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".'CHAPTER II Continued.
Wscomrade puffs a little at his ci
rpar fl If (o give shnpe to his thoughts.
"I -ftw you with the adorable Dora.
!aud 3ltew you could not well remem
oer'tat such a chap as Dick Denver
;WHfn the universe, so I concluded 1
jmlRt as well make my way home
The -hour was late, and without thlnk-Itng-'if
the danger I rau 1 look a short
'rut' through some narrow streets but
t "I'm no yarn-spinner, my boy. so yon
irnuat excuse me ir I get at the busi
Jneas In double-quick ordr. I heard a
'call for help In a woman's voice I
ran forward, and Just around a corner
saT a cab which had cc.mo to a otcp.
Several rough and ragged Iv'.'ows ir
Iblc-uses were gathered e:euni; o-jc
tfield the horse, another looked after
'the driver, whom I believed to be in
collusion with the daring foctpad.s,
ielse he would never have driven a lacty
;through these dangerous streets at
'this late hour.
"Well, there were four or five of
.them, but that was pie to tne, you
know si'ch follows are cowards tho
world over, whether you meet trem In
.the Mexican mines, on the burning
sand of Egypt, or in the Indian Jungle.
'I was bent on bavin? a little excite
'ment. and here was the chance.
"I had taken about "ve or six pace
land half-covered thu srount. when 1
'heard the rharp r--rjort of a small pi
jtoi. B- Jove! the plucky woman In
:tbe cab had opened f re on the rascals!
ii caw them fall back ia a panic, then
ispring upon the vehhie like n.ad
"Just then I let out a shout, and
ireached the scene of action. I nevtr
:felt better tn my life. Bob, old boy,
than when I sailed Into those dogs,
and 1 only wished jou were there to
.enjoy Jt. Never mind how I did it--you've
seen me In action more than
once; the cowan's tuir.bled over each
othe.1 In their courts :o ecn.e, and I
P'ebently found melf ghaklii3 he
driver until his teeth rnttleit, and bow
ing to a dueii hanilsoTie rlr'
'"I cn to one I can name hu It
"Ten to one you have hi' It )cs. It
WkS MUs Paulino New Y"rk "
. "Well prcxeed; ''in ln'oremed."
"So as I. When I i"w ber face I
recognised Miss Westerly, althouirh It
was some years two wheu I saw her
t the mines with tier father. S..e
old not know me, of cnus", from A i
am, and began to tin tik me i i French,
but t hen I spoke tn good Fnl;..h fclie
1o'K'-d closer and Im ggert tliv pardon
fur iTilstaking me for a Parli-I.iu.
"Of course I escorted her to the ho
tel. She explained that si e had been
drawn abroad by a not that proved to
be forged a r.ot that stated ft lie on
the face of it She flew as fast as a
rah could take her to the btiiiui
named in the note, to ae her poor
!hira. reported run over in the treet
l y an omnibus and likely to die the
same Dora who at the same hour was
enjoying a walti with ttie Mexican M
dsigo at the Jardin Uulller. She coeld
fled do trace of the girl at the MaUoii
U Charlte, and the officials grively u
formed ber It mubt be a mistake, ci
-lhe a cruel hoax had been played for
home purpose unkuow n.
"Putting two and two together. Miss
Pauline and mse!f, as we rode to
gether to her hotel, decided that this
whole buslneKS was l cunning plot. I
Imagine the has a pretty fair idea as
to what It all means, but to me It it a
puzzle. What you have said opens
loop-bole perhaps the Senor lxipei
bad something to do with the business.
These Mexicans and Spaniards are
great for schemes, although I can't
conceive what he wanted, seeing that
the coveted paper waa already In his
The sheriff of Becoia county Is deep
ly interested la the matter, but tie can
not adtance any plausible e-planatioii
of the strange occurrence. They talk
It over a li'.lle whlle,antl (hen prepare
to retire for the night, which Colonel
Ilob laughingly declares mar l his
lot cn earth. If the wiathy llttla pro-lis-nr
fca Mm ut lo the P.ols d Ho
joKiie on the fv.l!oliij day, tt "satla-lctija."
Never! hole?, be sleeps well, and
hardly so much as turns over up to tho
tlm tie rosy beam of the rooming
sun glance from the roof of the groat
Notre Dame and enter their chamber.
The colonel from New Mexico la Just
in the act of securing his necktie in
the flowing negligee ftyle that ?o be
comes his free ar.d easy nature, when
a rap bounds on the door
"Ah! as I expected the challenge,"
he laughs, still arranging his tie before
the glass, and speaking as '.hough It
were a note from his tallo".
Dick unlocks the door, nn. Immedi
ately turns with a letter In his hand.
"'For Colonel Robert Harlan. Impor
tant." Ah! here we have it roffee for
one, pistols for two!" he cries.
"Kindly open it, my boy this beast
ly cravat is trying to act like a prairie
broncho," says the nonchalant sheriff,
as though polite Invitation to a little
pistol practice at ten paces were an
everyday occurrence In Ms life.
' Listen." says Dick; ' here Is the bel
ligerent Briton's fiery summons:
'"After the Insult of last evening,
nothing remains for John Fltzslmmons
but to challenge Colonel Robert Har
lan to meet him on the field of honor:
the sooner the better. The bearer of
this will act as my second, and all ar
rangements made with him shall be
faithfully carried out by
"Yours to command.
Colonel Bob does not laugh now.
"Bless me. there's grit In that little
man, anyway. May I be roasttd if I
unnecessarily harm the little bull dog."
"Hold on there's a line at the bot
tom wait until I read It."
" "The stake Is to be the adorable
At this the sheriff winces, and then
"Of course, that's a settled thing.
To the victor belongs tho spoils. I'm
going to have some fun out of this
business, see if I don't; and If I can In
duce Dora to be an unseen witness of
the terrible duel, so much the better.
Wheio Is the second he spoke of?"
Dick steps to the door and opena It.
"Are you the professor's representa
tive?" he aks.
"I have the honor Captain Arthur
T tiiiall of Her Majesty's Dragoons,
and willing lo accommodate a frleud
while on a leave of absence." returns
a voice ficiu without.
".'p In. raptain." and an eluii;'ed
figure enters that must present a start
ling contrast when seen In company
with the dumpy professor.
"My friend and principal. Colonel
The soldier bows, and gives one
keen look at the fare of the New Mex
"A bad lookout for my fiery little
friend," he declares, reading Hob s
character at once. "I beg of you, gen
tlemen, not to be too hard ou him.
He's a queer genius, I've found, but I
imag'ue knows about as much of fire
arms as he d- of women, and that Is
Colonel lijb scrilililes on the note,
"There." he says, "meet us Just be
fore dusk u that retired part of the
great park under the trees. I aball
supply the weapons."
"What will they be?"
"Never mind; as the challenged par
ty I claim the privilege of eleit!on.
"You might bring a surgeon along "
"Good heavens! Then you tueau to
butcher ti 1 in "
"Captain, bag or large basket, also,
for gathering up the remains," pursues
the Imperturbable Bob,
"You Joke, sir."
"Never more serious lu my life. It's
dynamite bombs at fifteen paces. Good
A Daughter of the Montszumaa.
Mist Pauline Westerly of New York
has Just returned from a shopping tour
to the Hon Mar he and other temple,
of fashion. She hat dismissed her car
riage at the door of tho (irand Conti
nental, and assuming a handsome tea
gown, reclines lu the depths of id easy
chair In her private ps.rlor, engaged
with a novel and package of bon bout
at the some time, girl fashion, when
knock tvunds ou lb door.
V- J I HI v .i I !! V
This reminds her thst Dora ts out.
so, half rising, she calls;
The door opena, anil to her surprise
a lady conies In a lady whose gar
ments are worn with the grace of one
to the manner bom. whose figure,
though below that of the queenly
American girl. Is wonderfully aymmet
rtcal. Miss Westerly Jumpt to her
"Pardon." she exclaims, blushing. "I
thought It was a servant. I would have
opened the door In person had I
"No apology Is needed. Miss Wester
ly," replies the other. In a rich, music
al voice that Instantly takes Pauline
back to the land of the Monterumas.
And now the American girl has t
good view of her visitor's face, a re
markably beautiful Spanish face.
Pauline admits that she has never met
a girl more handsome they form a de
cided contrast, these two, the New
York blonde and the Mexican bru
nette. "I have met you somewhere, years
ago my memory must be defective
I cannot quite recollect w here It was
probably In Mexico." says Miss West
erly, wlih a puzzled look.
"I am Juanlta Lopei," replies the
At this the blonde beauty from Goth
am gives a start and looks her sur
prise. "The daughter of Sonor Manuel Io
pes, my most bitter opponent In the
management of the El Dorado. Yes, I
remAnber now, we were both young
girls when with our fathers we met at
the mine. U this a visit of a social
nature or one of business, may I ass,
The girl from Mexico, who can trace
her lineage on her mother's side back
to the Montezumas, fixes her great
eyes upon Miss Pauline's face iiiere
Is something solemn about her look
that makes the object of It uneasy-
yhe cannot reason why, since she has
Inherited from her father a brave spir
it that can face danger without being
"It is business. Miss Westerly. In
the first place, I desire you to under
stand that I do not sympathize with
my father in his schemes- for obtain
ing control of the mine. I am very
well satisfied with the way In which
you have managed It. Therefore I
come to you to-day, first w ith a warn
ing, and then to ask a favor."
She waits a minute as If to see what
effect her words may have on Pauline,
who simply nods her head and smiles
encouragingly. So the Mexican senor
ita proceeds, speaking rapidly, and us
ing the very best of Kngilsh:
"My father thought he had won
when he secured that paper pardon.
Miss Westerly, but you see to what
even a noble hidalgo can stoop when
he is deep in ignoble plots; but It
seems your shrewd maid outwitted
him; at any rate, he declares she must
have taken it from his inside pocket
while they danced at the Jardin I3ul
ller last night.
''You see, his heart Is set upon re
gaining possession of the E! Dorado,
which waa once in our family before
your father bought, and he will stop
at nothing you hear me, senorl'a,
nothing In order to further his d.
slims. Since he cannot secure the pa
per, he hopes to find Senor Danvers.
and failing in that, he will make such
an individual to order, so as to reulu
"Would he dare do that, senorita to
forgo a man. as It were, ami palm hmi
upon the lawyers aj the original? Hut
he has no ordinary woman to Heal
with. Miss Lopez; I mean that dltTlcul
ties do not daunt me. 1 am ready to
meet your father, and demonstrate the
fact that American girls know how to
take cure of themselves ) cs. and
even mannge silver mines that may he
left to them by their fathers I thank
you for this warning. I would reclprin
rate your kindness, if It weie wlthtu
(To bo continued )
She Knew Htr Weakness.
It was the sweet scent of the lilies
In the conservatory, the beauty of the
young girl's gilt hwlr or the excellent
rhampugne he had tsken sl'li his
supper at any rate, after the two
step, a they rested In the shvlow be
neath a palm, he promised to the de
butante In white.
"It cannot be." she said. "I am
unworthy of you."
"Oh, rubbish." said he.
"It Is true; It Is l true." AiM
"You are an angel," he tall, ar
dently. "No. no; you are wrong," iuld the
)ung girl. "I am vain, bile, silly, ut
terly unfit to be your helpmate
He laughed lightly. He said In t
"Why. this Is sheer madness? What
sort of a wife do you think I ought to
"A very wise, deliberate, practlcu!
woman," ah replied, "one able to live
on your amah salary."
Charles is a very observant n
Yesterday one of mammas frleudt
came to the house to call. Mamma
waa out and Charles opened the door,
"Mamma Is not at home," be said.
"Will you please give her my card
when she comet?" Inquired the caller,
"Yeth, ma'am," sail Charln.
The caller ocncd her card rase,
and as the withdrew the engraved
card, a bit of tissue paper fluttured
down onto the steps.
Very grandly Charles plck4 H up
and handed It to her. saying: "Yoii
have d topped one of your clgurvtti
Why lll your troubles to Uwyeri
Tbat It tU way be nakt btl lldstv
Diamonds Worth 130.000.
Hetty Green keeps about S0,000
worth of diamond on hand at all
times. She never wears any of them,
but she knows thut they Increase In
value at the rate of 3 per cent a year,
nnJ holds them as an Investment.
To Improve Poultry,
The government maintains S02 egg
distributing stations In Irelnnd to bet
ter the poultry of that Island. Over
3.000 meetings have been held this
year to promote Irish iou!try Inter
Teople now demand the right to
know txactly what they eat.
To be told by maker or retailer that
the fixd is "pure" Is not satisfactory.
Candy may contain "pure" wbite
clay or "pure" dyes and yet be very
harmful. Syrups may contain "pure"
glucose and yet be quite digestible and
'even beneficial. Tomato catsup may
contain a sn.a'l amount of salicylic or
boracic acid as necessary preserva
tive, which may agree with one and
be harmful to another.
Wheat flour may contain a portion
of corn flour and really be Improved.
Olive oil may be made of cotton seed
oil. Huttcr may contain beef suet and
yet be nutritious.
Th pprn who mivs and eats rnust
f-o'eri hinisi-lf and family, and he 1ms
rit'Vt to. aed now deriisni'. a law
uri'ter which he can make Intel',! nl
selection of foii.
Many pure food bl'.ls have been in
troduced and some passed by P'ate leg
islatures; many have been offered to
Congress, but all thus far seem objec
tionable. It hasfeemed difficult for politicians
to formulate a satisfactory bill that
would protect the common people and
yet avoid harm to honest makers and
prevent endless trouble to retailers.
No gov't commission or officer has the
right to fix "food standards." to define
what the people shall and shall not eat.
for what agrees with one may not
agree with another, and such act would
deprive the common citizen of his
personal liberty. The Post urn Cereal
Co., Ltd.. perhaps the largest makers
of prepared foods In the world, have
naturally a close knowledge of the
needs of the people and the details of
the business of the purveyors (the re
tall g'ocer), and. gelded by this experi
ence have prepared a bill for submis
sion to Congress which Is Intended to
accomplish the desired ends, and Inas
much as a citlren of the IV S. haji a
right to fixd protection even when he
enters another State, It la deemed
proper that the gov't take control of
this matter and provble a national
law to govern all the states A copy
of the bill Is herewith rcprodurt d.
Sec. 1 governs the maker whether
the food is put up in small packages
sealed, or la barrels, boxes or other
wise. Sec. J governs the retailer who may
open a barrel and sell the food In
small quantities When he puts the
goods Into a paper bag he must also
Inclose a printed copy of the statement
of the maker which was afllncd to the
original pkg, and Inasmuch as the
retailer cannot undertake to guarantee
the statement of Ingredients he must
publish tho statement of the makers
and add his own name and address as
guarantee of his selling the food aa It
is represented to Mm, which relieves
the retailer of responsibility of the
tru'h of the statement and throws It
upon the maker, where It properly be
longs. The remaining sections explain them
The Postum Cereal Co , Ltd . for ex
ample, have from the beginning of its
existence printed on the outside of each
and every pkg. of Postum and Grape
Nuts fixnl a truthful and exact sta'
!): lit of what the contents were made
of In order lhat the consumer might
Know precisely what h or she was
eating. A person desiring to buy, for
Instance, strictly pure fruit Jelly and
willing to pay the price has a right lo
expect not only an equivalent for the
cost, but a further right to a certainty
as to what he eats. Or he nisy be w til
ing to buy at l-ss cost a Jelly made
part of fruit Juices, sugar and a pin--tion
of glucose. It'll h must be sup
plleil with truthful Inforinsiioii of the
Iiht-iII' nm mir (. ;..tiiiIi l.j lo
Ms T"iikI bl.friy lo -!-et bis own
Hi a people have allowed the slow
murder of Infants and adults by tricky
makers of food, drink and drugs to go
on about long enough. Duty to oneself,
family and nation demands that every
man and woman join In an organized
movement to clear our people from
this blight. You may not he able logo
personally to Washington to Impress
otir Congressmen, but you can, lu a
most effective way tell him by letter
bow you di sire him to represent you.
Remember the Congressman is in
Congress to represent the people from
his district and If a goodly number of.
citizens express their views to him, he
secures a very sure guide to duty. Re
member also that the safety of the
people Is assured by Insisting that the
will of the people be carried out, and
not the machinations of the few for
This pure food legislation Is a pure
movement of the people for public pro
tection. It will be opposed ouly by
those who fatten their pockets by de
ceiving and Injuring the people. There
fore. If jour Representative In Con
great evades his patriotic duty hold
him to strict accountability, and If
necessary demand equitable and hon
est service. This It a very different
condition thin when a fact lou demandi
rlaas legislation of the Congressman
Several years ago the bul'er Interests
of the country demanded legislation to
kill the oleomargarine Industry and by
power of oiKMUlzatlon forced class leg
islation really unworthy of a free peo
ple. Work pp!e wanted beef suet
butter because It cheap and better
than much unci, an milk butter, but the
dairy Interests organized and forced
the leslalailon. The law should have
provldrd that pkrs of oleomargarine
bar the statement of lugredlems and
Uvu Ut jvvila wbg lvU lunbiu U
Had Hit Misgivings.
Admiring Friend Your new assist
ant. Miss Gwlmple, U quite nil edu
cated young woiiiiin. Is she not?
Old Fashioned l'i Inelpul H'm I
am not so sure about that. I am
afraid she Is a coeducated young to
man. t hlciigo Tribune.
The ancient Romans were great
oyster epicures. They ate the bi
valves In Immense, numbers, and wern
able to tell, with eyes closed. Just
what coast they came from.
for Jtist what It Is. snd not fry to kill It
by a heavy tax. Manufacturers some
times try to force measures In their
own Interests, but contrary to the In
terests of the people and the labor
trust is always active to push through
bills drafted In the Interest of that
trust but directly contrary to the In
terests of the people as a whole. Wit
ness the antt-lnjunctlon bill by which
lalxir unions seek to tie the hands of
our courts and prevent the laue of
any order to restrain the members of
that trust from attacking men or de
stroying property. Such a bill Is per
haps the most Infamous Insult to our
courts ar.d the common people ever
laid before Congress and the Represen
tatives in Concresa niUBt be held to a
strict accountability for their acts re
lating thereto. Hut when bills come
before Congress that are drawn In the
Interests of all the people they should
receive the active personal support of
the people and the representatives be
instructed by the citizens. The Sena
tors also should be written to and In
structed, if. therefore, you will re
member your privilege and duty you
will at once now write to your Con
gressman and Senator on this pure
food bill. Clip and enclose the copy
herewith presented and ask them to
make a business of following it through
the committee considering It. I'rge
Its being brought to a vote and re
questing that they vote for It.
Some opirt'sslvcly Intelligent and
Text of Pure
If It meets approval cut It out. sign name and address and send to your
representative In congress. Huy two or more publlcs'lons from which you cut
this. Keep one for reference and send the other to one of the I. 8 Senators
Trom your State. Ask one or two friends to do the same and the chances for
Pure Food will be good.
TO r.F.QI'I RK MANL'FACTt'RKRS AND JtHIITEllI OF FOODS Foil IM.
TEUSTATK SHIPMENT TO LA1IEL iSAID FOODS AND PRINT
Till: INGREDIENTS CONTAINED IS 5UCI1 FOODS
ON EACH PACK AG U THEREOF.
Ho It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Vnl'el
States of America In Congress assembled. That every person, firm or corpora
tion engaged In the manufacture, preparation or compounding of fM tr
human consumption, shall print In plain view on each package thereof rnadi
by or for them shlpifed from any State or Territory, or the District of Colum
bia, a comp'.et and accurate statement of all the ingredients thereof. di!ne.
by words In common use to describe said Ingredients, together with lh.i
announcement that said statement Is made hy the authority of. and guaran
teed to be accurate by, the makers of such food, and the name and compleia
address of the mnkcrs shall be affixed thereto; all printed In plain type of a
size not lets than that known aa eight point, and In the English language.
Bee. 2, That the covering of each and every package of manufactured?
prepared or compounded foods, shipped from any State, Territory or the
District of Columbia, when the food In said package shall have been taken
from a covering supplied by or for the makers and recovered by or for the
sellers, shall bear upon Its face or within Its enclosure an accurate copy of
the statement of Ingredients and name of the makers which appeared uf-on
the package or covering of said food as tufplled by or for the makers thereof,
printed In !IUc manner as the statement of the makers was printed, and sum
statctnetit shall also bear the name and addresa of the person, Orm or cor
poratlou thnt recovered such fixid.
Sec. 3. That It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to purposely,
wilfully and tiK'Hclously remove, alter, obliterate or destroy such statement
o' ingredients appearing on packages of food as provided In the preceding
sections, and any person or person t who shtll violate this section shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined not lest than
one h 'in '.'..) dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, or Imprisoned not
less than cue month, nor more Mian six mouths, or both. In the discretion ot
Sec. 4, Thnt the Ilureail of Chemistry of the Department of Agriculture
shall procure, or cause to be prix-urcd from retail dealers, and nna'yre. or
cause to bo analyied or examined, chemically, microscopically, (r otherwise,
samples of all manufactured, prepared or compounded finnle offered fur sal
In original, unbroken packages In tho Distrlat of Columbia, In any Territory,
or lu any State other than that In which they shall have been respectively
ti.anufactured or otherwise produced, or from a foreign country, or Intended
for export to a foreign country. The Secretary of Agriculture shall mak
necessary rules and regulations for carrying out the provisions of this Act,
and ts hereby authorlted to employ such chemists. Inspectors, clerks, labor
trs, and other employees, as msy be necessary to carry out the provisions
of thla Act and lo muki such publication of the reaults of the eliminations
and analysis as lie may deem proper. And any manufacturer, producer or
dealer who aball refuse to supply, upon application and tender and full pay
ment of the seilng price samples of such articles of food to any person
duly authorized by the Secretary of Agriculture to receive the siuie. shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined not exceeding
one hundred dollars, or Imprisoned nut exceeding one hundred days, or both.
Sec. B, That sny rrrson, firm or rorjorstlon who shall violate sertlona
one and two of this Act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tion shall be fined not exceeding two hundred dollars for the first offense
and for each subsequent ofTcuse not exceeding three hundred dollsrs or be
Imprisoned not exceeding one year, or both, in tho discretion of the court
Sec. 6. That ony person, firm, or corporation, who shall wilfully, purposely
or maliciously change or add to the Ingredients of any food, make false
charges, or Incorrect analysis, with the purpose of subjeetlng the makers of
such foodt to fine or Imprisonment uuder this Act. shall le guilty of a mis
demeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not exceeding one thousand
dollars nor less than three hundred dol'ars, or Imprisoned for not less than
thirty dtyt nor more than one year, or both.
Sec. 7, That It shall be the duty of every district attorney to whom the
Secretary of Agriculture shall rciiort any violation of this Act to cause pro
ceedings to be commenced and prosecuted without delay for the fluet an I
peualtlet In such esse provided.
Pec. , That this Act shall not be construed to Interfere with commerce
wholly Internal lu any State, nor with the exercise of their police powert
by the several States.
Fee . That all actt or parti of artt Inconsistent with thla Act art hereby
Bee. 1(1, That thtt Act shall be In force and effect from and after the first
dsy of October, nineteen huudred tud six.
. The undersigned respectfully request the Representatives froja tit d!e
trlct and Mvuatort from tit State lo support tb la measure.
B101 CltJ 8lal,
A Nw Synagogue.
Cape Town (South Afileal Jewr
recently dedicated a tiew snaaogm
Htmctute, capable of seating l.fioi) per
sons. The president of tho congregfu
Hon. Councilor H. I.lberman, J. P,
ia ulso the mayor of CHt Town.
To Transport Soldiers.
The transportation of the Russian
soldiers from Vladivostok to Russia by
steamship will cost for each troop
er and $Ju0 for each officer. Contracts
have been ltt, so far. for the traot
portal lou of about Co.OOO meu.
carping critic may sty this Is tiraplr
an advertisement for Postum ahd
Grape-Nuts. It Is true that these ar
ticles are spoken of here In a puhlio
manner, but they are used as Illustra
tions of a manufacturer seeking by
example, printing on each pkg. a truth
ful, exact statement of Ingredients, to
shame other makers Into doing tha
fair thing by the common people. snJ
establishing an eia of pure food, but
that procedure has not yet forced thos
who adulterate and deceive to change
their methods, hence this effort to
arouse public sentiment and show a
way out of the present condition of,
fraud, deceit and harm.
The undersigned U paving trt thl
publishers of Ameiii a about $?0.it'"o o-J
to print this announcement In practi
cally '.li of the great papers and maga
zines. In the conduct of what h
chooses to term "an educational cam
palKn." esteemed to be of greater di
rect value to the people than the estab
lishment of many librar es That it
held to be a worthy methiM of usln
money for the public gix:d. T'il 'h
a war fn h"
ttnT'rh" sto riy uon th-m to an.
Intelllcent ly and effectlvt-ly.
The reatli i will bu freeiy forgiven if
he entirely forgets the reference to
Postum and Grape Nuts, if he wlil but
Join the pure fijod movement ani
C. W. POST.