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KANNIK II. Ill'CKEIiY j Fub
.IRil Hill. V". 1 . . MSHOI'IU
When Suspicion gee hunting It
will always 11ml Insincerity lurking In
There. In one form of swearing nit
thiit I never broken, and that's
Wearing Off tllrn.
If France has liny Idcn thnt wnr
I picnic It. should consult Its ally,
I until, on Dip subject,
Tr Kmll Reich says "the American
niiifin In not n woman." Right you
are. diK. Khc't an angel.
There are three thlnca which no
woman run hope to tim!rtinl Iirsc
tall, tlmn t 1 . t . and husband.
Once more (ho doughty Fit la find
ing married llf. a sweet song and
Urn will tell how long It will ho.
The world's oulmt of gold lat year
was 1375.01)0, though f do not any
10 of our own personal Knowledge.
However, wo ran testify that a nmn
dwnn't have to be a rwr In order to
have tin Mlii) larger than til In
coma. Tho papers are printing a story
about a in nu In Massiirhtirctta who
has lived for forty years on nuta.
A If It nim't hard enough to roach
the north polo tjr th ordlimry route
thia man Wcllman proposes to go
there In an airship.
Yes. Hollo: you are right In sup
polling that "martial law" and "mar
tini law" are not the sumo thing They
are spelled differently.
Gertrude Atherton anya there la no
place In thla country quiet enough for
nor to write In. Gertie. wrlia Very
noisy stuff, you know.
It develops that Flttahtirg's heiress
ervant girl U no heiress, perhaps
ahw Just tried to figure out relation
hip to Jacob Prhlff's cook.
Pelf him and Holland fan hardly bo
bhtnted for filing a little nervous,
considering how thrlr big neighbors
cm both shies ate carrying on.
Now Ilr. Wiley announces that dan
ger lurks In the average, barber shop.
Wei!, mii(i rC ha had nighty
t Ioms slaves there, thnt'a a foci.
The gill are getting pretty stren
uous when twelve Chicago men have
to form an organisation and take an
cath to keep from netting married.
Persia is threat, tin! with a rebel
IUn. IVrhans th boy pot the cards
mixed ou th ChrWlmn.s prvscuts
which tho shah bought for the harem.
Th value of New York rest es
late has Increased $ P.etMi.lH0 In thff
pit year. Thai la what cornea of be
ing an llnnd entirely surrounded Uh
Plr Thoma Upton fe'a ur h
ran win tti America cup tbta time
ir Thomas should take something
for that surw fwltng or It will break
r''Vlil. th Indon ai rU vr,
gnea the latruc!tor.s for lo-dy:
' Keep diilet. I) not jvlrrvl " Kvn
ao antnlo(cr sat a seonlMtt thicks
A man Is dead who had read I.oh
cot '.s and for tu.m'.h ri. r lu.-utk
"a!S th leading mf ailnes." Tberw
Is no ditput but that he died f.oiu
A New York laayrr has eip'a'ticj
hi challcnje of a )iirr io the ground
tkat he dv-nt hke ii-. r n.m
Jurte Wt 'l. aei-per men g n
er". y ar tnt i n t .
A latent medic:ne ftrro prints a ri'
turv of a man a mg o1 as i!rand
a Cur Noucrie, grandpa tteer
n1 re wood. He R-.ade tls t e
l.nrd ttt,?Kn i i'.
rrm Ti'Vima. Wh. ts-ipi i tbe
stry of a rat two fe(t In tcns'.h. Of
Cur, a community that can ulain
rJ r.t t that kite U an c. '.'.r.t
place fr the grth of anjthttig
tr.terv"i;-,te f.o:K!S n form Is
gV't'lng ouiwhal ttuWved and VM!i
p'.lcatt!. It ir.!i:ht tve well t. 1mu
tue tx-k vtv the subject t .bow
,he watfarrr a'.mit how far It has
It scntu ikt there at- 7 nv
r'Js In the departments at VN
n$;-n who have rvacS.eJ the ae ot
Ti but fiLjvrlence baa aVoa n that
sor)e R-.co arw younger at "0 lhaa
vtrr are at II.
If oa r.t t. go to Ather.s thU
er. It ! sctyotej tl.at )oa try tor
i lai-e n Ibe Aaieran team st tl.s
(CiH fn .-:Uvt !',! gi
tt , h Bt s. jou tvartvvi bi t
iJ, i.;r..'.e;.r.V' ;f'aiifiT W ty
fvr Thori'.as l.!in b a at.
cibtr ci p t-'-r an v ja. i t re.
Tt.e m n.-r.t r,.uUtl I fv i 4
j, t tt t B OIW t '' -4 -4. ' Sler
t. e tfaa to rtHr. S ;l fc s a
t ..t :.t. ..; e w:U b;a s i
t . J ! L3 l l i
HAS HIS EVIOEIIGE
TH: CLEVELAND OIL TRUST
HEARING ALMOST OVER.
REPUBLIC InF" STANDARD
Missouri's Attornsy General Has Prov
(d th History of ths Republic
' CI.ICVrXANP, O A auit pending In
the courts In this city, Ctiyulmgn coun
ty, Ohio, probably will shorten tho
tnklnK of testimony here In tho Stniul
ard Oil rni'. Threa w ltnetmea, Iiiilel
HeliuriiHT, Kdward Schiirmer and
Charles Schofleld, were nil members
of tho Schofleld, Sehurmer & TtHRlo
r 1 1 in. It seems that a Cleveland real
entHtQ agent la suing them for a com
mlKulon for telling their property to
tho Standard Oil coinpnay. They HKked
Mr. Medley nit to require them to
go on the wltnens aland until after
thnt suit can be tried. It It ou the
docket for trial next week.
The. Bohiiriners and Teaglo aro to
submit it jttittf merit of the trnntuirt Ion
at once, and at that time It will be de
cided If they niiiHt go on thea tnnd,
Mr. Hadley hns aecured inoal of thtf
InfortiiKtloii he expected to get In
Cleveland. He has settled absolutely
the history of tho Republic OH com
pany from the salo of the property to
the Stndnrd company, the orgmilzntlon
of tno company with three clerks as
stockholders and the orders to tell
thut It waa an Independent company.
TAKE UP OIL RATES
WASHINGTON. The Interstate
commerce comnilsHlon will Invent U-iito
the chsrn-a cf tho Knaaa Oil I'ro
ducers' association thut the rallroada
have Joined the Standard Oil company
In a conspiracy to prevent the Indepen
dent oil producers and refiners of
Kansaa from shipping their prixtut-U
out of that state.
The Investigation will relate specifi
cally to the allegations of the oil men
that the railroads are maintaining un
reasonable freight rates to points out
side of Kansas. Representative Cnm
bvll has consulted members of the
cornmlxttion about tho course they
will pursue concerning the charges.
He was told that a special a Rent
would be sent to Kansas at once to
get the f.vcts.
Mr, Campbell discussed the charge
of the oil men with .lames R, Carfleld,
c-.r.;r.;S;loner of corporations, nlno. Mr.
Uarfleld stated that tlicy would be
considered in connection with the evi
dence reported to the bureau of cor
porntions by special agents of tho
bureau who are at work on the in
vestigation of the oil industry in Kan
sas. GRANT FOR A LEE HOLIDAY.
Ths Northsrn General's 8cn Would R
msmbtr ths Southern's Anniversary.
NEW YORK. Speaking at thi an
nual banquet of the Confederate
Veteran's ramp of New York city, Gen
eral Frederick tV Hrant. comm.im'.ln.
the tVpartmrnt of the East. I'nlted
States army proied an Informal re
solution that steps be taken Immede
st-iv to make January l). l'M'. the
liVuh anniversary of the birth of Oen
eral lot-ert E. 1xh, a national day of
memor'al. He spoke of his father's
friendship with General I-ee and of
the Utter's herttase to the country.
The ressdution was adopted amid
Was Ths Cotton Rspsrt Rijhtf
WASinNilTON - It has bwn decid
ed bv the Kerp commllon, after a
rvnrerence lth the rresldnt. to make
a careful examination of the fixurea it
uied In the rc-cnt report on the cot
ton statistics of ths agricultural d.v
partment T.e accuracy of the fig
ures Is queattoned by Secretary Wlb
s.n The bureau will undertake to
ascertain whether or hot the r usiis
bureau's f'.'irr on sn,n ss ua d i
!he omn:lion were accurate
B'ced hounds en the Trail, .
TI'liSA. I T-The Klrt National
back tn tvreo. f T. twenty relies
fv.m brre bat Inn rol't-d of $? "-i
The a!e wa blown open The robtMTs
re sopiwwej o h? catcd on
hand car stid gone oth Joha Arch
n of this citv bas Imvh l ! grai-hiM for
to t Tins bis I 1. .',!, ,.uii.t and aUt
In the i bin'.
rWath in A Hotel Tir.
l.OlVKI.I. M Si -Three th.s werw
by the burning of the Kl hard son
hotel bre and several peisons were
injured, cue of whom probably will
. . .. "
Kil'ed fee Inse'tieg a Wenwsn.
AKOVOKK T Tom Hudson.
farmer. H shot snJ klNl Thursday
bv IV Fvl.-e for Insulting Mra
J R l in let Senate.
WASH!NC,TN At the teri.r'ne.
tf e !..n of v Sr.a'i Mr War
. n ln'-s,ic 1 a t iil mp( t.i women
tbe ri!.t to vole tn all slates f, r re
w-Ts r.'Miv.s in t'onfun The till
waa r f rrel to tbe o.n.ir.!: t. on
w ol'.an's suffi .'
H,j R.ser W it Less.
lrit'tAin:. sf.hvia a :rtc
a !:.: t e l.i! f-HWt ? S. mIi r.
e-viv. -'e f..i'.ii tr.e fl v H! f th
i i .- li ..r.-. 1 1, n iMi'ui '.t t'.c liji
C !',.!.. f 1'i'it'U t "o. k
KILLED BY AN EX-COACHMAN.
Wift of Los Angeles Multl Million
Irs Shot to Death.
l,Ort ANtiEI.iTSl, CAl Mrs. C A
Cnttfleld, wlf.i of thfl niultl millionaire
iiikI Cnllfornln oil liuigniito, wna shot
ami killed by Maurice lliick, n formet
cimclimiin of the family. Tho shooting
(nine after the refitKiil of Mrs. Can
field to lend lluck $J,(i(M) with which tc
start In bualncHH for himself. Twc
shots were fired, both of which took
ef.Vct In Mrs. Canflelda body. Vhr
first shot at ruck tho abdomen Bin!
ranged downward. The annond pii-rc
ed tho henrt and remilter In Instant
CHINESE BEST FOR
. PANAMA CANAL JOB
tT.8niNGTON. Chief Englneei
John K Stevens of the I'nnnma canal
la his testimony before tho senut
committee, delivered In secret sea
slon, recommeded that the enna
sliould be built under private contract
Hint Chlnee labor should be employ
ed and that extension of the eight
hour law to Isthmus work be repeal
He ihoiigH n liH-k ennui could b
built within the original estimate ot
the cost, but thnt the engineering at
constructional difficulties would melt
Into Insignificance compared wit!
that of labor. Ho regards one China
man na worth two neero laborers now
employed on tho canal.
The continuation of the eight horn
regulation, he anys. would incrensr
tho cost of tho canal 20 per cent, ant!
the American lalxirer would bo taxed
to pay It, he argued.
Stevens denied that, although t2C,
00,000 had been appropriated to rur
the work until next June, nothing had
yet been accomplished toward the
eonstuetlon of the canal except snnlta
Hon of tho tone and putting the rail
rond Into condition.
He snld that in addition 1.5no.OOf
yards of material had been removed,
quarters for men furnished, supplies
and equipment purchased and thf
technical work of surveys completed
He . snld he didn't know of any
money being squandered.
Organizing a Holy War.
rA.RI3.-The Matin has received a
(i.spatch from I)nkar, In 8cnei;nmhm,
French West Africa, saying that the
Sheik Maolalnln, at the Instigation of
the Sultan of Morocco, Is organizing a
holy war against France in the Sou
dan. It adds that several sheiks have
already Issued a call to arms and thnt
the people of the Adrar region have
Just been supplied with magatlne
1.000 Mm to Bs Let Out.
WASHINGTON. According to the
estimates of the army department the
effect of the order reducing the forces
tn tho different navy yard employ!
In steam cncineerlng work will cause
the discharge at the Norfolk cstv
yard of 2ii men at New York $M. at
Roeton JSf at Mare Islands and
at Portsmouth, league Island and
Rremerton Crt each.
Veterans Golnq Rapidly.
WASIUNOTON. In the last six
months taps have been sounded over
the graves of SdniV; unMoners of the
; Civil war. according to a st tement of
the pension eommllonor, Mr War
ner. This, he ssys. 's An evidence of
the raoldltv with whlcii the veterxns
are being diminished The total num
ber of pensioner I"'cmtr 31, I9')5,
was 679. n.
Norwegian Cabinet Minister Out.
CHRISTIAN! A. NORWAY -Oesn
Knudsen minister of evclest:isttcl af
fslrs. has realsned in consequence of
dlffercncvt with the other members
ef the catdiiet concerning the appoint
ment of a non I.ut herns profcasor of
thtndtvgy In the I'clverslly of Chriatl
snU. This ts h first cabinet dlffl
cnlty to be experienced by King Ha
akon. Mra. Potter It Bankrupt.
I.ONlXiN. -Mra James Umsn Tot
ter. the actress, obtained relief frtmi
her financial troubles wh. n the court
srsnted her t discharge in bankruptcy
The actress's rrveraea wet due to a
! diaaatroua sesautn In "Ou lUrt)" at
! the Imp-i1al theater.
On At A Time, Enough.
1U RI.IN It Is tv antlclAsled here
that Ftsnce will take energetic action
against Ver.erm la to for- PreslJeut
Castro to make amends until the
Moroccan question Is seitlrsl. This is
to that the world won't be t rubied
with two rttses at the snie time.
Train Wreck In Arkansas.
VF.MriilS, TENS'. A Chiwtaw
pAsa-inerr train was wrecked st Rie
vllle. Ark., by t washout Monday and
scvt-rsl p r.grs were tujared.
An Intervrban Cotlis-on.
PFKINO VVI l.KY. ll.l.-Ia an In
t.rmlRO tr I'.y colllsU n Jttrset Ctrts
lo hr, a n.oiom.au. was H.i.d.
Charges Against Major t Buffalo.
lit'rrAMV N. Y.-Charges of tieg
lt f duty iit pnftfrrvd s!nat
Vy J N Adurt In eotneeskm with
the trtri-!r f 1 of the poi'.c
Pr..hw fund 7e fovern.is- will be
s.Vrd to rir..ov V.-r AJrt fuia td-f
i Lssr t C Ceaifea.
! IT .'!', A. 11-1. 1 bon a W wa
: baa 'ix d la n lumin i t
- k tt -:e. tv, U ? ce d ir.t aaVet
t" .. a , lu.: I - s r r i J iio b;w
.1 ;ui-s II K V.: r r, !:,!:Tr.
gets tb. Tears
THOUSAND LIVE LOST ON GIN.
SLOCUM PLAG-0 ON CAPTAIN.
IS FIRST TO BE CONVICTED
Court Sentences Him To Sing Sing
for Criminal Negligenct on Boat.
NEW YORK. Capt. William Van
Schalck of the burned steamboat Oen
Slocum has been sentenced to 10 years
In Sing Sing prison.
More than 1,000 lives were lost In
the burning of the steamer and Capt.
Van Schalck was found guilty of crlm
He .was charged w ith failure to main
tain a proper fire drill on the boat and
proper supervision of the apparatus
for thnt purpose.
There are other charges still rod
Ing against him.
This is the only conviction from th
Slocum dlsnster so far.
The Slocum burned to the water'!
edge two years ago. while taking a
Sunday school excursion up Ixm's
Island sound. Most of the. victim
were women and children, tmd In
some cases every child In a larne faml
ly was a victim. Several entire fami
lies mother, father and children
were burned to death or drowned.
RUSSIA IS BY NO
ST. rETEIiSHCRG. Half of the
twon of Cornel Is In dames nnd fight
ing Is progressing between the tnxip
and revolutionists who are reinforced
by peasants. Vive counties are In a
turmoil. The revolutionists have elect
cd thole own authorities.
At ldx three unknown persons were
killed and a man named I.uklr.veskl Is
In the hospital. The victims were shot
on the street. Their deaths are the
result of the sentences of revolution
ists who were condemned to death
as traitors for Informing the police of
Advtrr-B from Wenden, Livonia, safi
that in the Raltlc provinces pacifica
tion Is reaching the final stage us far
as the agrarian movement Is concern
ed. Nearly ?r.O revolutionists have
been shot, and several hundred are
under arrest, and 5 .000 rifles were
The majority executed were Irtish
teachers and students. Altogether the
revolutionists tn this district burned
SOfl castles, valued at 4.o0.ooo, ex
clusive of the furnishings.
FIELD BOYS GIVEN .
BUU OF FORTUNE
ClilCAOO Marshall Fit I I III . 12
Ji.d Henry Field, 9. grandsons of
Marshall Field, are made thw richest
children in the world by the will of
IVductlng from the estate the be
quests aggretstlnu ;3.0oo.0.''0, there
Is left a residue of between lli'O.t'0.
OKI and IHS.Oi'O.tv 0. which Is to bp
shared equally by the two bovs. If
both should die before the excution of
the trust, by which their share j-.f
the estate Is to be held, the whole Is
to go to Gwendolyn Field, 4.
Japan Struggling With War Debt
TOKIO The finance mrutater. M
Pakatanl. said Id the house of repre
sentative tnat he proposed to convert
80 million dollars of the war taxes Into
permanent Imposts and to establish a
debt with t consolidation fund for the
service. f which IS million dollars
would b devoted annually In addition
to the U million dollars hitherto as
signed for the same purpose.
New Forsat Reaervs,
WASHINGTON. The forest tenrlcf
of the department of arrlrulture hs
announced the establishment on the
eaatrra tKundiy of I'tah of a new
, forest reserve, to l known as ISI
forest reserve, hsvlng an acreage of
jl50.t-l acres. The tract Uet U-twcen
(the C.rsnd and IVloret rivers and fr
iends a few tr.'.lt t over the state line
Touch ot Winter in New Orlearv
NEW O ...KASS A drop of o de
grees since bunday converted spring
l:ke weather her Into winter, tLt
mercury Thursday reeUtertng 1 de
gree Niow the treeting jK'tr.t. Else
where tn the state much lower tem
perature wish traces of soow, were Im
ported. Murderer It Hanged.
JERSEY CITY, N. J Nicola Mur
dace, who May 4 last chopped his
wife to death, has been hanged.
Esolesion Kills Tsva Men.
rORTI.ANI. ORE An rtpbvslon
on river steamer Wednesday kliU-d
Burn Mmc Church.
NrWM'RNC N. C Cltlrent cf
Harker's Ulaed. Core soucd. becstre
nd.tnant st effoti of Mwno.e n.ls
tlocark-s to rstjH'.h a church It tit
1 1. !cny and art f'-re to tt e t-dt'.d.sg
shere lhy t.'-4 service s sci dstixvy
ATHuan4 Ko ed.
WA?H:.Tr' Tt r.trrttt
v-o n.rrve ct-t: n. ;'t she
bat f r Jiily, A-:'t d S j ten t-.
i''S. l.fvJ Jt;l Wf k:: 4 ct rs'.l--vSt-
DEADLOCK l THfl EATEN ED.
Operators and Mlnert Not Likely to
lNPIANAl'til-IS. 1 ht f!rt session
of the Joint colif 'retire of coal opera
tors nnd minors of the central cotnpetl
llvo district In Toiulltison hall la ex
pected to result In a deadlock. Tho
question of admitting the minora of
the ttotith western district will be the
first and only demand submitted l
tho operator's In Joint conference to
morrow. The territory thus sought to
be Included In the conference which
will formulate the new wage agree
ment is composed of Missouri. Kansas.
Indian Territory, Texas and Arkansas.
None of the operators who arrived In
Indlunnpolla today and lonlght would
talk for publication on tho subject
But there is no mistaking their atti
tude on this feature of the conference
any more than there Is on the stand
they take toward tne Increase of 121
per cent In wages and the run of mine
baRis. Under the rules and organiza
tions which have governed In previous
Joint conferences the operators are
masters of the situation In regard To
the admission of new territory.
GENERAL WHEELER IS DEAD.
The End to "Fighting Little) Joe" In
NEW YORK. General Joseph
Whew ler, the ex-Confederate cavalry
leader, a brigadier general of the
I'nlted States army since the war with
Spain, died at the home of his sister
Mrs. Sterling Smith, in Rrooklyn. The
veteran of two wars.
General Wheeler will be buried In
Arlington cemetery with full military
honors. The tentative programme
provides that the funeral shall be
held In St. 'ohu't Episcopal church
here Monday afternoon, and an escort,
consisting of troops from all branches
of the Bervlce, will accompany the
body to the cenietery.
NO SALE OF THE ISLANDS.
Th Story About Selling the Philip
pines Officially Denied.
WASHINGTON. The following
cable mesnge hns been received by the
Secretary of War from Governor Gen
eral lde at Manila:
Natlvea much disturbed by cable
stating Ambassador Wright hat teen
authorlrod to negotiate sale of Islands
to Japan. 'Authentic dculal from you
might be useful.
Secretary Taft replied to tho cable
gram aa follows:
The cable statement referred to In
your cablegram has not the sllshteat
restlge of truth. It It not only un
true, but absurdly so.
Blaine's Grandson Sella Eggs.
CHICAGO. Young Emmons lilalne,
the H year-old grandson of the late
James G. IDulue, is advertising In a
school paT that he has gone tiito the
egg business and th he guarantees
every et:g he sells. Ills home is kt
Klnihurnt, a suburb, but he spendi the
week at school tn this city. s he
naively puts It, hit mamma Is his part
ner, furnishing the money, while he
furnishes the exi-erience.
Cutlets To Save Live.
KENOSHA. WIS. respite, the re
cent contributions of 31 square Inches
of cuticle offered by the members of
the I'leasant Frulrle Methodist church.
Fred Augustine, the hero who was
burned while rescuing men fmm the
I-af.ln Rand Powder works. Is In a
precarious condition and his physic
ians want 00 square tnchet more of
Jerome Preparing f Act.
NEW YORK. Iistrlct Attorney
Jerome In ne near future will move
against officer o. the varioua Insur
ance) companies which were under
Investigation by the legislative? Cura
mtttee. A sperlftl grand Jury Is tn be
railed to outsider the cases, but the
d.ite for the assembling of th grand
Jury hat not yet been Set,
Flood In Pennsylvania.
JOHNSTOWN. FA. Evresalve
rains la this vicinity during the
pwat twenty four hours have rauM-d
the rivers to rise to a flood state and
thousands of dolUrt wor.b f dam
age has resulted Trains on the Haiti
more Ohio railroad are at a stand
still owing to landslides. As far as
knvo no fatalities have occurred.
Wrecked by Snolidt.
fPOK ANE. WASH -In th wreck;
of a Great Northern train t y a land
slide Thursday the bgag ir.aa was
Floods De Much Oamso.
M11.WA1KKE. rbxvSs" rxased
much (Jmt la Wtiuvtnsin Sunday,
and at lulling a boy was drown, d.
A'tiimi ft i y er Are bp.
MOrUI-K. Al.. The Warrkr and
Tvib'..te rivers are on a rampage.
Fbd w amines have been -i'ed.
Parltwcnt Opent Februry 19,
1.OV0ON -Kltg F lward and Queen
AVuti Va wilt formally (; n FarZia
merit Tct ruary 1
Hour Rule Abojratrd.
WASHINGTON Tt hou by a
rote cf 11 't-v leg. bas voted in amend
ti'int to the o'ccut d.fc5n.-v appro
t riatl-'O t-fil mj-tltg al'tn SsNwt on
the Pt.nius f I'atiatra fn r.i the pro
vlsMr.s .f l.e eti,t ti.mr work day.
Tkr Must D i.
PISTON J, ;dse fle-tT 1st
sttliKti CbsrVs I, V-j krr. C"-lrt.
d t f tte n et d r t ! V us Wii Vtce
at Wrstv N' r . T. to ? !--
trM-ii'.r4 S-'(.S t'-r wk t.T.sr.ltj
A DESPAIRING WOMAN. ,
Wesk, Nervous and Wretched From
Wasting Kidney Troubles.
Mrs. Henry A Reamer, Mtln and
Oarst .!., Soulh I nd, Ind., says:
"When I began
evit-lug Iioan's Kid
ney Fills I was so
weak I could
hardly drag my
8. If across th
room. I was
wretched and ner
, voub, and bait
. Ing-down pain,
Iipss and weak
eyea. Dropsy set
In and bloating of the chest choked,
me and threatened the heart. I had
little hope, but to my uniiild surprls
Doan's Kidney Fills brought n;e re
lief and saved my life. 1 shall never
Sold by all dealers. B0 cents a box.
Foster Milburn Co.. IlulTa'o. N. Y.
Costly Colonial Experience.
No small pait of the white man's,
burden cun be charged to hi persis
tent attempts to deprive fie African
black man of his land and '.Ibeify. Tie
latest statistics of the uprising In
Southwest Africa show that It hat
cost the German empire l.i'C lives. In
cluding 110 officers, and H.Ooo.OoO In
cash, while the money cost for tho
coming wnr of the few thousand
troops In the revolted territory will
te at the rate of $G.ooO ier man. And
tills tells only part c-f the story. The
.truggle is still going on; while, wort
than all, the entire Herman scheme
of African colonization Is so hopeless
ly discredited that tne dream of an.
African empire will be realln-d only
by a future generation, it at all.
Cleveland Tlain Dealer.
Pig Sister Pick, I thick it Is time
little folks were In bed.
Little Dick (on Mr. NIcef. llow t
kneel Oh. lt't all risht. Mamma,
said I should stay ntre until th
came down stairs.
Cures Blood, Skin Troubles. Cancer,
Blood Poison. Greatest Blocd
If your blood Is Impure, thin, die
eased, hot or full of humors. If yon
have MxhI n.l-.n. rinn-r, cartundes.
eattna sor-. srcfula. esa-ma, Itrhmc
rlslnics and lurni'a. scabt -, pimply
skin, t-on i-alus, atarrh, rlieu-mtisru.
vr any tdinid or skin dls-ast-. take
tanlc Hlnd lulm ill 11. II ) accord-.
Ir.K to dirtlona. Smui all . t-s heal,
a. Ik s and pains stp. t-1 -1 is
made puie anJ rl h. leaving the k).k
free from every eruption, and giving
the rli h glow of jeife, l h-sl'.h to the
skin. At the ftitinr time 11. It. 11 Im
ITt.irj the dix.-stii.n. cures dp-psi.
strntftto'iis weak kldnrya. Jael th
tiiedi in for old pe.. t. aa It
them !, ta-nua t I -.-I 1 'r vin,lt.
11 per tarifo t.ltle. with dire.-tl,.i. f.r
t'inc- ure. ramt'le frre un.) -rt-pl4
by writ. ns Ill.-nl I'alm i, AlUi.la.
lia, I's. rl!- trouble and . I I fr
me.li, a ad,e sl. sent In j4rd U-t-ter.
It. 1 H Is especially lonl fx
chronic. dt-p-ssl. d cii .f lnt-iire
tiood and skin (Jisrase. an 1 cures after
all else fmls.
High and Low Life.
Society Youth Say. Jack, can't yo
lend me five dollars? I've gut to take
a lady to the oiera tonUht.
Poor Clerk Yet, George, I can; but
you received a check frtitu your fath
er this morning. Where's that
Society Youth, Wt II. thi fact Is. t
stepped into my tailor's to gel a neck
tie, and hadn't anything but the
check with me. and the rascal. In
stead of handing me the change, gavtt
Rie a receipt for balance due.
More Fleaible and Lasting,
area t shake out or blow nut , by asinf
Inanr Hnh you ttala t-stter
suits than faudhle wtvh sny other
brand and vne-thtnl u,vr Cue n mt
Hero uoler drama) Great
heavens! My rival has Just arrand
to convey the fatal paper to Irene
father, larst! lot! lxt!"
Staunch Friend I fer the worst.
Hut stay! How snds he the ps;er?
"Hy a messenger moy."
-Ha! I have It! Give the ly t,
nlckrl to buy totwe iiarlKe or cra;
T'.l c.e truly. Am I the only
ttt! y'U ever l.ive.1" Sbe g.ir1.-d
The young iw, r blut.!.vd ar.d t-s.
fatrd. "I must d.-4 l:tie to tiw,r that,
Quest Un." be fs'urt j
"WhyT" she d.TiauJ.d. more la sor
row than in st.irt-r.
"Recaise." be said. I tr-Uht lacriia-
til I ... . - J
r I Kl l i ee
lk ft l.X..,M SU At-4 feUM t
Fortune bat t th u.attrr. der?
You ksik cltfd. Mtw. Fort ur,e El
ected! Why shouldn't IT Tbe nw
tUsa-bi-rniaid o-.m plaint d td a fc1
acte. so I n i.l her j.surs, a&d tol-i
ber to take things eaay. Sl.e d.J.
Sbe't gone off wi-.b ajl it my J ;.-'.
rfaKn-e s'afrti s fvarsnter4 rc"t
ini fc "V t-r tr.v rtu4i. (s w.
Is ll IS 1 rv it svuw
If we ev.r wine tot.g It wil ta
k jart 1y on crul i.v c. w tainx
aa uuJi e. rej rua Tbe p-.r-.ir w :li
t-e efctr. N y ...k at O-ir
House Fat Fatber "
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s.A i- tf r-,. - r . t. t-r
ii,.s trt . .l, .4.
It Is -sf::. ie ).it i't(ii v; tar
d-i-;s la r tl..t tl.re tt. y ft It
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