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Now It's tho cold storngo euro for
'Almost any candldato is a promis
Tho air continues to bo n poor plaoo
In which to do fancy work.
Our Idea of nothing to feel
vibut Is losing a Job as aviator.
Tho excursion girl now sweetly
changes Into tho niatlnoo maid.
It will bo Thanksgiving day for
Jtalyif she finally saws a limb off Tur
key. Tlght-sklrtcd women hobbling to
catch a car aro as funny as a sack
The slaughtor of an aviator now and
then has almost ceased to bo a mat
5er of news.
Soon tho lover of lako sports will
' Irish to exchango his bathing suit for
a pair of skates.
Bohemia has a woman member of
parliament. Showing tho truo Bohe
mian spirit, as it were.
Do you supposo tho government will
Set any nearer the telephone trust
than a long-distance call?
Canada sold 50,000,000 lobstors last
winter New York will have to huBtlo
to live up to Its reputation.
Tho girl with tho coat of seashore
tan now looks sympathetically at her
pale-faced, stay-at-home slstors.
A python in tho New York zoo eats
tmt ono meal a year. This reduces
bouskeoplng costs to a minimum.
If It were not for tho old warshlpB
what would the young warships havo
to shoot at in targot practice?
Lemons aro becoming more expen
sive, but it is probable that many of
thorn will still bo banded around.
Antiquarians havo discovered an
other Venus, doubtless without first
Setting tho consent of their wives.
Tobacco is now grown in Kansas,
and several new brands of Havana
dears will soon bo put on tho market
London telegraph company is hiring
Slrls to ' replaco messenger boys.
Loavo it to a girl to carry messages.
Baltimore policemen must not play
dominoes on Sunday. Probably it is
,tho one game that they don't play at
A New York man Is reported to
havo borrowed $3,500 from his laun
dress. If she had it it is quito pos
sible. Any movement to restrain the nctlv
Itlea of the genlUB who designs freak
hoes for men will deserve public ap1
Among all tho adjectives that havo
been applied to tho costumes that tho
Slrls, are wearing now wo haven't
An nrtist whb painted $10 bills has
been arrested. Painting $10 bills does
not seom to bo any more profitable
than gliding lilies.
In Philadelphia all women under
thirty are "girls." Philadelphia, tho
chivalrous and altruistic, Is proving
Itself tho City of Brotherly Lovo to
tho lono sisters.
An English actor who woro a corset
has died as tho result of tight lacing.
Evidently tho manager declined to
1to blm a fat part
While a Kansas woman was trying
to kiss a bulldog tho animal bit her
lip. It seems difficult for some Kan
sas bulldogs to acquire good man
ners. Playing cards has been traced back
to tho year 800 A. D. It Is safo to pro
umo that the police of those days
fathered in their graft Just as merrily
A KansaB City man who went to bed
one night, leaving $1,700 in his
trousers pocket, haB registered a vow
that bo will not be so careless again.
Ho is trying to accumulate another
.Fluffy Bklrts saved a woman from
drowning In tho Chicago river. Tho
moral Is that women who feel that
they must wear tight skirts should
avoid falling into that historic!
Thero wero fourteen billion tele
phono calls in tho United States last
year. Do you wonder that tho llnea
wero sometimes busy?
,,Sodnd proof floors In apartment
Buildlnga are a grand Institution, but
until tho sound proof baby is inventod
?$&, H' fjomobody Is suro to complain.
Kow It appears that tho English
beauty who planned to Beo tho United
States in two days 1b an actress.
Score another point for tho alert press
A person with a highly metaphorlo
tasto has called Central Amorlca "tho
ck" of this hemisphere. Which, of
eourso, makoa Niagara tho boll on it
"After tho wlfo, tho husband is the
mst Important person in tho house,"
declares a London pollco magistrate.
Another Jolt for tho mother-in-law.
Dictionaries explaining foreign Ian-
gmiges can now be brought into this
country frco of duty and tho mystery
, et the French bill of fare should event'
'ttUy to cleared up. M
Mr. "William A. Hartford will answer
questions and kIvo udvlco FltEK OF
COST on till subjects pertaining to tho
subject of building, for tho readers of this
paper. On account of his wide oxpcilanco
as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, ho
Is, without doubt, tho highest authority
on all theso subjects. Address all Inquiries
to William A. Radford, No. ITS West
Jackson boulevard, Chicago, 111 , and only
ncloso two-cent stamp for reply.
It Is sometimes quito a problem to
design & house of medium size and
moderate cost for a largo family. If
ono is able to put up a residence of
unlimited bIzo with wings and ells
and third-story additions, nt the same
tlmo having no thought as to the cost,
tho task of tho architect In providing
suitable accommodations for all tho
members of a largo household Is com
paratively easy. All he has to think
of Is tho architectural effect; and,
other things being equal, tho larger
tho houso tho moro beautiful nnd Im
posing It is from an architectural
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First Floor Plan.
standpoint. Unfortunately, however,
or rather fortunately, tho great ma
jority of home builders in this coun
try have to count tho cost and havo
to figure to get tho required accom
modations In a residence of medium
size and cost.
And it Is Just this which has
brought the science of house planning
to such perfection during tho past
four or five years. Architects have
made a special study of tho require
ments of tho small or medium Blzed
rosldenco with tho result that today
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American house planning has reached
a degree of perfection never before
Tho houso Illustrated herewith is
ono of theso designs. In size 29 feet
6 Inches by 3G feet and costing $3,000
this houso gives nmplo accommoda
tions for a largo family. Tho first
floor is very little broken up, iriost of
tho space being given to tho largo
living room, 13 by 28 feot; tho dining
room, 13 by 18 feet, and tho largo cen
tral stair hall connecting theso two
rooms. Thus moro than threo-fourths
of tho cntlro downstairs space is avail
able for activities of tho homo life.
Tho largo porch, 2G feet C inches by
7 feet, forms a valuable addition also
to this space.
Tho second floor, on tho other
hand, 1b divided Into fivo bedrooms,
each rathor Bmall, yet largo enough
for all practical purposes. Each bed
room has a clothes closet in conneo
.ion. Tho general design and exterior ap
pearanco of this house la of a type
which right now is enjoying a great
Second Floor Plan.
popularity. It Ib exceedingly simple,
being squaro and plain and without
ornamontatlon, yet tho low hip roof,
tho grouping of tho windows, tho pro
jecting sill courses and tho general
proportion of tho parts unlto to mako
this a very pleasing design.
Cement plaster on wood lath la tho
method of construction used for thin
design. Stucco siding has been used
almoBt to tho entiro exclusion of clap
boards, shingles, etc., on all houses
built during tho past three or four
years and has proved entirely satis
factory. When this form of siding
waa first introduced tho claim was
made for it that no painting would
evor bo required ovor it. Eiporlonco
has proved otherwise, however, espe
cially is cltlca wkere there Is a. great
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deal of smoko and dirt coment plaster
walls require brightening up with
paint the samo as any other surface
Thoro aro special paints andprcpara
tlons for this purpose which do dou
bio duty in this reBpect, nctlng both
aa a waterproofing coat nnd as an
artistic coloring. Coment plaster
does not require painting so often ns
clapboards it is truo. Ono coat every
fivo years should bo enough to keep
the building In first clasB condition In
As a general thing tho coment plas
tcr siding is liked bccau&o It gives
tho impression of permanence nnd
durability at a cost only slightly in
excess of that for clapboards. At tho
s.uno tlmo It affords a slight protec
tion against flro, oven though wood
lath Is used. With metal lath the
coment plaster coating may becomo a
This design, combining theso deslr
ablo modern features of materials, In
terior nrrangoraeni and exterior ap
pearanco Is ono of the best yet pro
Old Church Near Elba, In Michigan,
Has Had a Most Interesting
An old Indjnn church, muto relic of
a bygono ago, still stands on the
Augerot fnrm, near tho little village of
Elba, In Michigan.
Tho old structure la a century old
and it has been over fifty years since
its walls echoed to tho hymns of the
Standing in tlio mlddlo of a large
Held of yellowing oats, tho old church
rears Its squaro mission steeple. It
serves ns a monument to tho onco
powerful tribe of Nlplsslng Indians.
For many years tho church has
been used ns a granary and store
house. A slant root shed has been
added to one side for tho storing of
Implements. Tho altar and pows are
gone, and where onco the redskin
knelt in prayer now lay heaps of
Erected as It wns In tho days of log
houses, tho church was a triumph ol
tho buildor's art at that time. Tho
masslvo timbers aro aB firm and
strong as they were a hundred years
ago. it is said to havo been the first
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building in theso parts Bided with
boards, it was plastered at ono time,
but this has fallen oaf.
On the heavy pine dcor can bo seen
tho tracing of w hat appears to be a big
round sun, probably symbolical of tho
Previous to about 1850 tho country
In this vicinity belonged to tho Nlpls
slng Indian reservation. Tho trlbo
had throe largo villages, Ono winter
smallpox got into the villago and hun
dreds of tho red men died. Tho Uibo
beenmo so small that tho government
opened the reservation to tho whites.
And today not an Indian remains.
Now York Times,
Early Morning Exercise,
It Is a good habit to go to bed early
enough to rise In timo for a little
exercise preliminary to tho hath. For
tho normal Individual a Uttlo simple
exercise cither with simple apparatus
Hko tho chest weights, or without
any apparatus at. an, will bo suffi
cient to start tho circulation and to
creato an appotlto for his morning
meal. Make It n rulo to practlco somo
callsthenlc movements, each morning.
It 13 better to do that regularly than
to tako a vigorous cour&o of exercise
for a short period of tlmo, and then
tako no exercise at all. This simple
proceduro will keep the, heart and
musculnr system In a fairly normal
Mrs. Murphy's Idea.
Thero wero two suitora after Mary
Ann Murphy's hand. Ono was grocer
O'FIaherty, whom her father and moth
er strongly urged her to mnrry, and
tho other was saloonkeeper FInnegan.
Mary, herself, favored the latter and
mnrrlcd him despite all her father and.
mother could say and do.
Ono day after she was settled In her
new homo sho came down to seo he
parents and exhibited n now gold
watch her husband had given her.
"Ahl" said her mother disapprov
ingly. "If ye took my device and your
father's advice, Mary Ann, 'tlsn't a
gold watch yo'd bo hnvln' In yor pock
et, but a good eight-day clock."
Tho best way to keep black Ieathoi
shoes from looking worn, nnd also
from breaking, Is to dip a small flan
nel rag in olive oil nnd rub it Into
tho leathor; l it needs furthor rub
blng or wiping, tnko a fresh, dry flannel
rag aiid go over It This method is
good for tho woman in mourning, a?
It keops hor footwear black without
polishing it, and provldta a dialed flu
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UR photograph shows a characteristic scene during tho western campaign trip of Woodrow Wilson,
governor is on tho rear platform of his prlvato car greeting tho citizens of Marlon, lud.
RANGER REAL HERO
Fire Fighters Face Great Dan
gers in Forest.
How Pulaski, by Coolness and Bravery,
Prevented the Loss of Thirty.
Five of His Crew In
New York. Prof. "Welling, tanned
and toughened by his summer's work
in tho Coour d'Aleuo national forest
reservation, held hla eastern visitors
spellbonnd with stories of tho fight ho
had helped to make against the fearful
forest fires, says tho Youth's Compan
ion. Ho had geno out, with two othors,
under government commission, to
study tho forest and, coming back in
August, they had mot tho fifes nnd
spent almost a mouth in fighting tholr
way out of them.
"There are real men among thoso
forest rangers," ho went on. "In fact,
thero Ib no placo for nnythlng that Is
not genuine up thero. The most thrill
ing story of heroism that I havo heard
in a long tlmo Is tho story of Ranger
Puluskl. It did not happen In tho part
of tho reservation whoro I was, but I
can vouch for Its truth, for I havo
talked with somo of tho men who
wero with him.
"Pulaski had forty men under him,
and they had been fighting a big flro
for hours. Suddenly tho wind rose un
til it blew n gale. Tho flro got beyond
them, and it became a question of
saving tho lives of tho men. Thoy
wero many miles from a railroad or a
"Pulaski remembered that about a
mllo from whero fhey wero working
was an abandoned mine shaft that ran
back about forty feet Into tho hillside,
lie ordered tho men to snatch tholr
blankets from tho camp nnd run for
this shaft. Onco thoro, they packed
themselves like sardines Into tho hole.
Pulaski placed himself at tho opening
iimi sireicuen n uianitoL across u.
In a fow minutes tho flro overtook
them. Tho blanket at tho opening
caught and Pulaski Jerked It away.
Again nnd again this was dono, and
when tho supply of blankets ran low
he held tho burning fragments across
tho mouth of tho shaft with his baro
"Tho suffering of tho men from tho
heat and smoke wns pitiful. Thoy
were fairly maddoncd by it, nnd somo
of them mado a wild attempt to push
tholr way out of tho shaft. For a
while Pulaski held them back by sheer
physical strength, for ho was an un
usually strong man. Hut he know that
ho must soon be overpowered and that
tho men, in their frenzy, would rush
out to certain death. Ho drow his re
volver and told thom that ho would
kill tho first man who . attempted to
break away. Tho men know that ho
meant It, too, and that knowledge
brought thom back to reason.
"It wasn't moro than twenty minutes
before tho worst of tho flro had passed
tho shaft. When it was safo to crawl
out thoy found that fivo of tho men
woro dead from suffocation, but tho
othor thirty-five wero nil right. Pulns.
kl himself was blinded nnd burned, but
his sight 'was partly restored. Ho lost
five men, to bo sure, but with less
cuurago and presenco of mind he
would have lost them all. I tako off
my hat to such a man. Ho is a real
Winston Is Fearless.
London. Winston Churchill, first
lord of tho admiralty, denounced tho
efforts ot tho suffragottoa to break hla
meeting hero as "woman's uncivilized
Tubers anc' Tomatoes on Same Stalk.
, Rod Hill, Pa. Elmer Clemraer
grafted n tomato and potato stalk, and
as n result tho plant bore eight pota
toca and threo tomatoes of excellent
ROYAL SUITE FOR MANUEL
King George of England Offers Ex
Sovereign of Portugal Living Apart
ments In Kensington Palace.
London. King Georgo has offered to
King Manuel n suite In Kensington
palace. Thus another foreign royalty
becomes more or lees a burden on tho
taxpayers ot Great Britain. At pres
ent Manuel occupies a houso at Rich
mond. If he accepts tho rooms In
KltoB palace ho will havo aa fel-
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WILSON ON HIS WESTERN
LIBERTY BRIDE GETS WORK
Mrs. Washburne Gets Employment on
Magazine as Part of Pre-Nup-
Los Angeles, Cal. In conformity to
her part of a prenuptlal contract that
caused comment from all sections of
tho country, Mrs. Charles Wa3hburno,
until a few days ago Miss Helulz
Chandler, obtained a position with tho
firm by which her husband 1b em
ployed. The company publishes a magazine,
and Mrs. Washburne will do illustrat
ing for it.
A part of tho prenuptlal contract,
which, as a whole, provided for the
greatest per&onal liberty on tho part
of husband and wife, specified that
each should earn an Independent live
lihood, nnd should sharo tho expenses
of maintaining a homo and of caring
for children, should nny result from
"Tho nccount of my mother being
prostrated and moaning over the dls
graco I havo brought upon her aro
merely trash," said Mrs. Washburne.
"I havo rccolved several tolegramo of
congratulation and commendation
from my mother since my marriage."
MUCH CEMENT FOR CANAL
When Latest Million Barrels 13 Used
Total Cost WHJ Have Reached
Washington. When tho latest mil
lion barrels of cement purchased have
been used In construction work on
the Panama canal tho amount of ce
ment employed in tho building of tho
big ditch will havo reached a total of
2.200,000,000 pounds. Tho C03t of
this item of construction reaches fG,
500,000. If tho barrels which con-
t.-ilnntl ih( pnmont -miM ho n1nnrw1
ond to end thov wouid Cvtend 2.300
NO FAITH IN EGYPTIAN GODS
"Reincarnated Daughter of Pharaoh"
Says She Has Rejected Artist
St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Ralph Cheslcy
Ott, "reincarnated daughter of Pha
raoh," who Is 3ulng her noted nrtist
husband for a divorce, now denies that
sho ever had faith In tho old Egyptian
gods. Sho adda that when her two
children came sho utterly lost all faith
In her husband's fantastic belief, and
now, if sho can recover her children
through tho courts, sho will bo satis
fied with realities and forget the
dream-talk and thsosophy of Mr.
Ott is now in SpringSeld, Mo., with
tho two young children, and Is expect
ed to file a general denial to his wlfo's
dlvorco charges this week. Accord
ing to their stories, the wao the Prin
cess Amncra 5,000 ,ears ago, and ho
was an nrtist In the, employ of her
haughty fa'h'er, Pharabh. As In their
modern romance, It was n caso of love
at first sight when the princess and
tho crtlst met for tho first time In tho
queen's chamber o" tho Great Pyra
mid. Ott's modern meeting of his 5,000-year-old
Ideal was at University City,
after ho had returned from a commis
sion to study Egyptian architecture for
E. a. Lewis. Sho waa then Miss Jano
Schauffert, an urtlst'B model.
In discussing her alleged orstwhllo
tenets, Mrs. Ott denied tho authorship
of tho article In regard to her faith,
which woro published over what was
claimed to bo her signature and she
vilified tho poor old gods of Egypt
Of her husband and children, sho
declnred that sho had heard nothing
clnco sho left them with relatives of
Mr. Ott In Sprlngflold.
Among othor things In her divorce
low residents tho duko of Argyll and
PrlncesB Louiso, Princess Henry of
Uattenburg, mothor-ln-law of King Al
phonso, and tho countess Qicnvlllo.
KITTEN GIVES AN
Lends Mother to Where Child Hangs
Head Downward on Amusa-
Venice, Cal. A kitten saved twelve-year-old
Ollvo' HendeiEOQ. of this
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FALSE TEETH LEGAL TENDER
Bartender Accepts Molars for Beer In
Lieu of Nickel From Man
Kansas City, Mo. Into Tony's place
at -402 Main street camo tho man with
a permanent thirst. Ho sidled up to
tho bar and in a husky whisper an
nounced to Jerry, tho red-headed bar
tender: "Sny, Do, I got to havo a drink nn'
there's no use dlscussln' nny compro
mise. I'd rather drink than eat an'
my stomach craves food. Jus' to show
you I'm all right, even If I hain't got
no money, an' I'm slncero an' all that,
hero's my false teeth for ono bowl of
suds man's slzo an' shy th' collar. Do
I cash 'em In?"
"You do," replied tho bartender, and
took the man's upper and lower mas
ticators without so much as a "bat of
"I'll bo back and redeem 'cm to
night," assured tho Jag.
"if you don't I'll fit another man to
'em," warned Jerry as he wrapped tho
molars In a piece of tissue paper and
rang them up In tho cash register as
FEEL PULSE AROUND WORLD
Harvard University Physicians With
New Instrument Get "Long Dis
tance" Heart Beats.
Cambridge, Mass. That It Is possi
ble for a physician to noto tho heart
beats of a patient who may be on tho
other bldo of the world Is tho asser
tion of Dr. Percy K Drown of tho
Harvard Medical school. An in
strument devised for that purposo
has been installed In tho Harvard Med
ical school. Doctor Drown says:
"With tho proper attachments tho
heart beats could be registered around
tho world. All tho patient has to do
Is to placo tho hands in warm salt
water and tho electric current, with
the hands tho positive and negatlvo
poles, la carried by wires to tho In
strument, which shows tho heart
petition Mrs. Ott alleges drunkenness
and cruelty, Btatlng that on several
occasions her husband had slapped her
in tho presenco of company. It Is
also stated that on ono occasion tho
elder Mrs. Ott, her mother-in-law, or
dered hor from tho houso.
PIANO IN WRECK SAVES LIFE
Barrier That Fences
It at Time of CraGh
Sheridan, Wyo. His piano fencing
him into a small open space In his car
of household goods was all that saved
J. S. Doyle of McCook, Neb., from be
ing crushed to death whon a Burling
ton train in which ho wa3 on his way
homo crashed Into somo empty cara
north of Sheridan.
Oni of tho seven horses In tho car
was , .lied. Doyle was badly bruised
and cut, but after his Injuries woro
dressed In tho Shorldan hospital ho
was ablo to continue- his Journoy to
NEW SEA SERPENT IN VENICE
Looks Like a Shark and Has Face
Like Gila Monster, and Every
Venice, Cal. Ono of tho queorest
deep-sea creatures ever seen horo was
brought In by a fisherman. It is fivo
feet In length, black and green mot
tled, with a tail llko a shark. It has
n dorael fin and four foot shaped Ilka
thoso of a parrot. Its mouth resem
bios that of a Gila monster, whllo lta
head Is a ropllca on a largo scalo ol
that of a California horned toad.
The child and tho kitten had gona
for a walk and nftor a tlmo tho kitten
returned nlono. When It drew tho at
tention of tho gtrl'B mother It started
away, but returned and renewed lta
cries when sho fnllod to follow. Whon
It started again tho mother followed.
Tho kitten led the way to tho end
ot an amusement pier, where tho child
was found hanging head downward
from a largo spike in a pile Sho had
fallen from tho nler and her clothing
bad caught on .fye spike. She wa
jrescuod barely coaaotoua, '
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to dream of, daro to do. JanieB Hu
Hed .Cross Ball Bluo gives double valua
for your money, rocs twice as far as apy
other. Aik your grocer. Adv. '
Between two bjJ1b, choose neither;
between two goods, chdoso both.
CUtlES ITCHING SKIN DISBASBS.
Cole's Cnrbollsalva stopi Itchlnsr nd'mske'
tho skin smooth. All druggists. 25 and 50c. Adv.
there's a will
way,' " avers Taylor Holmes, appear
ing in Tho Million. "Tho way, how
ever, varies, as in tho case of a cor
tain pickpocket, who wns convicted
and promptly lined.
"The lawyer of the pickpocket took
the lino Imposed upon his client very
much to heart.
"'Twenty-five dollars!' ho expostu
lated. 'Your honor, whero is thl3 poor,
unfortunato man to get $25?'
"His honor did not know, or it ho
did ho refrained from saying bo, but
tho prisoner was less discreet.
" 'Just lot mo out of hero for ton or
fifteen minutes,' ho said, 'and I'll
show you?' " Young'a Magazine.
BREAKING OUT ON LEG
Hilltop, Kan. "About two yoars ago
I began to notlco a breaking out on my
leg. At first it was very small but
Boon it began to spread until it formed
largo blotches. Tho Itching was ter
rible and almoBt constant. Many
nights I could not sleep at all. After
scratching It, to relieve the itching it
would burn so dreadfully that I
thought I could not stand It. For near
ly a yenr I tried all kinds of salves
and ointment, but found no relief.
Somo salves seemed to-tnako It worso
until thoro wero ugly sores, which
would break open and run.
"Ono day I saw an advertisement of
Cutlcura Remedies. I got a sample of
tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Oint
ment and began by washing tho soreB
with tho Cutlcura Soap, then applying
tho Cutlcura Ointment twico a day.
I noticed a change and got moro Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment and in a fow
weeks I was cured. It has healed so
nicely that no scar remains." (Signed)
Mrs. Anna A. Lew, Dec. 17, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Dook. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, DopL L, Boston."
The Greatest Woman,
Who was or is tlie greatest woman
in all history? Two hundred teach
ers answered tho question and with
enthusiasm and unanimity tho Judges
awarded tho prize to tho one who
mado this reply: "Tho wlfo of tho
farmer of moderate means who does
her own cooking, washing, Ironing,
sewing, brings up a family of boys
and girls to bo useful members of so
ciety, and finds time for intellectual
New Stage In Inebriety. v
Mr. Dorden has been telling an an
ecdote concerning two "brlther
Scots" who used to foregather In a
"dry" district, each bringing with him
a portable spring of comfort in tho
shnpo of a bottle of whisky.
One of them was asked ono day by
a "third party" whether tho other,
Jock Anderson, did not get a Uttlo
"Drunk," was tho reply. "Man, th
last timo I wus wi' him Jock was
that drunk I couldna seo him." Lon
New China Currency.
Tho new Chinese dollars of tho
Chinese republic aro objects of much
curiosity among tho natives. Thoy
carry English on tho obverse side and
Chlneso on tho revcrso, with the pic
ture ot Dr. Sun Yut Sen, founder of
Woman Police Officer.
Miss Mary Steele Harvey Is tho first
woman to bo appointed a pollco officer
In Baltimore. Tho last legislature cre
ated llvo pollco matrons with full po
llco powers. Miss Harvey la tho first
of tho fivo to be appointed.
Alwayo the Way.
"Do you think a woman can keep
"No; sho nlwaya tries to syndicate
"Why doo ho wear such a swim
"For divers reasons."
IT'3 THE FOOD.
Truo Way to Correct Nervous
Nervous troubles aro moro often
Caused by Improper food nnd indiges
4lon than most people Imagine. Even
foctors sometimes overlook this fact.
A man says:
"Until two years ago waffles and
butter with meat and gravy wero tho
main features of my breakfast. Finally
dyspepsia camo on and I found myself
in a bad condition, worse in tho morn
ing than nny other time. I would havo
a full, sick feeling in my stomach,
with pains in my heart, sides and
"At times I would havo no appetlto,
for days, then I would feel ravenous,
never satisfied when I did cat and so
ncrvouB I felt llko shrieking nt tho
top of my volco. I lost flesh badly and
hardly knew which way to turn until
ono day I bought n box of Qrape-Nuta
food to boo If I could eat that I tried
It without telling tho doctor, nnd liked
it fine; mado mo feel as If I had some
thing to eat that was sntlBfylng nnd
still I didn't havo that heaviness that
I had fcltjnfter eating any othor lood.
"I hadn't drank nny coffee then in
fivo weeks, I kept on with tho Grape
Nuts and in a month and n half I had
gained 15 pounds, could cat almost
nnythlng I wanted, didn't foel badly
after eating and my nervousness waa
nil gone. It's a pleasure to bo well
Namo given by Poatum Co., Battlo
Creek, Mich. Read the book, "Tho
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