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FAIR PLAY, STE, QEtfEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
Condensed News Items
SHORT STORIES TERSELY TOLD FOR
THE BENEFIT OF BUSY READERS.
As mfotprcfed as n rnlniform In n
leerf, regulation rrrnUMriK tin' tnnn
tifnotme h(kI tif of beer fnf medicinal
lur(Fci were Issued Jiy dm Treasury
Department nt WnnhlriRtmi.
Afi IndlHmeit against Itnlpti H.
(.'nmermi, lUillwl Slates Renntor from
Arl.onn, was returned by Mm federal
grand Jury nt tfie Inst term of the Hutt
ed Htftlf" district court t Phoenix,
Arlr.,, according t" n brief entry ttmdo
1m Mil' inliititi' bonk of Mn! court.
'Hie Delaware, Lutknwnniin and
Western Itiillrmiil Cmiipnny orflce nt
New York, promised Mint If ntiy of It
employes loit labor ilnloii I nun mice
pull vie by disregarding the strike or
der, Mm compiiny would mnke good
Tin- great Hi'lil today of the Made
tiiilon iimu'ineut In III tin- public
schools, Hpi'iikcri sold lit Hit' Milrty
nliitli iiiiuiml eonvenllnu of llio Illi
nois Inlet nllon of Labor nt Aurora,
Ml I'licy urged it required course 1"
tin' fuhiiols on the hlsloi.V of tlm labor
unions Miolr alms ami their foice as
tin economic fut'lor.
AtlS Mm mil el !. LuOiW'lln was
n u mi d'l Sin.ooU ilniimiti'i iigiilhH Ame
rigo I'' Ciiiiimi, con of n tvonltliy ciil
engo iiii'i't'linnt, for breath or
ttocolpl of Mm loslgnntlon or (femge
K Ciiilthloy, collector of Internal rev
fiuii' nt Hainan City, Mo., wiip mi
nounicd by tlm Inlet mil leveium tm-
Mis, Harding ri'i'i'lvi'il ns n ptesont
Trim! prominent Itltnl degree Jluous
nml onii'lnli or Mn MhpoiiIc Lodge in
Jllsniiil what Is declined to bo Hob
iihly tin' lines! "onlsklu coat Mint linx
oter ln'i.Mi produced,
Mls Hiithoilno I'nloisnti, 1H jours
1 tl. who wvi'inl months HRo nlTeted
In marry ntiy ipinlllled innn who would
plu line $.'1,000 for nn I'lluoiilloii, was
iimrrlod nt- .lulli't, III., to John Mdwurd
Miller, of Hhreu'porl, Ln.
.losso H, Colli ell, of Tennessee, iv
eoully iioiulimli'il to 1m minister to
Holhliu whs confirmed by tin' Monnlo.
Oottiell hns for ii number of yi'nrn
In11!! WhsIiIiihIoh iMiriTPimiulont for n
IiUihImm- of 'l'oitnef'i'H mnvipiiii'rs.
Ti KM'rnl slou'K, n dt UR nml lmid
wnii Ptoit'. mid n umiiuu woio 'n
IcmmI by ImrKlnrs nt l.i'onnrd. Mo.,
VPHI- Qillnoy. 111. .fl2.0iH) wot Ml of Mb
pity bonda nml poslnKi' Rtnni, l'
Hbb'i nt qimntlly of iioda v"n; tnUt'ii.
Two iia'u wimo Killed by sow or mm
mid n lltomnn lowoifd Into n iimnbob'
to iwim tbt'in wim ovon'oum nt I'hl
nco Tlm iH'Obkmt, nt n downtown
etri'ot lntPi-pwtbui, whr low ml by
Hundred of iMiwnimrs on n crowd-
od nubwnv Irnln woio thrown Into n
imnb' in Now VmU when Pinoko nnd
'tlninoM i'uu;il b. n sboit circuit, ihmio-
irntt'd tlu enrs nt the Imluht of tin
.1 M l.co, tlronmn Urit cIiisr, died
nl Smt I'mncls.-o, Till., of bums w
vlcd wbon n bollor tube iibonrd n
lnutvcb burst nt Vorbn lttmnn Nnnl
Tlninmi; Slollon, In Sun Kinnolsoo
Hn His homo Ir nt (illkoson, AtV.
Two oibor sailors wojv Injured.
The Wtiv IVimumetu flnds ttfolf
prriiwislx emlmiTiissed In Its nrvuniro
nieiits for the vvretnonles In oonnee
tlon wiili the butlnl of tlm unknown
jobber nt Arlington Nnllonnl Oomo
ler of VrtniMlo Uny by the ivfwnl
of comries to mnmopvlnte enough
mone for the turpoe.
Sut to t(vvt the oonvtltutlonnllty of
the Cnope-Tlneher bill iHssed by Oon
lov?'. to ivRulnte cfHln OM-hnuKeg nnd
H tn itit in under direct hn f the Sccre
tnr of iri1eulturo. wn fllod In federnl
d.Mi nt court nt Oileatto by .lohn Hill
,lr n member of the ChleftRO lUntl-d
Tb House wns HsUed to etvl one
t li members Thomnh U Hlnnton.
IVffliv ni. of the 17th Tens lMstrirt
for cnnsbiK to be publKhed tn the Con
..ii liecM nn nffidsvlt wblcb
rclirc o row ri the covernnmnt
jt luting offnv nnd which whs chnrwc
ei'.rci ohscne nnd unprlnlnblo.
l'iv ript1on of beor ss tuedtclno un
der !k new Trenkurj regnlnttons can
1e:;il N mde In only nine, t-tntos,
M nyim 1 Whooler. KOimral counsel of
tho nilHtoon 1xhho. ld In a Ktnte
merit ciMiimendnK in IsMWmco of the
Tlm nd'nlnlstriition Ik mrlsfivd tht
the iVMnt'len Mellon bill fr the refund
1nfr of the Hilled debt to tlm Vnlted
"States will bo enscted very Foon. nnA
l Is horKd. Wore the ns-ienibllnK of
he Hrmnnvnts conference.
An lcvifltor' JM.CVVIA tn
)th nlim of Kiirplns unppllotl Rnd m
orlnls h14 hy tlm ShlpplnR Hoard
twns indlcnte1 In tlm report filed Ht
VHhinion hy tlm coinml'sion which
9uih Just completed n ounplete nurvoy
W the bonrd's physlonl nssers.
Mombe of th3 Ho'Wefeller fntnlly
Interwtt'd In the S37.000,0M trust
Ifunds crwtted hy tlm will of the lntu
UBinOK SMllniBn, opposed efforts to
rw tnm Into th divorce lltlsnHon
ligin hy .tRtnes A, SrlllinHD, benker,
hLnlnst the former Tift Totter nnd
Wv Our Stllltntin.
A rwlilctlim of $7 n ton In tlm prkfl '
of stHndfirrt mils wn nrifidnnced nt i
New York by Mm Pnlled Htntos fileol ,
(;orptrntlori. Tho now (irlttj Ih pVi. i
W. It, (llttt) Aftisleroii, former kIut- i
Iff In Mm flotilhwrst, mid In recent
yenrs n fportltiR editor of Mm Now
York MornlnK 'IVIprnpli, died of bciirt '
illsense while nt work nt his dusk. Ho
wns iVi jenrs old. j
friHimurnMoii of nn extensive ndfer-
ttslnt; cnmpnlKii In Imhnlf of the Anmr-
linn piiRsefiKcr linos opcriitlnK Klilp
plug Moiird vossols wns npproveil nt
wnshliiKtoii by tlm KmerRency fleet i
f'orpoiiitlori nml $1KW,WKJ Is wtpedei
to Ik.' used during Mm next 12 months. ',
Miss I'cKKy (Irmly, 1(1 years old, Is
deiiil mid her mnrrled sister, Mm. Av
ery Htokes, Is In Mm hospllnl Hot cx
peeled to live ns Ibe result of nn niito
loobllo HiTldi'til two tulles south of
West Krnnkfort, Ml, Thero were flvn I
Hrsons In ibii cur, driven by Avery
Hr. II. M. Ilruinlb'lil, fiieliu; senleuce
of dentil for Mm' minder of Dentils
Mimeell, iitlcmpltMl lo coiHinlt suicide
ul Jtoschuru, Uie.
A M'ldlcl of nol Ktillly wns reiuriied
nt Clovelnntl, Ohio, hi llio Irlnl of Mis.
KtnniH (olnvllo for her iillejjed coimec.
lion with Mie dentil or Uiinlol F. Kiilmr,
a ltiblsier, over (wo yunrs imo,
Tin (o nimed hmidltH In nn tiulomo.
bile foiled Mm dtlver or n mull Mink
lo stop on lower Itronihviiy, New York,
while they illled Mm linck of four
poiti'lies of teulMleted until vnllied iil
!fl,WXUH) by poslnl nulliorltleH.
Ilov. ICdwln II. Hlopltenson, Mel ho-
(list liilulsler, chiirued wllb second de
Utee hutdCr In comiectloii wllh tho
klllltm of Knlhor .Inmes 10. (.'oyb;, u
t'utholk' pilesi, whs fotuiil nol uullly
by n Jury nt lllrmlimhnni, Aln.
Itn.Mnond t'olo wns convb'led of Mm
mtnik'r of Mrs, Amm McKemioit nnd
senlenco wns Used nt life Inipilson-
nient by n Jury In tlm (hit bind circuit
court, nt I, Idle Hook, Atk,, after (ho
Disclosure of the fuel Mini Mm loot
In u mull truck holdup on Mi midway,
New York, Included nearly iftiDO.WK) In
bonds, coupled with I'lislinnstur t!en.
etnl Hays' olTer of n $5,000 reward for
the tohheis, "dead or ulhe," set' scoich
of deleelhes wmklnu on it theory Hint
Mm licit haul wns nn "Insldo Job."
The decision of the Council of Mm
League of Nations on (be tipper Klles
Inn (tiesilon. made public at l'arls,
dhldes the plebiscite men In almost'
equal pnils between l'olnud nnd tJer-
mnuy. ns (o the unture of communes,
nnd pi o Ides ndmlntstrntlNe machinery '
for (he grmhml InnugurntlOn Of Hie I
new regime or n period of 15 jenrs.
Four .masked bnndlls robbed tlm ,
Hunk of Toronto nt joining, OnU, of
a sum estimated nt !S1I,IHH), nml oh- '
enped after a running gun light. j
Formal orgnnls-ntlon of the I'an
I'nclde 1'ivss Congress wns effected nt
Honolulu by delegates from Pacific ;
oinnttlcs attending the kom-Ioiis of the
I'lvsK Congress of tlm World. The
membership Is limited to rcpresenln
lles of (he press of nil countries or ;
stntes bordering on the I'nellle. '
l'HMite Finnk V. Unrnnrd. 22, of 1
Akron, Ohio, nnd KrnoM C. Sprncue,
2-t, of rarKctbmg, W. Ya., both of
Conipnnj 11, 27th Infimtr, nro dead
nt Fort Shnfter, Honolulu. T, H., from i
bullet wounds alleged to hae been In
dicted by Prlnto William C. Mclmch- I
lln, 21, of l'Mmontou, AUvrta. !
Hravc nnvlely over tlm posi-lbilRy of
liegottatlons betwtvn the HvlUt.li gov
ernment nnd Sinn Fein lrelnnd con
Hnulng to h stiivssfnl conclusion was
felt nt London. The conference ls
tweon mumbers of the UHHsh Cnblnet
nnd ivpi'esentlles of the Dnll llironn
wns ivsiimed but there whs eldent n
feeling thai the situation whs such ns
to give ground for concern.
Tlm Cnnndlnn challenger, Uluenos-e,
defeated the American defender, IClsie,
b 12 minutes nnd 30 seconds In tho
hist of their races of Hnlifttv, N. S., for
the North Atlantic fishing vestel cham
pionship. .lohn n. l"unlop, inventtir of the
pneumatic tltv, Is dead nt Dublin, at
the ago of Si. Ho wns born In Ayr
According to n dispatch to the Uv
change aviegraph from Tnris, to lon
don, several of the cnblnet ministers
were Killed In Lisbon during the dis
orders, Including Antonio Urnnjo, pre
mier nnd minister of (he interior;
Miichaelo dos Sortns founder of the
Vortugims-p llepuhllc nnd once Its
The Portuguese government hns re
signed ns it result of n successful mili
tary movement without bloodshed,
Miys a Router dispatch from Ustwm to
CVimmnnlchtlons hsve heon ex
chnnged between Pope Tlenodlct nnd
King Oeorgo on the subject of the
trlsh pence negotiations. Tbe iontiff
In his message announced tluit he
prayed for the success of the confer
ence mid tlm ending of the long dls
pension. To this King Oeorge replied
Mint with nil his heart he Joined la Mm
BIG INCREASE IN PHY
TO TEACHERS IN STHTE
'rhota In Oracle School Receive
Per cent More Than They
Did Last Year.
Jefferson (nty, Mo. Hnlnrlcs now
prtld hlRh school nnd Rrndc school
teschers In Missouri exceed Inst year's
reports to Ktnte Htiperlntendent of
I'nhllc Hchools Knrnuel A, linker show,
linker sent out n (tiesMonnnlro on this
point to the 000 Missouri towns Mint
tnnkitnltl IiIkIi schools. Of Mils number
i'M linw? restionded. Their replies
show n ".'l l;i per cent Inerenso In
snlnrles to IiIkIi school teachers over
Incrensc In snlnrles paid to Rrnde
wliool lenclmrs for Mm same period
iimotints to .1(1 10 per cent.
Kor lilyh school luncllers tlm itver.
KO snlary for HMIi-20 was 5H2.J.84 per
annum, while Tor the period
Mm averflRC Is if 1,215,711, For (jrade
leiicbers Mm averace salary Tor 1010
licio was S500I5 nml for 10201021 tlm
nverntm Is $71f).8.'l.
An Incrensc Is nlso noled In the
nmoiint of motmy nviillnbk' for these
schools. Kor Mm IiIkIi schools In tlm
428 towns Tor I1)IIMII20 (hero was
spent .p!(1,2a'l, n ml durltiK Mm ID'iO
Wi peilod the tolnl Is ?520,,",(i;i, The
totnl for Mm Kritilo schools of Mm 42S
(ow'ns for Inst yenr wns $2'l!l,727 nnd
for Mils yenr PII),()I7.
Huperliileiiilcnl linker sii.vh the
school ntlemhiiici! In Missouri Mils .vent
Is htcnkltiK all lccords. .
Aurora Becks Milk Plant.
Aurora, Mo, Thu Aurora ('(mutier
Inl Club Is redoubling lis elTorls In
M'ouio Mm eslnbllslutmnt of n branch
t'onilem-ory of tlm llehetln Condensed
Mill; Computiy of 81. Louis and hits
received iiMfmriinces from olTlclnlH of
the comiiany that limy will again visit
Lawrence County heforir limy finally
decide on Mm locution of tho plant.
Formers nnd mill; producers have
ngrced to piitchnne the number of Hoi
"lelti cows tlm compiiny requires to
tunke possible Mm esluhllshmeut of (he
tlnntam Club to Meet nl St. Louis.
Ht. Louis, Mo.- Tlm Mid-Western
Illinium Club bus voted to hold Its 1021
vonvenllon at .SI. Louis, in connection
ivlth tlm (irenler Ht. Louis Coliseum
Hlmw of poultry, pigeons, rnbbllH ami
ilogs, December 21) to .liinuury 2, The
Missouri Slnlo I'oullry Hxierlnient
million nnd tlm Unltotl.StnteH Dopnrk
men! of Agriculture huvu promised
vplcmlld exhibits for tlm show.
Cues Frisco for $30,000.
West Plains, Mo. -DarreH Cnpshnw,
of llraiidsvllle, bus llled suit in tho
Howell County Circuit Court against
Mio Ftlsco ltnllroiid for ?:10,(K)0 for
damages he. alleges he received when
he fell from a bridge near ('ash, Okl,
while omplojod wllh a railroad bridge
gong, lie charges the full wns due to
n defectke wrench wllh which he wns
fiislenlng bolls on the bridge.
Fire Wrecks Electric Plant.
Montgomery Clly, Mo. The Mont
gomery City electric light plant wns
ilestrojed by lire, originating from un
known causes. The Ice plant adjoining
wns partially dcslrojed. K. H. Alcer
uilssen, owner of both plants, suffered
n total loss. Montgomery City has had
electric lights since 1NW.
Ghee Plant to Be Enlarged.
Sloberly, Mo. - Plans are under way
lo enlnrp tho Sloberly plant of the
Hrown Shoe CVmiimuy, the company
bcliiK wIIIIuk to put up lis shore of tho
cost of the Improvements if the clti
vens of Sloberly will rale a stipulated
amount, officials of tbe company In
SI. Louis declare.
100 Hurt In Collapse.
Chllllcothe, Slo.- Store thnn 100 per
sons wore Injured, three of them seri
ously, when a tempornry stand nt n
rellplous mooting at Lock Springs, a
smnll town northwest of here, col
lapsed. The stnnd wns crowded with
pepions who were sitting from a group
Seo"alla Couple Wed.
Scdnlln, Slo. - Hnrvey Tbompcn,
son f Sir. nnd Sirs. Hnrvey Thompson,
n Sltssourl PneiHe shopman, nnd Sllss
lluth (recr. daughter of Xlght Chief
of Police .Inmes SI. Greer, motored to
Wnrronsburg and were msrried there
Catch fii-VPound Bas.
Scdnlln. Slo. llr. SI. T. Collins and
other Sodnllans, who hnve been fishing
on the Mangnn lMver n week, returned
nnd brought with them tbe largest b.iss
caught In the Xlnngna for years. It
weighed S1 pounds.
Body of Rolla Soldier Arrives,
Tlolln, SI0.--TI10 remains of Harrv
Pain, private first class, medical de
tachment, who died in Ohlnn nbont
two years ago. arrived In Holla nnd be
whs buried In lSolla Oemctory.
Children Sue for $50,000.
Gallatin, Mo. Owondolln Shaffer, S
years old, nnd lteatrice Yontscy, 12
years old, bave started dnmago snlts
ugninst the Kock Island nnd Rnrling
ton rnllrnnds for -the death of their
jvirents, nggrcgiting ?50.000.
What College Girls Read First.
Columbia, Mo. What n pronp ot
girls In the girls' college rend first In
their borne newspnper Is Interesting.
To determine this, Christian College
bore recently nske'd 250 girl wlmt
tncy read first mid why. -
HYDE TO CALL SPECIAL
SESSION FOn NOV.
Jefferson City, Mo. The spednl ses
sion of the legislature, cnlfed for No
vember 3, probably will last only about
nno week, according to the Governor's
I proclamation, only tow subjects nre to
ho f onsldered. One Is legislation to en
able Mm soldiers, sailors nnrl marines
to receive. Miclr bonus. The other Is
to amend the highway law so ns to
tnnke $10,000,000 of the $00,000,000
hk'liwuy bonds available, so that the
work on the roads can be started next
FATHER AND SON KILLED
BY DYNAMITE DLA8T.
Cnpo Girardeau, Mo. Arch Clodfel
ler, -15, n rond overwmr, and his son,
Toby, 2t, bis assistant, killed near tjm
town of Puxlco, when twenty sticks of
dynamite, being used In rond con
struction work, accidentally exploded,
Itolh men were married. Clodfeller Is
thought to have been holding n stick
of dynamite, when It was exploded, the
blast setting off tho nineteen sticks
which were, close, to bis son.
Three Indicted In $30,500 Holdup.
.Jefferson City, Mo. Tlm federnl
gnml Jury Indicted three Ht. Imulsaus
charged with being Implicated In the
5.10,500 mall robbery here March 1.
The men Indicted are John lllnlr,
John T. Doyle and David Hwnrtz.
Judge Dyer fixed Mm bond of itlnlr
at $10,000 and he was unable to secure
bondsmen. Doyle wits relensed on a
510,000 bond. .Swart 7. Is already' un
der bond In Ht. Louis. A special
term of Mm court will Imi held next
mouth to try them.
33 Ask Naturalization.
Miiryvllle, Mo. A new record wns
established In the olTlce of Circuit
Clerk Henry Westfnll In Mils clly when
!"l timiM from Mid Hlslers of Perpetual
Adoration Convent nt Clyde declared
their Intention of becoming citizens of
Mm United Htules. Ordinarily not
more Ibiin one or two such persons ap
ply for such papers In n uiimlli's time
nnd very frequently tunny months
ellipse befoie such tilings uru nindo.
Finn Ordered to Return Cotton.
Jefferson City, Mo. After a throc
ilnys henrlng In tlm federal court hero
before Judge D. P. Dyer In consider
ing the still of (he llally-llall Hum
phrey Company of Memphis, Tenn.,
against Mrs. Mary I. Little of Hoono
County, Mo., involving a cotton deal,
n verdict of $10,11:1 was returned In
favor of Ibe company and slxty-tWo
bales of cotton ordered returned to
Car System to Be Rebuilt.
Cape Clrardciiu, Mo. Formal nn
iiounceinenl wns made by (lenernl Man
ager 15. A. Hurl- of Mm Capo Cllrardenu
Street ltnllroiid Company that tho
stockholders bad nuthurlzed the re
building of the local system. Hart de
parted for Ht. Louis lo confer with tlm
officials of tho Public X'tlllllcs Co.,
ownorsmf the system, which will spend
$50,000 In rehabilitating the local line.
Insane Man Escapes.
Wnrronshurii, .Mo. Millard C. ltoss,
a farmer, who resided near here and
who was placed In the Xovnda Hos
pitnl for the insane Inst spring, es
caped recently and walked Into ills
mother's home. Ho told her he hnd
walked the entire distance of 150
miles, lie wns later returned to tho
St. Loulsan to Run Brick Plant.
Columbia, ,SIo. The Kd wards Hrlck
Company of tills city will be rcorgnn
i?cd nt once nnd n plant capable of
manufacturing nny kind of product
made from lire clny will be established.
Stock in the new company, capitalized
at ?."0,000, Is being; sold 10 residents of
Professor Speaks at Sedalia.
Sednlla, Slo. llr. Arthur llraden,
head of the Theological department of
the Kansas University, was the speak
er at n recent noondny luncheon of
the C of C hero. One hundred nnd
forly persons attended. Dr. Hraden's
subject was '"Cartoons that 1 Have
Choose Fornfelt for Convention.
rornfelt, Slo. Pornfelt has loen
selected for the 1020 district conven
tion of (he KclH'kah Lodge, which has
Just concluded its sessions nl P.ast
prairie, with an attendance of 500 dele
gates. Sirs, Lizzie Taylor wns elected
School Superintendent Resigns.
Stnryvillo, Slo. lVrt Cooper, county
suierlntendent of schools, has resigned
to accept n position of director of ex
tension and correspondence work nt
tbe Norlhwest State Teachers' College,
In this city.
Carrollton to Have Poultry Show.
Cnrrollton, Slo. Tho Carroll Coun
ty Poultry Association will bold a
poultry show In this city in December.
Missouri Farmer Drop: Dead. I
Storrisvllle. Sin. Shell Stltehell, n J
farmer nnd stock denier, 00 years of I
age, dropped dead nt his homo here,
Poultry Show In November. '
Maryvillo, Slo. The annual poultry
show of the Northwest- Missouri Poul
try Association will bo held in this city
Novemler 30 and December 1, C nnd 8.
At least 117 members of tbe various
boys' and girls' poultry clubs will show
Noted Missouri Physician Dies,
West Plnlns, Mo. One of the larg
est funornls evor lteld In West Dolus
wis that of Henry C Shnttec, former
president of the Missouri Medical As
sociation, which took place brc.
WET FEET BRING COUGHS AND COLDS
Until entirely rid of a cough or cold, look out They area lource of danger.
Jurt a fur doaa of Po-ru-na
ukm won afUr pour or
tint mtnlf mUUoti of trouble
will tuuklly brnk cold or
OMpttfl In hurry th most
TABLETS Oil LIQUID
keep the Children Well
During these days many children are complaining of head
ache, feverishncss, stomach troubles, and irregular bowels.
If mothers only knew, what
Will do for children no family- would ever be
without them. 1 hese powders are so
easy and pleasant to take ana so ef
fective in their action that for 'over
30 years mothers have used them
and told others about them. Sold by
Do Not Accept Any Substitute lor
WOULDN'T STAND FOR REBUKE
Beggar Woman Had Her Own Point of
View Concerning "Business" She
Was Engaged In.
Secretary Lawsou Purdy of the
Charity Orgiiul.utlon society said at
a dinner in New Yolc :
"Professional beggars are a self
righteous crew. What 1 mean Is that
they regard their trade the same us
you and 1 regard honest work. Onu
winter afternoon 1 came on n beggar
womuii I knew of old. Shu wns beg
ging lu a bitter wind on. 11 corner, and
three little children in calico rugs shiv
ered at her side.
" 'You Jane,' I said reproachfully,
'You begging I And those three little
ones 1 They nren't really yours ut
"'Well, dnmltnll,' said the beggar
woman. 'I wouldn't have, to beg so
hard If they were really mine, for
then 1 wouldn't be forking over a dol
lar n day to hire them.' " 'Los Angeles
The Place for Alphonse.
"Alphonse," said the heiress, "I hnve
"Thinking of me, precious?" asked
"Indirectly, yes; I have been think
ing Mint If you married me, everybody
would say you only did so to get my
"What care I for the unthinkable
"Hut, Alphonse, I will ninrry you."
"Sly own dnr "
"And I will not have people sny un
kind things nbout you, so I have nr
mnged to give my fortune to tho mis
sionaries. Why, Alphonse, where are
Alphonse paused long enough on hi
way to the door to look back and
mutter: "I'm going to be 11 mission
ary." When compared wltli the tallor
miide woman npiienrnnee nre against
tbe self-made man.
1 1 Tn "E.",fi' h
The foolish man who built
his house on the sand
He nave an example in folly which anybody
It isn't so easy, however, to sense the mistake
of trying to build the body nn foods which lack
Here, again, is a foundation of sand which
Eivos 'way when the test comes.
Many a food that tastes Rood lacks honesty
of nourishment to equal its taste. Thus it tempts
the appetite into mistakes that often are costly.
Grape-Nuts is a food which helps build bodily
endurance for life's stress and storm. The full
nourishment of wheat and malted barley, together
with the vital mineral salts so necessary to bone
structure and red blood corpuscles, with phos.
Phates for the brain, is retained in Grape-Nuts.
The long bating process by which Grape-Nuts is
made gives the food a natural sweetness and an
unusual ease of digestibility and assimiSk!r?
Served with cream or milk, Grape-Nuts is
Grape-Nuts-the Body Builder
There's a Reason"
Two nratlon hae knows
I'E-hU-NA end IU utonbb
Ing uereu In tba rtlltl of
catarrhal dlacanea. Tha pro
per medldnA to baTaonhaod)
lor araryday ilia.
I PUZZLE FOR LOVERS OF DOGS
Just How Did Terrier Know the Cor.
rect Time, When the Clocks Had
Perhaps because of his power of
speech, thu parrot is usually regarded
us amazingly wise, but muny dumb
creatures often display Just" ns tre
Can a dog Judge- time? Thfs Is ou&
of the subjects upon which some light
is thrown in "Dogs, Birds and Others,"
by 11. J. Slasslugham.
A terrier had been In the habit of
Jumping on bis master's bed and nwnk
eniug htm each morning nt seven,
o'clock. When' the clocks hnd been
advanced an hour for summer time,
the man was anxious to see what th
dog would do.
Next morning, ns usual, the nnlma)
Jumped upon the bed. The clock was
nt seven exnetly, nlthough really It
wns only six o'clock. Hnd the dog
counted the strokes of the clock when
It struck, or hud he understood about
tho clocks being put on?
Like the Old Folks.
A bachelor who is forever putting
his foot In it, recently visited tho
proud parents of a new boy.
The mother held up the bundle for
the Inspection of the bachelor and
asjjed gayly: "Tell us, now, frankly,
which of us do you think he Is like?"
After n careful examination of tho
mite the bachelor answered: "Well,
Stnrle, of course, Intelligence hns not
yet dawned In his face, but he's won
derfully like both of you."
Carried Her Troupe.
"They kept company for a long
time before they were married, didn't
"Yes; and they've kept company
most of the time since. All her re
Intions seem to live with them." Ed
' Do not let fear of ridicule keep yoo
from expressing high Ideals.