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COULD NOT SHAKE IT CPF.
KNOX At I K KUU 1
it LAWVtn 19 TO DE OUC
"'lor A GREAT LAWYER.
, Per,onT-y of the Net3ee
p . i. Deter bed
, Tr umpn
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f ... .niiifct for iniu-
M3i" t I'liiiow cr nn-
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f'r t- rn n.o beta ill
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- -i..r from ftnw
1 t5 . ' there If some
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' :', r . u t all unfavora-
i. , - , ( at. It sarins.
, r. t ; Huth nro Rreat
t l'i v. muh tho tame
v i i, i statesman
..a.rK. the'sanie vloW
hit nttorncy Rcnoralthlp only a minor
l(y reeognlxed his jtrent nttnlnmonts
Tlio general popular recognition of
III in camo nrtt with iiin conduct of tho
Northern Securities case, and In-
created vostly with (ho bcnlnnlnff of
hid service in tho ecnato.
So groat was tho ettimato not upon
him by the senate that, In spite of tho
mott Invarlablo rulo requiring n new
senator to keep quiet and benln nt tho
bottom rung, Knox wot placej at onco
upon tho Judiciary ciromltteo and ap.
iwlntcd (o tho first vacancy on tho
rule committee, succeeding tho
mighty 8poonor; and In tho flnt great
dchato or ma service, that on tho rail
roa rate bill of 1900, ho atiiimed casl
ly and without question tho placo of
t Knox will depart
i l" . cannot be foro
. f ' f. "clary of atato
3 that Knox II1
7 r.o r I of the great sec
t t ; Lai hit own dlplo
Ui aonm subject In
j r u t'Cfi'tted than oth-
, ; thai aro ni
t - cxst f ie has labored
(l ' t V. Hit lor IUO mair
fjc f t :.r rtl.Hloni between
-1-! fi. - h At.i rlca. ran-Amcr-
Ui Lx. a his uream, as ii
t. : c J r!t toll to oring
; i ti a i'f Ihat dream ha
Vri :i '-a llltlnot. To Hay
ft i u) (( lets moment
-if tho lolled Btntea
i i - iltt of tho world,
i ' r a;r?r directed to-
i. X t - 'o I nlted Statrg a
t: . a ; la the parliament
Ii r -: on Knox'a probable
- . i t re, in nffalrt he haa
L a . Im .In nvMltii In
'm - ; t( rd of two prcil-
i "s rc.ioru raad by Sccro
ihj V n a curious thine and
. Cu a ci wboto record U ab-
: l, j i' cu tin it a , mu lv
. . i . . i t ...
in -.t'.rg and unanimous
1 ii" t-a l.l bo a great one
ra rrt tgo Knox waa unknown
L - ft;; XIIUU1T IU 1 HMUUIK
-'i It a tr.a'tcr onlr about
ltd i ! la tho early part of
Philander C. Knox.
Spooner'a peer and comrado In th
leadership of tho discussion on tho
It Is unnecessary at this lato data
to Inform an Intelligent public that
Knox la a little man, since not one ot
tho numerous sketches of him that
havo appeared alnco ho announced bis
presidential candidacy has failed to
Jam that fact Into tho first paragraph
I'rcsldent Iloosovoll's designation of
htm as "a sawed-oft cherub" haa also
dono service until It Is weatherbcatcn.
There certainly la something cherubic
about Knox, who baa a round face and
a dapper, wcll mado llttlo body. Ho
Is no taller than Napoleon, but a good
deal rounder. 1'hyslcally ho violates
all tho Ideals of a great atatosmnn. Ho
ought to bo largo, bulky, Imposing,
slow of speech and portentous of chin;
whereat ho la small, brisk, cheerful,
and businesslike, nut that ho Is a
statesman nobody who has served with
Lira In tAo senate baa the least doubt
VEu anew nv nPATM nr
MADAME LE CLERCQ.
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Hir Faihir with Louia
XV Mining 6on.
w -LtnM ajt riauLU. iiu
w ".; ca cf Louis XVI and
' ' ' i " ii 1 1 1 1 b t; v vj
J a one of tho most
; i c-s of history. It la
ll'l r' ". -, T.r . V 1' I W
r- fniioirt, Tomb of Al-
-r T 1 .
- i!a never lioon
' Jcn,h In Holland
Kave touch! a .iniin..
8a Pal! sVit uiii. ....
acaif.ii.. 7i . " U0Jeci
lth ih ,f Lo ld,nU,y o tho
o I'vca nd E,eazar W,'
tbe Omu. d eJ B,a"'l"li
' m h aDd8t "' tr
- '"I'vori or tho con-
'vorIlcf,'.rrK.ef " the te'tl'
mtir ot the
. lur a iimn
. HI raiin,n.M ...
v "wift under a mnn.,,.
larch r.j "V Vea's on
,larlal and Hoyal HUh!j
nets Marie Antoinette, Archduchont ot
Austria, Queen of France; both ot
them deceased at rarls. Died on Au
gust 10. 1S1S at UeltL" When Kln'g
IxjuIs 1'hlllppe of Franco learned ot
this Inscription and of the fact that It
waa embodied In the Dutch official reg
later. In recording tho death ot tho al
legod dauphin, ho addressed a protest
to William of Holland, asking him to
causo the Inscription to bo obliterated,
It la said that tho Dutch ruler replied
offering to comply with the roquost It
tho French government would furnish
nvldonco that It was false, with tho re
suit that tho matter waa dropped. And
an recently as flvo years ago Queen
Wllhelmlnn at her own expense caused
tho tomb In question to bo repaired,
and to bo surrounded by a handsome
gritting, thus Indicating ' that sho
thnred tho vloa of her grandfather
about tho mnttcr.
Tho tomb has Just been opened to
rccclvo tho remains ot tho only sur
viving daughter ot the Naundorff
dauphin, who died tho other day at
Amhclm, in Holland, nt tho ago of
nearly eighty, and whoso demUo has
been recorded In tho Dutch official
registers, na "Madame Lo Clorcq.
widow of Louis Lo Clorcq, neo Prlu
cess Mario Thcrcae do Dourbon,
daughter of Prince Charles Louis do
Dourbon, Duo do Nprmandle, and of
Madamo la Duchcste do Normandle,
neo Jcanno Elncrt."
It must not be Imagined, however,
that tho old lady was tho last of her
family. Her brother's son, I'rlnco
August Jean ot Dourbon, who makes
his homo at Paris, where ho Is In busi
ness as a wlno merchant, la tho head
ot hla house, and Is tho heir ot all tho
pretentions of his grandfather, tho
Naundorff dauphin, claiming thus to
bo a great-grandson ot tho ill-fated
Louis XVI. and Queen Maria Antoin
ette, who porlshed by tho gulllotlno
during tho days ot tho Terror, at th
clone of tho eighteenth contury, on a
scaffold erected In that great squaro In
Paris at tho foot ot tho Champa Ely
soes, and which la known to every
American visitor to tho French capi
tal as tho Place do la Concorde.
Wbllo tho proofs of tho authuntlctty
ot thoso claims aro said to exist In the
family archives ot tho ciar, ot Queen
Wtlhojmmo, and at tho Vatican, It la
known that the principal key to th
mystory is at Ilerlln, in the possosstoa
ot tho kaiser, and it la Insisted that
were a monarchical restoration to taka
place in Franco in favor ot the Duo
d'Orleaus, he would bo in a position
to noid over tho latter s head as a
sword ot Damocles tho threat of dis
closures which would prove that the
real heir to the French throne was
Vrlnco Augusto Jean of Dourbon. the
Parisian wlno dealer.
Kldns Trouble Contracted by Thou,
sands In the Civil War.
Jnmos W. Clny, CCO V. Foyctto Bt,
Daltlmorc, Md., says: "I was trou
bled with kidney
complaint from tho
tlrno of tho Civil wnr.
Thcro was constant
pain In tho back and
head nnd tho kid
ney secretions wcro
painful and showed
a sediment. Tho first
remedy to help mo
waa Doan'a Kidney Pills. Threo boxes
mado a complcto euro and during flvo
years past I havo had no return of tho
Bold by nil dealers. 60c a box. Foe
tcr-Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y.
THE QirtL AND THE LOBSTER.
Pottlbly Harmlett Remark, Thoujjh
Dorando Plctrl, ot one of tho many
Italian banquets given In his honor In
Now York, talked about professional
"Amnteurlsm Is no doubt more ro
mantic than professionalism,' ho said,
"but wo llvo In nn unromantlo ago."
"Only tho other night, at ono of
your gnyest Italian restaurants," ho
said, "I overheard a dlaloguo that Il
lustrated forcibly tho ngo's lack of ro
mance. "It was lato. At tho tablo next to
ml no n rich young Italian contractor
was supping with a beautiful young
girl. As the young girl played with
tho stem ot her wineglass 1 heard her
"'It Is true. Isn't It, that you love
mo and mo only?'
"'Yea,' said tho young man, 'though
this lobttcr Is certainly mighty good.'"
CURES COLDS QUICKLY .
A never falling homo remedy for
coughs nnd coldg Is rnndo from tho fol
lowing formula lo bo mixed nt homn.
"Two ounces of glycerlno, onohaK
ounco of Concentrated pine compound,
onc-hnlf nlnt of good whiskey; mix nnd
shako thiroughly; uno in doses of o
tcaspoonful to a tablespoonful every
Thus will euro any cough that In cur
able, or break up an acuto cold in
twcnly-fotir hours. Tho ingredients all
can bo gotten at nny drug storo.
Tho Concentrated plno Is a pine prod
uct refined for medical uso nnd comes
only In half ounco bottles, each en
closed In n round case, which is air
tight, but bo suro that it Is labclod
TOLD TO USE CUTICURA.
After Specialist Failed to Cure Her In
terne ttchlpo Eczema Had Been
Tortured and Dltflgured Out
Wat Socn Cured of Dread Humor.
"I contracted eczema and suffered
Intensely for about ten months. At
times I thought I would scratch my.
self to pieces. My faco and arms wcro
covered with largo rod patches, so
that I waa ashamed to go out I was
advised to go to a doctor who was
a specialist In skin diseases, but I
received very llttlo relief. I tried
every known remedy, with tho samo
results. I thought I would never get bet
ter until a friend of mlna told me to try
tho Cutlcura Remedies. So I tried them,
and after four or flvo applications of
Cutlcura Ointment I was relieved of
my unbearablo Itching. I used two
sets of tbo Cutlcura Ilcracdlcs. and I
am completely cured. Miss Darbara
KraL Hlgblandtown. Md., Jan. 9, '08."
rultf r Dnt CWn. Corp., But Propi-, Bottoa.
A 8PEEDY ONE.
A Running Broad Jump.
"Ono day," related Denny to his
friend Jerry, "when 01 had wandered
too far Inland on mn ahoro lcavo 01
suddenly found thot there waa a great
big haythen, tin feet tall, chasln' mo
wld a knlfo as long as ycr ar-rra. 01
took to me heels an' for CO miles nlong
tho road wo had It nip an' tuck. Thin
01 turned into tho woods an' wo run
for ono hundred an' twlnty miles moro,
wld him galnin' on mo Btcadlly, owln'
to his knowledgo of the counthry.
Finally, Jutt as 01 could feel his hot
breath burnln' on tho back of me neck,
wo came to a big lake Wld ono great
lean 01 landcrl nfA nn ihn nnnnallA
shore, lcavln' mo pursuer confounded
and Impotent wld rago."
"Faith an' thot waa no great Jump."
commented Jerry, "contlderln tho
runnln' start ye had." Everybody's
Mice on the Pillow.
"I'm not so much afraid of mice ns
some women," said she, "but I don't
llko them In my hair. The other
night I finished a biscuit I was eating
after 1 went to bed and naturally left
some crumbs about, not meaning to,
never thinking of mlco.
"Well, about the mlddlo ot tho night
I heard scampering, and there were
tho mlco all over my hilr, trying to
get at thuze crumbs.
"I tell you, I gavo ono shriek, sprang
L up, lighted all tho gas In tho room
nnd sat up tho rest ot the night watch
ing that pillow."
Work of Women Inventors.
Women are scld to havo been Issued
more than 6,000 patents by the United
States office. They aro not all domes
tic by any means, cither, as some ot
them are for car couplers, night signal
ing, life rafts, car wheels, machines
for manufacturing ozone and a type
writer for the blind. A pocket sewing
machine and a sash that will go up
without sticking are other Inventions
Miss Tapps Of course, somo type
writers aro extremely expert.
Clerk Oh, yes. I know of ono who
married a rich employer In less than
MIX FOR RHEUMATISM
Tho following Is a noycr falling rem
edy for rheumatism, and It followed
up it will effect a complcto euro ot
tho very worst cases: "Mix one-halt
pint ot good whiskey with ono ounco
ot Torls Compound and add ono ounco
Syrup Sarsaparllla Compound. Tako
In tablespoonful doses befaro each
meal nnd at bcdtlmo." Tho ingre
dients can bo procured at nny drug
storo and easily mixed at borao.
Advice to Mothers.
Do posltlvo with tho children. Lay
down tbo law. It Is remarkablo how
scon they discover when you nro In
carnosL Do not go to tbo breakfast
tablo In a flurry, but stop long enough
to count 100 slowly, and then enter
with a calm manner determining that
thcro will bo no squabbling. It is
natural for tho young nnlmal to
scrap, and whllo not criminal, still It
must bo checked to self-control.
"Have any lu'ck hunting?"
"The greatest over."
"How was that?"
"I went out with an untteur nnd
camo back ajlvo."
Pettlt's Eye Salve for Over 100 Years
hat been uecd for congested and inflamed
tit, rcmovra film or wum oer the rye.
AU drugUUor 1 toward llroi., Buffalo, N. Y.
Th avcrago woman Is fond ot pets.
but ber husband Is not In that class.
ONLY NK "IIHOMO QUIMKK"
nui, i.iiiTivu iiitouo oiUnink. ini
Ih. ttuntlura u K W UIIUVR. Ul Um WoiU
SINK, look fol
grr tu Cur CuM la On DT- Ua.
All sorrow U an enemy but It car
ries a friend's message within It, too.
TIf M inort Cmturh tn mn mion M n reuntn
Uun til ottxr 4mm put tncrthtr. uul until th Ut
lew Tfan m tuppianl to be laturible. for a ntil
muir In Cation rmnounml It t tort! dtarus tM
prarrlbxl toil rmrtw, ana 1r couuntir UUlnf
ta run with ton! immat, pronounttd it Incurable.
Bctenr hju promt Caurrh lo be a tonuMtutloul dl
eaftr. and torn tore rcqutne count ullucul treatment.
IUU1 CaUrrh cure, manufactured by r. J. Cfcctwr
Ox. Toledo. OhM. k the onlr Count uttonal cure on
tlx market. It u taken Intemallr In doer from 10
drop ta a tcaipnontul. It art dtrrctlr on the blood
and raocoua surface ol Ini lyatem. Ihcr oCer on
hundred dollar for anr mi it txva to cure bend
Lr rtrrulan and teellmonlala.
Adder: r J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Hold br Drunlrta. tie.
Tale Hall a Famtlr 1111a tor routine tkn.
For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne.
Th beat remedy for Orlpp and Colds 1
III. ka' Capudlnr. Itclleve ttie aohlne and
fev rl'hnea. Ciirra tho cold Headache
alaa It' LlquM-Kfrects Immediately 10,
a and Wo at Drue Htore.
It's easier for a girl to look like an
angel than It Is for her to act Ilk
by ITOpCt VCGWCrX C$CS ttWV&G as-
VaVAs CdAy soW OAS5(MCfi0 Toiuto
moy be vra&uaWy ittpcMcd.vAv
naurc,(H&wA o suWWao
macy uciiTOTjer tounswuctv,
ToJihlKncjKvaVsJJtdvcJylUy the dcrvtirA,
Fig Syrup Co.
4010 BV ALUtrADINC ORUCGI3TS
enttiicmur-MtcuiARpaKc sot fh bottlC
Now Book on
FREE TO ALL
N it, t loth boand mJlcl bok
en an-nsnt miction, T1U la plain.
Implo lnrufliow eoDiamption
ran bo enrod In your own borao.
Wrtto tola. Tbo Hook to oboo
ttin WftUr Mrttt, fcaUaaMOa Ik
Vrn HAIR BALSAM
Cleanwe and leaotlflee the r-c,
I'ranou a Intvl.nt fnnrth.
Werar rail to Bertor Oral
Jtair to It Vou thru) Color.
Cam aealp diMM Ithalr falu.
t..M tlrj ttm&wu '
Tht Beaton I Make and Sell More Mea'i $3.09
U $3.40 flhoet Than Any Other Mumfactuw
ll Wlw t tin tie wurt ! bra.lt f tk mart
canpteu erctaltaUe at tralu uperU and Unlet
f fcematkerlla ta caiatre.
Ta. of th. Iu',lei fir each part f tl. aVa.
aat re.tr aetaO f tb auktai la arerr artra, la
loetea after T tka bnt Ihanaakm la th. t laattrf.
tf ! eaelt . na w tmnulr W L. Dearui ,M
arc na4, m wnli tb.a aacriual war tk.ehalt tal
bapa, 1 1 totur, aat mar laaf w Uaa aa J Hin auta,
U) Mtthtxlef JannhgthtSelit moJif thtm Hon
fllilMi and longer Wtcuhj than anf ctktrt.
rahne for Kverr Jtf eenhep of the Fnrallr,
Men, tlaja, Women, Ml.aea find Children.
rnr aal br ihoe dealera e Terrwhera.
PBIITIDM I 1'0,' irtmlii without W, I. tVmalat
UHU I IUI1 1 name nod price eiampi on bottom,
fait Cater tralflta Feat Et elaatnlr. Oatalef aull.t fn.
W. L. D0UQUS, It; (irk St, Brocttoo, Maaa.
HY-PO Cathartic ffi$$B
Action th Um,
rtotnaeh ana HowfK ana tw-rtnith whole dlfftt'
It tract Uaarntf 1 unrtfr t he lnre Food and I'niii
Ari. Trial tN)MlTwrntr-flTi(nta, Haroplft frro
TlIUTOMUUi; CoXll'ANV, ItotliuJ, VtW
In'm COLD RINQ
fttr SMtvstn 2A. rantaa MllaHl'
lloo4 TavbleU. SUdaroallawMlta
Mil Tab lota, rwtqrn mfiy anil nf
nm -x ri t - Wl i Hi ne Uo
and Wliliber Hblt
trrated at bume wltbunt
pain. Jw.ltof partlculart
avnt Ifltr.P. 11. M.
ctniDwmtf Ttmwoii list,
ritriit Totniiritr, tin
i HOIS CO. W CITMOOI lit 1 124
A. N. K. F (19094) 2266.
The Mott Dangerout Capital.
London, whlcb used to boast ot be
ing tbo quietest and safest capital ot
tho world, has becomo noisier than
Paris and more dangerous than New
York. Nearlr 300 persons aro now
killed annually by street accidents, ,
and how many more Just escape with
their Uvea cannot bo computed. Out
look. Important to Mothors.
Exnmlno carefully every bottlo of
CASTOUIA a safo and suro remedy for
Infants and children, and seo that It
In Vso For Over .JO Years. ,
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought ,
Between Authors. 1
"Why do you lay tho scenes of your
stories In the far north? llecauso you
know all about that country?"
"No; becauso nobody elso docs."
Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs ol stiffness,
it's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves
the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles
clastic and pliant
Trill kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol
len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney,
founder and thrush. Price, 50a and $1.00.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
Sloan's book on horse, cattle, aheep and poultry tent f ree.
Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
not leave you of itself. You should tako "Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of tho great
ueneht it has been to them. Try it don't experiment
use this reliable, oit-triecl medicine.
Um Woman's Tome
(Mrs. Ilcna Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and affenrard
wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of femalo trouble, had
pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath.
"I sufTcrcd for years, until my husband insisted on my trying
Cardui. The first bottlo gave mo relief and now I am almost well."
xry uaram. 'Twill Help j-ou.
AT ALL DRUG STORES 0
Cures Through the Blood
Pimples, .tching Humors. Rheumatism, Blood
roison, eczema, aons fains,
n. n. II. (llolanlc Blood lulm) I the onlr llluotl remedy that kill the poison la
the blood and then purlttr It -aeudlDg a Hood ot pure, rich blood direct to the akin
aurtucc, llouea. Joint and wuererer the dlaeaae I located. In thl war all Bore,
Ulcer, Pimple. Eruption are healed and cured, pain and ache of llheumatlam
renae. welllnff BUbalde. 11. 11. 11. completely chanirea the body into clean, bealthr
' condition, Klvlng the akin the rich, red hue of perfect health. II. II. II, cures the
worst old case, ny it. e- iter larse oome at imig raore wita uirections
A man's wife, noror thinks his Ill
ness Is Borlouu until ho quits using lan
guage) that wouldut look well In print.
The llet UxttivcOarfield Ten' Corn
posed of Herb, It exerts a benchcial effect
upon the entiro system, regulating liver,
Lidnrvt. itoinich and toy els.
Even a fast man ma)' not make
rapid recovery when bo's ill.
-i lour reel Arne nr Hum
ret a W packaae of Allrn'a i'uut-Kaao. It ft Tea
onlck fallal. Two mllllun naekAtfe. .1.1 iMirti.
Soillcs mako a better salve for trou
ble than do frowns.
LJPJl iM mIi
ire the forerumert ol dtngerout tlieasei of die throat and lung. If
you have a cough, you can atop it with I'up't Cure. If youauSer from
hotneneaa, tots throat, bionchiu'i or palot to the lungs. Puo't Cuia will
soon restore the (nitaiej throat and lunn to ooimal, healthy condition.
An ideal remedy for children, Fiea from opiates and dangerout in
gredienta. hot half a century the toyereign remedy in thouundt of
home. Even chronic f ormi ol lung diaeaaet
RESPOND TO PISO'S CURE
Bqoquso ot thoso Ugly, grizzly, gray halra. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. a prioe, tl.00, retail.