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JrjPK 1 IN THE. LIMELIGHT
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n him m
AftcrHiifforliifr for seven s'enrst
thlnwoiiiimvnH restored lohctiltli
by Iij'dlftl3.riiiklinm'H VcRotnblo
Compound. Jtcntl licr letter.
Jlrs. Sallio Frondi, of l'nucnunln,
Intl. Tor., writes to Mrs. l'lnklmm:
"I lind fomalo troubles for seven
years was nil run-down, and so ner
toiis I could not do anything. Tlio
doctors treated mo for dllTcrcnt troubles
but did mo no good. Wlillo In this con
dltlon 1 wroto to Mrs. l'lnklmm for ad
vice and toolc Lydla 11. Mnhhnm'a Vcfjo
tablo Compound, and I am now Btrong
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydla K. Pink
ham'a Vegctalilo Compound, mado
from roots and horhs, lias been tlio
standard remoily for fenmlo ills,
and lias iositlvely cured tlmusandsol
women who have- been troubled with
displacements, in (lammat ion, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irreuularitics,
poriodio pains, backache, that bcar-ing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion,dizzlneBH,or nervous prostration.
"Why don't you try it?
Don't licsltnto towrlto to Mrs.
Pliilthniii If thcro is anything
about your sIcUiicnh you do not
underNtnnd. Sho will treat your
free. No woman over regretted
writing her. and liccauso of her
vast experiences nlio lias helped
thousands. Address, liyun,Mas
Even to China Land.
Tlio cqtial-rlchts wavo hns reached
tlio shores of China, nnd It Is reported
that u number of wives In Canton
hnvo left their husbands, .saying that
they will no longer bo subject to thnm.
Tlio vivos havo had (ho worst of It,
however, ns tlio law gives power to
Imprison them, nnd they havo had to
surfer the consequences of their rash
A Marvelous Eye Remedy.
Thoso who know whnt Intense pains
coma with sonio diseases of tlio oyo
can hardly bollovo Mitchell's Kyo
Salvo Is nblo to do nil that Is claimed
for It, but n trlnl soon convinces one
of (ho extraordinary curatlvo powers
of this llttlo remedy. Sold all over
tho United States. 1'rlco 2Gc.
An occasional fnlluro doesn't dls
courngo a hustler.
Mr, Wliutoir'a Hootlilne Hymn.
Forrhlldrna lecllilnit, of Irnn the iturta, reduce! In
tUmtimiun, llr pulu.curo. wlml collu. IBc buttlo.
A successful man Isn't necessarily ft
1'oot Ai'lin t;m .Alli'ii'it lmit.ni.o
OrrrlJ.JUIi.iliiiiinluU. Ufuuliullntl!n. HiMidfor
free trial luvkugu. A.M. oiiu.u-tl, Ui ltur, N. V
To the hungry mi bread I dry
SUCCESSOR TO HASKELL
Herman Itlddur. ctllior of tho New York
vjSTw I H,nnlH Zen""!?, who has been appointed to sue
y'v.'TVuVv I ceed Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma ns treasurer nt
tho Democratic national committee, has nlrendy
heon elosi'.y Identllled with tlio llrynu cninpalgu
In tlio east, ns he him been vice chnlimau of tlio
publicity bureau of the national eoiiiinllioe. and
bend of tlio Oormaii bureau at tho Democratic
hcaduunrlcrs. In this capacity Mr. Kidder has
been nno of tho busiest men nt headtpinrl'rs,
Tons of llryon literature In tho Gorman la-i
guago have been scuttered broadcast over tho
country through his department. Ho has nlso
been nn nctlvo member of tho eastern advisory
Mr. Itlddor Is a self-mudo man who liiu rlH-
en from poverty to wealth through his own cf
forts. Among Gorman-Americans In the entire country he Is looked up to
nnd will undoubtedly bo nblo to give vnlunblo service through Ills nblllty to
reach tho well-to-do Americans of German birth In nil pnrts of tlio country.
Mr. Itlddor has been very prominent In tho councils of his party this year,
though heforo tho nomination of Mr. Urynn ho apposed his candidacy. Ho
wns spoken of for the vlco-prcsldenllnl nomination during tho Democratic an
tlounl convention at Denver, nnd, had ho so desired, cotil Iinvo had n placo on
tho Now York Democratic stoto ticket.
Mr. Itlddor was born In Now York Mny C, 18G1, nnd secured his education
In tho schools of his native city. Ho began his business career as an errant)
boy when 11 years old, nnd at 'JO was nn Insurance agent.
His entry Into the nowspnper world wns as the publisher of tho Katlio
llschcs Volkshlatt, which ho established hi 1S78. nnd In 1880 ho founded tho
Catholic Nows. Since 1800 ho hns been tho treasurer nnd manager of tho Now
York Stnats Co It ting.
Ho waB active In tho campaigns of Grover Cleveland, and nlso been mo
Identified with many reform movements, especially those ntTcctlng German-Americans,
NAVAL WARFARE LAWS
Prof. Gcorgo Grafton Wilson, who will rcH
resent the United Slntes at the International
conference to bo held In London soon tn pre
paro laws to govern future maritime warfare,
Is n man of hut 45 years of ago, though ho has
been a professor of social and political sclonca
at Drown university since 1891. For eight years
ho has been lecturer on International law nt tho
Nowport naval war col logo and sluco I HOC has
lectured on Hint subject nt Harvard.
That ho Is n brilliant man Is testified by tho
. 41. n 1... I 1 I. I.. , .. ......
t Ik IIIUI llllll IIU lUliiri J HID 1I1IUIIIIIUUI tin IIJ'
4 MMHtbJ feH80r ut "rown nt tho- early ngo of 28 nfter
mlllJlM vcry "KPruntlccslilp as Instructor. The
v im Bill It IM average ago of professional appointments Is
WMmlam nearly 40.
Previous to entorlng upon his enrcer ns an
educator ho had studied several years abroad. Ho was gradiintod nt the ago of
2.1 from Drown hi 188(1, received his master of arts degree two years later, hit
degreo of doctor of philosophy tho following year, and then went to Kuropo
to complete his education. On tho other side of tho Atlantic ho studied ut
Heidelberg, llerlln, Paris nnd Oxford during tho years 1800 nnd 1801.
Prof. Wilson as an authority on lutornutlounl law Is considered by ex
perts ns second to none In tills country, If Indeed In tho world.
BEAT CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM
Kred I.. Body of Atlanta, owner and editor
of tlio Dally Georgian, Is a man to whom tho
state of Georgia owes an Infinitely greater debt
than he Is likely tn bo paid. I 'or ho Is tlio Indi
vidual to whoso earnest, tireless efforts Is duo
the wiping out by that state of the liifau.ous
convict lease system. It wns no slight task,
either, for a largo proportion of the peoplo of
Georgia wore sntlst!fd with the old way.
They had no state prison and Instead of ap
propriating iiionoy year oflor year fur tho ex
pense of such u system they found thomsolves
i-eeelvlug mi niinual Income from tho blood mon
ey paid them for the prisoners. That the Int
ter wore brutally treated, beaten, tortured, some,
times killed utiilor atrocious ehoimiHtniieo by
the unspcnUiblo creatures who wore placed over
them us gunrdlnns-theso things dlsturbid many Georgians not n whit. Tha
convict speculators were making money fast.
Ildllnr Seoly fought at Mist against ureal obstacles. The lirlson commis
sion refused him Information and nought to balk him at every turn. Hut hu
spent the money necessary to look Into tilings for lilmsolf. When ho found
out the honors of tlio convict camps hu compelled the legislature to meet hi
a speelnl session. Tlio legislature ordered an Invastlgutluii. Many of tho
stories told by the witnesses brought hi were nil but iiiihullcvnble. Wliltn
boys of tender years, convicted of minor thefts, wore Hogged to death by the
Htrnngnly enough, nearly half tho legislators opposed any ehango In the
system. They havo been overwhelmed, however, by the mural Huntlmont ot
tho statu, ami tho brutal slavo cnuips uporatcd under tlio ofllulul protection of
the state of Georgia Tor vhlto men ns well as bluuk will soon bo tlilnga ot tha
A woman says that all men may bo
equal, but nono are superior.
Instant Relief for All Eyes,
that are Irritated from dut, heat, nun or
wind, PKTTrrS KYK HAIjVK, 25c. All
drtiKidit or Howard Pros., Duflalo, N. Y.
The lovo ot money is tho easiest of
nil roots to cultivate.
A SUDDEN COLD.
BIlis Helen Bannrbter, ot BlBMnln 8t, fit,
Joseph, 2Ilch., write, nn Intorcitlnc letter
on tlio nutijcct of catching cold, which
cannot fntt to lio of Tnluotorttl womou Yrho
It Should bo Taken According to
Directions on tho Bottlo, at the
First Appearance of tho Cold.
St. JosKrit, Mien., Sept., 1001. Last
winter I caught ti sudden cold which
developed Into an unpleasant catarrh
ot tho head and throat, depriving; moot
my upputito nnd usual good spirits. A
friend who had been cured by l'oruna
advised mo to try it and I sent for a
bottlu nt once, and I tun glad to say that
In three days the phlegm bad loosened,
and I felt better, my nppetlto returned
and within nlnu days 1 was In my
usual good health.
Miss Helen Snuerblcr.
Vcrima is an old ami well tried remedy
for colds. No woman should bo with
Positively cured by
thoso Llttlo Tills.
They nUo rollers Dl
i1lretloumiilToaIIenrly Killing. A perfect rem
edy for Dliilnef.il, Nun
ea, l)roivliieH, Unci
Tanto In thoMoiitli, Cunt
eil Tongue, Pain In tlio
Hide, TOItPlD I.IVElt.
rtiey regulate tlio llowcU, 1'urely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Throat and Lungs
nerd uil the protection ulntt cold
tml wtx that I, obulnnl from
'iuiCui.. II rou lnjo couth
of cold, fliglil or inlou,, lictln Uk
Inj IIm i Cuia todir tntl coolinuo
until you r well. Cut. it couch
tohila It I, fih, when few dotn
tl pw i Cure mtjr U ill that you
ill nerd. Famou, lor jlf ni-en-tuiy,
llc.utit to taite. I'lralrom
eputn and lurmlul InitcditnU,
At all druisUU', 23 els.