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IIS POWER BEHIND THRONE ~
As the Mexican crisis is now viewed
in Washington, the modern power of
money is combating the ancient pow
er of militarism.
The best authorities on Mexican at
fairs here declare that Llimantour,
backed by European and American
?" /financiers heavily interested in Moxi
can properties, forced the resignation
of the Diaz cabinet, and is now him
Y/,f self seeking to become the real dicta
tor of Mexico.
Fresh from his confeoence with the
/moneyed masters of the world, both
here and abroad, Limantour carried
an ultimatum to Diaz and his associ
ates. It was, simply, that there must
be peace in Mexico. The holders of
Mexican investments, totaling toward
two billion dollars, powerful in their
home government, would not stand by
while Diaz, with conscripted armies,
plunged the country indefinitely into
a state of anarchy, while battling the
revolutionists. That such was the
outside policy, Limantour pointed out, clearly is proven by the concentration
of the United States regulars in Texas. There must be an abandonment of
the reign of the mailed fist, this traveled minister argued, and efforts made
at solution through the velvety hand of diplomacy and compromise.
It seems likely that Limantour has seized the real scepter. Not that Diaz
,or the pr'esent will relinquish the chief ofice, but that the old "king" has been
made to realize his weakness and has "abdicated" to a new sort of domi
Alexicans here say that Limantour has been working to this end for
NEW SENATOR FROM NEW YORK
James A. O'Gorman, a justice of the
New York supreme court since 1900
and a prominent member of Tammany,
was elected United States senator
from New York to succeed Chauncey
'%. Depew, breaking the deadlock that
had existed for months. The new sen
ator has-been one of Tammany's fore
most orators for 30 years, having es- 4
tablished his reputation as a public
speaker in its interests when, et the
age of twenty-one, his eloquence is -
credited with having saved a doubt
ful assembly district. \ 0
Senator O'Gorman was bo-n on the
lower West Side of New York city on
May 5. 1860. lie is the son of Ellen
and Thomas O'Gorman, and married
Anne M. Leslib in New York on Jan.
uary 2, 1884. They have nine children,
seven daughters and two sons. At the
age of seventeen, Mir. O'Gorm1an en
tered the College of the City of New
'k and later- attended the Universi
ty\ ew York Law School, was grad
u and entered at the bar in 1882. In 1893 he was elected a justice of
t1 al court 0ind In 1899 was elected a justice of the supreio court
for a t rm of reyear' fir6i January 1, 1900.
Following his.election to the United States senate. Mr. O'Gorman gave
Dut a statement in which he said he stands for immediate (lownward revision
Df the tariff; reciprOcity with Canada, the parcels post, fortification of the
Panama canal, dir-ect election of United' States senators and the federal in
come tax, Hie also urgedl rigid economy in government expeaniues and is
op)posed to "all specigl privileges and p~rivate mnonopoly; to the newv national
temr and to the centrai'zating tendencies of the Republican par-ty.'
IECUADOR'S NEW PRESIDENT1
Senor Elmilio 10strada was elected
pre'sidlent of the Republic of Ecuador.
ieo will be inaugurated on August 10.
1911. succeeding the pr-esent incum
bent, Gen. 10i-oy Alfaro. The presi
dent of E0cuador is elected directly for
a period of four years. The vice-pi-es
idlent is elected in the same manner-,
- '~ ) but two year-s after the election of
president, ser-ving accord(ingly acr-oss
two ter-ms. The congrcss consists of
two houses. The members of the sen
~ 4 4~i ate (two for- each province) ar-e elected
~" ~"~'' directly for- fouir year-s. 'The hyouse of
representatives consists of members
elected dlirectly for two year-s at the
rate of one deputy for every~ 35,000 in
2 ~ habitants, with a deputy for- ever-y 15,
000 inhabitants or more. The Indians,
being pr-actically' in a condlition 0-f
slavery, ni-e unrepi-esented. Congress
meets bi-ennially, but can be sum
~ iimonied for an extra session by the
d pr-esidlent. T1he voting fr'anchise is
r-estricted to every male citizen of
twenty-one years of .ago who is able to read andl write. 'rhe local adminis
trators, from the gover-nors of the pr-ovinces dlown to the lieutenants of the
par-ishbs, arec all appointed by the president and removed at his dis5cretion.
T1hree hundred thousand dollars was
the ninety-fir-st birthday gift, of Dr.
Daniel K. Pearsons, the gr'andl old man
* of H-insdale, Ill., to the colleges and
missions he calls his children. Theii
Chicago philanthropist is happy nowV
that ho has fulfilled his deter'mination
to give away all of his fortune before
death. In all he has paid what ho
calls "debts to the world" of appr-oxi
mately $,000,000. All that now re
mains of his once great fortune Is
valued at $30,000, and this is destined
to go before the owner's death. Ilere
Is the aged doctor-'s philosophy:
I have had a lot of fun. I am not4
a dollar poorer for the millions I have
I have had all I wanted to eat and
drink and wear. I could net wisely/
have spent another dollar on myself.
As for the money I have given away
the giving has made me richer, hap
My colleges are my chiidren. I love them all. There is not a failure
1Every cent I have given away has done good. I know. There is not a
single gift I wotuldi take back.
TFhe best I have ever given was thei .50,000 1 gave to Bea collegeo. Thmo
Kentucky maourdains breed nmen of the 1Gncoln type. 10ducation Counts there.
ieoplo won't renotmber me or any 'of us long, you know, and need not.
but my children, my ecollegos, will spr-ead light down the centuries.
UFE SAVED BY
About three years ago I suffered witl
appendicitis and after having an operatiou
performed it left me with a severe cay
of kidney trouble. I was doctored by sev.
eral physicians and getting no relief I tool
the advice of a friend and procured a bot,
tle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Aftea
taking the contents of the first bottle I felt
greatly relieved and decided to continue it.
After using the contents of three more dol
lar bottles, I experienced a complete cure,
I cannot recommend Dr. Kilmer'
Swamp-Root too highly to anyone suffer
Ing from kidney or bladder trouble.
Yours very truly,
E. P. HILAW.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this July 12th, 1909.
JOB. S. CALHOUN,
B. Co., Ga.
IDft ]Ulmer A 0%.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yot
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham.
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper,
For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty,
cents and one-dollar.
COOK OUTDID THE SCHOLAR
Maybe Sign Was Not All Good Latin,
but She Translated It Without
Jack returned home from college,
Where lie had won high honors as a
student of ancient languages, but he
pleaded ignorance one day when his
young sister asked him to translate
a sign she had seen of an optician's
which read thus: "Con sultu sabo
utyo urey es."
Jack struggled manfully with it for
several minutes and gave it up.
"There are some words in it that
are Latin. The others aren't, any
how. It doesn't make sense."
"That is what I said," replied his
sister. "But cook translates it with
out any trouble. She says it means
'Consult us about your eyes.'"
"ECZEMA ITCHED SO I
COULDN'T STAND IT.'
"I suffered with eczema on my neck
for about six months, beginning by
little pimples breaking out. I kept
scratching till the blood came. It
kept getting worse, I couldn't shep
nights any more. It kept itching for
about a month, then I went to a (c-e
tor and got some liquid to take. It
seemed as it I was going to get bt.
ter. The itching stopped for -aboal
three days, but when it started agaig
was even worse than before. The eo
zema itched so badly I couldn't stand
it any more. I went to a doctor and
he gave me some medicine, but it
didn't do any good. . We have been
having Cuticura Remedies in the
house, so I decided to try them.]
had been using Cuticura Soap, so I
got me a box of Cuticura Ointment,
and washed off the affected part with
Cuticura Soap three times a day, and
then put the Cuticura Ointment en.
The first day I put It on, it relieved
me of itching so I could sleep all that
night. It took about a week, then I
could see the scab come off. I kept
the treatment up for three weeks, and
my eczema was cured.
"My brother got his face burned
with gunpowder, and lhe used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. The peo
ple all thought he would have scars,
but you can't see that he ever had
his face burned. It was simply awful
to look at before the Cuticura Rem
edies (Soap and Ointment) cured it."
(Signed) Miss Elizabeth Gehrki, For
rest City, Ark., Oct. 16, 1910.
Although Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment are sold by druggists and deal
ers everywhere, a liberal sample of
each, with 32-page booklet on the cnre
and treatment of skin and hair, will be
sent, postfree, on application to Potter
D. & C. Corp., Dept. X, Boston.
"What we want," said the peace
promoter, "is a system that will Pe
mit candid discussion to take the
place of actual conflict."
"Don't you think," inquired the man
who was readling the sporting page,
"that clur professional pugilists have
come pretty near solving the prob
Mother-Robert, come hero to me
Robert-Aw&, shut up!
Mother-Rlobert, how dlaro you talki
to me like that iSay: "Mamma, be
For C0LDS and GRIP
flieks' CAiPktNn is the best rr-ieedy-re*
lieves the aching~ and feverlshness-curos the
Cold and restores normal condlitionsl. It's
liquid-effects immediately. 10c., 25c., an md 60c.
At, drug stores.
The truth is that the love of dress
is, next after drink and gambling, one
of the curses of our country.-Mrs.
Mrs. Winfilow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums. redlucen iniflammna
Lion, allays pain. aurea wind c-oli(', 25c a bottle.
A woman's mind enables her te
reach a conclusion without starting,
Sanann of ths
Dinks--Hella, old man, you're a
sight, you look as though you'd been
fired from a cannon! Where is your
Jinks-I don't exactly know, I don't
think it's come down yet.
Clearing Kansas of Grasshoppers.
A livo grasshopper will eat a dead
grasshopper. A farmer mixed paris
green and bran together and let a
grasshopper eat it. It died and 20
grasshoppers ate it up, and they died.
Four hundred ate those 20 and they
died. Eight thousand ato those 400
and they died. A hundred and sixty
thousand ate those 8,000 and died, and
the farmer was troubled no more.
Important to Mothere
Examino carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants ahd children, and see that it
In Use For Over 80 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Care of the Child.
It is announced that Ios Angeles
county government will in future ex
pend as much money upon societies
for the care of children as it does
now upon societies that look after the
welfare or animals.
This is well. Perhaps, in course
of time, we may come to regard chil
dren as of equal importance with
horses and dogs.
ED GEERS, "The grand old man," lie
is called for he is so honest handling
horses in races. lie Rays: "I have used
SPOIN'S DI.STEMPER CURE for 12
years, always with best success. It is the
only remedy I know to cure all forms of
tistemper and prevent horses in same sta
ble having the diseatse." 50c and $1 a hot
tie. All druggists, or manufacturers. Spohn
Medical Co., Chemists, Goshen. Ind.
A Backhanded One.
le-The great trouble with Gab
bleigh is he talks too much.
She-That's strange. When lie's
been with me lie's scarcely said a
Ile-Oh, lie's too much of a gentle
man to interrupt.
LADIES CAN WEAR SIhOES
one sizo smaUor after using Allen's Foot-Cuaso, tho
antisoptio powder to be shikon Into the shoos. It
makes tight or now shoes feel easy; gives instant
relief to corns and bunions. This is an easy test:
sprinkle Allon's Foot-Ease in one shoo and not in
the other and notice theodifferenco. Sold every where,
25c. D)on't accept anij aubatttute. For FRtEEt trial
package, address Allen 8. Olmated, Lontoy, N. Y.
Evidently Deeply In Love.
Chedompir Mikovitch, a Blgrrade po
liceman, comitted suicide after his
sweetheart had informed him she
could not leave her situatt'on to follow
him on his new beat.
Your Druggist Will Tell You
Murine Eye Remedy Relieves Sore Eyes,
Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart.
Soothes Eye Pain. Try it in Baby's
E'yes for Scaly EyelIds and Granulation.
The Ignorance of Casey.
Casey-Phiwat kind av a horse is a
Mulligan-It's wan thot's been
raised intoirly on corn, ye ignoramus.
A pin scratch may cause blood poison,
a rusty imil cut is very apt to do so.
lHmlins WVizard Oil used at once draws
out all infection and mnakes blood poison
IThere is nothing so easy but that it
becomnes dillICult whiein you (10 it with
To enjoy gootd health, take Garflild Tea;
it cities constipation and regttutes the
liver antd kidneys.
It is not necessariily trueo that the
worst is yet to come.
EATS WHAT HE IlKES
It will be welcome news to dyspeptics
to learn of a remedy that, In the opInIon
of thousands, Is an absolute cure for In
dIgestion and all forms of stomach trou
ble, and, better stIll, it Is guaranteed to
do so. The rerhody is Dr. Caldwell's
We all know the value of pure pepsin
In, Indigestion, and add to thIs some ex
ceptional laxatIve IngredIonts aind you
have a truly wonderful remedy. Mr. TI.
W. Worthy of Forsythe, Ga., got to the
point whoe lie could not even eat or di
goat vegetables andI after many years of
seelklng ho found the cure In D~r. Cald
well's Syrup PepsIn. Mr. Rudy KCasner of
Moline, Ill., was In te same had pre
dicament with his stomach, took Syrup
The ship in which many fond hopes
go down is courtship.
To keep the blood pure anti the skin
clear, drink Garfield Tea beforo retiriuiZ.
No man becomes a jailbird just for
so ugly. grizziv. gray hatre. Usa " LA
When a woman i
silent seoret i
trusts you. MIll
stow this ma
- dene on Dr. R
of Buffalo, N.
where there are
bear witness to
ft g, Pieroe's Favorite
-which saves the
from pain, and
A S grapples with wo
nesses and afabbea
? ti No woma's
..V-.- the WORLD'S I
R. V. Pierce, I
Da Parco's Plasant PMilts laduce WJ
A New York judge, it will be re
nembered, recently declared uncon
ititutional the new law that an auto
nobilist, having run over a pedes
:rian, must stop and leave his name.
rho judge said that the automobilist
lad a perfect right to run away and
eave tho mangled victim to bloed to
Jeath alone for the reason that, in
,riminal cases, no man is obliged to
bcar witness against himself. James
[lalden Wilkes, president of the De
ense Society of Atlanta. discussed
this legal decision at the society's
last meeting. "And that," he cried
botly, "is callod justice. Well, in
leed, was a search after justice once
loflned as a blind man looking into a
1lark room for a black hat that isn't
ro DRIVEA 1OATTH MAL
Tike the Old tianditrl G1OY1 EKTANTII 1
"HILL! TiONIU. You know what you aro taking.
11iw forgnula In plainly prin led on ovory bottlo,
showing It Is Plmpiy Quinino and Iron In a tusto
less fornt. The Quinine ulrivon out the nialaria
andthre Iron builds up the systea. Hold by all
dualurs for 30 yours. Price 60 cent.
To be conscious that you are Ignor
ant is a great step to knowledge.
Mrs. Church, of Summit,
the Notary Public) suffered i;
She finally tried Qrdui, an<
husband tells of her operier
women. He writes: "Ay M
troubles for twelve years. S
side and back, for two week
doctor, our family physician i
his treatments all failed that
She is now up and stroni
one year old girl. When
weighed 135 pounds but ni
She says nothing is so good
For more than half a cc
using Cardui, and letters simi
pouring in, with their miessag
number of women who use
is not an experiment--it's a
Then try it and get rid of yc
Why delay? Get it fron
S something e-xtra speci
on .ho market. Comparl
- - . operntors of attractivo, ext
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THlE PRESIDENT SHIRT C(
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Pepsin and is now cured. Ihundreds of
ithters would giadly testIfy.
It is a guatrateed cure for in~digeiltionl,
c'onstlpation, bilioiuness, headaches, gas
nn the stomachl and similar comlaints.
A bottle can be had att aLny drug store
for fify cents or a dlollar, but if you wish
to make a test of it firs9t send your ad
fiross to Dr. Caldwell and he wvill supply
[t free samplo bottle, sent direct to your
tiddrecss. Yoti will soon admit that you
have found something to replace salts,
aathiarties, breath perfumes and other
tempornry reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will cure
For the free sample address Dr. W. B.
Oneldwell, 201 Ca~ldwell building, Monti
DAISY FLY KILLER r::tri;l
isets Alte ano.
-hn .'ir gt1,t
namnltE. uiananomaaal. ma
,ored by Wome
ipeeks of her
Ions have be.
rk of oonfi
ower of Dr.
s WEAK WOtlEN STRONG,
1-S SICK WOMEN WELL.
appeal was ever misdirected or her con.
ied when she wrote for advioe, to
hISPBNSARY MBDICAt. AssociATioN, Dr.
'resident, Buffalo, N. Y.
Id natural bowel movement once a day.
Willing to Make an Effort.
On a large estate in the Scottis%
highlands it was the custom for *
piper to play in front of the houst
every week day morning to awakeO
the residents. After an overconviv
Ial Saturday night, however, the pipe4
forgot the day and began ile reveilld
(can it be played on the pipes?) oi
Sunday morning. The angry maste4
shouted to him from the bedroom win
dow: "Ilore, do you not know the
fourth conimandnont?" And the pipe4
sturdily replied: "Nao, sir, but ye'll-4
hic--whustle it I'll-hic-try it, sir."
Solely to Blame.
Dinor-Who is that singing so drea
fully out of time? I
Restaurant Proprietor-It is m4
Dinr--Perhaps the accompanit
plays out of tune.
R. P.-She is accompanying herselt.
Garfield Tea, invaluable in the trea"
ment of liver and kidney disecasesi
Some women are like some old henq
-set in their ways.
N. C., (wife of J. W. Church,
any years with female troubles.
I in the following letter, her
ice with this great medicine for
ife was afflicted with womanly
lie suffered great pain in her
s at a time. We called In a
[or many years, and it was after
she decided to
g again, and rosy as a twenty.
we began tile treatment, she
ow she weighs 182 pounds.
as Cardul for female troubles."
mntury, sick women have been
lar to Mr. Church's have been
:e of gratitude. Each year, the
Cardul has Increased. Cardul
mediciine of established merit.
iyour druggist today.
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R of thispaper de-.
tiedl in its columns sol: uo
having what they ask for, refusing all
substitutes or imitations.
Mrs. M. A. Raisse7. ETharma
Rainey, and Gertreade
formaerly Ger.rnrdo Rainey,ecan learn somnethln
to their advati o b addressln the SECO
VIC IT N1 A~ SARLALTY CO PANYO
O I C I T 13 Y E L . O A S O N S NIE R DO i
"so'e ays. ls Thomnpson's EyeWae
w. N. U., AT LA N TA, NO. 17--1911.
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