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I" mined" u pounds
iParalstent Anaamla Cured by Dr.
Wllllama' Pink Pills After Othor
'Remedies Had Failed.
" Whon I began tnkliiR Dr. Williams'
iPink Pills," saya Mrs. Nathaniel Fluid,
of St. Albans, Somerset county, Maine,
"I was tho rutlcst, most bloodless person
' 'you could ininKiiic. My tonguo mid
gums vrcro colorless and my Angora nnd
ears were Illco wax. I hurt two doctors
nnd they iiroiiouiiccd my trou liluiuuciiilii.
Thud snclls of vomiting, could not cut,
In fnct.dld not duio to, I lind such (lis.
j trcisnftercntlng. My Moinnchwnsllllctl
with gas which caused mo awful ngony.
The lxtckncho I sulTcrcd was nt times
utmost tilibcnntblo and tho least exertion
made my heart beat no fait that I could
hardly breathe. Hut tho worst of nil was
'tho splitting neuralgia hoaduclio which
nover left mo for seven weekH. About this
timo I hud had nveml numh spell. My
limbs would bo cold and without any
feeling and tho most deathly sensations
would come over 1110.
"Nothing had bellied mo until I began
taking Dr. Williams' l'itik l'llla, in fact,
I hud grown worso everyday. After I
had taken tho pillnn shoit timo I could
sec that, they were beuelltlug mo and
ouo morning I awoko entirely freo from
ptiiu. Tho distress after eating disap
peared and in thrco weeks I could eat
auytlilugl wanted and suffer no lucoii.
yenlence. I also slept soundly, I haro
taken sevemllMixesof the pillsand havo
4 gained in-welght from I'M to 1G4 pound
, aud mil perfi-e.tly well now."
I I)?. Williniim' Pink 1'ills euro anieinia
I' because they actually miiko now blood.
I ! For rhoiimatism, indigestion, nervous
I t headaches and ninny forms of weakness
I i tliey aro recoiunieuded even if ordinary
I 'iiiedlciiieM havo failed. They aro sold by
I i :nlldruggNtH, or will bo sent postpaid, on
I I I receipt of jirieo, GO cents h.t Imix, six
I ; lxixe for $3.60, by tho Dr. Williams
I j Modlolno ComiKiuy, Schenectady, N. Y,
II J Natives Steal Many 8heep.
1 1 , A farmer nt Wlnburg, Ornngo Rlvor
I S 'Colony, alleges that in his district
1 1 J alono 21,000 Hhcep aro stolen annually
li by thn natives. On this basis ho calcu-
1 1 i latcs that .100,000 Bheop aro stoUn
I i tbroURliout tho colony ovory yoar.
I Deafness Cannot lie Cured
bf tool rpllMllnM, thrj cannot reach tha Jit
BJ, aawl r"llon of tha ar. Tlirra la unly ii. war to
J firJ-4rnt,aaltlit l.br.Miilllallcnlreiiif.ll.
larnr.a a eaui hjr an lnHmJ coti'llllm ot tha
B inuroualtnlniiut Ilia Kualaclilan Tuta. When title
BV Inhale InilaiiiM (run Into a nmtillnictounilur liu-
r pifl hrarlM, an.l when III. emlri-lr clo.a.1, Deal-
I J t"lalliarriull,amtii!ilatbelnl1aminallncnte
H I J Uaen out ani thla tuba rMium I to In normal con II-
11 llvin. Iiaaiipx will In 4r.lr.rM Meier l nine ce.e
I f "'"' "1 ar raawj lif Calarrb.whli.il l noihln-
( DalaiiluaaniajFailiil f Ihaimicmiieiirfarei.
lVaw (iiaOna lluiiJrnl ill,ra r.ir aor ca.cot
th-erneM Ic4u.et lif calarrhi that cnn,.t be furod
bf Main Catarrh Cart. hnl r.if circular. fr.
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BB ; n.nl l.r tirtili,7vu
H t Tauilall'aFainllf rule for nmillpellon.
H ? Lord Rothichlld's Tart Reply.
H Ixml nothschlld, who Is taking a
M prominent part In the cotumtsslon
j ' 'which Is considering as to tho host
B ' territory for Jewish colonisation, Is
H i tho wealthiest member of thn wealth-
M lest nnd most famous banking house
fl In tho world. Ills monetary and social
H Inflticnco suggest tho moiitirlli rather
H; 1hnu tho financier. There II a story
Bt that Jay doubt onco called upon hlm
H on hiislncss. Lord Uothschlld sent out
word that ho was too busy to seo tho
B callor. Mr. Oould, not accustomed to
M biting denied audlnnca by ntiyono, sent
piB back rather a tart repetition of his ra-
8bV uncut. After an Interval tho attendant
H' returned with this reply from Lord
pij t Uothschlld: "Tell Mr. Gould that ICu-
H) riH.t Is not for talo."
! Sounded Praises of Soap.
H t In a Kill do to etiquette published
pBHj early In tho lust century the writer
Hl r that "soup does not Irritate the
8BI completion; somn of thb ttuest com
PlB; pltaloiis we huvo known havo been
PBfl regulnrly washed with soup every day."
! Tho ssmo nutliorlty remarks that "the
piB dally bath Is now tho rule rather than
piBJ tho exception, and common seiun has
piBJ triumphed over tho decision that wash.
Ing was Injurious," And then the
H writer has a dig nt her great-grand'
H mother, "whose only nbliitloiiH con-
H sUlctl in wetting her cheeks with n
H rambrlu hniidlturrhlef dipped lit rose.
H witter." "In all our directions with ri-
H xanl to tho bitth," adds this early Vlc-
H torl.tn dlrtitlor, "It must bo borne In
H mind that wo only tefer to thon.t In
H miud statu of health."
M NCW YEAR'S CALLS.
H A Now Drink to Replace the Old-lime
H Twenty-IHti years ago tho custom of
H making Now Year's calls wuh a do-
H IlKhtful nno for nil concurned, until
H soino of tho boys gut more "egg-nog"
H or "npplo-Jack" than they could sua-
H cvssfully carry.
H Then tho ladles tried to bo clutrlt
H ably nnd tho gontleiuuu tried to bu
H 04 chivalrous us over and stand up nt
H If anyone thinks there has not been
cnnilderablo Improveiuent mndo In the
H last quarter nf a century In tho uso
B o( alcoohllc buvernges, jet him stop
1 to consider, among other things, tho
fat that the old custom of New Year's
B oaIIs and tho genteel tippling Is nearly
The custom of calling on one's
frkiuU, however, at tho beginning nf
1 tho now year, Is a good hublt, and nn-
B other good habit to start nt that timo
B Is tho uso of well-made I'ostum In-
stead of corfeo or spirits.
B A Stnten Island doctor tins a son-
B slhlo daughtor who lias set 1'ustuin
boforo her guests as n good thing to
B drink at Yulo Tide, nnd n good way
H to Ifgln tho New Year. Her father
H MM)r daughter and I have used
roitum for t)iuu time past, and wo
B feel turn It contains wholesome food
H "I shall not only recommend It to
H my patients, but my daughter will bo
H most pleased to givo a demonstration
B of rontum to our Chtlstmas and Now
B Year's callers." Head "Tho Hoad to
H Wfellvlllu" In pkga. "There's r reasaa."
Forecast of Work Likely to
be Accomplished at Short
Session of Congress
The Report on the Ship Subsidy Dill
Will Probably be an Exception to
the Rule for no General Leg
islation at Coming Ses
sion. Washington. Tho passago of tho
appropriation bills and as llttlo other
general legislation as possible. Such
In brief Is tho forecast for tho short
session of tho Fifty-ninth congress,
which begnn nt high noon Monday.
Thoro has not yet been timo for as
general nn exchnngo of views among
members na Is ordinarily desired by
leaders boforo expressing their views,
loaders before expressing their
vlows, but all seenm to regard the
present sltunton as so simple as to
need comparatively llttlo Intercourse to
arrive nt nn understanding. It is cvl
dont for various rcasoiiB that It will not
bo possible to do much on tho appro
priation hill beforo tho holidays, and
tho circumstanco may havo tho effect
of condensing tho consideration of
tho fourteen largo supply mcnsuroH
Into two months. Considering that
tho nRgrcKnto of tho appropriations to
bo considered will npproxlmnto ono
billion dollars, some senators and mem
bora express tho opinion that congress
cannot do bettor than give all ot Its
tltuo to theso measures.
Tho report on tho ship subsidy bill
probably will bo nn exception to tho
rulo for no geuornl legislation. Tho
friends of Hint measure havo novel
been moro Insistent than now. They
aro extremely hopeful and yet vary
ONLY MEN AND MONKEYS.
Vices Not Found In Other Members
of Animal Kingdom,
noston. Tlireo nddrcsscs delivered
boforo a largo audience Sunday night
brought to a close tho Social Educa
tion congress. Ilov. William M. Long
of Stamford, Conn., In dealing with
"Nature's Messago to Moral Kducn
tlon," said that man seems to bo tho
only creaturo that la Immoral, al
though the child Is born n moral ani
mal. Tho beastliness of nature In
man was shown, ho declared, In a per
sonal unclcnnllncss, tho envy and
greed aroused by tho sotting up ot
wealth against povorty, gluttony and
drunkenness and scxunl vices. Noun
of heso, ho nsserted, wns found In
thn nnlmnl kingdom except in man
TOOK PEOPLE BY STORM.
Natives Were Glad That President
Roosevelt Came to Panama.
Now York. President ltoosevelt
took tho I'annmn people by storm,
said Theodore 1. Shouts, chairman ol
tho Panama cnnnl commission, who
arrived on tho Panama line steamer
Colon, from Colon. Mr. Shouts spoke
enthusiastically of tho recent visit ol
tho chief oxecullvo and declnred thnt
work on tho canal wuh progressing
under batlsfactory condltloim. During
his tnlk with tho nuwupaper men. Mr.
Shouts took occasion to deny that his
daughter Theodora had hecomo en
gaged to it titled foreigner.
Honor Memory of Hay.
Philadelphia. Lauded as n diplo
mat who tempered statecraft with tho
golden rule, tho Into John Hay wns
honored by tho Jewish people of this
city Sunday, when n handsome me
morial window to tho .dond secretary
of stnto wits unveiled nt Koneseth
Israel temple. Tho exorcises, attend'
od by Secretary of Stnto Kllhu lloot.
Oscar Straus, Andrew X White, ex
minister to Russia and (leriunny. to
othor with nix membeiH of tho Hay
family, were aiming tho most striking
over held In a Jewish synagogue.
For Care of Consumptives.
Atlanta, On. Tho American Antl
Tuborculosls lengue, uudor tho presi
dency of Dr. Oeorgo Drown, of At
lanta, Is planning for tho Introduction
lu tho legislature In ovory stnto In
tho union bills to secure uniform leg
islation for tho care of Indigent con
sumptives nnd to prevent tho spread
of tho disease. This plan will bo laid
before tho next mooting of tho league.
Tho co-operation nt government ottl
clals, national, stnto nnd municipal, U
to bo asked to forward the measure
Murdered and Robbed Three Men.
Kl Puso, Texns. After n desporate
fight with oillcors, during which ho
was shot sovernl timo, A. It. Sib
loy, tho sheopbuyer. who is alleged to
havo murdered nnd robbed D. M.
Cawthorn nnd J. W. Itnlstun nnd an
other rnucher on threo successive
days, lu Valvordo county, was captured
lu tho mountains near Sanderson, nnd
Is now In jail, believed to bo mort
ally woundod. Tho clrcumstancos nt
tending tho threo murders aro said
to hnvo been almost lilontlcM.
WORK IN SALT LAKE CITY
Utah Coal Companies on the Grill and
Sematlonal Evidence Secured
Against These Corporations.
Salt Lako City. Tho conclusion oi
tho Intcrstato commerce commission
on Friday was no less sensational
tlinu tho entire proceedings havo been.
Tho Utah Fuel nnd allied coal com
panies were on tho grill, nnd the evi
dence secured ngnlnst theso corpora
lions was uglier, If possible, than thnt
secured against tho Union Paclflc
railroad and coal companies at the
It wns asserted by witnesses on Fri
day that tho Utah Fuol mid allied
compnulcs with tho Klo Grande rail
road system, not only secured control
of the coal deposits of Utijli by Win
chester persuasion, but for yenrs hold
full sway over tho wires of tho West
ern Union, thus holding nil possible
means of getting relief which might
bo sought by tho would-ho Independ
Testimony wns submitted which
showed that tho comblnd of Ilia
Ornndo and Hlo Ornndo Western nnd
their nllled coal companies secured
the largest portion of tho vast coal de
posits In Routhorn Utah; owned tin
only means of transportation, thus
controlling tho supply on Utnh mar
kets, and wob dictator supremo of tha
Utah coal situation.
Armed thugs, It wns naMd, were
hired by tho conl compitB B) n Cap
bon Mid other counties .), n
any would-be IndepcndoiBerB,
and theso thugs plnycd thBBBl
Shooting was common -BBB),'!!
rights nnd feuds over AwAwAwjr J
coal lnnds nnd tho courtRaBajBaaBCncd
at by tho men placed In charge of the
Secret rntcs were describe. Chnrlc.
Livingston, n former omph -o of the
Utnh Fuel company, nssertli A thnt liK
company onJoed n one-hn' cent per
100 pounds per mllo rnto n freight
This rnte, which wns fnr lelow the
regular tariff rate, was en yed until
August of tho present yenr
NEWHOUSE INVESTS 5 I ILLION3.
Millionaire Mine and 8me r Owner
Shows His Fnlth In tah.
Salt Lake City. Tho m j glgnntlc
Individual deal In commeriljl real es
toto over attempted In SnltlJiko City
and ono of tho most ImpoVant and
.IgnMcnnt transactions of ItfAliid tho
west has known In year-twos con
summated hero Frldny -. when
Samuel Newhousc, tho-Wl-mllllon-aire
mining magnate n VS city, se
cured tho final option ""rMhlni
control of .pactlfJJlJHy,
block ot property In thWBaBTo Salt
take's retail buylnessv-V-lct and
threo big corners outsldowj block In
Its Immediate vicinity Pal thrcoj
nuartors of n mllo of tusm W strool
frontago and cloven down'lljjn bush
noss comers. .ri , .
Tho deal Involves n consVyftitlon ol
11,000,000, to bo paid out 1 1 J cash for
tho property now held undoiloptlon by
Mr. Nowhouso within the next sixty
days; tho expenditure of $5,000,000 In
Improving tho property, Including the.
erection of two sky-scrapers, and fra
illy tho Immedhito acquisition of mor
property In tho vicinity of tho hall
State Funeral at Bolie.
Dolso. Ida. Tho funeral of tho late
Frank W. Hunt, former governor of
tho state, was held Friday, nil tho
honors that wero duo because of tho
position ho had held being extended.
From 10 to 2 o'clock tho remains lay
In stnto lu tho capllol guarded by
detail of tho United Statcrf troops and
representative of tho Knights Tom,
plar. At 2 o'clock tho remain wont
removed to St. MIchnol'H Kplscopnl
-nthedrnl. Dlshop Funstou delivered n
short address, after which tho sorvlco
of tho Knights Templar wns road.
Cotton Exchange Opened.
Uverpool. Tho Prlnco of Wnles,
who wns nccoinpnnled by tho princess,
on Friday opened tho now cotton ox
chance here, a handsome building
which has Just been completed at a
cost of $1.7M).000. In his speech tho
prlnco referred to tho efforts being
mndo to develop tho cultivation of
Drltlsh grown cotton with tho object
In view of making tho DrltUh cotton
spinners pnrtlnlly Independent of ton
elgn supplies, nud snld ho had fol
lowed the developments with great In
terest nnd hoped tho movement ulti
mately would bo successful,
Killed by Falling Walls.
San Francisco. lWdlo Cuueo, aged
11, was killed, and his companion,
Josoph Castro, aged 10, was badly
Injured Friday afternoon by falling
bricks which were blown from tho
top of cno of tho ruined walls of tho
Pnlnco hotel, Tho bricks fell on tho
Market street side and Immediately
after the accident tho police strttched
ropes across tho street for the purposu
of preventing further ucchlents As
I n result tho cars running on Market
strcot were tied up fur some tlino.
I Wreck Caused by Operator.
Lynchburg. Va. The cause of tha
awful wreck near Lawyers station
ton miles south of this city, Thursday
j morning, In which President Samuel
Spencer and his party of prominent
Now York und Diiltlmore men lost
their lives, Is laid absolutely ot tht
door of C. D- Muttoax, tho operatoi
who was lu choigo of the block tele,
graph station nt Rangoon. Muttoax,
who disappeared uftor being relloved
loss than on'e hour afur the aroldcut
has not been found
II. S. Glenn, a brnkemnn, fell under
tho wheels of n freight train at Wil
cox, Wyoming, nnd suffered lnjurlos
which proved fatal.
The coal situation In tho Ynkliim
valley, of Washington, Is growing
worso. The weather Is colder and
somo families are suffering,
According to the annual report
mndo public last week, the gold pro
ductlon of mines of the Black Hills
for the pnBt year was G,9SG.90(), a
decreased ot $250,000.
Howard M. O'Hitver of Denver Is
dead from Injuries received by being
run down by nn automobile driven by
MIsb Dlrdle Appell, n young daughter
of J. S. Appell, n prominent merchniit
Nicholas De .Inusspininl. second as
sistant engineer of the Olobo Naviga
tion company's Bteamer i.ureku, wns
drowned nt Scnttlu lu falling from a
gang plnnk thnt led from the whnrf
to tho boat.
John Walker of Dos Moines. In., ar
rested charged with holding up and
robbing women as they alighted from
street cars In n fashionable residen
tial section, mode nu unsuccessful at
tempt at suicide In tho city Jail.
A dcnl was consummated In San
Francisco last week by which Senntor
Georgo S. Nixon ot Nevada and
Oeorgo Wlngfleld, who recently effect
cd a $50,000,000 merger of mines la
tho Goldflold district, acquired tha
Combination mines, mills nnd watei
power in tho Goldfleld camp.
Mrs. Julia Thulko and her son hare
been captured at Farnie, D. C, and
will bo brought back to Spokano.
Mrs. Thulko Is accused of obtaining
$3,000 from Charles Do Ncff, an old
Gorman farmer, having persuaded
him to glvo her his money "for saf
keeping" on tho cvo of their wedding
Word comes from Drltlsh Columbia
that tho Hindoos Imported to work on
railroad construction are suffering In
tensely from tho cold, not being pro
vided with clothing suited to this cli
mate. It Is said sovernl of tho Hin
doos have perished nnd thnt low torn
pcrattiro nnd thin garments aro tho
Tho chief point brought out In tho
trial of oidncy -ioaiio for tho murdci
of his father at Seattlo wns the tes
timony ot Charles Coleman that tho
defendant was a petty thief who
tapped their cash register and robbed
tho slot machlno In his father's store
(Tho defenso Is trying to provo mental
A"gTganTlc mining stock Rwlndle,
from which Dr. J. Grant Lyman, ot
Now York, Is declared to hnvo real
ized $300,000 within thirty days, wai
uncovered nt Ooldlleld by tho arrest
of h. H. iJitlmor, his secretary, and a
statement mado by Sheriff Dradlcy
that ho has wired Instructions to tha
chief of pollco at Pasadena, Cat., to
Claude Shen, n young man from
near Ileno, Nevada, was taken to Og
den last week Raftering from frozen
feet. Ho wns token to tho hospital
for mcdlcnl treatment, In the hope ot
saving his feet, though the physicians
who are caring for him fear tho In
juries are too serious to bo nblo to
save them entirely. j
Tho Harmony Lutheran church ot.
tho Laramlo plain, Just organized,
having determined to erect n log
moating placo on tho ngreed site,
called for volunteers lo chop und
haul tho logs from tho forest lu tho1
mountain. Tho response wns so
hearty that the congregation voted
unanimously to begin the erection ot
tho building without further delay
August Trailing, one of the pioneer
merchants of Wyoming once mem
ber of tho territorial legislature ot
Wyoming, member of tho board ol
county commissioners and mayor ot
Ijirauile, died nu the 20th nt his homo
east of Utnimle. of pneumonia
About 150 citizens of Ontario, Ore,
hold up a westbound freight trnlu m
13 o'clock nt night nud ordered tho
engineer nnd conductor to switch
from tho train four cars of coal. Tho
order was obeyed nnd tho conl famlna
lu Ontario for a time Is settled.
Articles have been signed by rep
resontatlves of Jno Guns nnd Kid
Herman ami tho Casino Athletic club
for a, finish fight for the lightweight
championship of tho world, to tnko
place at Tonopah, Nevada, on Now
Year's day, for a purso of $20,000.
Wool producers havo complained
that thn shrinkage reports from nos
ton, Philadelphia and othor wool cen
ters was greater on Wyoming wool
than others, and tho exHrlmeut sta
tlon haB begun tests to determine tha
exact fchrlukago of wool lu scouring
Dclclnn Palmor shot nnd killed her
cousin, William D. Palmer nt tha
home of her father, near Albany. Oro
Apparently there was no provocation
for tho act. Tho woman formerly was
an Inmate of an asylum Following
tho shooting she became violently In
Fred A. Shepperd was hanged at
tho penitentiary at Salem Ore., on
the 30th, for the murder ot Denjamln
F. Seoll In Crook county. Sept 21. On
tho scaffold Shepord confessed the
murder nnd said some one was guilty
I with him, but he did not give the
la tha political lexloon "unmaakH"
a tha term applied to a membsr ol
die opposing party who has been slan
dered, and tho term "slandered" Is ap
piled to one or tho faithful who hat
fceon unmasked, Louisville Courier-.Journal.
Philosophy of Rlchti.
Getting rich Is a matter of denying
yourself the things yim want so us to
be able lo have them when tin. no
longer exist St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Need of Information.
The learned traveler had delivered
his great lecture on tin- miiniicrH alio
customs of Japan.
"And now." he snld. In conclusion
"I shall be pleased to nniwer nuos
tloiiB pertnlnlng lo any peeullniltlet
of this Interesting people upon vhicli
I may not hae touched In my dls
"Professor," eagerly asked a yonnj
mnrrled woinnn In the audience, "what
do the Japanese do to plum Juice tc
mako It Jell?"
UTAH IMPLEMENT CO.
Makes Statement Through Its Presi
dent. Since there haH been n gieat deal
of publicity given the Utah Implement
Company, ot Salt Lake, recently, ow
ing to nn action brought ngnlnst tho
management by live ot tho stock
holders who had been maliciously mis
led Into a belief that their Interests
were not being properly handled, I
doom It ndvlsahlo to let tho public
know that Investigation proved tho
charges to bo without foundation, and
that tho complaint was withdrawn,
I and tho officers of the compnny ex
onerated from tho charges brought
against them, and tho case dismissed.
Tho company Is solvent nnd the busi
ness of tho compnny 1b progressing as
usual, nnd wo thank our many friends
for their expressions of confidence nnd
Bupport, which wo will endeavor to
aaterlt In tho future ns wo have In tho
UTAH IMPLEMENT CO.,
Dy SI. D. Whitney, President.
Deadly Southern Punch.
"If you think thoy drink liquor hero
.n New York." said tho southern man,
as thoy began to mix tho punch tho
ambulanco goes with, "tako n llttlo
trip to Atlanta and try tho artillery
punch thoy mako there. It looks Ilka
lemonnde, but, well, I waked up four
days attor." N. Y. Press.
"Most actors admire ShakespcAre."
"Somo do," answered Mr. Storming
ton Dames. "Others are too 'busy
thinking of how 8hakespearo would
admire them If ho could only see them
do his plays." .
Man's Whole Duty. H
lie who Is truthful, Just, merclfial BJJ
and kindly, does his duty to hla raca, BJJ
and fulfills his great end In creation, BjJ
no mntter whether tho rays of hla life
are not visible beond the walls of his , BJJ
household or whether they strike th BJJ
endi of the earth Lord Lytton,
Imitating Life. H
News comes that Wliard Durbank
has succeeded In pioduclng an apple
that M sweet on ono side and sour
on tho othei That's Just like life, the f
sweet with the gall. L
REDUCED RATES V
From Utah and Idaho to All Points k
East and Return, via the Santa Fe. PBaMF
Fmm Ogden nnd Salt Lake City to: ' I ' '
Missollll liter points $32.00
St. Louis $39.50
I'mporlloiiate rates from Idaho and I
other points. Dates of sale. Nov. 20th
and Dee. 1Mb, P.mii Return mnlt, UU
daH. Send for literature. I
C. F. WAUHCN. Agent A. T. ft S. F.
Hy.. -Ill Dooly Hlk.. Salt Lake City,
The Middle Class Novels. I
Is It true Unit the modern Kngllsh B
novel reader In list upon hearing I
about the ilch or the great? I can
hardly think so. when I remember tha I
many successful work of Mellon deal
InK with costers and Scottish minis
ters, Journalists and typists, actresses
and novelists. Thn Dlsiaell typo ot
novel seems almost extinct, and the
great hulk of works ot fiction dents
with the middle classes tondoa
Townsend'-s Enamel Cream
Wakea altraeilrr farta Imtnvdlatolr Superior
to lac ioIrrt. Ila ua la not dt ladit.
For ! awary what. Prlo 30 ont
Union Assay Office
M. a. muk. . o. o iaa
I 4 V. aSOllR. aLT l OITV. UTAN
You ought to own
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