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Remarkable Incident That Started
Humble Newtpaper Man on Road
to Fame Told of Prince
ep the Kldneye Well and the
peye Will Keep You Well.
Ncwei.nier "seno'is" are, usually, of
little account In the Journalistic world
of Kncland. let !t aa a scoop
and a most remarkable, one which gave
Thomas Catling, the veteran liondon
-dl!ir. his first step up the ladder.
Mr. Catling, after half a century of
work oti Lloyd's Weekly London
News, has rvdlened and left active
journalism on the first, of ttie year.
He was succeeded by Robert Donald,
inarutlnR edlur of tl' Daily (.'uronl
ck'. Mr. Catling's memo-aM "scoop"
was no less than the announcement
of the death of the prince consort,
Quoen Victoria' husband. It occurred
on a Saturday evening. Just 43 years
Tho prince consort was ill, hut Ida
death was not exected. There were
no reporter at Windsor castle exeeut
Ihk CutlliiR. loiii;las Jerrold was then
editing Lloyd . He wanted a report
on the cimditUm of the prince's III
ncss, lut there were few news agen
cies In those days an I his staff of re
porters were busy. So Jerrold drew
on the coiiiisini; room and beranao
of his vtnart and active look, selected
your:; Ca;liiit. then one of the com
lol!or, to po domn to Windsor. 5tr.
C'atiins. In telling the story himself,
says that when he reached Windsor
it wan nearly dark and raining. He i
walked to the castle and, of course,
was refused admission.
There as no one at the main pates
who would or was authorized to pive
him Information. He wandered about
in the rain for a couple of hours,
prowling around the outskirts of the
ca?t!e. hoping something would turn
up. Wet, cold, miserable, realising
that he had distuully failed on his first
alignment. Catling determined to
walk once more around the castle be
fore point; Lcmlonard. He offered
up a little prayer, bareheaded In Use
rain, asking for help in his need.
That prayer aa quickly answered.
The guard had just tern changed and.
as Catling passed one of the solitary
gentries at a little wicket gate, he ob
scrved that the man was In tears. In
reply to a qilektlon the man said word
had Juki been taken to the guardroom
that the prince consort had passed
Cat'.lni? got hurriedly such particu
lars as the sentry knew and mas then
off to tendon. He reached the Lloyd's
News c-fllce shortly after midnight.
The j.ajier published the story and !
sc. d " every paier In the world, j
The dcuth was only "unofficially" an- j
nuiinced by RiiKiand some hours later.
The cii:iHtFlni room saw Calling no
more. He was at nce riven a po- j
nUion on the editorial staff and five ;
)ears la'er was proiif led second In :
command, or rhtef subeditor, as It Is ,
ciilid In Kngland. K!i:litin years la- j
ler be as appointed to the editorship. !
which he has held ever since.
Pick, suffering, languid women art
earning the true cause of bad back
and how 1o cure
them. Mrs. W. a.
Davis, of Oioetilieck.
Texas, says: "Hat to
adies hurt me so I
could hardly stand.
Spells of dlz.incss
nnd lck headache a
were fi-eqiieul and
the action of tho
kidneys was Irri frit-
I began taking Doan s
pasi'l several gravel
stone. I pot well and the trouble has
no' returned. Mr back is P1 and
strong av 1 my pcneral health better."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Miibma Co., Buffalo, N. V.
ftTV AM KAnKI.rsS VXVM en!.
.1L, Wixil and ntton st oii lvibnf,
fjt, Ix-auttfitl ol. 0r jter pitK.
cheerful lie la
often better than
lar. Soon after
Kidney Tills I
Mrl. IT"lFtlos SonthlRS frp.
Yrtr rh!tlr,t l--! fi l, . p,f te, lh, 'i., r.' fa.
flMiUtftUua.tk)! tmlB. Llim Wlf4 Oo.k.. tfA ft trVU.
PII.H - Ml It I TO l IliTS.
t, i ,,rn'o' t r. r Rrf M
if in h it h ti4. ll.-l ' t of lr--riU'iig 1'iMM
S q U Us 9t ton-f ffitb4d. &ue.
When a man makes a show of him
self tie's not always comedy'
There are score ways (ban or, fcy 1
whi'h a woman caa get even with a
Hian. Ot.n wny Is to marry Ma, atd
auo'Lfr is not to.
in' S.Pile 1! p lrr !r:t1it 5c. V .nr
Muoketn ptu-r tViem t.o Ji.c t'lirai-. our
dealer or fratjrvf JV.Ia, 1.1.
Kven a busy man must take a day
off sooner or later for the purpose of
attending his own funeral.
Her Me'hod of Indorsement.
A bride's riw ther presented her
with a check on Chripmas day. With
a ft-ciing of the titnio.-it lrnortance
she took It down to the bank In which
her husband hid opened an ar-eonrit
fur her. The cashier tc-ik the check,
then handed it bxck i-olitely. faying:
'Will you pli'ase indorse it, ma
dam?" "Indorse It?" related the bride,
"Ye, nereis the back, you know."
repliid the man. too busy to n.itlce
The bride carried the check to a
desk, laid It face downward, and nib
bled the end of a pen thoughtfully.
Then Inspiration came. Dipping the
pen. he mrote triumphantly across
the back: "for Fanuy, from Mother,
Christinas, l&lHl." Uppluc.-tt's MiRa-
Imitations have be"n placed upon
the iriaiket si closely resembling Ail-
j cock's I'lastera in general appearance
j as to Ve well calculated to deceive. It
i Is. however. In penertl appearance
! only that they compare with Allcock'a,
for they are cot or.ly lacking in the
l le?t cleni'.nts which have c.ado AU
i cock's so eCiclett. but are often barm
' ful in their effects. Remember that
AUcock's are tho original and only
genuine porous plasters the best ex
ternal remedy known and when rur
chaslDg plasters tho only safe way Is
to always Insist upon having AUcock's.
Carfield Tea. n unusually pm'TKai
hour-iKid reme'iy; take it lor i-un-ii'.iton,
I. keip the Iner tn.rmi.1. to pnnty the
.1o1. to iiil wide, to cuie rlieuiiiaU.uu,
U kvp neill
Demand for TreigM Cars.
With 2,000. 0(K freitht cars in use
In tl.U country, the daily cry. the
hourly cry is "More cars, more cars!"
New cars are put in service almost
before the paint on them is dry.
ril-'. M i1ui iHr tnd 'l S'nnv.t
Tj(iitf-s jf "mi n-ftl 1 t u.--t i-r l)r, Ki;te
t.rMt Srte JI--.vfrr. r-n I l'r t
mI l-i!tlr nl trce Ihr It li. Kl.r,
Ld , lJI At. h M, J'i,.!1ilj.b., J'. i
Insignia of Roys'ty. '
The long toils cf the tbs'ii of Per- ;
tla's hones sre ded rlmjn fo s!l
inches at their tips a jckloHMy
guarded fliilege ol toe ruler aiid til
HURT, CRUISE Oil ZPrtAUl
POTENT LIQUOR IS SAUi
Larcao'io I team's Testimony as
Strength of Japanese Wine.
A Woman on Women.
For s Iflslmeiis end lnctnlderation,
romiisind nie ti a woman traveling,
a s the Saturday Kvenlng I'osl. She
V ill deliberately occupy two beat In
1 sinwt car: sep otbt r .mn n stand,
laden th bimdles, without ciffering t
lnoe up, and otherwise try to proe
to eveiylxidy with ryes In their
tieadii that they, these women, have
no manners at all. j
Yet, If Jut) called at the bouses of '
such women, 1 have no doubt In tho ;
v.oild that you would be out tinmi-ly ,
reeeted; their best would be St )our .
dlt-p"-l. and woulj c,therle dls-
rover that they bud some iUliu to tb i
IHtii of Indies but never from their
rnuti.'H is In public.
And. fur from displaying good man
net tlioiinM-lvi h, ttmny women are In
capable i.f ii 'predating poxl manners
In olio rn If a well tired woman does
move up to make room for a standing
woman, how tdteu Is the flint womrin
lli.n.l !? Scitiictnues r.ot even a bow
or n f.1 nice is i:len!
Ak men how oflen they are thanked
iniiio In Si) times) for giving their
seats in a car to women.
There Is no liquor in the world uj-on
which a man becomes so quickly In-
toilcut-d ns Japanese fake (rtce
w.'nei, and yet none tf which the ef-
ftctK last to thort a time. The tu
i tojicatlon is t.lea'iani as the effect of
' opium or hasheesh. It is soft, pleas
ant, luminous eiuilarstlon, eveitli'r.g
be-omlng brighter, happier, lipiiter;
then voa set very sleepy.
At Jsi-aiiene dinner It is the rnle to
become kKiihtiy exhilarated, hut net to
drink erouith to talk thickly or walk
crooked. The ability to driuk at ban
quels revi'il" practice long prsciice
There are h.itupiels of many klndj.
and the man wlm is Invited to one st
whwh cxti-nslvc drinklup nisy be et
pet ted is careful to s'tt in u;m 83
tutjty or almost empty siotnk.h. Hy
not eating one (tu drink a pwd del
The cup are very siuaii and of many
curious i.bapes. Dne may be exp-ectcd
to eu.ply l.i). A quart of pale Is a P'Md
deal; two quarts l?'ju'.re iron to rves
to stand, fl it anioiii; the Japanese
there are wonjertul Iilal.cr. At
military ofl'cer banquet a capisla
offered me a tumbler holding a K"k1
Pint of sake, I almost fainted at the
siRht of it. for It was only the ftrst
lo.it a friend ald to me: 'Only drink
a liilie and p" it back." wiilih I did
Stronger heads en.ptie.l cup after ctia
like water Letters of Ijf.adio
Important to Mothers.
Ersmlne catfai'.y ewry bott.r cf CAPTC'TTlA.
a Mte w.d fur nat-ij for uliau ssd chl: -itea.
tod M UlU It
la tso Tar Ortt 30 V-sr.
Xlie Kind Tea Usre AJr.-i &anf:K
Playing at Occultism.
There Is a danger to-day of psychi
cal research direnerating into a fash
ionable society amusement without
practical aims, and there are promi
nent members of the Society for
Psychical Research who do less than
little to discourage this tendency.
Tl U ttt Ca'arrti Ii IV tlnii of tb ecsrry
1bi RiiflbrrillHiim cut t'lff O.vr. n4 HnV.i l&e ;nt
ft yrar. vai -i;.'x4 t'l tui-nta''. TcrY-tl
D'luiy iar d . r tr. -Rotor J It '.c at f?Uc.
n--n'i km at rrniMitt.tnd hf c-wmMii y ti ijt
. c -.r lb !--! irr!n.D', . pr"biKd :l lr.cil- .
tad t t--f .--T renwlrr p.t;iuil-iil urmul.
ll i t .tarrb t urr. nDOTv turvd t f r . J. c Iwz.ry
A t. . 1 i;-au,ot-,ln. t Uir oti'V t )tttulhwl r-jrt ui
llv nrbrt. Jt I uhu lotrrns. J In Irvm w
U .( m lrfcr-'af ul. It : 6'-Hcl'J tr t-ii-4
D'l mc ii i,rt of the ,T-im. Jlf i-ffr t
t-.-fr rro r ti4 te-t'ii'-' .
Aanw f.j. t iik mi a co., Tojeecoaio.
lllc 1 ma.l.f I'llH for coouiakUia.
The heir apparent of the Sirv.ija
Sta'e. a boy of 11 years, has developed
a remarkable aptitude for shikar. He
be?an to use a pun when or.ly seven
years ef ape and up to the present
time !; accounted for soveti tiser?.
fix jiinthers and two bears, not to
mention other larse and small g.ime.
r ; -
Perw.al lnovlcdje is the virning factor in the cu'runarir? crjrr'iifts d
rV'n competitive ape and when of ample chacacler A places t .rtsxiOe
poiseisor ia th front rink A
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal foxr Wg is reallj essealial to ac' jc-rei-.-rtt d tf
b;glcst exceEcnce in any of human cSort
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl
edge of Products are ali of the utmost value and in questions of Li- and heiUi
when a true r,d uhcJesome remedy is derrd it should be mrcljrtti b't S;.-rup
of Fi and tixir of Senna, manufactured by the Gtliforraa Fig 5?tj? Co, is aa
e'Jiical product which has met with the approval of the most enuactt ri.cia and
gives universal satttfaction, because k is a remedy of
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component
Parts and has won the valuable patronage of milijora of the Wei lrJcrrred i t-ve
world, who know of their ow n personal know ledge and from actual we that si a the first f
and best of family laxatives, for which do extravagant or urjreasooaUe uia axe ciade- v j
Tha valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
urtder the name cf Syrup of Fies and has attained to world
vtle accentanc as the most execiiert family laxative. A ks pure
laxative prince Jes, obtained from Senna, are well Lnown to pliysknans
and the V eu Irdorrneci ot de worw to te Uie k we nave
adopted the more elaborale Darre of SvTup of Figs ar,J
Y fctir of Senna as more hilly dcscr.pcve ot cms remedy,
but doubb'ciS k v ill alv a-s be called for by the shorter
Vk is J
C "L'L- j
I M Jp A
of 5yrup of Figs and to get ju beneficial
ejects, always note, when purchasics? the f J
name of the Company Caiiorwa rig Syrup
Co. printed on the front of every pacta re.
vbcther you call for Syrup ot tigs
c ty tne ruu name )Tup ot
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LUU bV LLL. rY.
. K. Mr Tl ,7 m
SAN FRANCISCO. CAU
usA. MrAA vhdk My J.
I J f f" llrL . !
Tools Crcap at Junk Shops.
In every lar city will be found
places when-! second' hand or Junk
tools are kold Tools of all desrrl
lions, Bdn( ted to every branch of
n,i' liiiiilc. can be bought at prices
ranuInK from one cent up.
A Knod sin d paint brui li brings two
rents, a carpenter's hammer five
cents, a pick or hhovtl ?i cents, a rip
saw ten ci i t, and so on. According
to Popular Mechanics, the avrrago
price Is less than one-tenth what the
new article would cost at a hardwar
More, and the tool la otten Jut as use
ful as a new one.
Son e of the lu!T in the motley col
lection come from unredeemed
pewns, some I nun junk dealers and
a K'X'd deal from parties of whom no
ijui r4ion are atked.
Pfcip-'cntly quite valuable tool and
Ini-ti iiinetils can ho had for a luete
oa. as lie! cutoiiM'is want tho
tools of oiilluary ut reiiulilng less
a U 1 1 1 to handle.
Enjoying His Ailmtnt.
Piobbs-- hat a dUsKieeable
fe'.biw tlrelll h Is.
rt!ot'l- tint you KUIt leliieml or t
II.Fl li 111' II (IvsiH'i'-s'.a.
I,!. M... .iff. ts? W Uy. I bt llcvs I
. 1 1. ..1: i i i-.iv It.
MAY BE COFFEE
That Causes all tht Trouble.
M'l.er, the bolide Is afire. It's like a
body when di"'ne begins to t-how. It's
no tit le to U!k but tune to act delay
l dnnKc!iins remove theca'-it"' ol the
tiOUble M I'nce.
"For a iiumN r cf ear." t-ays n
Kansas !d. "I felt nie that coffee
was hurting Hie, and jet. I was m fond
of it, I could not Klvo It dp. 1 palleted
with iiiV appetite and of course leld
ed to the teuiptatnm to dtlnk ltune.
At last 1 pot bo b.i.l that I made up my
mind I mut cither uuil the m-e i f cx.f
f o or die.
"Kvc t v thins 1 nt dNtreKsod l.'.e. and
1 sulTertd w ti lily ulmo!t all the time
with palpitation of the heart. 1 fre
quently woke up la the nlKht with tin
feelltiK that 1 was sltr.ot (one, my
lit a r I seemed to s mot here d and wea'tii
In lis action tV.ut 1 feared It would step
biatinjf. My htvatu K'' short and
the leant evert ion n t me to pantlnp. 1
slept but little nud suffered fixitu iheti
n.allMti. "Two years at;o i lopied ti.-li; -? the
old kind of c rree and lieu a a to use
I'usHitu l")d Coffee, and from the
very fltst 1 Ixmin to linpiove. It
worked a miracle! Now I c an est any
I thltiK and diKeKt It without trouble. I
sleep like a baby, and my heart beats
full, strong and easily. My brcathliiK
has become steady and normal, and
my ihetin.iitlMti has 1 rt. me. i i
llko nttother person, and It Is nil due
to qulUltiK co flee and Ulot l'-'-tntn
Food I'offve, for I haven't used anv
medicine and rm would have done
any p d as Ion as I kej t dntiiKlioC,
with et ffi " Niniie nvtti by I'oitmii
Co , lt..n!e Cti tl,. Mi. U. "Thio 's a
l(f.ioii." K- a.l the lIMhi bti k. "The
Head t W i l-Vi:'."." la I V ;,. All
For Emergencies Home
For the Siock on the Farm
Isawhole medicine chest
Price 25c 50c 6 100
Sand For Free DooUle, on Hor&fi.Chle.Hcf. &fWtry.
Address Dr. Earl S. 5!oan Boston, Mass,
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NO MORI; MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER.
THE SC.tN'TlF.C ANO K-ISN IJt'tRMi. C;'w.s:ER-.!-B.T.Jir.
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
A CUtTK. S'.'sr. 5CE -r ALWAYS PFir"- CV'E e V -ft
tic irL-LA-'"''1. c r.rts-AT all i'v-:s sj c
F HL.L r-i K t T Cr If" l5 r A TAIL'S DON'T W4IT
t I L L THE VAIN COMU-hllr A. ICBa HASUt.
A subsv.tuis ('.r : i rr or to i-js'sri cr sr.r c.r.-cr f .s'.tt, a4 id rt
t -rec Dc it cm ea iCAte m a. Tfte ta.-v::a ;r sri i.ti; vt qs .t cs cf
tfis aiic are vcr.r!iiJ. It v ;i j:, 5 tr.s ljf . -i at cro. . d tr
He-f.doh sr.3 S:.ts. ' rsccrnc-nd tt SJ r.s t5l ' l SA'r'sJ itcrui
cou:'.ter-'.rTttar4 r,eii. t.53 :i eitrrril ttr.-tcf 1,1 tt r lr t- cJl
stvi Harr.:J aa s i K.vurj'.;, Nt-.i f .c sna Or vv cc-t p .ra. A tr;i
;:l f mt "tt w c :m jr it. ar-i it I t l;ni u t ifi.uc: in ths
houho,4 sr.i ijr cl -it?. Or.cs rj tiT.; 7 ... (- ...j! It. k'r
rofi say ".t ti fs b-est c! si ycer pTcrA-it-arA." Acctzt ec ppntita
c! vw!.ne u u tf n etT t cti lcr c'!'r $ it n r-.. j-i.--r.
SFM1 tOUK AODKrSS AND 'E VllL VAIL OLK VASfc
LINE PAMPHLET M'HICH M ILL INI Ik'FbT sOU.
CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO.
us; a:esm' htte tvMt l:tY
r-O 31 YEAI?S SELLING DIRICT rv
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carries vvlth It the possibilities cf great happiness. Into the heart cf a
childless home. Women v. ho vish f:r children, should understand
that sterility Is not so much cf a disease, sis a symptom cf female
veakness, end, that In 90 cases cut cf 100, uhen the female weak
ness has been cured by
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WRITE US FllIELT
sivd ttard.lT, In tfUlrt 4vifJK, rm--f s9 yvHr
t'-i'lf. ' 1 .t.tt;i: vHf . V .U seivl Jfvsi
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t;tfs. "I ffti.ct.J Ci; A.l tj a L-ij rat:
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Dr. J. J. Li vuw: :.-. .
r.t. -ohaJ preview-' f-ii t"rc cf f-Jf
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