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A.WNIE It lilt fc.BY, P"11-
RICH HILL, . . MIetSOCKL
Loss Is sometimes gain -aa when
Adam lost that rib.
A strong point la Kuropetkln's
favor la that Ma nam doesn't aound
like a sneeie.
The prospect of the crar dictating
peace In Toklo icmn to have been
jarred out of plumb.
An eminent physician says that
there Is no aurh thing as brala (as.
What does he rail It ?
It appears that Pattl'a barker said
farewell to about $40,000 when aha
said farewell to America.
A man never feels so flattered as
when a woman tells him be Is the only
man who ever could understand her.
Approximately speaking, how long
do you think it will take John U Sul
livan to run through with that $4,000?
A real count has become a real
monk In Bohemia. More often they
make monks of two syllables of them
selves. roeslbly those pood people who are
moving; to make wars less terrible are
unintentionally moving to make wars
Heave a sigh for the late Old Mose,
the biggest gririly of the Rockies. He
was a whole beef trust In himself, but
he never denied It.
A Boston paper refers to the present
spring as "a climatic! cataclysm." Is
It any wonder that Boston Is some
times astonished at Itself?
There is a great deal in this theory
that music may arouse even the feeble
to manifestations of intense activity.
Take "Bedeiia," for Instance.
The New Jersey Justice of the
peace who married six persons In S3
minutes Tuesday has almost equaled
the record of South Dakota for di
vorce. An article In or.e of the monthly
magazines says that some dining room
papers cause Indigestion to sensitive
people. It took brigb. mind to think
If It la a fear of Peru that causes the
Chileans to hesitate in annexing an
other slice of territory to their do
main It must be a fear of recent
That Albany centenarian who It
growing a new set of teeth and new
hair should sell the exclusive rights
to himself to some patent medicine
A Russian cartoon represents a big
Cossack spanking a little Jap. Doubt
less the Cossack is saying: "I hate
to do this, for it hurts me more than
it does you."
Prof. Sparks of Chicago university
says the American people no longer
possess originality, but very likely he
has in mind the Chicago university
brand of originality.
The Japanese have invented an In
extinguishable combustible for use
in their business, and the Russians
are now casting about for an Incom
Again the price of diamonds has
been advanced, and another Increase
Is not impossible. This should show
the young man who is planning to gvt
engaged the peril of delay.
It's a question whether the Historl
ml Society of Pcnnsjlvanla. which
lias Just secured a copy of "poor
Richard's Almanac" fur fjCJ. tuot
paid too dear for Its whistle.
The sultan is very much pleased
with his new cruiser. He ha bad
occasion from lime to time to lnvcct
so many visiting war ship that be
ought to know a good one when be
A man found praying for Russell
PK In front of Hnr!l bouse In
New Yolk has been adjudged luane,
but, of course, this doesn't Indicate
that I in lo Russell is regarded as ps.t
An Albany, N. Y.. man who fought
in the war of HI 2 U cutting new
teeth and getting a new crop of hair
on top of tils bead. He has not gone
so tar. however, as to put on a Peter
Now that a rich New Yorker has
placed an order with M Santos Da
mon t for an elaborate flying machine
for his personal use, It look as If an
other of Edward Bellamy's dreams
were coming true.
A St. Louis Judge has decided that
the young woman's father has a right
to go downstairs after 11 o'clock and
Interrupt the proceedings, either by
force or otherwise. He evidently
thlnka he ran be re-elected without
the boy vote.
The "Thumbnail edition" of the Bi
ble, hlch is so small that It cannot
be read without the aid of a micro
scope. Is lu great demand la England.
It has not been discovered, however,
that (here ha been any increase In
tie sale of uilcro ope.
CRIPPLE A SHIP
RUSSIANS SCORE THEIR FIRST
DISTINCT NAVAL SUCCESS.
A rCUNC GTFICER'S VERY DARING FEAT
Creeps Out In Launch and Torpedoea
Jap Warship Sets It on Fire, but
Falls to Sinai It Not Known How
Seriously th Cruiser Was Danv
LIAO YANQ. (Special.) The Rus
siau fleet scored Its first distinct na
val success of the war on May 10 by
the torpedoing and crippling, thouga
pot the sinking of an armored Jap
anese cruiser lu Ta'enwan bay.
The Russian attack was carefully
planned on May 10, while the Japan
ese squadron was concentrated out
side Deiny, devoting Its whole atten
tion to Talienwan bay, and was car
ried out the same sight.
The attacking craft was not a regu
lar torpedo boat, but was only a small
naphtha launch In command of a
young naval officer wbo had with him
three Jackies. The launch mounted
small machine gun and carried three
When darkness ft 11. the launch
crept out of Port Arthur, hugging th
snore, wua no iiguts aooara ana no
glow from the engines to betray her
presence. It was late when she gained
the outer line of tire Japanese squad
ron. Slipping through the torpedo
boat pickets, and selecting the near
est warship, a big armoured cruiser,
she stole toward her and succeeded in
exploding against her side a single
A deafening roar followed the ex
plosion, which echoed far ashore. Im
mediately flames enveloped the
cruiser, which evidently was badly
The crew of the cruiser was seen to
be fighting the fire, which they at last
succeeded in extinguishing. A sister
ship took the damaged vessel in tow
and disappeared to the southeast.
The launch escaped the hot fire di
rected against her by the Japanese
ships, but, being unable to return to
Port Arthur or to get Into Delny, she
was beached not far from Dalny.
Only a few of the higher officer
were aware of the plan, the success of
which depended upon secrecy. The
achievement raised the spirits of the
Russians afloat and ashore, and the
young naval officer who was the hero
of the exploit was feted and recom
mended for the cross of St. George.
The Russians, on May 11, appre
hending that the presence of a Japan
ese squadron meant an attempt to cap
ture Dalny, blew up the plera and
quietly evacuated the place.
Two thousand Japanese have re
occupled the road to Sanchlllpu, again
cutting off Port Arthur. A strong
force Is advancing against Poland
len. IS A HOMESTEADER AT 91.
Preston Morrison Files Claim on North
Dakota Quarter Section.
IOWA FALLS. (Special.) Home
steading a claim at the age of 91 Is
the new record made by Preston S.
Morrison, a Michlgander. who has Just
filed on a quarter section In North Da
kota. Not content with this. Mr. Mor
rison will buy two sections of land
and embark In the horse business on
a big scale. He Is unusually active
and does not show bis age, appearing
more like a man of 50. He was bom
on the Atlantic ocean In March, 1813.
the voyege on a sailing ship taking
two months and twenty days. He Is a
veteran of the Mexican and the Civil
wars and claims he never had a sick
day or missed a meal. He has hern
temperate In all things and used to
bacco up to ten years ago, when he
stopped smoking because he felt It
disagreed with him. Before coming
West he was a resident of Elyrla. O.
Vancouver to Be Fortified.
VANCOCVEIl. B. C. (Special.)
Vancouver harlor Is to be fortified
P"n the recommendation of Jiord
Duudotialdson. general officer com
manding the Canadian military, who
Inspected the port a few months ago
and was struck with Its lark of pro
tection In case of war. The necessary
guns have been ordered In England
and will be delivered In Vancouver
this summer. The fortifications will
be bcatl on Point Grey and point
Atkinson. two prominent and oppo
site points of land at the mouth of
the barter I.ord Dundonald says In
the event of a war In India Vancou
ver will be an Important base of sup
rlies in transit (o the Orient.
Mormon Colony in New York.
NEW YORK (Special.) A com
mittee of Mormons, representing the
Harlem olony in this city, probably
the largest outside of ftah has pre
pared to leave shortlv for Salt l.ake
City, where a favoralde report will be
made on plans to build a temple here
covering from six to twelve blocks.
King Edward to Lady Stanley.
IXJNDON.-tBpe-dal ) In an auto
graph letter to l.ady Stanley, King Ed
ward says: "I had the great advan
tage of knowing your distinguished
husband personally and often beard
from his own lips most Interesting
accounts of bi grand travela and ex
plorations aud the great services be
rendered for the civilised world. The
great name he won will ever live after
AFR AID OF THE CHINESE.
Russians Think They Will Have to Be
Reckoned With Shortly,
ST. rKTEnSRl'RO. (Special.) lit
rlew of the official dispatches regard
ing the hostile attitude of the Chinese
within and without l.e Russian sphere
of Influence, the authorities here do
net conceal their apprehension a to
the outlook, especially in the north of
the empire, for they purpose to call
the attention of the celestial govern
ment to the Impending uprising in
Tapadslatal In order that repressive
measures may be Instantly taken.
It Is known and appreciated hem
that all the powers have made strong
representations to Pekln In the Inter
est of the preservation of the tran
quility of the empire, but It Is stated
that Major General Pflug's dispatch of
May 14 shows the necessity for further
Impressing the celestial government
with the advisability of ac'lng with a
The authorities here do not forget
that ti-e Boxer revolt, which spread
from Shan Tung, would have Involved
the entire empire had It not been for
the firmness of the southern viceroys.
The military authorities In St. Peters
burg claim to have information of a
sensational character to the effect that
the Chinese have tacitly agreed to co
operate with the Japanese operations
against Use Russians.'
The Japanese propose. It Is stated,
to drive General Kuropatkfn's forces
Into Mongolia, which would place the
Russians In the position of Invaders
of neutral territory and enable re
prisals by General Ma s army, which.
It Is asserted. Is kept In that region
for that special object, thus cleverly
avoiding the slightest infringement of
the neutrality of China by Japan, and
the Chinese troops, by not crossing
the Manchurlan frontier, could cot be
charged with a violation of pledges in
respect to non interference In military
operations In Manchuria,
The opinion of an eminent ,-trate-glst
given to the Associated Press
Sunday, Is that the Japanese Intend to
attack not only Llao Yang, but all
along the line. In an effort to drive
General Kuropatkin Into Mongolia,
where the Chinese are waiting for
Knowing these conditions. General
Kuropatkin. he said, would not be
likely to make a serious resistance at
Kal Ping or Kal Chenk.'but would
withdraw to the north.
This would enable the Japanese tc
march on Newchwang with little hin
drance, and their unopposed use of
that point as a base frn which men
and supplies could be sent north with
out any violation of the neutral son
west of the Llao river.
PERISH IN RAPIDS.
Four Young People Are Drowned
Near Rtno, Nev.
RENO. NEV. (Special.) By the
breaking of one of the spans of the
su;enslon tramway across the
Truckee river at Lawton Springs, five
miles west of this city. Sunday, four
people, Maurice Jacob, a young busi
ness man of this city; Miss McMil
lan, daughter of a prominent business
man of Reno; Mrs. Stephen Ede, Jr.,
and a Mr. Klngsley of Chicago, were
precipitated from the car Into the
swollen stream and drowned.
The accident was witnessed by
Fred Coleman of San Francisco, who
was unable to render any assistance.
The tramway consists of two steel
cables stretched acroes the river, upon
which a car runs which Is much ued
by pleasure seeker. The four young
people entered the car to cross the
river. When they reached in Id stream
one of the strands parted. One plerc
ir.g shriek was heard and the four
were observed for a few moments
struggling In the rapids.
Both young men were athletes and
gave up their lives In heroic efforts
to save their companions. Mr. Jaroba
was seen for a few moments swim
ming wl:h Mis McMillan, holding her
above water, when. In her terror, she
grasped his arms and both went down.
Klngsley swam fur ?ol yard hoi ling
Mrs. Ede'a bead above water, then
was se.-u to turn on his back, when
the woman seised him and bore the
swhnmer beneath the water.
There was no time that the two
young men could not apparently have
saved themselves, although at the
place where the accident occurred
there are swift rapids. the water
seething and boiling over great rocks.
Hundreds of people are searching
for the bodies of the vi. tims of the
accident, but up to a late hour Sun
day only one has been recovered,
t'nder the direction of Chief of Po
lice Ixwper. electric lights have been
strung across the river at Intervals for
several ml)es and nets have been
Placed. Mr. Tllsman Is a prominent
business man of Chlcagn, wbo was
camping at Iughton 8prings for the
benefit cf bis health.
Bread may be the staff of life, but
money Is a pretty good substitute as
Crossing the Atlantic.
PLAYA DEL ESTE. CUBA. (Spe
cial.) After coating day and night the
battleships Kearsarge, Alabama.
Maine and Iowa, of the North Atlantic
fleet, commanded by Rear Admiral
Barker, sailed Sunday In accordance
with the Itinerary, for the Asores, en
mute for Lisbon. The rrulaers Olym
pla, Baltimore and Cleveland, under
Rear Admiral Jewell, sailed for St.
Thomaa, where they will foal and
later Join the battleships at TayaL
A BESIEGED CITY
RUSSIAN WRITER 1 ELLS OF THE
SITUATION AT PORT ARTHUR.
HE ESCAPED ON THE IAST TRAIN OUT
Great Activity In Strengthening Land
Defeness Troops In test nf Spir
its and Imbued With Determination
to Die Rather Than Give Up the
City Corri ndent's Flight,
MAO YANO (Special ) Nemlrov
Ich Danrhcnko, popularly known aa
the Russian Archibald Forbes, who Is
now in the service of the Associated
Press, haa Just arrived here from
Port Arthur annd furnishes the fol
lowing chronicle of the events of the
first week of the Investment of that
fortress. Danchenko escaped from the
beleaguered city by the last train:
"From Thursday. May 5. the power
ful fleet of the enemy's cruisers, the
Adsuma, Asa ma. Idsumo. Iwalte and
another, the name of which is un
known, together with the flagship Mi
kasa. and the battle ships Shikishima.
Hatsuex, Asahl. Yashima and the Fuji,
remained constantly in eight at Port
Arthur, departing every night and re
turning at daylight. The Japanese tor
pedo boats occasionally swept our
coast with searchlights at night, while
their barges lay In waiting off Pigeon
bay. beyond our vision on the western
horlton. and beneath the lofty hills
that skirt the Llao-Tung gulf. Appar
ently, the Japanese were watching to
see If we intended to Interfere with
their landing farther north.
"Our communications with the
North were broken on Thursday, and
the following day the telegraph office
in Port Arthur refused to accept our
Japanese cavalry reconnoitered the
peninsula from the nortn to ascertain
whether we were safely imprisoned.
But this fact did not cause any partic
ular lmpres!on in Port Arthur. The
weather was beautiful, a band was
playing on the boulevard, and there
were many people unconcernedly
promenading the atreets. We heard
that the Japanese had fired on the
last outgoing train, carrying the Rus
sian sick and wounded, and had suc
ceeded In wounding two of the passen
gers. Rumors also floated In announc
ing the destruction of the railroad and
the blowing up of some of the bridges,
but our spirits remained singularly
undepressed. The military officers
and men talked of nothing except a
secoud siege of Schastopol. although,
as a matter of fart. Sct,ato.o had
ceer been cut tiff from It communi
cations on the land side.
"'We can die like, our forefathers.'
was the universal sentiment ex
pressed. The Chin'-se continued work
ing a usual, for the most part, very
few of them attempting to escape.
"It seems that the sole defence of
the Russian stronghold Is General Km
dratenko. He know no rest, and Is
Ceaseless In bl activity. The i.tmost
vigilance pre alls throughout the for
tlflcatluns, and the energy betrayed by
every one from the highest to lowest
Is marvelous. No one is now admitted
to Port Arthur. The women from
Delny. which was doomed to destruc
tion, sought shelter here, but were not
allowed to remain any later than Fri
day of last week.
"The number of Chinese seeking
work on the fortifications and a serv
ants Is more numerous than ever. As
long as there I rice there will be
Chlnstnen. The attitude of the Chi
nese authorities is changing and be
coming threatening. The natives are
clearly our friends and the authorities
clearly antagonize. For Instance, the
governor of the province i f Fu-Cbow,
northwest i.f west on the I.iaoTung
peninsula, has announced that he will
behead all of the natives In our surv
ive very smn and that be will burn
Wafandian. one of the neighboring
towns whirl) baa shown Itrelf friendly
to the Russians After the skirmish
at Wafandian between the Japanese
advance and the Russian guard, the
governor executed the Interpreter and
the servant of Lieutenant lliiliner. the
Russian military chief In charge of
that sectl'iu of the railroad.
"Beyond Cape Terminal the Japan
ese are landing Immense stores of
rlca and siege gun. The surnmnilng
heights are occupied by their scouts."
He Killed a Pacmskr.
DENVER. COL (Special I Samuel
Emrlch, a city detective, was Friday
Convicted of murder In the second de
gree for the murder of William Ma
lone, a salooukeepvr. on the night of
February 2"., 14 Emrlch s attor
neys have been granted five days lu
which to file a motion for a new trial.
Emrlch shut and killed Malone In the
Utters saloon after a quarrel with
Mike Ryan, an ex-convlct. over a game
of dice. Malone was acting the role
of peacemaker. Emrlch claimed self
defense. Malone at one time was well
known on the turf, where he oratd
atrlng of trotting horses.
Peary to Go North This Yssr.
ST. JOHNS. N. F. (Stwe'.al ) Cap
tain Peary. l 8. N.. the Arctic ex
plorer, Is negotiating for the sealing
steamer Eagle to convey hltn and a
preliminary expedition to Littleton Is
land, In the Greenland seas, during
the present summer, where he will
arrange for bis large Polar expedition
next season. Captain Pvary contem
plates a sojourn of four years In the
Ive at first sight supplies a lot of
Hwb tw llvore fiiites
IT OPENED HIS EYES.
A Standard Oil Man Hears of B art Is a
vllle for First Tim.
RAnTLF.SVIU.n. I. T. (Special)
Daniel O'Dsy of New York, genital
manager of the Standard Oil Com
pany's pipe Hue department, and J.
O'Brien, of Lima. O.. were In Hurtle.
vllle rerrntly making an Inspection ol
the field. This was Mr. O Day s flin
visit to Indian Territory. He said be
had never beard of hartlesvllle bejoie,
and afler he bad bee driven over a
portion of the oil field he expressed
genuine surprise that so much oil was
produced here. 1-ooklng over the
Cherokee country, Mr. O lay asked:
"What haa that land laen condemned
for? I don't see auy oil well there."
He was told the Indian department
waa waiting for the little ball of red
tape to unwind. This Is one point all
Eastern men cannot understand.
When the Standard first made the
survey for its teritory line. It thought
all it had to do was to pay the damage
claimed by the occupants of claims
and go to work. The company's of
ficials were a very nt.-n:shed lot o
men when the secretary of the In
terior took them by the nape of the
neck, figuratively speaking, and threw
thctn out. The department would not
let the Indian assess and roloct his
own damage, but Insisted tbat Secre
tary Hitchcock must study over it rive
or six months to see If the Indian bad
not been cheated by asking twice as
much aa the land was worth. Mr.
O'Day told Superintendent Latimer
that the company must take more oil
away from Bortlestllle than It has
be?n doing and ordered two more tank
cars put on dally, making eleven,
which will carrv' about 2.Vo barrels
a day, and said ho would transfer see
eral more to this station at once. He
also Instructed the superintendent to
get all the material for the big pump
Ing station where he could put his
hands on It at a moini nt's notice, a a
force of wormen would bw ordered
here to rush '.he pipe line and pumping
station Just as soon as be t becked up
the Kansas stations.
One of the general officers of the
Standard Oil Company has g.ven It
out that the reason the headquarters
of the company wfre moved from
Neodcsha to Independence was on ac
count of lad water supply. The fur
ther statement was made by tbe of
flclal that If liartlesvllle secure a
modern system of waterworks and
plenty of gixxl wafer It will be only a
few months before the Southwestern
headquarter of tbe company will be
at Bartlesville. It Is a question . of
dollars and cents t. the company and
health to Its employe.
As suggete.i in t h I cob-tnn some
lime ago. the time t!-,e ri,.-r..ke land
off ire wa closed n.nst be crmp!etf1
to reach th nine months' cnntet lltn
It. The commission Issued this notice
Raturdsy. This put the date of a im
prove! for the first allotments June 1.
In this connection Z M Garrison, wbo
has J ist returned fmtu Muskogee.
an.-ir.-d by tbe rliof il-rk tt.a lease
wo,ii, t,e taken up f.-r approval ahout
the same time, n 1 t!..,e n which no
contest was f:Vd would be approved.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
J. E, Van Matle I to be appolnfcr'
postmaster at Ig.r. O. T.
A potoff..-e ha t-en established
at Holland. Beaver county. O. T, with
II. W. Holland a postmaster.
The postofflce at Columbia. King
fisher county. O. T . has been discon
tinued; mail will go to Crescent.
A contract for fuel for use In the
public buildings at l-avenworth.
Kan., for the next fiscal year has
len awarded to the Donovan Trans
fer Company, at ru. J
A civil service examlna'lon will be
held May :'S fur the portion of rlerks
and letter carriers lu tbe postoff.ee at
Governor Herrlek ba ordered a
court martial In connection with :he
r"oent rlol at Hpringfield, o. at
which time the tiegrn was lynched.
A rural free ilrl'.verr route will be
established Juti 1 at Savannah. An
drew county. Mo, to serve a p"pu!a
(Ion or 4i9. It will lx iiiiU-a in
The comptroller cf the currtv y ).
authorized the First National Lank of
Versailles, Mo . In 'n business with
a rspltal of ro.ooo.
It has been definitely decided th
Sir Henry M Stanley, who dlc.l May
I. will not bo binb-d In Westminster
abbey. A memorial service will be
held there on the day cf the funeral
The following rotofflcrs have been
discontinued: Kansas -- Johnstown.
MrPherson rnuntv. mail to go to
Llndshorg. Oklal.oma Everett. Kio
wa count v. mail will go to llobatt;
Spring. Wood county, mall wi:j go
to Manchester. .
The adjourned anr.iai convention of
the Western Feteiatlon of Miners will
be held In Denver beginning May !1. 3
Tbe postofflce has been re-established
at Klngsdown. Ford county.
Kan., with Oliver O. Sheeley as post
master. An order was entered at Chicago
Thursday remanding to custody of
New York officers Captain John J
Healy, former president of the Alaska
Eiploration Company, charged with
Mary Baker Eddy, head of the
Church of Christ, ftclenttst. Is report
ed to have promulgated an amend
ment to the constitution of the church
assluat the segregation of scs.es In
clubs. Memlxrs i:f the SIssonle fra
ternity are unders'ood in be exempt
from the ruling, but minr o'ber se
cret societies are SffiCvl
PLEASE TELL YOUR READERS
Our Dig 50-Csnt Cstalogue le Now
For years the price of our btg Gen
eral Merchandise Catalogue has brra
60 cents, but we have reduced our
selling prices on all kinds if goods so
far below all other bouses as to In
sure almost every catalogue bringing
orders and making new customers,
and by the Introduction of new parer
maklng machinery, new automati
rotary printing, folding, binding an
covering machinery w have so re
duced the N st of making this big
book that we will now send It by mslL
post psld, free to any address on ap
plication. The big book, which heretofore wae
sold at 50 rents esrh, ar.d which is
now free for the asking, la te-till'-i
Inches In size, contslns thousands ol
llltistrstlons. descriptions and prices.
I thoroughly complete in nearly every
kind of merchandise, Including dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes, fur
nishing g'xids. notions, millinery, car
pets, upholstering, hardware, tool
electrical gcods. guns, sporting roods,
sewing machines, musical Instre
ments. organs, pianos, furniture, baby
carriages, crockery, cutlery, stotr.
drugs, photographic goods, optical
goods, talking machines, moving pic
ture apparatus, buggies, harness, sad
dles, saddlery, watches. Jewelry, sil
verware, clocks, safes, refrlgerstor.
tinware, everything used In the home,
in the shop, In tbe factory and on the
farm, and all priced at price muck
lower than were ever offered by acy
If you have one of our btg cata
logues or have ever seen one yosi
know what It 1 the most complete,
most np to date and lowest-priced cat
alogue ever published. If oa havent
our big catalogue don't fall to setU
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book please tell your friends aa4
neighbor that the book Is now free
and thty ran get one for the asking.
Simply on a postal cs d or 'a a tetter
say. "Send rue your Bi Catalogue.
and tbe big new book, our regular de
cent catalogue, will go to you by re
turn mall, postpaid, free with our roas
pliment. Please don I forget to tell
your neigbtMir who hasnt the big book
that the big tOcent book I now free
to anvore tor the ak!ng Addre
SEALS. KorUIlCK 4k CO, Cbicagav
There Is something else to do. girls,
than walking through the meadows
with an armful of flowers.
Dont yoa know tfcat Defiance
Starch, besides being absolutely supe
rior to any other. Is put ep II oencee
in packages and sells at same price
as 11-oucce packages of other kinds?
Say wtat you pleae. It is the ids
fitting shoe that causes you trouUe.
Wear 'em louse.
Monarch's Patience Cave Cut.
Frederick the Great employed arch.
tecta to build him a library, tut they
fought with true professional et
qUette over their desist;,. Xbe Ciow
anh wbo had braved the migt of
Europ in arms wa txt to be defeat
ed by a parrel of Bagging professional
men. "Cotfound ," aald tbe kite
"dont waMe acy more time; Ibis cup
board opposite me Is of a vry g4
design, cpy tbaL" Tbvy C:d a tbvf
Didnt Think Time Had Com.
1( mi tul -r the old tsylr.g alt'Ut
creaky duors and long binges I b4
an aur.t who was over severity. ae4
because she had tome liter troutle
she was cvutlnuaily praying out loud
that she might never Use long mouth
to be a nuisance to anybody. Put I
noticed on day when she got a suV
drn a he she upset her prater stool
In a rush lo th medicine closet -"Joshua
Larrabre In Boston lit rail
Fish Put to Many Ue.
In Gloucester, th "king town off
f sh. the hun.U cod has t-een ull'liel
with suet ess for making leather for
shoe aud glove. Is Egypt men walk
on sanilai made from (be skins T
Red Sea fih. In Russia certain peas
ant ciu-tiitnes are beautifully trtmaic4
with the skins of a fine fixtd fish, tbe
turtu-t. Bookbinders In Eutope are
binding bot-k with eelskln.
Indicate Improper D ti, Usually Doe
One of the common symptoms o
to (toe poisoning Is the bsd dreams
that ii!l what should be restful
sleep a man wbo found Ihe reason
"Formerly 1 was a slave to coffee. I
wa like a morphine fiend, could not
sleep at night, would roil and toss la
my bed and wt.cn I did get to alee
was disturbed by dreams and hot go b
bllns. would wake up with beadschrs
and feel bad all day, so nervous I
could not attend to business. My
writing looked like bird tracks, I ha 4
sour belchlngs from the stomach. In
dtgettou, heartburn and palpitation
of the heart, robs tl pat Ion. Irregularity
of tbe klit Beys, etc
' Indeed. I began to feel I bad all
the troubles that human flesh cou!4
suffer but when s friend advised me
to leave off coffee 1 felt a If be hai
Insulted me. I could Dot bear tbe
Idea. It had such a bold on me and I
refused to believe It the cause.
' Butlttnmed out that noadvtce was
ever gives at a more oeJed time for
I finally consented, to try I'oatum, an 4
with tbe going of coffee ai.d the coin
ing of Postum all my trouble have
gone aud health ha returned. I eat
and Sleep Well now, nerve ateadlel
down and I write a fair hand (a yo
ran see), can attend to business again
and rejoice that I am free from the
monster Coffee." Nsire given by
Postum Co.. Bsttl Creek. Mich.
Ten ds' trial of Postum In place
of coffee will bring aound, restful, re
freshing sleep. There's a reason.
lxik In each pkg. for the famous
Utile book, "The )Usd to Wetivilla.-