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UO CHANCE TO GO WRONG
HE man-Inge of Prince
Victor Naj-oleon to Prin
ces Clementine of Ilelgi
ura, a 'royal alliance"
planned with the utmost
frJll H,jiii:'An'ie along the UiOt
Blicltllt liti.a of kll.gerilfl
u.aiaa me- supreme cu
l;ivor of the Ilor.aj.arte
fait.ily to preserve from
extinction the race of the
great conqueror of Kurope, Napob on I.
It In the latent, the tiioitt widely d.s
cusaed gamble of a family against
fate, and the rowuer, If there be one,
will be a woman.
The (-bailee of a male heir are fair
ly good Bin.jily the chances which of-
fir to average humanity and it Is
therefore likely that the Napoleonic
line will he piet rved, for the time
Hut tho chance that It will go on
for all lime are simply till, notwith
standing the famous example of the
Guelphs, of Knglahd, when descent
from th only and original King Iavld
of the Jew a baa been claimed by en
thusiastic partisans of the theory of
the right dlvlii.
Nature. laborlivg Incessantly tomard
the attainment of one common level,
seems to take delight in frustrating
the rhangsiea ambition of her favored
child. Man. among all creature long
lt:g for the peri timtlon of hla direct
treed, seems r doomed to see It
disappear. Inglorious uud uiiknuw u,
amoiig the herd.
The NaKlemlc line la In no d-
perato strait; yet tt la appurvutly
prepared, after only a few common
place generation, to in a away In the
same manner as did dynasties founded
by conquerors an great as the Ural
llonat arte. The larg" majority seemed
to fail sooner or lu'er. both nmially
and physically, until like a wortinut
tree tho race waa cither totally c.
tliict or perkiKted only In a Intia that
were Integrally part of another alien
Hoyalty. proceeding on the butle
que baals that the Almighty haa ere
atrd it bonce, must-leu, fK'tih, blood
and brain of peculiar virtue, especial
ly adapted to the bossing of thing,
inevitably disl'ii-ed that. unless it
thould male with a similar breed of
buss stink. It would degenerate Into
the stock divinely doomed to be
Napoleon's faintly, when fee wi-nt
whore comiui rora go Cnnlly, aa nu-iiii-tiius
enougli, aa ftimlli go, tu
piomlae (-rpetulty. Hut marriage lth
tlnm was limited to other aud older
and royal tinea, moat of which had an
ax out for a Mount arte w henever b
came around aiuelllug of orange bloa
aoma. Aa the rrt-nch republic braced un,
and more and more emphatkally
tn ad n It appareut that all royally thera
liu k a luucb aa an Inch of ground
lo aland on. the opportunities for royal
matches deceased with the lloua
parte, and lb royal aclona bivaiua
t'ountlng Victor Napoleon, there ar
enumerated now only a balfaotre ra
tualnlng, with marring unpopular on
the part of th mule, tor dynastic rea
oua uirti'leiitly obvious. Victor, able
to ally himself with the daughter of a
house still reigning. I the hoiw of th
family for au belr who. wheu Victor
ahall have died, ran continue Uie claim
to th ghastly throne o grandly aelied
ty Napoleon I.
This summer witnessed anollier tuar
rlrge In which a famous family aeem
to tread the road to swift ettlnction.
1'rlnc Antoln Albert liadiUIII. of
I'olaud, bad hi way and Ikirothy Dea
con la bis bride, tin both sides of th
match there I Insanity, the prime's
father having bee a an ordinary lu
natic for th past seven year, and hla
bride's father dying Insane after he
hilled la a duel at Cannes a guest of
lis wlf la I'arl.
Th moat famous of all line la hla
tory was that of th Caesars, with th
herolo flgur of Julius looming as It
Axst couaplcuoua member.
I The Caesar line proper ended right
there with "El tu. JJrute" for lu epl
, taph. But things being ripe for the
: iKiaBlng of Koine, hla granduephew,
' Octavlus. took charge, ami, after him,
Tiberius, who was simply a stepson
A dozen Koinan emperors called
themaelrea Caesar, and the mugic of
the name rules down even to tUa day
aa synonym for emperor In the tlllo
: of Kaiser Wllhe'.m. Hut there never
! wag a genuine dynasty of that name,
because, it began In the person of Ju
: Hus H. C. -14, in the same person, when
Hrutus, Cnsslus and nearly fourscore
anKlstant surgeons per!-rmed their fa
j moi.1 Caesarian operation on him. The
j lire of the Caesars Is. In reality. Dew
, ocracy' farce of the right divine.
j The Capets, who managed to keep
j their grip on France for several on
J turies, began their rulershlp In the
! regular way. with one especially husky
j ancestor In their case. Hubert the
i Strong, u Saxon to whom Charles the
Raid gave tho duchy of the He du
I France lu SCI. They went Into the
kit g business In v7, when th nobles
leu. tied th conclusion that the Caro-
lliiKUin blood In Krance was about
played out, the only male survivor bw-
, lug Charles, duke of Lorraine, whom
those red-handed, twofisted fighter
regarded aa a milksop. Hugh Capet,
having boseed Tarla aud Its last Caro
lit.glau king, IjouIs V, appealed b)
them being about Uie sue or the
ninn they all needed, to boss them,
for be had all the nerve and brawn
of Hubert the Strong, his Suiou an
cestor. It was evidently a hinrty, healthy
br-ed; but three and a half centuries
suftVed to bring It down to Charles
the Kalr Charles IV. Urn last of sev
eral Cupct kings all curs.-u Ui In
caiHiilty and weakness. After half a
doreu )ears of reigning, the (air
Charles flickered out, lu ls;'4. aud that
elided the Capeta.
The funny part of tliia king making
was that, whenever the dlvlne-rlght
principle w ent to mini-h, l eiiiiH-r y,
ll, the nobles nnd liotnliles. h.lM. U.-.l
to get together and give It anolher try
with a fresh breed of r) nlty always
ngreeing on some rspeclully lloody
llllllded slllllghteri r their one best
bit I'hillp of Valoia, who had the
temper of a chronic earthquake, was
the choice of the Ct-eiich barons, and
he st.ute.l ilia Valoia line. In tin
tier the .111.- of I'hillp VI. It t.M'k lit in
only nluo year to plunga I'r.ui. e Into
the hundred years' war with Kugland.
nnd It took destiny or nature -only a
couple of centuries to bring the Valols
family dowu to Henry 11. lu whom it
111. keied out In 1 f.bil.
The fate of these dynasties In
nance was paralleled by Innumerable
minor house., there and elsewhere.
Occasionally, the case of Charlemargua
mid tiodefroy de lioulllon has been
matched, as where the famous family
I, la Tour Auvergne came to lu com
plete end with the death of au Illegiti
mate si Ion who, although a mere pri
vate In the runks of France's revolu
tionary forces, earned the title of th
"First lireiuulier of France."
Again, when th Kohan family,
whose lukca lilt .1 been kings of 1're
tagno, hud only Marguerite dri Kohan
left as Its belr, her huabatid. Henri
Chabol, waa coilly created duke d
llohan. to keep th name alive.
lieolTroy da I.usignan was one of
the great names In "Tench history,
and tha family to which he contrib
uted distinction faded out so uncer
tainly that for years Its name was th
sport of Impudent adventurers who
professed to be cadets of a house
which only th well Informed of the
nobility were positive was totally ex
tinct. Ha, too, with th dukes des
L'udes, who In their day were equals
of tha earlier Capets; and th Qulae.
dating back to 1S0I, when Hen 111,,
conqueror of Charles th Hold and fa
ther of Claude, first French duk of
Out, presented that lapsed duchy to
hi scoud son, and ending In 1S7S
with th death of Francis VJX, th
sickly baby, left by the last maturtrg
scion, Ltuta Joseph of Gultie.
The houpe of the Medici Is generally
supposed to amount to little mors
than tho OFlute Catherine and Marie
!' Medirl, ko tiirillingly prominent In
the annala of European history. To
truth Is that It follows absolutely tt
rule of a first, high-powered froceuitor
and of ultimate descendants fit only
Salvcetro du Medici, a member of
the greater guilds in Florence, allied
himself with tho lesser gtllldn during
the revolt of the Clompl In 1CT8 and
reully n.r.naged the whole outbreak.
The revolt died out, but Salvestro
ciuinlr.g had made blm a factor in
Cutinlt.g It was that marked all hi
line; but even that phase of Inherited
energy lapsed during the centuries un
til, on July 9, 1737. the last of them.
Glovan-Castcn, ruler of Tuscany,
paxaori away, he and the land he gov
erned both wreck from a succession
of profligates and Incompetent.
In F.ngland the story has been much
th same as In Franc, an excellent ex
ample of the perishing royal line be
ing the famous Tudors. Henry Y1L. on
his father's side, sprang from th mar
riage of a plain Welsh gentleman,
Owen Tudor, who had the luck to nar
ry Catherine, the widow of Henry V.;
on his mother's side, with the bar sin
ister marring the decency of his de
scent he claimed John of Gaunt as his
ancestor. As earl of Richmond, Hos
worth Field, fought In H!.5. gave him
the throne, and the Tudor name took
Its place among that of kings. It van
ished again on March H. 1SU3. when
Queen F.llr.aheth, the lat of his de
scendants, died unmarried at the ag
MAKING THE DUMB SPEAK
Vsrious Methods by Which th MutM
Art Taught to Utter Many
Scripture rt-mntk that the folio Ing
i ii irln-ii ur t li al ol thoae uned la
ihe l.t-at . tumls (or d.-af mutes:
HuathliiH through the nose and mouth i
are first taught. The tva.-her bnuthi s
through the note on a slate or a mir
ror and shows the to Ini'lat s'ts;
the child learns to imitate this. The
mouth breathing pr.nlui. s one spot.
Th' low jMiwiilon of tho tiiiiK' e Is nee
eaeary for proper s-e h It Is taught
by showing the sition and tising th
mirror, and by a brwath eierrlite. This
latter rests upon the fart that th
child cannot produce a gti.l sited sit
on the s'.ate unl.-aa he ki-i- his
l.uiioie (ldn Tongue gymtiaetlcs are
ni t ued to Umber up and train the
muscles which have never received
the proper development. The tongue
Is prc.tru.1i-d, retracted, moved to each
ride, turned up, ete. Tongue training
preparatory to various consonant
sounds la Introduced. Vibration of
the vocal curds Is taught by feeling
The pupil puts his hand on the teach
er'a chest and also on bla own II
thus learns to make a tone. He ioarn
to raise and lower the voice and by
careful drill la able to make a fairly
The physiological alphabet consists
of a set of diagrams giving the typical
position of the tongu and lips for th
chief sounds of the language. Combi
nations of consonants and voaels are
now read at sight. Through these com
binations words and sentences are de
veloped, l.lp reading of words and
sentences Is (aught by having the pa
tient watch the teacher's Up while
she distinctly enunciates some word
Thus he learns to pick up objects oS
a table, to point out part of th body,
to obey commands, etc. When deaf
Hess la acQult-ed after th person has
learn! to apeak, th teaching of Hp
reading should begin at one. Th
role then retains It natural charac
ter and th person can go right aloug
with hla diu:Uott. Ner York Xtvdr
Statement ef Keswty Doctor Msy M
Ben True, but It Wss Not
tVIlIiam T OMr.au. tlshcp r.f Ring
sjK.ro. talked t a dinner, on h J.it
vlit to Mew York, about n.lsil.iiary
"A certain typ of man." h M.
about declaring that Vm
liianl rue.-i, rlv1Me the savart out of
"l'"n'- that w do Uiern fcann lo-
; of g.d.
"W;ll. as a matter of fact, if tries
cavaliers knew what I know about
tribes, they would sp-ak les
mrifldentiy. Some tribes ar so d
bae,l that to do they anything but
good would hardly be possible. They
are. In fact. Just Ilk th og!y wom
an who vbMted th bea'ity d'x-tor.
"This woman waa ugly In very fa
tur, but her nos was particularly
ugly. That, no doubt, was why sh
desired th beauty doctor to begin
"1 sm willing.' she said, to pay
yoti liberally, d&ctor. but I demand In
return substantial results. We win
start with my nose. Can you guar
antee to make it Ideally beautiful r
"The doctor, after looking attentive
ly at the woman's nose, replied:
""Well, c.a'lam, t can't say s to
Ha! beauty, tut a nose like yours I
couldn't help Improving If I tit It with
a malLtL' "
One Record Mad by Women.
Through the activity of women. In
the anti tuberculosis campaign, sana
toria and hospitals for th treatment
of tuberculosis tar been erected;
travelLtg libraries hav been circu
lated, posters, circulars and other
kfMs of llterattir have been distributed-
to - th numbr of millions of
pieces, thousands of lectures tav
been given, large soma of monay tar
been secured, hundreds of needy case
have been helped; tuberculosis work
has bf-c-n staru-d In many communi
ties v, her no movement tad existed:
snd rr.'.ll'.cns of women hare learned
the dur.gera and method of preren
tk n of tubcrru'iocia. Tho work of th
wom. n extends from th drawing room
of the rtch to th homes of th poor,
and embraces all elae. Including th
factory g'r! and c;il!iot.alr. iJurirg
the coming year a special campaign cf
lectures to women will be carried on
In all parts cf the t'nlud State.
Ltttl, but. Oh, My!
Senator Sruoot of Utah tells a story
on the late E. II. Uarrlraan. which
eotitul somewhat familiar. He says
that when th Fait Lfcfce. cut-oS was
completed Mr. Harrlmaa took a large
party of big railroad men out to It.
They had their pictures taken at
the right spot scealcally. Mr. Haxrl
rr.an stood at one end of th group.
When tt picture were printed and
th photographer brought them around
the ralTuad n-en examined them.
"Why." shonted on of th guests.
"wber's Mr. Harrimao?"
"Jo you mean that little chap that
stood at the end?" sked th photog
rapher. "Why, I cut him off "
Deafness Cannot B Cured
St l.-l ai'pnrvtmoa mm Vmer asnt-tH rtra vsm da
mm (".'- u4 lu mj 'lijr - rw r ,r u
r " dr:. m um.1 a St ervl;l;vA k&'m
llr.M M mm4 Sr aa t&a4 4y.cu. ul I
tt'uruiw t4 Ui lull.taA TiJ. W two t?.
t..lw a fc.flfcu.fd rm tttvm a rn.t.. mmtfi ur
l-M-rt L'xjy m& avs n W ati.-rr t-mm&. Ival-a-
M Uw rwM t and uum b.a-'i.n:v. mn t
uui ind tiM tba ruM4 b . ihx. i .i-I'.-o.
aru am aa 4alrvr Kwrv-f ry cua
it. of 10 a- cauaml t r 1 alarrtL r a 1 r.-Lu
Ui an liiatr.na :n:-i w u, biu..j rirtu
W au iiv ! H:-lm3 Ik-. Ltf ar j of
raarnrat rua4 by twLarra. aa:,a,-t W arv4
b) llfcl caTS i-jrr. ?..r rim.Aia rea
, f I i lii.M.V a n. luaia U
slil hr 1nu-rm.
7aAt llmu a i aii-.ijr i'.s for auaauimuoo.
Th WlUhlng Hoiir.
t'lntre Jack told me he wanted to
m-v yoQdhe wirt possible w ay
t:thl And what did you say?
t'liiire I told hlmtocctu to break
f.nit Koine morning
CVar white rt..tVi are a sia-n t'.st the
h.-UM-aeeper uars Ke.1 t'r.as lwij l.,ue.
Irge 2 e. patkAfc, 5 o-nu.
The discovery that tt has Invei-ted
in a snlte.1 mine is apt (o make a man
Single HibW. tha fanvitis
elra.!.l fte cr -anuual aa K.iAi,.'.
A se.tl on a watch fob may b
worth to on an berg
Sfm. Wi ltaw.w-a awatna- Urns
r..Tfl.i.,n,a u- in.), a. i. ift, tM.t t.-l.ata
laaaiauia.ifct.iM.a...Mtitaliiia It-, i Mint a
Pom men ar .!' mad and soro
other ar He made
Stomach Blood and
Mc Sicknets starts with weak atoasah, and owiaw)Mct
poor, inipovertshed blood. Nam-Mas aod pale-people lawfc
ud, nub, red blood. Thatr atooawsh mni mvvasxwusg
Jar, alirr all, saaa cmJM be mo atrueger lawa kia stvMwava.
A remedy thai swakaw lb Musnacb stroaj saj ttte liver
ctive, sask rich red bWd aad vrcwan aad strive
u duaaae-ppoduaiol bwetrna a4 cures wbui sawlQ
IwJ ul tiiseaae.
Ct H4 mt rMSrsswet ITMtsvM its
Ltrme a.'aeaa ar fklmf m eaw svf
tr WWi CaWdea) Afste ZXacwrwrr
fa ger 3 f mac It jrrrwJr. Urmf
Jarfg m MJ4 C
Ye caa't rn.fi nrj to aeeetw soy saedicla ol s fins
nauilwa aa a subatiiui Ku- "Ja4Jaa Medical W
ry," wtuoti U atedwio o iwva cewawinoa, ka'imf
ewawplei liat ol ingraxttcnis la pUi I aUak c its bo-tl-wrwpfr(
msm toial al taala-i a vocrec MsJav oath.
WkW ft.,,, ml mm M saw ava a.wwaa , r.
teHMtMai KMat a kMtwr ras au
, f - f c, arv - ,
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H ! .rfrLUe YrtaMUtrmlirm-i.
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m atvJ ?k!4'Ccr.bj;ri5 ryrJifr
Opium. Vorprnrs? rv;r K,ru-rzl
Not Narc otic
1 ml -
A rrtccl Rcmtfly forCon'p-
iion . Sour St.jTr h.ii trrvjez
'lI- i r f. - r
- , i.uitiis ,i,urrvuir."i3.rraxri3.r
FtIiTTlf S-;-tre of
The CtNTAun CoAvr,
S54iiaritteed under the FJi
Tki-mrl Oopf of Vv'rappc.
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Lnd tukaAsi aval hotaesWisvd rsn-w tsx-rrmMLz. K mmm.tUm la insert rit trvm Var.m.
Sutiefa. Votxlsts-ful vpypnu-xuiXm irmjua 1 jc tetamm wto UaSroJ m trtay Caycavl twSr Vjwmi.
Ktw districts beliir oprtwl up tar wt'.iatil. tMrmmrm wUi m, xkjm rr. f- ti pr
vn from telr Wt crop. AJJ th dTajata.r 9t oiA mmmi crK3tU mr UiTr. Oo4
daoo'.B, eburrbtm, tpiu!al aurit.it, Jtra.rsns raWmy ZclUaV tiM (rtva mm'.sx mt hm
d;2ejTiit ..i vu4 no.i of 3Jb Ccmtut lurtv
XXtT sltQ.'lsvr to lit loliawismt rmetmA iwy 41. MtrtAsy m mlimtmmtMj
eon!Ujcu; other tUairiru avra m fTorugr myomm wti
TKT SETT ro TT7K1R .'5.
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Vv mtwTU cukse hrs trrm i,ai k.i kn.
frtcr trHi d) 1 er xj j Havw3 1 Ja X
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t a r t p tKtK. U S ttskJ UssUb. ftX. sVas, HIsi7
a ', a fl wl IsW Mrt." I fT1 'Inft "1 I ir1 J sl
wasts 8srm.K eat re no rrotx.
rVujsor. A'twnrn. Jti.y Eav r(L
lr.u.e r.j tLtp j.io Hje ;. -4 al vi;
i c a, l -u mi. a. ik . mm f-i mi 1
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sir, ' : f itv: ! avuj ttd u. fri cftemy r'.w
tj. a 4'r-. afi: tn-n n- - u ' t"-- ir 1 i
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W1U. MAX flu H 'VI IS C1SUJ4.
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f tri. :ts.t a i r4t ft&4 U .. w3
. a lif . "J ..a K,i.a r Ub4 t Mint r,
( b v. Awci 'Ja.as u! il 11 sv-ai. ft f fwaw ias.
for llcmliw aivj a tla kra: rarjiaa (nnrunl At. Ke Ctraralaa B.
beat (Sitr.,- ta la a lo iocala. atJ w !.,a to pa
J. S. CRAWfORO. Na. 123 W. Nimh Slreef. Kansas Ci.y. Ht.
"1 thought )cu said this was a
you: c chu ken. remarked NeweJ. an
he sawed aaav st a H-r'.on of tr.e
"AnJ I thcurh-t It was.- re' ln"d Ml
be'.t. r ha:f " I i.M ked la lis mouth and
It showed r.o tndieatloi of l avtri: ci:t
a single t.x.th yet. The liefer icft
have In jH-fa-i ii,.-n tr.c."
"I'll he tell ou It was a jiung
c!:li k.n" querU-1 hrr tul-r,!.
-X." r-i :iJ Mrs N. . .1 l?.it I'm
sure he r ust hat eiirvte. i:s t-e:h
befere o.ruig it for n'."
Not tc Overdo It. '
Ilr ! e gwine to a s prise rr-r
tonight. M: Saiiy
Xliss Sai.'y What will yvej uk f r
U!y Well. d'-ln' ral'Ut ce
takln' r.o re sent. Yo" see w doa t
Wan" to s prls "in too much
Cat s Mon On.
The 1-oa.fer lUi! my ahtp d,en I
The Keal Man Tten get a Kiev eti
and help sou-. ether fellow ur.kwd tia
5 1 rr",-! "T
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k'r I -'-.i';'
4 rt-atVal I waa4 amaaa
-a. a i 4la-.la Tza'fcaa aM ia
aJ aJ-lmg Waia.ua, a lhk-wu a.rwa k
kal fail I n. Wiitr ll.u a.ka a.iiu
'-a m.4 h$ S'a-oa. Sw4 u a.aaay iae aaap
ail raaiv a..a ! a.i. Ton a
taaae ist nWa
as scSaa sa los ! a taaaw. Tv .. . aa ..tar laXa raaa asf ae.., ,
at Irw ias mm),9f.tthmmthv9, ttiittHQt OKV COv, QamJMtj. Utmmtmy,
'a. U Wissll
Tho Kind Yen Have
i For Over
Wheat Yield In Many Districts Will
to 33 Bushels Per Sere
ti w k4 laVWxia tvm , 4Osasrt to ammutUk
tA. r 1 - - -T HsMtrr Bmbk,
tub ca Bxnm-a-u- wuid rem rr.
Tiw F- te n. A t, M,
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t- Btf als- -'mm ai .rah
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ft v-t .t r ? mi tW . 4
Send postal toe
Better ao4 more -cooKnlcaU
thn UQwid ntiptlc
rOB AXX TOILET CSE3.
W7AVJ f IK
Cuvaa sax a tatat bwalhsclaav,whita
fewWrw teeta aatuMrptKally clawiw
aaaMlh aJ throat-MU'iiiM th awwwlh
sitae ssaokteg feas all diaariba
pra4tatHai a ad body osier ., .
BirwcMteU by Uiatr wrwenMa, A atwavh
rwaswdy far sore eye mmd cavtarrib
A kol Pwttas pxnW ttsv
svjTi a a iUia mi sm waias
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