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VICTIM OF AIF
Ile Is at lawyer anld was for mlanly years i
Dor'deaux, Ilk, Was nin1ster of justice fn
dont of tht- sonato, whero hev sits as. .enat
decput11y. Ile has been decorated with thl
White Etaglt of linrgla.
The deplorable nevident, whichi canls(
Within thr- years, wvII l ot tinter11 #re witt
whele aleay urheds of aet 'roplaill's are
Prench a . Italier, it w%.ilI ca:ste striji
Of rOwdS at avatiOnI m)eets.
GATES TELLS TR
.lhn \\'. ,;ates fiitI.shed ti opel
Ing snsatloll In the inv stligatio -
hen he rovealed the history of the
'l'ittd St a t es S(teel corporal ito. Pres.
ent t1 the birt i1o the greatest slee
Inaufatintg lconcern in the World,
hie decribed how it wats th' nat iral
Ontitnlle of* what hle dest'ribed its tile
vernisa of* AtideinW Carnteglo to be
bounld by the "gntleIetnen's aiLgree
unt"that nmrkeItd thle aryday of
W11 vornptition In the riel busi
1it. toli of uilions lost and created
almost In a hreath; how the Carnegie
IlIls, appraisetd at $160,111,0010, wpVreu
recognized as worth $320,0(00.000; the
gritli clash ill the fortnative days,
when John 1). itockfelleir was (Its.
Atlildetd fromi Joilling in tile creation
01 tl cOrpioratlon, fo 1and the manner in
which otherls wero prevented from
engaig1ing in the steel trade.
Reilitilng how Carneglo had been
forced to bllndon plans for extending
mltted thle gigantic Industrial comblinatio,
aid lie su1rlised the committeo with th<
1). Rlochefeller iad oight to enter the
't.hrough by which the Standard Oil iagi
-.)I the dollarl.
Ile(anse of the marked discrepaneile
the Tennes .Coal ald Ironl coimpany b
in) til'he pa 'k days of 1907, as given b;:
thle Stanley "Steel Trnlst" ('omm111ittee of
do withi it should he exautnined.
HEAD OF A BIG
I l vlvet 121101 hlim ind to himl every
Senioir De la liarra'as suc'cesstor ill
Wa ishin gto (11Is St'nor ZLamaeon(10a, w hose
fathe wii as inilister'I to0 tile U 'n1ted
States frotn 1878 to) 1882. Durning the
fathi's tenureIt. of 0illco the s021 livedl
with im in Watshington, so thait our1
governmenl.'ut and thle waIys of thiings
at 011t caitatil are ftamiliar to the new
liiiterl. Zamacllt.onat is aboult forty
':ye ytears of' alge andt for' thle past Iwo
year1s ihas bteenj t Mexico's ilanlcial rep
rtesenttat i vt ill Lon01don. Pr'evious to
this h~e served as dir'ector of the in
ternlational re'venni (of Mexico and
also r'epre4sented the Mexican gover'n
Ilnent's initerests in the Mexican Cen
tral railir'oad. 110 is at man of brains
If he has dlisct'ion ill equal quantity
hie will pr'ove an acceptable stuccessor
to D~e Ia Uanrra.
,''eor de la Darra proved himsuelf a
gifted and aitogether' welcome repre.
80e'tative of MI co in Washinigton,
'tries, lHe is an advanced thlinker', thorc
anent of civilization and the gr'owth of
His worth was recognized wvhen Pr
*trength of the rebellion, called him ird
new and modern cabinet, and especially
aurrectos, the latter led by General Mai
president to succeed Diaz unt~l an oli
That was a terrible accident whi
apponed in France, when a runaw
Oroplane plunged into a crowd
pectators gathered to witness t
tart of the Pari to Madrid race I
eavier than air machines, killi
4linister of War Berteaux, sever4
njuring Premier Motifs, and qu
adly wounding several others.
Premier Monis, whose portrait
hown here, was buried beneath t
.reckago of the monoplane. lie w
riken out as quickly as possible, a
xanined by military surgeons, w
und that he had suffered compou
ractures of two bones in the rig
ag, that his nose was broken, his fa
adly contused, and that there we
ruises on the broast and abdome
Ani(ono E~rnest inmmanuel Mon
remier and ministor of the Interi
f Frane, who cane into power <
iv fall of the Ilrjand regime <
arch I this year, was born
hm teln tin eufru r-Charento (Charente
Sitndvocato ii the court of appeal .
>m 1899 to 1902. has been vice-pret
or of the Gironde, and was a forme
o Grand Cross of the Order of ti
Id the 47th deati from that sourc
the progress of aviation in Franc<
in use or ordered for the use of th
e1n t regulations in the managenier
ais steel business, Gates frankly
n was formed to throttle competiti
further information that when Jc
steel business a deal had been
'to was force-d to sell out for 40 ce
4 in the accounts of the absorption
y the Uinited States Steel corporat
JIohn Wt. Gates and l'lbert II. Gt
the. housie dlecide~d that furt her' li
it evetry persont who had anything
('harles C. Mloore of San F'ranei
as been unanimously chosen by
Ioardi of dIirectors of the Panama
'Ille initernational exposition comifl
s theo active as wvell as the for'i
end of the 1915 expositIon. The qi
ion of executive leadership has b
ettled finally. There will be no
ector general of the Panama-P4ac
xp~osition. Aloore, as president,
-om bine the functions wvhicht h
>(een div'idedi in all previous wior
'xpositions betwieeni a presidlent an
The board of directors or tho en
it ion has adopted a comnplete plat
rganization, dIiffering in its essen
entutres fr'om that of any exposit
hit Iever' has been held. The 1913
5 to 4 be 0onduted 4( as a business pr<
it in, orgaize u~t tpon) the lintesc
rieat business 'orp~orattion. Mloore
'xecutivo headl of the e3xposition,.
>t' the onie inan upjon whotm wvill1
g out every detail of exp~osition n
sitilon OllieliIs atnd depart meat he
depa~trtment chief wiill be r esponsi
ughly in symplathy with the adval
asidlent D)iaz, forced by the gathei
>mn Washington to become one of
so when both the Federalists and
e, chose him to servo as tempor
otinn can be helM aome half a
HOUSE FROM A WOODEN BOX
Former Iowa Boy Erects Such a Home
in Georgia and Fares
Macon, Ga.-That a wooden box
makes a rattling good house for a boy
whet he hasn't got any place else to
- go has been demonstrated satisfactor
ily by Dewey Conley, aged 12, who
used to be a "bell-hibp" in a Des
Ch Moines hotel.
ay Sluce Dewey caine to Macon, he has
of been doing odd jobs about town, rUn
he ning errands, helping about restau
for rants, shoveling snow, anything he canl
ng find to do. But it took very close Lo
aiy every cent lie i1i to pay for lodging
ito 'iid meals. So he decided to have a
Dewey's Box House.
o house of his own and do his own cook
Ing. lIe talked the matter over with
his friend, Ed Sn"ley, a draynan.
Smiley lives out oi a hill overlook
Ing the Park lake and he told Dewey
li could set iip his habitation at the
corner of his property.
The lad had a few dollars in the
bank. It took his entire reserve to
settle for the box, put in a door and
window, and for an oil stove and small
lainp. lLeavy blankets are laid on the
floor, the cooking utentisils being on
shelves ini. the far end. Dewey lias
slept in his little box house the coldest
nights of winter, and declares he
never suffered. All the cracks are
iade rain proof, and once inside, with
the door closed, Dewey is as snug as
the millionaire in his brownstone hab
There isn't much room for exercise
in a house five feet by three, and
when Dewey wants to cook or sew up
his trousers he rolls up his bed to so
cure a place for the operation.
The young householder fares well
OI ten cents a day, his bill of fare be
ing potatoes,. fried apples, buns, meat
now and then and milk or coffee. lie
has learned to cook all these things
ad' well, and enjoys them in camp style
on, better than he would at a fine res
"t" "BILLIKIN" IS PREHISTORIC
Ion Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sc
tr'y, ences Finds the Original in
tMounds of Arkansas.
Ph iladelphia.-Trhe field committee
of the Academy of Natural Sciences,
]of Philadelphia, has found the origina'
"liilljkin" in searching the prehistoric
mounds of Arkansas. The report oh
the commission of its wvork during the
sco year just closed has been made by
Prof. Clarence ii. Moore, who was ix
charge. The work consisted of open
Ying the mounds found on the St. Fran
na cis, Little, White and Black rivers
where a v'ast number of skulls and r-el
di-1 ics were discovered. Df the former
i- 86 boxes were forwarded to the Unit
vied States miuseumi.
avell Although .it was uiifortunate that
Id's the commission were not permitted tt
d a examine the mounds northi of [Lepanto)
their quest on the St. Francis rivet
was fairly successful. Nineteen prte
:)o- historic cemeteries were v'isitedi ani(
of 670 grve were oipened. Filfteeii coim
tial eter'ies were searched on W'uhiite river
ion Itwo on Little river' and eleven oti
fair lilack river.
100- Among the points bi'oughit out in th(
'f a rep~ort or the coinmission is thai~t quan
,as t ity rather than (iualit y mar'ks the
will jpottery of the St. Francis basin. ()
The Original "Billikin."
whr tegrade was eqlual to tha
found in other sections. Several in
(Istances of cremation was found and
number of beads of native copper wor<
Dog Saves Boy From Cow,
ICe Rushville, Ind.-When an enraget
cow attacked the fourteen-year-olc
'ini son of Mr. and Mrs. John McKibben
bit living south of hero, a shepherd dog
in a pet of the boy, diverted its atten
ara tion until the boy was rescued. Th(
'au dog caught the cow by the nostrih
and held its attention until the boy'e
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK?
Thousands suffer from sick~or weak
ened kidneys without knowing the
cause. If you have backache, head
ache, urinary disorders, look to your
kidneys-give the help
EIvtS ry (he kidneys need.
Mirs. H. C. Tillman,
Franklin Pike, Lewis
burg, Tenn., says:
"My kidneys were In
terrible shape and I
. My back ached and I
felt all worn out. I
seemed to be running
into dropsy and my
weight dropped 36
pounds. For a year I was practically
an Invalid. From the time I started
us-ing Doan's Kidney Pills, I improved
until completely cured. I believe I
would be in my grave were it not for
this wonderful medicine."
Remember the name-Doan's.
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere. Price 50c.
Foster-MIllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A magazine poet refers to a baby
in the house as a wellsprung of pleas
ure. According to his theory triplets
would be a deluge.
For COLDS and GRIP
Hieks' CArrt'SN is the best remedy-re
lleves tie acling and feverishnes-cures the
Cold and restores normidt cottuitious It's
liquid- elitets immediately. 10c., 25c., and 60e.
At drug stores.
Mrs. Knicker-Will your furniture
go in the new flat?
Mrs. Bocker-it will after it's
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take
George Ade, at a luncheon i-n Chi
cago, paid a gallant compliment to a
The actress wore a harem skirt of
the new flamo color and Mr. Ado said
"It Is pretty. And what hn odd
color it Is! Tell me the namo of the
"Flamme do Vesuve-flato of Vesu
vius," the actress answered.
"Be jabors," said Mr. Ade, "ye make
a vurry purty crater."
lielBut couldn't you learn to love
She-l don't think I could, Harry.
Ile (reaching for his hat)-It is as
I feared-you are too old to learn.
A Heartless Father.
"I need soine help with my house
hold duties," announced a woman
when her husband came- home the
"What's the matter with our daugh
ter?" the husband wanted to know.
"Our daughter? The idea! Why
Jim, you know she's awfully delicate,
and she would die if she kad to do
any household work. She has her
"And what? 11cr teacher's report
shows that she lsn't doing a bit of
cei eel work."
"But she is the star member of her
basketball teams, and.you know she Is
eager to take the prize at the gym
naslim contest. But that's just like
a man-wanting a delicate girl to en
gage in rough, hard labor. De asham
ed of yourself, Jim Jenkins! You
htave no feeling."
( A short human-in
To tell you the curious story of
affects the digestion of food.
I refer to the condition the
be fore, at the time, or just-folot
If he has been properly educi
ity have) he will help you undersi
machinery of digestion.
To start you thinking on
subject, I will try to lay out the gc
*way and you can then follow in
Pawlow (pronounce Pavloff) a fanr
sician and Chenisat, experinitenting o1
into the tube leading froin the throa
They were fi'st put under chlorofoi
anaesthetic and the operation was pai:
kept for months in very good conditlo
When quite hungry some un-appet
placed before them and, although hut
to eat, it was shown by analysis of th:
stomach that little if any of the dige
Then, in contrast, some raw meat wi
couldn't reach it at once, anfd a little
the iinds of the dogs to "anticipate"
pjtite. Wh'ein the food was finally glv
voured it ravenously and with every
isfaction. The food was passed out in1
the opening before it reaced the a
found to be mixed with "Ptyalin" the
the mouth, which is important for th~
gestfon. Then an ahalysis was made
"There's a Reason" f
started with POSrT TO&
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SUIR G. WALKIR ART STORE, 91 N. Pryer SI., Atlanta.Ga.
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Makes Teething Easy
stonat on Diarrhoea. Ounvul ins.
00lic, Sur htonniach- etc It. destroys
ds onalla Fev rlsb nis and Cold .
11 aidsligest on It fak~ses iotbing easy,
Ch~oo eeerfulness and P roduces
N ltbrat orralo by all drugst sts
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If it were not for their long faces
some people have an idea the world
wouldn't know they were religious.
Garfield Tea will set the liver right,
correct constipation, clean.se the systent,
purify the blood and ,elear the complexion.
"Now that you are married, my son,
listen to me."
"What Is it, dad?"
"Try to be a husband, not merely
Couldn't See the Resemblance.
They have been joking Assistant
Treasurer James A. Mathews of the
Guardian bank, on his resemblance to
President Taft, and Mr. Mathews has
steadily refused te be annoyed there
by. So the Jokers subsided and the
loke died a natural death.
Until the other night, when Mr. and
M.s. Mathews dined together with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank flarmuon and their
little daughter, when the Taft resen
blance was revived. Turnirrg to young
Miss Hlarmon, Mr. Mathews asked
whether she, too, thought he looked
like the president.
Dorothy studied long and earnestly.
Then she answered:
"Not in the face, Uncle Jim."
IN ART CIRCLES.
hows tist-Hnd ithe soach seun
SecodAtistOh!how cta quthe a<
mindg is 'win bus C.I.PT:his poed
how the mind the stmind, fr
sown thoug the
min Isinus gTstv juovesd(
thIntereting quichl caugedths
fan i agooralthe mind,r
tod (the manure Do1 og pconti
ousussan hy- juges to fow~f
hsmteostcut sicht, adighenco
ton theagomeah' h mindr.o t
tomorsoe minte o you ickstio
ouigs oo wus ashy toita mea lowna
toe thred sthern macher ornfash
eo oe ottheeforlow wiesith
stive. Thiey were btsocrnlk
izing ood ws itog pitmtrcal nnc
is cotet wher the cothn lo wimii
time allowed for nature has hiddei
rnd create an apu- and do their wt
on them, they de
evidence of sat- Theso dligestivi
to a (11sh through oipressedi with u
tomach. It was agreeablio appears
alkaline juice of Solid facts tha
first step in di- who esteemis prii
>f the contents of ivaluable asset in
ir saying ''The Memory Li
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"DEAF" BEGGAR COULD HEAR
Incident That Struck Householder as
Being Along Slightl Humor
"Many funny things I appen in a
flat during the cours of a few
months," said a Milwaul cc flat dwell.
er, "but one of the best things I ever
saw happened yesterda .
"I was suddenly 'rouped from, my
slumber by three loud kInocks on the
door. Jumping to may feet and into a
bathrobe, I hastened toyeo what was
wanted. I opened the Idoor In time
to see a young fellow hi way up the
flight to the next floor.
'Hello, there!' I yelid at him.
"He turned around, .Stened back
and handed out a snil envelope,
pointing to the Inscription.] glanced
at it. It was an appeal V- Aid be
cause the. applicant was Mf and
"Say, I was mad enough to kick him
down stairs. Then the joke struck
tue and I slammed the door in his face
arnd went back to bed laughing."
Post-There are as good fish in the
sea as ever were caught.
Parker-urm! I guess you haven't
heard Trhomprson's latest fish story.
God pays, but not every Saturday.-..
s Cereal Co., Ltd.)
a which no food had ntered. It was
ligestive fluids of stomach wereo flowing
s f the desirable food had enteed.
hat it was not the presence of rood
e digestivo juicos to flow, hut the flow
'ely rand alonre as a result of the action
nuedl to eat tho rood ho liked for over
g ho was getting it into his stomach,
ounco wvent thero; evem'y particle went
opening and yet all this time tho di.
ro to the stoach, prepared to
ud, in response to the curious orders of
.p the lesson?
ood, that which tails to create mental
a not causp tho -necessary igestive
vher-eas, food that .is ipleasing to the
to the mind, will case th complicated
a hody to prepar In at wondrful way
ken, to reason that one should sit down
eaceful, happy state of mind and start
L, say with some ripo delicious fruit,
a bowl of crisp, lightly browned, thirn
P'ost Toasties, addl a spritiklo of sugar
'low creamr and the attractive, appetiz
t escape youtr eye and willl produce the
d( which causes the digestive juices
in mouth and stomach, to come forth
Juices can be driven back by a mind
'orry, hate, anger or dislike of the dis
trnce of food Placed before one,
tare worthy the attention of anyone
nie health and human happi-ness as a
the game of life.
nigers" when break fast Is