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GEO. P. IIL'CKKBY
NANNIE R. HUCKKUT
, 1 "n
Tnat machine, (hat stretches a short
man offers Buttling to the man who 1
A Tennessee vomtn ate a $10 bill
That wan a good war to keep fro re
Lightning atrurk a baseball gam
In Troy the other day, but usual
tba umpire escaped.
"We demand suffrage." says tht
remstvrMi. "Well. suffer and t
blanked," say tLe autocrat.
The king of tho Belgians Is bunting
for a wife. Here la a chance for an
American heiress to buy a queensblp
A Pennsylvania club baa admitted
a horse to membership. That'a noth
ing; there are asset In. almost every
The Philadelphia sheep that butter!
J's benefactor Is supposed to have es
cap?(J from WaU street after tht
The boys wouldn't protest If the
first step toward realizing the Ideal
of "a noiseWs Fourth" were to cut
out the orations.
TYhen Pat Crowe finally settles with
the law he should take tip advertising
as a profession. He understands the
business to perfection.
The mind, like the body, needs ev
erclse. When a woman says a few
things to her husband she Is merely
doing mental calisthenics.
"Every man," say John Burroughs
has his favorite bird." Which may
In a large measure, explain the gen
ral popularity of swallows.
It It well enough to be sure yon are
right, but you will be a whole lot
more comfortable if yon don't Insist
on convincing other people of IL
That New York doctor who think
women are less graceful than men
lias probably been confining his ob
servatlons to women who wear French
All the gambling resorts In Butte.
Wont., have been closed, and some
hopeful people believe that In time
the camp may become as moral at
According to Angela Morgan a worn
an's kiss is worth fifty of a man's
And how wasteful of this wealth the
!eaf creatur's are when they meet
Fanny Rice, the actress, has secured
a divorce. It may be ungallant tc
mention such a thing, but Isn't Fanny
Rice getting rather well along tn
years to risk it?
That Portland (Me.) automobil
which ran alone and Jumped over a
precipice to destruction must havt
had an awful record of casualtlef
upon Its conscience.
The name that has been given to
the new orchid which has lust won a
prize In London Is the "Brassocattle
looks like a college yelL
A Chicago alleged lemon pie, bak
ery made, was found to consist ol
etarch paste and "various coal tat
products.1 The Chicago mince pl
must be fearfully and wonderfully
Perhaps the court which decided
that milliners are not "artists" never
had occasion to Inspect the thorough
ly artistle work some of them can do
with pen and ink on a slain, ordinary
It must have been picturesque to
see Gen. Llnevltch going down the
lines of his headquarters troops and
saluting each soldier with an Easter
kins. Gen. Grant never did anything
A man tn Redalla. Mo., wants a dl
vorce from bis wife on the ground
that she chews tobacco. It mutt be
a terrible thing for a wife to have
to choose between a husband and a
plug of tobacco.
The season of the year Is now here
when the average school boy forgets
all bis other studies In trying to solve
the mathematical problem of how to
steal third baas without ripping the
seams In his pasts.
It is a great shock to the census
taker to hare a woman come to the
front door and tell him calmly that
her age Is the same as It was when
he called on a similar errand of in
ouiry five years ago.
The daughter of a wealthy Engllah
man has married her father's rhsuf
feur.. If a decent coachman Is a bet
;ter man than a worthless duke, a good
'chauffeur ought to stack up prett
well In comparison with a chumpl
"I never took anything which would
affect people who were not able tc
attend the lose," pleads Defaulter
Smith of San Francisco. A slrulla
plea helped Robin Hood with tt
populace, but would hardly hav
touched sheriff or Judge.
HIS POWER GONE
CZAR NO LONGER LISTENS TO M.
HE DENOMINATED FOR YEARS
Leading Exponent of Aut'Krery and
Orothodosy Hs Regarded Th
at the Twin Cornerstones of
Russia's Future Greatness.
ST. rETETtSIU'HO. The power of
M. Pobedonostzeff, procurator general
of tho Holy Synod, who, for the
twenty five years aince he Induced
Emperor Alexander II. to overthrow
Lorls Melikoff and abandon, hla whole
reform policy hat been dominating the
reactionary influence of the Kusalan
state, seems shattered at last. He Is
over 80 wears old. Is confined to his
bed practically continuously, believes
he see everything for which he fought
slipping away and Is dying an embit
tered old man. Yet with the threads
of his life snapping he still protests
with all the fire of his remarkable
M. Pobedonostzeff has been de
nominated a fantlc by the West. The
secret of his wonderful sway over the
minds of two emperors has been his
unshaken belief in and devotion to
the principles of autocracy and orthod
oxy as the twin cornerstones of
Russia's future greatness. Holy Rus
sia, he believed with all the intensity
of bis soul, was destined to dominate
the globe and he was ever fond of
asserting, as be did to Senator Beve
ridge of Indiana: "Russia, Russia is
tot a state, Russia is a world."
RIOTING 13 RESUMRD.
Strike Sympathizers Renew the At
tacks en Non-Union Teamsters.
CHICAGO. Seeking to avenge the
murder of Enoch Carlson, the a year
old boy who was shot and killed last
Tuesday night by a negro, scores of
men armed with revolvers went forth
Saturday eight determined to drive
the nonunion teamsters from the dis
trict. Negroes leaving the branch
yards of the Peabody Coal Company,
at Twenty-sixth place and Canal
streets were followed and assaulted,
and as a result two riots occurred, in
which one man was shot and probably
fatally wounded, many others were
hurt and tlx were arrested.
MR. 60WEN HAS
FILED HIS REPORT
WASHINGTON. Mr. Bowen, United
States minster to Venezuela, called on
Secretary Taft Tuesday and filed bis
statement in reply to Assistant Secre
tary Loomls's cnarges and also bear
ing upon the charges against Loomla
which he transmitted to the offlcals
In cabinet meeting Mr. Bowen
called at the While house and through
Secretary Ioeb, sent a note to
Secretary Taft. The note simply in
dicated the presence at the executive
offices of Senor Pastory Mora, a
friend of Mr. Bowen, whom the min
ister desired should talk with the Pres
ident and Secretary Taft. Soon after
ward Senor Mora had a conference
with the President and Secretary Taft.
The talk lasted some time, Senor Mora
did not disclose tbe details of the In
terview, but it Is know that, having
at one time been connected with the
asphalt company in Caracas, he was
enabled to throw some light upon the
present situation. When Secretary
Taft left the White house be said that
no determination of the case bad been
reached and none would be until all
the facts from both sides had been
developed. He Indicated this might
require several days.
Another Transport 8tfandd.
WASHINGTON. General Corbln
In Manila has cabled the following
account of tbe stranding of tbe army
transport Buford: "Colonel Philip
Reade reports the Buford with part
of Nineteenth regiment, Catted States
Infantry, on board hlle running at
full speed struck a coral reef four
miles from Mslubsng. At latest oc
counts the Buford bad not been gotten
Labor Unions at War.
CHICAGO The Knights of I-abor
have filrd a petition In the I'nited
Ela'es circuit court for a retraining
order enjoining George J. Thompson,
secretary of tbe Ctgarmakers Inter
national I'nlon of America, from cir
culating literature condemning cigars
manufactured by the Knights of
Killed Shawnee City Marshal.
SHAWNEE. O. T. The trial of A.
I. Jordan, formerly a cook in a res
taurant here, for killing City Marshall
Smith, of Wynnewood, In rhls city last
October, la now on In the district
court. Jordan threw a cleaver al
Smith, cutting bis bead open.
Boy Kills Companion.
OKLAHOMA CITY. O T. It Is re
ported here from Erlrk, O. T., that
Emory Corse y, 16 years old, shot
and kllledArthur Bull, aged 20 yirs.
They had quarreled over a dog. Coraey
has I the country. An Inquest Is
Kansas City Bonos Ltgsl.
ALBANY. N. Y. Tbe statutes of
this stale no contain a general stand
ard for the Investment of savings
bauks and trust funds. Governor Hlg'
glus signed tL bill Tuesday nlghL
GAVE HIM A MILLION DEeRS.,,
A Pennsylvania Brewer Was Vary
Grateful for a Favor.
FITTSIU'HO, PA. Constable John
Bertges of Allegheny h received ns
a present I million glasses of bear
from Tnton I.utz. a wealthy brewer.
Ilcrtgi's did a llttlx act of Murines
for the brewer. "That was worth
than a million glasses of beer to me,
Bertges," mid Luis, "Give me a mil
lion glasses of hear and all la square,"
said the constable, banterlugly. .
The brewer wrote an order for a
million g!aMa of beer to be delivered
to the roiiHtable personally on thu
retail plan. The order was honored
everywhere. Tho constable figures
that by drinking fourteen glasses ot
been dally Sunday Included, it would
take Mm 208 years to drink Lull's
Governor Hoch, of Kansas, has Is
sued this interesting Memorial day
On the Stub, of every recuring May,
when the air Is fragrant with the
perfume of flower sua vocal with the
melody of birds and all nature gives
8uncticn to the beautiful and sacred
custom, and a grateful people turn
atilde from their varied aud various
duties to honor the memory of tho
brave men who. In tbe dark days of
the '60s, took their guns and their
lives In their hands and went forth to
do and dare and die, if need were,
that this government of the people
and by toe people and for the people
might not perish from the earth, and
wberever floats the flag they loved
so well and the deeds ot theee heroes
of outs are cherished memories and
their graves are hallowed spots.
The sweetest flower that buds and
blossoms in the human heart is gra
titude, and Memorial day Is Its na
tional conservatory. On this day
let tbe pathway of our living heroes
be strewn with these tokens of appre
ciation and the graves of their sleeping
comrades be bowered with natures
sweetest emblems and moistened with
gratitude's tears. Let it not be a day
of frivolity and frolic, but a day ot
serioua reflection and of solemn ob
servance, as becometh a thoughtful
intelligent and patriotic people. In
harmony with these sentiments De
partment Commander Charles Harris
baa issued general ordtr No. 6, aslnj
for tbe proper observance of this sac
red memorial, first, with religious ser
vice on the Sunday preceding Memor
ial day, and with the customary exer
cises on tbe occasion most popularly
known as Decoration day, with which
request I am In hearty sympathy, lu
Uilimnony whereof I have hereunto
subscribed my name and caused to I
affixed tbe great seal of tho state ol
Kansas. Done at the stale capltol.
in the city of Topeka, this 20th day
of May. A. D., 19o5.
E. W. HOCH.
DEATH FOR JOHANN HOCH.
Looks as if He Would Pay the Auful
CHICAGO Johann Hoch wa con
victed Friday of the murder of his
wife, Mrs. Marie Welckerlioch and
was sentenced to death.
Hoch. It is asserted, murdered
eleven women whom be had married
The police say tbe number may tx
greater. Here are the nomee of th
wives he is known to have killed:
Mrs. Emlle Fischer Hoch.
Mrs. Marie Welcker Hoch.
Mrs. Nathalie Irgan Hoch.
Mrs. Minne Podalskl Hoch.
Miss Gretchrn Hauffmann. Berlin.
Mrs. Duees Hoch. Hamilton. O.
Mrs. Anna Hendrickson Hoch.
Mrs. Mary Ranktn Hoch.
Mrs. Janett Spencer Hoch.
Mrs. Mlnne J. Klenskl Hoch.
Mrs Hulda Nagel Hoch. 8t, PauL
BRIEF BITS Of NEWS.
President Roosevelt may Ignore pro
Nut against his programme to buy
foreign supplies for the Panama canal.
April foreign trade makes a record
in tbe value of exports, the biggest
end of the gain being on the side of
Mr. Oliver J. Morton of Indianapo
lis, widow of Indiana's famous war
governor, has reiterated her Stiih
In fixing Aug. 0 for the execution
of Edward Gottschaik self-confessed
murdered. Governor Johnson ot Min
nesota declares he Is opposed to capit
George D. Richardson, for twelve
yeara cashier in the Internal revenue
office at Milwaukee, shot himself. An
investigation of hia books Is now In
progress. He was 4tS years old and
left a family.
t nlted Htates may ask powers to
Join In International conference to re
gulate emigration; Austria demands
retail of Emigration Agtnt Braun for
hia activity n exposing emigrant
Important papers In the Bowen
ixxjiuis Venezuelan controversy are
reported mysteriously missing.
Justlc Harlan. In address at Preeby
terlao gathering at Winona lake, says
America will rei'tsrt becoming a world
Judge Holt has named A. R. Conkl
ing of New York as receiver for the
private banking firm of A. ('. Wilcox
at Co. which assigned a few days
ago. The receiver will lake possession
of the fourteen branch bauks located
la the farming villages In New York
A TEXAS TORNADO
FORT WORTH AND SURROUNDING
TOWN3 IN STORM'S PATH.
DEATH LIST NOT COMPLETE
Several Lives Batlevtd to Have Bten
Lost at Mineral Walls On Killed
and one Hurt In Fort Worth
Property Damage Hssvy.
FORT WORTH, TF.X A tornado
visited thin section of Texas Sunday
night, dolug heavy damage. One per
son was killed In this city, and re
ports from adjoining places Indicate
that aeveral persons hsve met death.
The Texas Iaclflc passenger station
In this city was partly wrecked. John
Young, a train dispatcher, was caught
under the falling walls and killed out
right. Charles Nets, an express mes
renger, was injured by a failing
The St. James negro church build
ing was torn to pieces. A large con
gregation had Just been dismissed.
The roof of the Fort Worth National
bank was blown away. Plate-gltus
windows in many quarters of the city
were smashed by the wind and many
awnings w-ere torn away. The streets
The Baptist and Episcopal churches
In North Fort Worth were wrecked,
while the roof of the Grand hotel and
the Johnson house were torn away.
Some thirty dwellings In various parts
of tbe city were damaged. The roof
of the Second Ward school building
was torn away.
Meager reports say that much dam
age was done in tbe country west of
this city. From passengers who
came in from the West It Is learned
that Mineral Wells, fifty miles from
here, was torn to pieces and several
persons killed. Hantiley, seven miles
east of here, suffered much property
damage. It Is not learned at this
time if any one was killed there.
American Baptist Historical Society
in St. Louis.
ST. I.OriS. Selections have been
made of offices for the American Bap
tist Historical Society for the ensuing
year as follows: President, Rev. Dr.
B. L. Whitman of Pennsylvania; vice
president, the Rev. Dr. E. B. Hulbert
of Illinois; recording secretary, the
Rev. Dr. Bernard MacMacklin of Penn
sylvania; corresponding secretary, the
Rev. Dr. A. L. Vail of Pennsylvania;
treasurer, Arthur Malcolm of Penn
sylvania; board of. managers: Min
isters, Philip L. Jour p. Thomas
8. Sampson. Kerr Boyce. George II.
Charles. J. H. Ha.-ltn. J. W. Iall. E.
E. Ayrts. and Waiter Caliey, all of
Pennsylvania: laymen, W. W. Keen,
D. P. 1.4'iis, H. S. Hopper, all of Penn
sylvania, and William J. t'oxey of New
Jervey. Vice prttldent were alao
elected representing every stale In
the United Slates.
HOBART, OKLA. The tornado has
been abroad again la this section. Sat
urday the following points In Okla
homa were visited: Olustee. a small
town on the Frisco, almost wiped out
No deaths. Stroud was visited, light
ning struck In two places at the Craig
saloon, tearing holes In the roof and
stone walls. Balls of fire fell to tbe
floor and rolled out at the bark door.
It caused a stampede among those In
the room and shocked several of them
badly. Edniond was visited and prop
erty was damaged. Other places vis
ited were Shawnee, 1 .aw ton. Bock well.
Ilenman. Olustee was w iped out.
Ztmetvoe in Siberia.
IRKUTSK. EASTERN SIBERIA
The governors of Tobolsk and Tomsk,
In obedience to the Imperial rescript
have proclaimed the establishment
of xemstvoa In these provinces. Count
Kutalssoff, tbe new governor of Ir
kutsk, requests the ro-operntlon of the
Inhabitants la the creation of tba Ir
Murders His Aged Mother.
PACRAMF.NTO. CAL Ohr'e Chris
tlsnson who a few dnya ago waa re
leased on parole from an Insane asy
lum, murdered hla aged mothtr by cut
ting her throat. I.atrr Christ Union
shot himself and cut bis own throat.
His dead ldy waa found In hla bar
Anti-Trust Law Invalid.
HELENA, MONT Oa tbe ground
that the anti-trust law of Montana Is
unconstitutional. Judge Henry C.
Smith, In the district court here sus
tained the demurrer of the Information
In the criminal proceedings Instituted
against five pat king houses.
Beware of liquid food for reflection
that is Imbibed through a straw.
Firs Frighttns Injured.
SNYDER .O .T Fire broke out
here In the hardware store where the
National guard la quartered, caused
by the explosion of a gasoline lamp.
The alarm was given by the military
guard firing rlflea. People and hos
pital patients were panic stricken.
Order was not restored for an hour.
Blackwall's Gift to Cnydcr.
BLACKWE1.L, OK The Itlarkwell
Commercial club raised toO among
.the titlxens for the sufferers by cy-
clone in Suyder Wednesday ntghL
ORDERED TO LEAVE.
All Fortlgn Agents Driven Out at
WASHINGTON. Richard S. Green
er, Aiiu-i lean rotntnerrlnl agent at
Vladivostok, hna raided the state de
partment thai all thn foreign and com
mercial at'cuts there have been asked
to leave Vladivostok fortress and are
given permission to reside In the cities
of the maritime provinces. Mr.
Greener himself waa just leaving
Vladivostok for Haborowsks. It Is
recalled here that a similar measure
was adopted by the Russian author
ities at Port Arthur at the beginning
of the Investment of the place by the
Japanese land and sea forces, and
hence It la r.ssumed that Vladivostok
Is exepcted to become a center of the
seat of war very soon
HAS BEEN DEDICATED
NEW YORK. Representatives ot
the Panama republic have formally
dedicated their navy at a shipyard In
South Brooklyn. The force afloat con
sls's of tbe steam yacht Orienta,
commanded by Captain T. T. Love
lace, formerly of Kan pas City. The
yacht was recently purchased from a
New Tork man for $."0,000 and has
been thoroughly overhauled prepara
tory to taking up tho duty of guarding
the eastern coast of tbe isthmus.
For the occasion of hoisting the
Panama ensign, the Orienta was In
gala dress and a large party went
aboard, headed by Carlos Aroscmana,
secretary of the legation. Luncheon
was served on board, after which the
flag of the republic was brought from
a locker and raised by Secretary A ro
se man a. Tbe emblem consists of four
squares, two of while, one In the upper
left and the other In the lower tight
hand corners, and two squares, one
each of red and blue. In one of the
white squares there Is a single star
of blue and In the other a red star.
RETIRED THE COMMANDER.
British Admiralty Will Not Allow
"Raggin" In the Navy.
LONDON. A recent caee of "rag
ging" on board the British cruiser
Kent has been promptly followed by
a compulsory retirement on halt pay
of Captain Douglas A. Gamble, her
commander, for allowing such an oc
currence on his ship, and by the pun
ishment of others concerned In the
affair. The "ragging" took place In
the gun room where tbe midshipmen
attempted to strip and flog an un
popular comrade. The latter drew a
revolver and shot one of the midship
men in the mouth.
LIKELY TO ESCAPE
JEFFERSON CITY'. I !0. Division
No. 1 of the supreme court reversed
the jmlgrm-nl SKuluut ('has. E. Gulke
and Charles F. Kelley, the ex-members
of St. Ixuls house of delegates, and
remanded the casea for new trials.
Judge Gantt wrote the opinion of
the court In the case of Gulke, wko
was convicted by the 8t. Louis court
for sharing with fifteen other mem
bers of the house of delegates in the
ITS.tK'O bribery fund of the Suburban
Street railway, and Jude Fox wrote
the opinion of the court In the case of
Charles F. Kelly, who was convicted
by the St. Iiouls court for perjury la
connection with the Suburban deal.
These rases were reversed and re
manded for new trails because the
Informations were not properly veri
fied as held by the supreme court In
the Bonner case. Tbe attorney gener
al In his brief In these cases confessed
error as to the verification of tbe In
formation against Gutke and Kelly
and tb supreme court, therefore, re
versed the judgements and sent the
rases back for new trails on Indict
ments from the grand jury or on in
formations properly verified.
Cutworms Attack Thj Or an gas.
SAN BERNARDINO. CAU The
horde oi cutworms which has been In
creasing by millions tn this valley
during the last few Weeks, hss begun
an attack on orange orchards. Grow
ers are alarmed and have callvd on
the county commissioner to take steps
at once to save the crop. The worms
are not rating the foliage, but have
attacked the green fruit and buda bor
ing through the rind of Uie fruit and
devouring the Interior. Some trees
are already cltmned of fruit.
Big Russian Wheat Crop,
BT. PETERSBURG. The eoer
gellc measurea Initiated by Minster
of Railroads Hllkoff are resulting In
breaking the grain blorkado la the
Southeast of Russia, about 00.000 cars
being moved In April, leaving only
Dawn of a new era for Poland Is
seen tn the czar's rescript ending the
t.arah rule tn the province and giv
ing tbe Poles wider privileges.
Eight-Hour Law Applies.
WASHINGTON. In an opinion
rendered by Attorney General Moody
regarding tbe application of tbe eight
hour law to tbe employes of the Isth
mus canal coin mlai-Ion on tbe Isthmus
ot Panama, the attorney general holds
that the law applies to those employes.
New Commissioner Arrives.
CAPE TOWN. CAPE COLONY.
Ivord Sflhorne. ex-first lord of British
admiralty, thl successor of Ird Mll
ner as high commissioner la South
Africa, arrived hers1 Tuesday.
I Alabaitlne produces exquisitely
beaatilul effects on walls and ceil- I
I logs. Easy to apply, simply mix !
J with cold water. Batter than kalse-
a nine, saint sr wall saper. It is Dot a J
kalsomine, it U a sanitary, perman a
( eat, cement coating, which hardens '
a on tbe walls, destroying disease t
J germs and vermin, never rubbing or
scaling. Kaisotntoes mixed with a
eiiber hot or cold water soon rub I
a and scale on, spoiling walls, clothing i
and furniture. They contain glue, S
which decays and nourishes Ibe
germs of deadly disease.
If vftfjr drtsf sH or feir4war
vmll M ft AsaKiit, rfw uiv
Oiui r4 imi'ftttoM n4 wdft of
m- &m) fof ft midbIb l tints
and kbfwrttaiioa about 4coiaua.
GfM At, . Crso4 Rapid. Mka,
loaaeNw Yot Cc. to) Water StaaIa
One night 81r Henry Irving, on get
ting Into a cab, gave the driver a floe
Havana ctgax. By the lime the end of
the jnurncy was reached the cabby
waa putting on airs. His hat was on
one side and. sitting bolt upright, ho
was smoking with keen enjoyment
an enjoyment that rejoiced the heart
of the actor, who told him he was
glad he liked the cigar. "Yea I do.
I eeTer dreamed of such tobacco!"
Thereupon Irvtng gave him another
cigar of the same brand, with the In
junction to smoke It after supper.
"No, sir, I won't, for the very smell
ot such a cigar as this tn my house
would make the landlord double my
GRIP'S OGLl SEQUEL
USZT3 BTirr, HA5D3 HELPLESS,'
BUEUMATISil SEAR HEABT.
Mr. X mm arojr Kspwtoa' Itoafr
Aflar-r.ewta trmtm Orta) ea4 t.r
1ilH.li UIm IWm4r.
The grip lewvrs behind tt weakened
vital powers, thin blood, impaired di
gvstiou ami over-M-nsitiv nervee a
roitditton tluU tuftkr-e lite system an y
prry to pn'Umooui, timuctiitis, thrums
tUtn, nervous lrui.lnu, aud eveu cou
sumpti'Ui. Tbe sUiry told by amrea of victims of
the grip i subotauikally the aaiue. One
was tortured by u-mMe psvitia at tbe
base of the skull; auothrr waa left tired,
faint and lu every way wretched from
auaxnia or acautiurea cf blood; another
Lad korrihlo brmlacbea, waa uervooa aud
couldn't sleep; another was left with
woaJc lungs, difficulty in breathing aud
acute neuralgia. In every case rwltrf
waa sought lu vain nutil the great blood
builder aud uerve-touic. Dr. Williams'
PiuV lill. waud. Fur quickness and
theroughneeaof action uotUlug Is known
that will approach it.
lira. Van tkxiy make a statement that
Supports this claim. Hlie says :
"I had a severe attack of grip and, he
fore I had fully reoovrtwd, rbeautetiam
art in aud tormented mm for three
months. 1 waa tu badly rsu-duwo
state. Boon after it brgau I was so Lune
for a week that I could hardly walk. It
kept growing atendily worse aud al last
I had to give op completely and for
three wwki 1 was obliged to keep my
bed. My kueea were so stiff I couldn't
beud I brm, and lay hands were perfW-tly
helpless. Then the 11 us began to
threateu my bcavrt aud thoroughly
" While I was suffering in this war I
chanced to run actoae a little book that
U.ld about the liiuiita of Dr. Williams'
I'lnk IMU. The atatrineiita tu It hu
nriswd me and led roe to buy aUi. Theee
ptlle proved tbe very tiling I Deeded.
Improvement art tn as soon as I t-gn
tu lake thftu. and it waa very mat ked by
the tune 1 haxl fluislml the first boa.
Four UxeS niado me a well woman."
Mrs. Laura M. Van Soy lives at No.
90 Thorpe Miwt, Wnbnry, Oouu. Dr.
Williams' I'lnk Pills are equally well
adapted fur any other uf tbeutw-auea that
fullow lu the train of grip. Xuv aia
Sold by ail UruggtkU.
There are fifty makes of typewrit
ers, all ot which are likely to be con
sidered the worst except the one you
are accustomed to using.
Mar Flsalbie and Lasting,
won't shake out or btow out; by using
Lerlaare Htarch u ot.tatn bitr re
suite Uian poasltil with any other
brand and one-third mure fur sajua
"Is your husbaud very confidential
"Very. He tells me everything ha
suspects I've found out about him.
King Emmanuel of Italy has given
J. Plerpont Morgan tbe Grand Cordon
ot St. lAtarue. If the king will look
UP the parable In the New Testament
he will see that Ijuarus and the Rich
Man where not on the best of terms.
You can at least put your pride la
your pocket when It Is empty.