. Ho would scratch until the erup
tion would bo all covered with blood
nnd gradually spread. Tho least HtUo
stir or rub would cause the sores to
bleed, spread and itch. Never hai' a
full night's sleep, restless all night
"The sorea wero horrid to look at.
It lasted until ho was about two and a
half years old. Then we caw an ec
eoma advertisement in tho paper to
oso but it did no good. Thon
wo used Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura
Ointment Wo put tho Cutlcura Oint
ment on thick at bed tlmo and put a
light" hood on so he could not scratch
tho sores. Thenwo washed it clean
with Cutlcura Soap and warm water
twice a day, and ho was completely
cured." (Signed) Mrs. B. F. Sulzber
ger, Doc. 30, 1911.
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Son Pa, Is a diplomat a man who
knows how to hold his tonguo?
Father No, my boy. A diplomat is
a man who known how to hold his
Some men begin to economize afler
marriage by growing whiskors.
hard enough for
a healthy wom
an. Tho wife
who has a had
back, who is
woak or tired
all tho time,
finds her duties
n heavy burden.
norvous, d I s
ly women havo
traced t h o 1 r
'EveiyViclure Tells trouDies to sicic
ziory- uiunoyB uavo
found quick and thorough relief
through using Doan's Kidney Pills.
Tho painful, trying times of
woman's life aro much easier to
bear If tho kidneys aro well.
A California Case
lira. H Walsti. ITOTemb Are., Ban Francisco,
C& .says: "1 tm a such sharp, shooting pains
I h rough ruy kidneys. It seemed that a knife neret
blni til nut Into me. Mr back was so Utne 1
mula hardly stoop DoanVrtirtneylMllscaredinn
a ftef doctors f ailed. 1 bare had no trouble tinea."
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rOSTER-MlLBURNCO.. Buffalo, Now York
rte" . it"'
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and l.as Sizes.
Hero aro four of the leaders in tho National Women's Democratic Lenguo which met tho other day In Wash
Ington. From loft to right they are: Mrs. Duncan U, Fletcher, wire of tho senator from Florida: Dr. Julia
Holmes Smith of Chicago; Mrs John Shorwlu Crosby, re tiling president of tho lcaguo, and Mn. Jeuuto L. Mun
roo of Washington.
PRAISE FOR LONDON
Ex-CongrQssman Asserts English
Systems Superior to Others.
A. M. Todd of Michigan Discusses
Public Services Havo Wonder-
Jul Method of Bookkeeping
London. Former CongroBSlhan A.
AI. Todd of Michigan, who early last
spring came to Europe to make an
exhaustivo study of tho system in
vogue among tho public services, with
special reference to municipal owner
ship, lias como 'o tho conclusion that
tho best managed public service sys
tems in tho world are thoso of Great
"In Franco nnd Germany," said Mr.
Todd, according to a London corre
spondent, "I found much to admire,
and perhaps even moro to condemn.
So far as moro mechanical methods
aro concerned both countries show
many Important and valuablo im
provements, but in nearly every caso
their organization and management
aro loose and .acking in system,
,whlch of courso means a certain in
crease in the cost of operation and
a corresponding decrease in profits
Politics and tho necessity for pro
viding places for party supporters
may havo something to do with this,
as in mj own country.
"On the other hand, I have so far
been able to find only one liolnl to
criticise in the equipment and oper
ation of tho various municipally
owned public services of Groat Biit
ain, and .that is tho construction of
the doublo decked trUmcars controlled
by tho London county council. Thoy
are not broad enough or heavy enough
at tho base for their height, and the
danger of capsizing scorns to me to
bo too great It seems surprising that
bo few accidents happen, considering
the tremendous congestion of traffic
in moot of your streets. Perhaps this
danger is discounted by tho superb,
way in which tho cars aro handled.""
Mr. Todd was particularly struck'
with the running of tho various pub
lic departments in Glasgow. "Politics
Is eliminated there, and tho nolo aim
of tho authorities seems to be to give
the public the best posslblo service
at tho least posslblo cost. Birming
ham and Manchester are much the
aame in many respects, with only mi
nor Mfforences duo to a changed en
vironment "Ono striking phase of these public
service systems of England and Scot
land, which I found well worth study
ing in detail, is the wonderful system
of bookkeeping and auditing of ac
counts. I don't think I ever saw a
moro perfect method of classifying ac
counts on bo largo a scalo, where
even tho smallest item may bo traced
at n moment's notice, while n balance
shoot can bo furnished practically on
demand. In the published report of
my investigations, which will be sub
mitted to tho governing bodies of nil
tho principal cities in the United
States, I shall recommend the adop
tion of this comprehensive system of
bookkeeping in overy public depart
ment This will not bo for some
months yet, an tho volume of informa
tion I have collected is very large,
and it will probably take mo all win
ter to preparo my report
"At tho same time I shall sfart an
effective campaign in my own state
for tho municipalization of all public
services along tho samo lines that I
have found In operation here, for I
bollevo no bettor system of really effi
cient service could bo dovlsed In tho
present stage of our civilization."
But Mr. Todd's enthusiastic eulogy
does not stop here. Ho has been par
ticularly struck with anothorpecullar
Ity of English civil life, tho big co
operative concerns which have begun
to play n leading part In the British
world of business. Ho sajs:
"Ono lnstltuto Thoso plant I in
spected with the most absorbing In
terest not only manufactures an Im
mense output of suporior goods for
the markets of tho world, but gives
profitable employment to thousands of
mon, womon nnd children under tho
most wholesome conditions and sani
OF WOMEN'S DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE
tary regulations. All of them aro pro
vided with comfortable homes nt rea
sonable rentals nnd everything Is dono
to mako them contented and happy,
while each In addition enjoys a pro
portionate Bharo in tho genoral profits.
"Moreover, this concern -has ltB own
steamship lines for shipping Its goods
to foreign markots at n minimum ex
pense for fieightngo and for bringing
back supplies of raw materials from
its own plantations and forests In Af
rica and South Amorlca. And all of
these vast enterprises In one aro op
erated simply and easily, because tho
principle of co-oporatlon behind it in
suies a unity and hurmony of both
purpose and effort for tho common
BLAME FLEAS FOR REBELLION
Science Spots Real Cause of Mexl-
co'a Plight How Indians Mix Piety
With Boozo and Roulette.
Mexico City. Following- a lino of
reasoning based upon many years of
experience, scientists nnnounco that
tho real cause of tho revolutionary
fever in Latin-American republics is
not tho desire for glory on the battle
Held, but is lodged In the ever-prosont
flea. It Is asserted that sloop, undis
turbed by ravages of parasites, Is
practically unknown in Mexico, and
tho states further south For this rea
son, entomologists contend thnt tho
explosive temperament of tho aver
age Latin-American is in part, if not
wholly, duo to tho fact that restful
slumber departed from tho country
long beforo the conquest. Tho scion
t4stsa3sort that no nation can bo
great whoso sloop is broken Into fit
ful snoozes. Tho averago Mexican is
certain to arlso In tho morning nur
sing a spirit of murder In his heart
because his nightly visitants havo uu
dormlned his chivalry until ho is un
consciously transformed Into a fiend
WHEN FIRESHIPS WERE USED
In 8ea Fights They Were Dreaded and
Did Effective Service at
Siege of Tyre.
London. Nothing- In tho narratlvo
of many old sea lights appeals more
strongly to tho modern imagination
than the doings of the fireshlps.
Tho idea of using Incendiary vessels
for tho destruction ot a hostllo fleot
was of great antiquity. They aro
Bald to havo been employed nt tho
slego of Tyre In 333 B C, and again
by tho RhodesIaiiB about a century
and a half later. By tho English, how
ever, they wero first used In 1370, nnd
two centuries later had como to bo
looked upon as a legitimate naval
weapon, their attacks b?lng regard
ed and dreaded In much tho same
way as aro those of tho torpedo craft
and submarines at the present tlmo.
The explosion vossels, or "infer
nals," Invented by tho Italian engineer
Glanlbelll, wero the most formidable.
Tho designer procured two vessels of
aboui. 80 tons each and laid along
their bottom a foundation ot brick
work. Upon this he erocted a marblo
chamber with Ave foot walls contain
ing 3,000 tons of gunpowder, while on
top of this chamber was a six foot
layer of gravelstones placed edge
wise. A marble roof roso over these,
and upon It was piled a quantity of
round shot, chain 6hot, milestones,
blocks of stono, Iron shod, milestones,'
anything heavy which would causo tho
explosion to take a lateral effect. Tho
offect of thlB floating volcano wnB up
palling, for tho masses of Biono nnd
shot, disintegrated and flung skywurds
by tho explosive, fell and destroyed
nny vessels, buildings or men In tho
Threo years later tho Spanish ar
mada beforo Calais wbb attacked by
flrcBhlpB prepared by tho English.
Eight vessels wero selected, and bo
great was tho' hasto that not even
their guns or storos wero removed.
They wero ignited and launched, and
with tho wind and tldo in their favor
advanced straight for tho center of
the anchored armada. Ship foulod
ship amid tho crlea of terror and tho
incarnate especially If brought undoj
tho inllucnco of Zapata, tho so-callci
Atlla of tho South Americans liv
ing In Mexican territory readily Bub
Bcrlbo to this theory, as woeful ox
perlonce has taught thorn that tho
habitual loss of sleop Is not conduc
ive to tho higher llfo. Ono of tho po
litical slogans of tho successful party
InMho future will bo that "tho flea
and all his tribo must go beforo pcaco
ASK A 1913 CHILD LABOR DAY
Speeches Are Sought from 6,000
Clergymen Who Aided Movement
Now York. Tho C.000 clergymen
who last year observed Child Labor
day aro bolug asked to speak on that
subject For soven years tho national
child labor committee has issued such
an nppcal and the interest nrousod
by tho last Child Lnbor day resulted
In a general demand for the passing
of tho federal chl'aten's bureau bill,
In Improved child labor laws in ten ol
tho fourteen Btates holding legislative
sessions and an Increasing uso of tec
tum slides nnd exhibits about child
Tho day has novor been used as nn
appeal for funds and this year special
attention Ib called to child labor In
tenement house manufacturing. Tho
national child labor committee also re
minds clergymen that child laborers
become unskilled adult workers, and
the Chicago vlco coinmlBslon gives as
tho Bccond greatest causo why 40.00C
girls are sacrificed annually to an Im
moral life "tho ccono'ihlc stress of In
dustrlnl life on unskilled workers, with
tho enfeebling Influences on tho will
power." This causo tho commission
gives an second only to tho lack ot
ethical training and religious Instruc
tion. Gives Birth to Five Children.
Abbeville, La. Five male children.
nil perfectly formed, wero born to
Mri, Audray Lnsson, wlfo of n local
carpenter. Threo of the ll.vo aro nllve,
crash of falling spars and though tho
Spanish finally succeeded In getting
to sea tho flrcsIilpB attack completely
disorganized and demoralized them,
and helped largely to mako tho event
ual battlo of 'Iravcllnes tho success
Tho most recent, nnd ut the same
tlmo ono of -lie most Interesting firo
nhlp exploits which over took placo
waH that carried out agaliut tho
French fleet at Basque BoadB In 1S09,
by Lord Cochrano. Ills explosion ves
sel Intended to destroy tho boom be
hind which lay tho French fleet, was a
truly aw ful contrivance. CochrauM
piloted tho vessel nd lit tho train nt
tho last moment and op the ovldenco
of a French captain whoso ship was
elope by, it did Its work well, for tho
air vats filled with shells, grenades
and blazing debris, whllo the explo
sion tore a hugo rent In tho boom.
YOUTH TO REWED HIS WIFE
Millionaire Father of a Young Mis-
iourlan Has Court Set Marriage
Alde for the Present.
St. Joseph, Mo. After Milton
Tootle, Jr., millionaire banker of St.
Joseph, had the marriage of his son,
George Buckworth Tootle, to MUs Za
nonl Travers annulled In court ho an
nounced that the two aro engaged.
Young Tootlo nnd Miss Trovers,
also of a weulthy family, eloped to
Troy, Kan., and wero iiinnled. He Ib
eighteen and she Ib nineteen, but he
gavo his age as 21, Tho elder Tootlo
was away at tho time or tho elope
ment When ho roturued ho took tho
matter up In court nnd had tho mar
riage annulled, on tho ground thut It
Immediately after tho marrlago was
annulled tho engagement of the
young pooplo won announced. It was
explained that tho parents objected to
tho early marrlHgo, hut a wedding
may tako pluce again when young
Tootlo Is of ago. Ho and his former
wife, now hlfi llnnceo, wero guests at
a box party given by tho elder Tootle,
Not on the Program.
A llttlo four-yoar-old girl, whoso par
ents had been discussing nn approach
ing mooting in connection with tho
Socloty for tho Prevention of Cruelty
to Chlldron, beggod to bo taken. Her
mother explained thnt tho mooting
would not nmuso her, but sho persist
ed in hor demand, nnd flnnlly her
mothur ngreed to take hor if pho prom
ised to bo very qulot
Sho was very good throughout tho
greater part ot tho proceedings, but
aftur listening pntlontly to tho
speeches for somo tlmo sho whispered
to her mother:
"Mummy, this Is dull I When is tho
cruelty going to begin T"
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othor pnrt of this paper and mailing
it to LooBo-Wlles BIbcuU Co., Omaha,
Nob. Tho firm Is thoroughly rollablo.
Tako ndvantngo of this llboral offor
and wrlto thorn today.
His Childish Wish.
Hero Is on excerpt from Paul Wost's
Must Boy" letters, which read llko a
clipping from tho "Little Johnny" pa
pers by Ambioco Blcico In tho early
volumes of tho Argonaut: "1 aat my
father why mlntst-rs movo so much
and ho said ho guessed thoy was
forced to on account of tharo sons. 1
wlsht my fathor Svas a minister."
3nn Francisco Argonaut.
"You novor thank n man for giving
you n acat In a street car." "Not nny
more," replied MIbb Cnyonno. "I used
to until I noticed that almost Invaria
bly ho was going to get out nt tho
next corner anyhow."
Dr. I'lcrco'a Pellcti, small, suRar-coatcd,
cay to tako n candy, rcguiito and Invigorate
stomuoh, llveraudbowola. Uonotgrlpo. Adr.
It keeps wives as busy providing for
tho innor man as it does husbands
providing things for tho outer woman
Mrs. Wlnslow'n Soolbtnff Syntp for Clitldrei
tci'tlilnc, Boftetu tliCRiimn, rrdueea Inflatninn
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It's easy for a man to resist tempta
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A girl may tOBs hor hand oven if
sho can't throw a stone.
the difference it mokes
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and happiness when
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Liver active and Bow
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Ma. Geo. Buchanan, of Welch, Okla., wiites: "I have used your lin
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LIFE'S STRUGGLE '
Mrs. Slew&ri Tells How Sho
Suffered from 16to45yeara
old How Finally Cured. ,
Euphemfn, Ohio. " Bocnuso of total
lgnoranco of how to enro for myself
when vorglnglnto womanhood", nnd from
taking cold when going to school, I suf
fered from a displacement, and each
month I had sovero pains nnd nausea
which always meant n lay-off from work
for two to four days from tho time I
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"I went to Kansas to livo with my sla
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tho Pinkham remedies but I did not U3o
them then as my faith in patent medi
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I camo home to Ohio to livo and that
has boon my homo for tho last 18 years.
"ThoChango of Llfo camo when I was
47 years old nnd nbout this tlmo I saw
my physical condition plainly described
In ono of your ndvertlscmenta. Then I
begnn using Lydla E. Plnkham's Veg
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or nny ono tho rollof It gavo mo In tho
first threo months. It put mo right
whero I nocd not lay off every month
nnd during tho lost 18 yoars I havo not
paid out two dollars to a doctor.and havo
boon blest with excellent health for a wo
woman of my ngo nnd I can thank Lydla
E.Pinkham'sVegotabloCompound for It.
"Sinco tho Chnnpro of Life is over I
have been a maternity nuno and being
wholly Belf-Bupnortlng I cannot over
cstimato tho value or good health. I
havo now earned a comfortable little
homo just by Bowing nnd nursing slnco
I wob 62 years old. I have rocommonded
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sults, ns it is excellent to tako befora
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iur;-: ir; ;...
tiara recmulj bon opened up for
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1.0U0 worth of horioa una macbin
pr j, unit Jutt ISA In caih. Today I
huto. WW acre ot vitioat, S.T0 acrei
u( nals, and 60 acres ot flax." Not
bad turnxjcnn, butonl an In
tunco of what mar bo dono In
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Saskatchewan or Alberta.
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Three application!) completely cured
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Fries 25c, 60c, and $1.00
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Semi for Sloan's free book on horns.
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