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The Lamp of Aladdin.
|HE clouds of the panic slowly
lifted and the sun began to
shine. A fearless officer of the
law had struck a blow for jus-
tice that marked the beginning of a
new era of national life. Slowly but
surely the prices of stocks began to
Incidentally a corner in wheat was
suddenly developed, and the price of
bread rose 20 per cent. Bivens was
found to be the mysterious power be
hind the deal, and before the old
timers in the wheat pit could marshal
their forces to crush him he closed out
his holdings at a profit of five millions.
The little financier awoke next morn
ing to find himself the most famous
man in America. His picture now ap
peared everywhere and all sorts of
writers began to weave marvelous sto
ries of his achievements.
Nan was insisting again that he make
Stuart an offer to become his associate
"I'm sure he will consider your offer
Bivens looked at her a moment curi
ously and she turned her eyes away.
"Why do you think he has changed
his attitude toward me?"
"From something he said. That mob
has written a question mark before his
"By George!" he exclaimed, his black
eyes sparkling, "it may be possible."
"You'll try?" Nan asked eagerly.
•TT! not try—I'll do it.
"I've an enemy somewhere among
the fallen," Bivens went on musingly,
"who is dying hard, in 9pite of the
fact that I have unlimited resources,
this man is constantly circulating re
ports about the soundness of my
finances. He uses the telephone
principally and he has started two
runs on my bank within the past
month. Another is pending. I'm go
lng to ask Jim to preside over an in
vestigation of my resources in the
presence of a dozen newspaper re
Nan stooped and kissed"him.
When Stuart reached Bivens' new
offices in Wall street he was amazed
at their size and magnificence. Tbf
first impression was one of dazzling
splendor. The huge reception hall was
trimmed from floor to dome In onyx
Stuart nodded to a group of reporters
waiting for the chance of a word with
the great man. "Looks like a full
house, doesn't it?" he said.
"They've been here for hours." said
a reporter. "There are a senator, three
members of the bouse of represents
tives. an ambassador, the governor of
a Chinese province, a Japanese prince
and a dozen big politicians front as
many states, to say nothing of the
"Well. I have an appointment with
Mr. Bivens at this hour."
"Really!" the reporter gasped. "Then
for heaven's sake give, jnp_a chauce^nt
I Farmers! Patronize the F. L. Smith
you five" minutes Before the other fel
lows. Remember now, 1 saw youone
He was still pleading when Stuart
smilingly drew away and followed one
of Bivens' secretaries.
Bivens came forward to greet him
with outstretched hands.
"I needn't say I am glad to see you
Jim. How do you like my new quar
"Absolutely stunning. 1 had no idea
you cultivated such ceremonial splen
dors in your business."
"Yes. I like it." the financier admit
ted thoughtfully. "I don't mind con
fessing to you on the sly that it was
Nan's idea at first, but I took to it like
a duck to water."
In spite of Stuart's contempt for the
mere possession of money, in spite of
his traditional contempt for Bivens' an
tecedents, character and business meth
ods. he found himself unconsciously
paying homage to tbe power the little,
dark, swarthy figure today incarnated.
Bivens had become more difficult of
approach and carried himself with
quiet, conscious pride.
Stuart was scarcely prepared for the
hearty, old fashioned cordial way in
which he went about the business for
which he had asked him to come.
"Now. Jim, this is your day: those
fellows out there in the reception ball
can wait. You and 1 must have tbe
thing out—man to man, heart to heart
You can talk plainly and I'll answer
"I've- got a proposition to make to
you. so big you've got to hear it, so big
you can't get away from it. because
you're not a fool. You're a man of gen
ius. There is no height to which you
cannot climb when once your feet are
on tbe ladder. And I'm going to put
The assurance in Bivens' voice and
the contagious enthusiasm with which
he spoke impressed Stuart.
strike at once.
"Before I present my plans I want
to show you that 1 can make good my
word. I have caused these reporters to
be sent here today for the purpose of
giving the widest publicity to tbe facts
about my fortune. Another run has
been planned tomorrow on one of my
banks. 1 have placed my money and
securities in tbe next room, so arranged
that you can verify my statements, and
at tbe proper moment I shall ask these
reporters into the place and let them
see with their own eyes. There can be
no more rumors in Wall street about
my financial status. Come in here."
Bivens led tbe way into tbe room
beyond, wbicb was the meeting place
of the directors of his many corpora
Stuart had scarcely passed the door
when be stopped, struck dumb with
amazement In the center of the great
office was a sight that held him spell
bound. An Immense vermilion wood
table, six feet wide and fifty feet In
length filled the canter.. Qnitlhe-Wiz
Remodelled on Site off Old Madison Barn.
Headquarters of Dr. Wanner, Graduate Veterinary Surgeon.
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arcT had placed his fortune of ninety
millions of dollars. Twenty millions
were In sold. Its heavy weight sustain
ed by extra stanchions The coin, ap
parently all new from the national
mint, was carefully arranged around
the edges of the table in a solid bul
wark two feet high.
Behind this gleaming yellow pile of
gold he had placed his stocks and
bonds—each pile showing on its top
layer the' rich green, gold or purple
colors of its issue, each pile marked
with a tag which showed Its total
amount The effect was stunning.
Bivens approached the table softly
and reverently, as a priest approaches
the high altar, and touched the gold
with the tips of his slender little
"I've Just begun"—
"You*ve just begun?" Stuart inter
"Yes, you'll understand what I mean
before I've finished the day's work."
"But why?" the young lawyer asked
passionately. "Such a purpose seems
On It the Wizard Had Placed His For
tune of Ninety Millions.
to me in view of this stunning revela
tion the sheerest insanity. Life, tbe
priceless thing we possess, is too
short 1 can see you shoveling coal
through all eternity"—
"But I happen to be going to the
other place," Bivens broke in good na
Stuart looked at the pile of gold a
moment and then at Bivens and said
"Well, if you do get there, Cal,
there's one thing certain, the angels
will all have to sleep with their pocket
books under their pillows."
Bivens' eyes sparkled and a smile
played about the hard lines of
mouth. In spite of Its doubtful na
tore be enjoyed the tribute to his
financial genius beneath tbe banter of
bis friend's joke. With a gesture of
conscious dignity be turned to theful
table and quietly said:
"You will find on this table exactly
$90,000,000. Within an hour you can
examine each division of coin, stocks
and bonds and bear witness to thea
truth of my assertions. I'm going to
close that door and leave you here for
"Alone with all that?"
"Oh. there's only one way out" Blv
ens laughed—"through my little recep
tlon room, and I'll be there. I'll meet
some of tbe gentlemen wbo are wait
ing. When you are satisfied of the ac
curacy of my account, just tap on my
door and I'll join you immediately. Do
the inspection carefully. It's of grave
Importance. 1 shall call on you as a
witness by and by before that groupdon't
of newspaper men."
When Stuart bad satisfied himself of
the accuracy of tbe count, be stood
gazing at the queer looking piles of
yellow metal and richly tinted paper,
stunned by the attempt to realize tbe
enormous power over men which it
represented. When the huge pile
Bivens was quick to recognize it and the deft fingers of the master who
could grasp its stunning force in hu
man affairs, wbo could tell its possi
The age of materialism bad dawned,
and the new age knew but one god.
whose temple was tbe market place
A wave of bitterness swept bis spirit,
and for tbe first time be questioned for
tbe briefest moment whether he had
missed the way la life. Only for a
moment, and then the feeling passed,
and in its place slowly rose a sense of
angry resentment against Bivens and
all his tribe. When the little swarthy
figure suddenly appeared in the door
way his soul was in arms for the
struggle be knew coming.
"Well, you found I've not made a
"NO. To put it mildly, you will not
be forced to apply to the charity bu
reau for any outside help this year."
"You have counted $90,000,000 there
As I told you awhile ago, I've Just be
gun. I've schemes on foot that circle
the globe. I've made up my mind to
have you with me. We won't discuss
terms now—that's a mere detail—the
thing is for us to get at the differences
between us. Now say tbe meanest and
hardest things you can think. I under
"My opinion, Cal, of your business
methods are known to every one. They
say that tbe warriors of the Dakota
Indians used to eat the heart of a
fallen foe to Increase their courage
Your business methods haven't made
much progress beyond this stage, so far
as 1 can see."
Bivens stroked his silken beard with
a nervous, puzzled movement and said:
"The passion for money, money for
Its own sake, right or wrong. Is the
motive power of tbe modern world.
That's why I laugh at my critics and
sneer at threats. I am secure because
I've built my career on the biggest fact
pt the century."
"But/* Stuart broke in, "you don't
live. Yon are engaged In an endless
fight, desperate, cruel, mercenary—for
IThe game-man, the gamer
"GarneT wuafgamef"' Tp"cruali and
kill for the mere sake of doing it. as a
•beep killing dog strangles fifty lambs
In a night for the fun of bearing them
"But. Jim." the little financier pro
tested. "I don't make men as they are.
nor did 1 make conditions."
"You area wrecker and not a
"But Is that true?" Bivens Inter
rupted eagerly. "I'm organizing the
Industries of the world. 1 have
furthered the progress of humanity."
"Yes, in a way you have. And if
the price of goods continues to rise
for another ten years as It has during
the past ten under your organizing the
human race will be compelled to make
still further progress. They will have
to move to another planet Nobody
but a millionaire can live on this one.
A day of reckoning is bound to come
But a millionaire dies every day. No
body knows. Nobody cares. Is such
a life at its best worth living? And
yours is never at its best. You can't
eat much. You don't sleep well and
you can't liveJteyond fifty-five."
"Don't talk nonsense, Jim I'll live
«.s long ag_vou.".
HOME HEALTH CLUB
By DR. DAVID H. REEDER
"All that a man hath will he give
to have his liver regulated." If you
don't believe this is true just stop
a moment and consider the hundreds
of "liver regulators" that are being
offered to the public. They wouldn't
exist if there wasn't a market for
them, would they?
It is said the liver is a much abus
ed organ. An organ will stand abuse
about so long then it will cease to
functionate—become useless. Nat
ure eliminates a thing when it is no
longer of use. If we keep on abus
ing our livers at the present rate, we
will very likely evolve into a race of
liverless beings some day.
But seriously this matter of keep
ing the liver "on the job'\ is an im
portant one. If even a moderate de
gree of health is to be maintained the
liver must perform its duty.
When we get an attack of the
"blues," and the whole world seems
out of joint and we feel that human
ity and all its institutions is going
to the "Demnition bow-wows," along
comes a friend and taps us on the
shoulder and says: "I say my friend,
your liver,is out of order, better do
something to stir it up, then you'll
feel all right." Acting on his ad
vise, we do something, and in doing
something we not only arouse the liv
er, but we also arouse the solar plex
us which very likely had been doz
at its post. At any rate this
something that we did put us up
where we could again take a eheerfui
interest in human affairs. This cheer
attitude: lasted a variable length
of time when we again had to "do
something for our liver."
It seems, after giving the matter
little thought, that the most sens
ible and the most practical thing to
do is to learn how to live and what
to do, so .that we will not be con
scious of our livers. Does that not
appeal to you as being the sensible
thing to do?
Hastily prepared meals of fried
foods, eaten as though the time con
sumed at a meal were so much time
wasted washing the food down with
hot coffee or tea, or perhaps large
draughts of cold liquids, is enough,
you think, to make our livers
quit work in disgust? Add to this,
rich foods, spiced foods, sour foods
and sweet foods, all eaten at the
same sitting as above described, and
then wonder, if you can, at the mul
titude of "liver medicines" placed at
The function of the liver in con
nection with digestion is to secrete
the bile. The bile has the function
of emulsifying, or holding in liquid
form, the fats of the food, rendering
them capable of being absorbed thru
the walls of the intestines into the
blood stream and there burned up to
supply heat to the body, or stored in
the tissues for future use. The bile
has some antiseptic power which
serves to prevent the decomposition
of food and the formation of over
much gas in the bowels. It also acts
as a natural lubricant and purgative.
Here are some of the things that
will happen to you if your liver
doesn't do its duty intestinal indi
gestion, bloating, constipation, auto
intoxication, and a disposition that
will drive your friends from you.
Eat right, dress right, live right
and give your liver a chance.
In the next article I will describe
a combination of foods, which any
one may have at the average table,
that will naturally overcome a ten
dency to constipation.
"ADS'yet yon tarn pale when 1 apeak
Blvena suddenly drew bis watch and
•poke with quick, nervous energy:' -:,
"I must call those reporters and get
rid of them as soon as possible."
He gave the order, and in a few
momenta walked back Into the room
followed by the newspaper men, a
half dozen young fellows with clean
cut eager faces. Not one of them
showed a pencil or a note book, but
not a feature of the startling exhibi
tion escaped their intelligence. Every
eye flashed with piercing light every
nerve quivered with sensitive impres
They looked at Bivens with peculiar
awe. 8tuart noted with a smile that
not one of them spoke loudly In the
presence of ninety millions of dollars.
When Bivens led them -out at last
and returned to the room, be was in
"Now, Jim," he began hastily. "It
you have said all the bad things you
can possibly think about me. we'll
get down to business and I'll present
the big proposition you can't resist"
(To be continued)
I am a young girl 18, and attend
ing1 college. I am studying very hard
and feel that I do not get the proper
exercise. I have for some time been
reading your articles in our home pa
per and find them very helpful. I
would like to get one of your club
books, if you will tell me which one
contains instructions for exercises,
that would be suitable for me.
MISS E. S.
A great many young women lay
the foundation for future ill health
while in college. There is a great
tendency for them to become sluggish
in their habits and neglect outdoor
exercises, or even fail to take exer
cises in the gymnasium, unless com
In the Vol. 1 of the club books you
will find some excellent exercises de
scribed, which I believe would be
suitable for you. As soon as you
have mastered these, I would advise
you to get the Vol. 2, and not only
study the exercises piven in it, but
you will find some chapters on diet
that would be helpful.
If. S. S. A. will write and give her
name and address in full her inquiry
will be given attention. One of the
unbreakable rules of the Home
Health Club is not to answer anon
ymous or unsigned letters.
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at liberty at all ltimes to write for in
formation pertaining to the subject
of health. Address all communica
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There is hardly any need to ex
plain just what "Buster Brown" will
be doing at the Opera House Friday
evening, Dec. 6. This lad, who is
itching to be spanked, is so widely
known and has capered with Tige and
Mary Jane so often on the local stage
that comment is unnecessary. Suf
fice to say that he will return with a
few new faces in his immediate fam
ily, and new play entirely, new musi
cal numbers and vaudeville special
ties. There are Buster, Tige, Marv
Jane, Pa, Ma, Auntie, Grandma, and
two new characters, Seth Sowders
(First publication Nov. 13, 1912-6t)
MORTGAGE FOBECXOST7BE SAKE
Default having- been maae In the pay
ment of the sum of Six Thousand Two
Hundred Thirty-three (6,233) Dollars,
which is claimed to be due and Is due
at the date of this notice upon a certain
ortgrage, duly executed and delivered
by Harry Henton, a single man. Mort
gagor, to Gold-Stabeck State Bank, a
corporation, Mortgagee, bearing date the
Sixth day of March, 1907, and with a
power of sale therein contained, duly
recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for the County of Kandi
yohi, and State of Minnesota, on the 8th
day of March, 1907, at 5:30 o'clock p.
m., in Book No. 24 of Mortgages, on page
Which said Mortgage, together with
the debt secured thereby, was duly as
signed by said Gold-Stabeck State Bank,
a corporation, Mortgagee, to Rutland
Savings Bank, a .corporation, by writ
ten assignment dated the 16th day of
March, 1907, and recorded in the office
of said Register of Deeds, on the 18th
day of March, 1907, at. 9 o'clock a. m.,
in Book No. 31 of Mortgages on page
Now, Therefore, Notice Is Hereby Giv
en, That by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said Mortgage, and pursuant
to the statute in such case made and pro
vided, the said Mortgage will be foreclos
ed by a sale of the premises described In
and conveyed by said Mortgage, viz.:The
south half (s%) of the northeast quar-.
ter (ne%) and the south half (s%) of
Section number Twenty-four (24), In
Township number One Hundred Seven
teen (117), Range number Thirty-three
(33), containing Four Hundred (400)
acres, more or less, according to theOoc.
Government survey thereof In Kandi
yohi County and State of Minnesota,
with the hereditaments and appurten
ances which sale will be made by the
Sheriff of said Kandiyohi County at the
front door of the Court House, in the
City of Willmar, in said County and
State, on the 28th day of December, 1912
at 10 o'clock a. m., of that day, at pub
lic vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash, to pay said debt of Six Thousand
Two Hundred Thirty-three (6,233) Doll
ars, and interest, and the taxes, if any,
on said premises, and Seventy-five (75)
Dollars, Attorney's fees, as stipulated
in and by said Mortgage in case of fore
closure, and the disbursements allowed
by law subject to redemption at any
time within one year from the day of
sale, as provided by law.
Dated November 13th, A. D. 1912.
RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK (a corpor
.A. C. DOLLIFF, Attorney.
(First publication Nov. 27-4t)
Order limiting' Time to Vile Clalma and
for Kearlae Thereon.
Estate of Charles Smith.
State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyo
hi, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Charles
Letters of Administration this day
having: been granted to Oscar Smith, of
It Is Ordered, that the time within
which all creditors of the above named
decedent may present claims against his
estate in this court, be, and the same
hereby is,. limited to six months from
and after the date hereof and that Mon
day, the 2nd day of June 1913, at 2 o'
clock p. m., inthe Probate Court Rooms
at the Court House at Willmar In said
County, be, and the same hereby Is fixed
and appointed asthe time and place for
hearing upon and the examination, ad
justment and allowance of such claims
as shall be presented within the time
Let notice hereof be given by the pub
lication of this order in The Willmar
Tribune as provided by law.
Bated November 20th, 1912.
(SEAL) »•. T. O. GILBERT,
.**•: -, Judge ot Probate.
Attorney, Willmar, I
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and Miranda Stebbins, and other
familiar characters, creating as us
ual, uproars of mirth. Tige con
tinues one of the chief sources of
hilarity and as one critic says it "The
antics of that canine would certainly
make a horse laugh."
The present production of "Buster
Brown" is supplied with some of the
best music that the piece has evei
had, introducing one of the many
novel features in musical comedy
Johnny McCabe as Buster, and D. J.
Murphy as the comical Tige, and all
the other roles in competent hands,
make up a cast of exceptional abil
ity. The large chorus is composed
of beautiful laughing, dancing maid
ens, whose grace and manner aug
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