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CCD. J. lUTKKHY Editors and
NANNIE 1(. IH'CKIUIY Publishers
A clrrr.i )rfrK spent turned 6,('C0
people awny who wanted to see tbe
show one day last week.
ftnffalo boasts that It lit the cixdcst
city lu the country. We iTei!iot that
It will quit this Inside if six months.
Hungary la said to tie contemplating
following Norway' example. This will
make another opening tor a king eiut
of a Job.
The next book agent who tackles
New York's euiart sol may have to
make frequent visits to the free luncb
The weather man has treated corn
well lately. Now the farmers would
like to hav him give the grass little
Why should aryboOy waste Food
photographic plates on Harry Lehr.
when It would be Just as easy to snap
Tbe Rochester Democrat publishes
an article on "How to Make a Revol
ver Safe." The best way is to bury
it and forget the place.
A married woman in Spain ha been
In a .trance for thirty-one years.
There's one marriage where there is
no connubial squabbling.
The Sultan of Turkey has decorated
Senator Bacon of Georgia. Rut no
man should be Judged according to
the source of his decorations.
When the Persian minister at Wash
ington was asked if tt were true that
the shah wa coming; to America, his
only answer was. "O, pshaw!
After reading the list of swells In
cluded in the "Fads and Fancies
book some persons might be willing
to pay about $1,500 to be left out.
"Whenever the Canadian courts have
not h ins In particular on hand they
turn In and render a few more deci
sion to the Gaynor and Green case.
A California millionaire who ran his
automobile against a milk wagon was
killed. That was about as near lese
majesty as It, Is possible to get in this
A New York architect ha been
made ick by tbe bite of a kissing
bug. As be ts a married man. the
neighbor have their own opinion
A New York Judge has decided that
a girl after a lover' quarrel Is entitled
legally to keep the ring. That may
be. but a girl of tbe right kind would
cot want to.
What a delight It is to listen to the
yourg lawyer. Just admitted to the
bar. when for the first time In his life
Tr.e has an opportunity to talk In pub
lic about "my client."
Doubtless the Philadelphia doctor
who believes that his p'.an for retting
to the pole much better than
Peary's has read a g-est many books
about Arctic exploration.
"Divine providence tiiractloitsly
preserved his majesty." the sultan of
Turkey, from tbe murderous attack of
an assassin. Then providence must
ttave some use for the sultan.
Premier Balfour, having been de
feated In the House, resumes Ms cus
tomary attitude of "philosophic
doubt" He doesnt quite know what
to do, and won't hurry to do tt.
A woman In New Jersey, who has
Just died at the ag r x rerrWed
being kissed by TUfayetl when he
came to Faterson. And 1-atayette
probably forgot her Inside of Bve scc-
A New York magistrate sentenced
defendant to kiss his wife once a
day, and there via no sour old bach
lor around to protest aralnst the aen
fence a "cruel and unusual punish
After all. It Is so tu-ldoin that com
pllmentary things re written about
the members of New York's "smart
set" that th'ev n hardly be blamed
for their willingness to pay well for
a little taffy.
One of our contemporaries has an
article headed. "A Fad Drowning.
thus distinguishing It from the gay
and cheerful drowning which are so
numerous at this time of )ear."
Tfc. marine hosnital service Is com-
jdnlnlng bitterly that It can't get white
mice enough to make aerum for the
book worm, the cause of Urines. This
sound like Lewis Carroll, or else a
iretty long ouse.
King Alfonso Is making prepara
tions to visit Emperor William at Ber
lin. It will be wise for the women of
Jterlla to keep their babies off the
sireeis when William and Alfonso go
out In their autornobllo lo ae tbe
"One of the chief rausea of tbe dull
tie of life." remarks an esteemed
contemporary, "Is the Inability to lis
ten you find In nine people out of
t.n" Evidently that editor and hi
friend differ to lli brilliancy of
MONSIGNOR CH APELLE OF NEW
ORLEANS A PLAGUE VICTIM.
OF MUCH HELP TO OFFICERS
Wa Taken Sick Friday But tha Diag
nosis Was Not Officially Confirm
ed Until Saturday.
NEW ORLEANS Among the yel
low fever cases Is that of Archbishop
Chapelle of the Catholic diocese of
New Orleans. The nrrhb!h return
ed several days ago from the country.
His resilience, while not in tho or
iginal tufecled area, is not far distaut
from It. Dr. I-aru Is In attendance.
Archbishop Chapelle has spent con
siderable time in the Infected district
and has been of great service In advis
ing th Italians, who are all Catholics
to heed the instructions of the author
ities. He Is a fluent linguist and could
mingle with tlietn. He was stricken
Friday morning, but the diagnosis of
the case was not confirmed until Sat
urday. He Is reported as In a serious
condition. Monsignor Chapelle came
recently from Havana, being the apos
tolic delegate to thxt Island and in
practical charge of all of the affair of
the Roman Catholic church there.
RUMOR SAYS WILL .
FIND IT A TRUST
WASHINGTON. While the agents
of the government will not talk of the
Garfield Investigation Into the oil
business, en thing ran be stated
and that 1 teat tbe scope of the In
quiry did not Include the question of
freight rates, which many of the pro
ducers think la vital. The reason for
this that there Is a disagreement
between the Department of Commerce
and Labor and the Interstate com
merce commission as to respective
Jursdiction in inquiring Into freight
rates. The nqulry was limited to the
Standard Oil company system of
grading oil: the differences in grade
Is tbe vwrlou localities, the difference
la price of the same grade of oil in
Ohio and Kansas; the refining value
of all grade of Kansas oil. the fluctua
tions in prices In this field a com
pared with fluctuations In Eastern
fields: amount of production of the
Kansas-TerrPory field; the subtraction
of 3 per cent by the Standard com
pany for possible loss; the regulations
as to tanks and matter of that kind.
MELVIN CAUGHT IN IOWA.
Blowing Up With Dynamlta .tha
Saloon In lota, Kas- the Charge.
CEDAR RAPIDS. IA. C.L.MeivIn.
wanted In Iola, Kas., on a charge of
blowing up saloons with dynamite.
has been arrested at Keystone, this
Melvln was captured by Sheriff H.
A. Richardson of Iola In a camp of
railroad laborers on the Chicago. Mil
waukee & St. Paul railroad. Melvln
went with the sheriff wl'hout trouble.
"I could make you a great deal of
trouble," he told the officer," but I am I
not going to do If." j
Melvln confessed to the sheriff that
he wrecked the Joints. He told him i
that he had no accorepllc. s. He ex- '
pressed satisfaction over the fact that
he had done the work. He asked to ;
be sent to the penitentiary, saying i
that he was not Insane. The sheriff";
Is sat'sfled from bis conversation with
him that the man Is not Insane.
RUSSIA TALK OF AN ALLIANCE.
St. Petersburg More Hopeful of Peac
a the Result of Negotiation.
ST. PETER SP-t'RG The tone of
the press Is more hopeful of peace than
It was recently. Wltte' welcome,
coupled with other reports from the
United States, tending to partly re
move aome of the Russian 111 feeling
arising from the belief prevailing here
that American sympathies are with
Japan. There Is noticeable more or
less talk of a possible Russo-Japanese
alliance as the outcome of (he peace
At ..600 Roasting Ear.
LEAVENWORTH. KAS Tbe pris
oners in the Kansas penitentiary ate
110 Joien roasting ears at dinner Sat
urday. The corn was raised on the
prison farm. Each prisoner was al
lotted si s large ears. Some did not
eat tbe full quma and rave to others.
One negro required twelve roasting
ar to satisfy his craving.
Senator Blackburn' Daughter Wad.
WASHINGTON. Mis Corlnn
lilarkburn, daughter of Senator Itlark
burn, of Kentucky, and W. H. Gal of
New York and Ieestiurg, Va , wree
married In this city tn the presence
of a small party of relatives and per
A cynic U a man wbo claim to be
tired of the world. Hut lo realty the
World I tiered of him.
Praise for Good Shots.
, WASHINGTON. The president has
expressed to I 'apt. Kithard Glover,
commanding tbe battleship Wiscon
sin, satisfaction with the record at
exhibition target shooting by the for
ward turret crew of bi Vessel, who
broke the world's record with thir
teen ItK'h guns.
Mr. J. G. Carlisle Dsad.
NEW YORK. Mr. John O. Car
lisle, 70 year old, wife of tbe ex sec
retary of the treasury, died of per
lUMtilia In batkjn. L. I.
Ft A 'ft "GERMANY'S GOOD FAITH
T'ti Moroccan Situation Again Caua
Ing Worry In Francs.
PARIS. The activity of th" Gcrmnri
commercial agent and official wiili
reference to tlm Moroccan situation
In causing great doubts on lh putt
of the French people n to Oct pinny's
good faith, tx-splte the decision ol
tint two government not to Inter
fere wl'h tho siatus quo until the In
ternntlonnl conference meets, the tier
mans are trying their utmost to ex
tract commercial concession from tin
sultan, hoping thereby to strengthen
Germany' position at the conference
MURDERED ON AN
KANSAS CITY. MO. A drunken
man terrorized the passenger on an
excursion train for Kansas City from
Plooinington. 111., near Louisiana, Mo.,
Saturday morning. He ran through
the train, which consisted of fourteen
coaches, yelling and flourishing a re
volver. Reaching the rear car the man
stopped in front of a seat occupied
by Marlon Warner from Secor, HI
Warner was asleep with a handWer
chief over hts face. The drunken man
snatched the handkerchief off and
shouted: "Damn you, have you got
Warner awakened and sat np, but
made no reply. The drnnken man then
fired, the bullet passing through War
ner's head, killing him Instantly. The
dniken man continued firing bla re
volver. One bullet entered the right arm ol
Misa Effie McDonald, a young woman
living at Glassford. 111. The wound
Inflicted was slight The man then
went to another passenger and hold
ing the revolver against hi templf
made him empty his valise.
The man then reopened fire. Three
window were broken by the bullet
and two bullets passed through the
front door of the car. There was In
tense excitement among the passen
gr-rs. Three woman fuinted in the cat
ami the brakeman on duty on the car
of the train slipped out of the bark
door of the car, and after locklnst It
dropped off tbe rear platform of the
After the drunken man had emptied
his revolver he reloaded It. He had
finished when a negro slipped tip be
hind him and knocked him doww
Several men came to the assistance
of the negro and the murder was over
KANSAS HAS 8,000 FACTORIES.
More Than 23.8C0 Persons Employed
Child Labor Law Strictly Enforctd.
TOPEKA. A report soon to be. I
sued by W. I A. Johnson, state labor
commissioner, shows that there ha
been a wonderful Increase In the fac
tories and similar Industrial establish
ments In Kansas the last year. There
are now more than S.frOO factories and
shops In Kansas where motive power
and machinery are used. The labor
commissioner made 205 Ini-ctlons
of the most Important of thes fac
tories. The number of persons work
In.T. In factories was tl CA men and
1.170 women. These emr-l yces work
In packing housis. flouting mills
brick manufactories and cement mills
An Investigation shows that the child
labor law enae'ed last winter ! strict
ly enforce"!. Tbe law providing for
the equipment of factories with fir
escapes Is not strictly enforced. Only
twenty-eight of the 174 building In
spectcd were found to be equipped
with fire escape.
A COMPLIMENT TO HOCH.
Citizen' Party of Philadelphia Woulc
Hav the Govsrnor for Its Guest
PHILADELPHIA Governor Hocb
Kansas' reform executive, who wll
be In this city to attend the launrhln;
of the buttlmhlp Kansas, has beet
Invited to 1 the guest of the Cltltcns
party at the reception August 11. Tin
Invitation to the raovernor has beer
extended by a commute composed ol
Franklin N. Hrcwer, the party chair
man; William C. Monon and H. C
Garrison. "It ts our desire to show
Governor llmh what we are dulns
and how we are doing It." said Mr
Garrison. "We desire him to know
that the movement fur better govern
tnvnt led by MJr Weaver has the
support of the strong organization ol
rltlxcns and that It seem to accum
SPAIN FEELS BETTER NOW.
Pretty Lucky In th War With th
United State After All.
MADRID. The Spaniard are now
beginning to think that they did not
aulfer so much after all a the result
of their wsr with the I'nlte.l States
To be relieved of the Philippines,
which were always a source of trouble
and expense, and to receive besides
ao Indemnity of 10 million dollars
from the victor I a most acceptable
transaction, especially when compared
with hi Japanese terms, Just present
d to KushI.
A Statu 1,600 Year Old.
NEW YORK. The Mctropolttsa
Museum of Art has purchased lo Paris
a piece of statuary believed to tie morer
tbau l.Cnu years old. The work Is a
bronze image of Cain Vil lus Trcbonl
anus Gallus,, one of the e-mperors of
Rome. It was dug up near Han Gio
vanni I-!erno about fifty year ago.
H (ht a Burglar.
CHICAGO. Charles Vogel, a r.!oe
keeper, shot and fatally wounded oi
of three burgir who were roLLlci
THE ENVOYS MEET
JAPANESE AND RUSSIANS INTRO
DUCED DY THE PRESIDENT.
THOUSANDS WELCOME THEM
Upon Different Vessels the Commls-
ionsr 6teamd Into Oystsr Bay
From Nsw York,
OYSTER PAY. N. Y With tbe
booming of cni.non the Russian and
Japanese pence envoys stesmed luto
the harbor of Oyster Pay Saturday,
where President Roosevelt, ujHin the
United States yacht Mayflower.: await
ed them. The Russian and Japanese
statesman, although well acquainted
were formally Introduced by the Presi
dent The peace commissioners were cu-
tertaJned at ' luncheon on the May
flower. At luncheon the President
proposed tbe following toast: .
"Gentlemen: 1 propose a toast to
which there will be no answer and to
which I ask you to drink in silence
standing. I drink to the welfare) and
prosperity of the sovereign and
peoples of the . two great nutlons
whose representative have met one
another on this ship.
"It la my most earnest hope and
prayer. In the Inn-rest of not only
these two great powers, but of all
mankind, that a Just and lasting peace
may speedily .be concluded between
In nnthipa'lon of the arrival of the
peace envoys, Oyster Hay assumed
an activity that has not been ap
parent since the naval review off thl
harbor two years ago. Hardly had
daylight appeared when teams with
parties of men and women were ob
served coming In from surrounding
towns on I.ong Island. Yachtsmen
along the shore boarded their boats
and began preparations for taking out
friends or parttes.
A heavy mist hung over the bay, but
this disappeared under a bright sun
and the harlor was soon filled with
yachts ard pleasure craft of all de
scriptions. On tho shore every avail
able point of vantage was occupied
early and as noon approached hun
dreds of persons were on watch for
the vesJtels bearing the peace envoys.
CHINESE NOW WANT
TO CALLOfF BOYCOTT
WASHINGTON Consul General
Rogers In Shanghai has cabled the
State department that the Chinewe
chamler of commerce In that place
deprecates the continuance of the boy
cott la China against A merle n goods
which tbe merchant say la attribu
table in the large part to the ttudents
Ilusinesa is seriously affected. Thl
dispatch la regarded here as very lg
nlfieant. The boycott was first Institut
ed In Shanghai and singularly enough
by the very chamber of commerce
which 1 now so anxious to terminate
According to reports to the State de
partment the agitation extended as
for south as the Stra'.tj settlements
hire the Import business is largely
controlled by Chinese merchants.
Consul General W.lbur said that the
Shanghai boycott, as proclaimed by
the chamber of commence, has ln-en
adopted by the chamber at Singapore.
From Mr. Rogers's reports. It 1 Infer
red that the merchant who started
the boycott have found themselve
heavy ots In trade a a result and
are desirous tf removing It. The de
partment also has ! Informed that
Minister Rockhlll hss secured the aid
of tbe Chinese government In snip
ping the ani American movement.
W. C. PIERCE TO BE RECEIVER.
Maryvlll Banker Will Take Charge
of City National Bank.
KANSAS CITY. Mil.-W. C. Pierce
a banker of Maryvllle. Mo., will be
appointed receiver of the City National
bank of this city, and will take charge
of the bank next Thursday. T, P.
Kaue. acting comptroller of the cur
rency, d"cl led upon the appointment
of Mr. Pierce, who w Indorsed by
Senator William Warner. Senator
W sr nrr originally indotsed Senator M.
T. Gliniore of Kansas City for the
place of receiver, but Mr. Kaue re
fused to appoint Mr. Gilmore because
of th rule of the comptroller' office
which prohibit tbe appoint mi nt of
a receiver from the city In which the
suspended bank IS located.
Wilson Admits Investigation.
WASHINGTON The Secretary of
Agriculture, James Wlixon. admitted
that a rigid Investigation la making
Into the condition f affatrs In the
of admsslon by Dr. E. F. Salmon, chief
of the bureau, that for six years
bureau of animal Industry as a result
prior to li2 he was sircnt partner of
George E. Hosard, now vice prer'tlent
of the George E. Hoard Printing
company, which baa bad coin r sets
for printing meat Inspcc Inn label.
Strike Worry Killed Him.
CHICAGO. Edwin F. Daniel, pres
ident of a coal company died suddenly
at bis residence. Mr. Da litis was ac
tive among the employers from the
outset of the teamster' strike. The
nervous strsln under which he worked
Is believed to have been ressinslble
to a great extent. fr his lllnesa.
To Dscu Norway' Throna.
COPENHAGEN. Crown Prince
Gustav of Sweden have arrived to
discus with King Christian the ques
tion u( the Norwegian tbtoue.
TH VICS PRESIDENT SPOKR
Celebration of th Opening of tht
Sault Btc. Marl Canal.
SAVI.T HTH MAH1E, MICH. The
celebration of the fiftieth anniversary
i f tin- opening of the Sault Ste Marli
canal and locks ended Thursday after
noun. Vice President Fairbanks, wh
arrived Tuvsduy nlglit. took part In tin
events. Kodolphu l.emloiix, sidletlo:
general of Cnnndit, Its nil Datidu
rand, speaker of the- Canadian senate
Senator llui rows and Governor Wartiei
of Mli Muun and Congressman llurtm
of Ohio also spoke, The speochei
were delivered fio'.u a stand In tin
to taft party
MANILA. The welcome lo Secre
tary Taft and parly In this city exceed
ed all similar demonstrations b)
either American er Spanish officials
Governor Ge neral Wright address o'
welcome at tho government house
expressed the feelings of natives am
Americans upon the return of the ex
governor general, and the arrival oi
Miss Alice Roosevelt Secretary Taft
moved with emotion, while rcplylni
for himself and party, almost broke
down. The scene was Impressive.
The aft"rnixm was devoted by the
party to sl:ht seeing. Miss Roosevel'
and a number of o iers attended the
races. At night Supreme Justice Car
son and At'orncy General Wiley enter
talncd Secretary Taft and the men O'
rtie party at a dinner, where they met
the member of the supreme court an1
fifteen representative attorneys, ljitei
Commissioner Forde Invited the same
party to meet thirty provincial gover
nor. Sunday will be devoted to rest
and Monday there will be a grand pop
ular welcome. Including a parade
Secretary Taft and Mis Roosevel'
are the guest of Governor Genera
Wright, while other of tho party are
being enterfalned by Major Genera
RUSSIA IS POURING
LONDON. Dispatches from Tokli
give confirmatory evidence! from th
Japanese correspondents of great
strength of the Russian force ant
their continual reinforcement, espec
lally In Northern Korea.
Report from the same source In
dlcate that the greatest Inundatiot
In three year has occurrcJ In North
em Korea. The bridges over the Tu
men have been destroyed and lb
road are Impassable.
SHOT PROTECTING A WHITE GIRL
A Kan City, K a-, Negro Probably
Mortally Hurt at Eureka Spring.
El'KEKA STRINGS. ARK. Jatrwi
Everett, a nejtro eif Kansas City. Kas.
IS year old. a dlsliwssher at the Civs
rent hotel, was probably fatally shot
here Saturday. Cora Johnson, whlti
Si rves all the help of the hot n tlx
servants' quartt r and John Howertot
the gardener, took exception to hei
alleged favoritism. He became en
raged by her replies and struck hei
with a chair, felilsig.her to tlie floor
Everett 'taked Howerton and at
temptel to put him out of the servant !
hall. Howerton fired thr-e shots
the negro. Two bullets enteret
Evert tt' bark and were removed fron
the front of the abdomen by a sur
geon, who say the negro will die.
IN MEMORY OF A FLOOD HERO.
A Tablet to Edward Grafttrom to Be
Unveiled in Tepek.
CHICAGO A tablet designed lr
memory f the late Edward Graf
strom. chief mevhanlcal engineer o'
the Atchison. Topeka Santa Fe rail
way ha Just been comple'ed here, li
will be erected and unveiled In Hie
Kansas alate rapltol lu Topeka. Or
the table la a likeness of Mr. Graf
srom. the Melan bridge which marki
the point where h lost his life, and
Ssnta Fe road locomotive, the deslgi
of which be concerned in. Ar
Inscription glvi a sketch of bis l'f
nd describe his heroic art,
CREAM COLOREO SUlfs BARREP
Th Atlantic City Mayor' Edict R
garding th Fair Bather.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J Mayor So
fan Issued an edict forbidding the fait
sex to appear on beach In thin crean
colored bathing suits. A nuniU-r o
the younger society leader of PMIa
diiph'.a and Italtiitinr who ar txrtr
fair and shapely appeared on Ihi
beach In the kind of costume labooei
by the mayor. Protest were made b)
several women who do not venture
Into the surf, tn-l the mayor w i
moved to lsue hi edict.
Memphl Closs It Door.
MEMPHIS Tbi cliy ha ordere.
its door closed to the outside worlJ
beginning Monday at noon. No persor
will be allowed to enter the city with
out a permit
No Vacation for Wilson Now.
WASHINGTON - Secretary Wi!..t
will riot take bis vacation during the
Investigation he Is conducting In thi
lepartment of Agriculture. He but
Intended to leave Washington August
1 to accompany Chief Forester Gif
ford Pinchot on a tour of the Wi-sterr
Th Kaiser Going t Denmark Now
DANTZIO. PUt'SSIA. Empenu
VI II ism sailed Sunday aboard tin
Imperial yacht llohenollern for Cp
tbbagen to visit King Christian.
Pygivil Strang Dance,
Tli seven pygmies brought from
Central AMea made their first p
pearanre at the lomlon Hippodrome
on June 6 and did a weird dance,
which they stopped as soon as lh
house applauded, (tapping the hand
mennl (ju 'slcip" In their country. They
were much surprised at all they saw
In Imdoi), but have no lanKuage with
which to make any comment. "Oo!
o!" greets alike railway trains, tele
phones, electric HkIiU and everything
NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER
Baby Covered With Sore and Scale
Could Not Tell What 6h
Looked Like Marvelous
Cur by Cuticura.
"At four months old my baby'-i faea
and Unly were so covered with sore
and large scales you could not tell
what she looked like. No child ever
liftd a worfe case. Her face ws being
eaten away, and even her finger nails
fell off. It itched so she could not
sleep, ar.d (or many weary l ights we
could get no rest. At last we got
Cuticura Soap ar.d Ointment. Tbe
sores began to heal at once, and she
could sleep at night, and In one month
she had rot ems sore on, her face or
body. Mrs. Mary Sanders, 7u9 Spring
St., Camden, N. J."
Woman's work is never done. While
she washes up the supper dishes the
man merely alls lu the front yard In
shirt sleees, snickt a th ret-for a
quarter and studiis bow lo tbe devil
lie is to pay off that (205 note tomor
row. Over one million si-r- of Isnrt tn tbe
tinlfah Ir.iliitn r-r st l.in w ill 1h
Ihiewn e-n f-r s-nlni-nt AuguM 5th.
ICrntttAt!un t-ttn Aucu1 1M. t Orsnd
Juut-llon. e el-x ee.! inuth ttll AukuM
1! hum l-mer. l'(!orntlt Pp-lnir or
I'ut-Mo. tr. I'otMttelo Ml'l.MmJ tn ttf ()-..
el routs to ;rnt Juiielkn r -rwft-r-lk
-im Willi? ". H Srs J lr.
A. lvjt.r fT lH.Slfl. Kill: itifuimJl
lion ifgsoltnir tst:d. rmus. ic.
If a woman has common sense she
will not be afraid to acknowledge tha
corn. If she has goc-d sense the will
never fcave the corn.
Whv nair votir ehilitrt-n Henemter
that there will le plenty of hell Wfl
without hurrying anybody to gel it
mivt riimu r
A lsnr- iart,- Kfi fs H".i lt.u. er.
Sayings of Disraeli.
The English paper print some good
laying from Disraeli: "One thing I
clear, that a man may speak very well
In the house of commons and fail
very completely In the house tif lords.
There are two distinct style dequtslte.
In the lower house 'Ifcm Juan' may pe r
haps be our model: la the upper
bouse, 'Paradise Ixist." " "To be har
assed atxiut money is on of the most
disagreeable Incidents of life. It ruf
fle the U-niiH-r. lower the spirit,
disturb the rest, and finally break
op the health." "My Idea of an agree
able person I a person who agree
with me." "Sympathy 1 the wdace
of the poer; but for the rich there
Is compensation." "There I a great
deal of vice which real! 1 sheer
Wonder cf Electric Wave.
Electric waes and sensitive re
ceiver offer a noans of performing
a variety of .trat!on at a distance.
PrnfesiHir E. D. Hranly ha been try
ing to attain such results, and ba
Shown the Paris academy an appar
atus by which he ran start an electric
motor, cause incandescent lamps lo
glow, and cause an explosion. These
effect can be produced or discontin
ued In any desired order, one after
another. They were chosen arbilrarly
fur experiment, and tt Is peiible to
bring about at a distance other m
rhatilca) action or erie of actions or
to work a complicated machine.
Confession of an automobile: I have
Hot committed an accident for ions
time, and fee) loucsomo to th bottom
of my gasoline tank.
comes to life when the body feela
llir drlii loin glow of Uraltb.vijf or
That Certain Sense
of vlk'r In th brain and easy
Mil of the nerves comes when
tbe improper food ar cut
take their place.
If ttbas taken you rear lo run
eiow n dou'teipeet one mouthful of
thl grebt f1 to brtDtf you luu-k
(for it is not a stimulant but a
10 days' trial show such L-!f r
sulu Wist vi kUck lo It.
"There! a Reason."
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