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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
MAKE ALEDO FAIR
Thousand People From Here
Swell Aattendance to Its
ENJOY ALL THE FEATURES
Horse Racing Program Include
Heats In Harness Events Aver
age Time Being 2:19.
"Bent fair ever." was the verdict of
1 000 Rock Islanders who were on hand
at the blif day of Mercer county's an
nual farm show. And It watt a (treat.
fair they saw and a fcroat day they had '
yesterday ou which to see It. Every-;
thing was at Its beet weather, roads,
exhibits, track. Aledo hospitality. Kock
imaxiuers were ewaiioea UP in a
crowd of 16.000 others and did the fair;
thoroughly. They ate everything from
(thckorjack to a 6f.-cent meal in the
(lining t-nt; drank ever? tiling from the
ont.-r.rB of a quart bottle brought from
to Wtt" r; Towd..d round
Mid ,iHt-n-d n;in-niouthed wl.ilf tiie
liirnl playi-i, rancl tl.-ir ii" ka to
look over C.diin hi'.tds and - th
1 rrf races, put Kiiudv "(). vou kid"
1 finds o nthnir hi-'H and i-ix by c-i-t.t (
1 :i-r no-rs in tn-ir nuftonholi'H, ani
id hi rhf other th,nt; tiat a county
Itiir crowd Ih supiMincd to do, and (ioets.
o niy iiii:hu.
Evory train ovr the liock Island
Southern Waving Rork Inland during
uif morning wa crowfjMn. i-.i:t.t nun
(irfd w-nt from here by thin route
j.lotie Many traveled by ciThr nivalis,
j i-rf iculsrly by automobile. It had not
rained south of the county lin and the
iriK by tnirtiwav as line. When tt:e
Itock Inland but.ineHx men's fpecial nr
r!ed t the A!eli) nation a jarad"
mih formed, headed by Stroehlett full
brasH band and the delegation march
ci' up town and tiie member took
b 'i ks to tlm fair grounds, a mil' and
u ha'f away
Siuei,,r rihooiis b ariiiK 'lie Rock
Ii land Kloaii hail bei n ilihtributed on
the t ruin fitid on rear hiiiK the ground
eiiterpriHlnn boohters got buy pinning
them on the multitude. In an liour a
Granger would hae v'uest-e.l tlm' half
' that whole crowd halted l'n:u Rock
Strtwhle's band played a thert r"
'.ram on tl,e roi.t:d i tl : r : I . the morti-
it K atid In the uttertl.ioli helped t ell-
t . i Til In tho rack tr.i' . i M'.ul fiiiii thf
mii I b'filid .".!okf of !!. Itock 1b-
I M:ders returned on a ! !" ial tram of
I I . r earn drawn by a frv.ht motor,,
w 1 ich left Abxlo at T o'clock nnd ur
r v.-d in this citj at 7 ti'i.'rs cuin-
in n la'cr tralnx.
l-iti.i; 1'iiH nn;i.
It btdng Hoik I.'Ouul county day a
1 i-i.e was given to the prettiest ba'iy
frotn Uock It-lin.d cimiu'v. h.i! ir v. on
I v !:ry tliMtrude Klnuia".. d.iui-p'er
c' Mr. and Mrs. :i Kitr.l all f Key.
l, -I.I- The other baly -oii?ehfs were
:r. . for nil afiairs the wititu rx l.e:n
u- follows. "
I'rettlet-t hoy Howarl Siott St-
Effuses to Put Up With Condi-
tions Tri s New Method and
Is Relieved at Cnce.
Men emploed In shops are as sub-
Jeet to general dtinU'y as are uohe
of more sedentary pursuits. Constant
strain on the mn oik sjsteui with
hick of sufilcleiit outdoor e:. rcise and
the i er -coiis'.ar.t u"tuand on the vl-
t.il.ty reuutre u tonic to build up the
l.ttliiic nerve force. Nature has sui-
phid mii li a tonic in the ingred. !'.'
cf a t.i w remedy now l.-'.i.c ii.tnv
tiuc.sl Mr. G. M. B. .-see of Thir-t-e.ght
tre,-t, Violine. employed at
the Marseilles shops. Ei-st Moo.iu,
makes this stutetiunt:
"I lime been trout led wth kltluey
t:.uh!e for several years. I had e-
m-I(. pair, in my uli buck and hips,
T ,1.1 ' ..r rout u, T U ft A
.... .t...t u h. ...,rmt u when I
4 ,...i. ;,r.,rt tr, f..rre
r.M-oir to won:
If to wori:. 1 was beginning to
feel tho stra.n
wrio'isly and feared.
u geiieral breakdown
, . . .a in
I reuu ui i taut
Juice and two weeks ago bought a
bottie and have used it faithfully. I
felt in prvvement from tr.' first few
uost S 1 took. I am r sting better,
sleep we',1 and get c.p refreshed ar.d
feel like work. My kidr.ey troiib'.e is
ver so much better. My appetite is
good and I am Improved generally. I
shall continue to use the remedy and
recommend it to others in l'.ke condi
tio a as myself "
When you have pains In the back
with a drasgy. don't care sort of feel
ing; when things you eat don't set
well, with a burning sensation in your
stomach and a heavy load as of a
lo'-.e- with much gas formation
when kidney and liver are overtaxed
w ith the poison matter they can't set
rid of through rroper channels and
pas it on through blood and system
use Plict Juice. I: act like a mtra-
!. Purif.es the blood, whes out
the poisonous maf.er and puia tha
wholesystem in strort. hetuthy cojdl
tion Call and get a booklet on Plant,
Juice, Demonstration trial dose fre. j
ddiiy, from 9 a. m. to p. tn., at The j
Bollard Drug and Dental Co.. Dav -
etport. Iowa; E. Jerlfho A Co., drug-
gists, Moliae; The New Harper House
Pharmacy, Rock Island.
MURPHY WANTS MORE
LIFE IN BALL GAMES
fc- ; .
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-nrcago, III., Sept. 20. President
Charles Murphy of the Cubs has be
come a radical advocate of the strenu
. , .. .
oiis me ior nan piayers. i-ie s tnere
wltn two propositions which he thinks
would ,ie.p ,,aft gaaie make u more :
Ct(.rf.sril. atid hurrv ,t lo,e
As a Ftartr he-d ahoi:sh th prac- tioning, and more to the point, there j
tlce cf v!Bi,.,ir piavrs visiMng with 'were no vexatious delays and no ex- j
hoir P p)av,.rs wnt.n'lnpv meet on tnP'orbitant charges.
diamond. Thn he would have the
players run to their positions instead :
Here is what happens," save the
ub nrf fciiierit. "The Boston fellow s
or the GiaMts or the Phillies it!
doesn't make any difference whom I
you selerti come to the west side
About the first thing that you see
a west s:oe Diaver a:.d a visiting
pjaypr over on the "side lin
hands and vi.-dtii.g.
"'That should not be possible.
thousands In the stands are partisan.
i ney i i tnut there is a lot of rival-'
ry betv en the p'nyers on the various j
teams aiid lin y don't c:-re and do not
a:it to s-e this hand shaking and!
"A few minutes before came time
the umpires stroll out and they thi.ik
;i is n Pessary ror Uiem to visit
a while. Then the captains come up
and turn in the line-up and there is
tm.re visiting. Then, after a while,
the heme team goes to the ti'dd.
"i 'OI'l - like to fee a show of life
I 1 1 play. -is are among the lest ath-!
world. There should bei
vim i.nti iot of action in overv move- .
mem. It wt.iiid be apprecia'ed by the,
inns and n ::ke the game more pop-'.
"! i's havt- rivalry from the mo
t: I t the m. Ii doff their Ftreet clothes
fir the utiifortn. Let's have action, a
t.how of I- and bustle every mo
meiit after the game begins."
pl.cns, .-on of Mr. and .Mrs. Govert Ste-i
pin us or ,-t. i'aul. t W. L. Pet.
1 f-ttn t-t y..i Jestie I i.t : ' x Linu-u-. Minneai.olis 104 fH .C42
ft ' i ;. tL.uuiitei' of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Columbus 9s i,Z .6"1
Ltti'-.uelter of Keirhsbuiv;. " , Tole.io '.' "! .590
I !' ii'-.st twins -Uorothy and Kd- Kf.nsas City x2 S' .5"0
'.an! N;.- ve. diildrtti of Mr and Mrs. Milwaukee 70 s .475
Kd ..,;d Nat w-of M.Llhersvi le. pt. I'aul 75 s7 .46:1
i.:i::r tiik mi.k. Lo-.isville 63 1"0 .:is7
The :: t tiesi attraction, of course, Tndianapolii 55 los .337
was iht laifs, whnh wen- r'i off un-
dor id-al conditions with the solitary ni-l l.T v l :vikh i v.
t 'n(,iin:i of a bri: k w 't:d from the AMERICAN LEAGl'E.
we.-t, wh. h sio-.vt d the spted.-rs dt. wn Chicago. 1: Philadelphia, .
t hit on ti e bad: stretch. The time Cleveland, 96; Boston. :po (first
n. a''. vii! worn! rful for a half mile pame five innings, rain: second game
tr:ii k Ct".i Western and Gr..id cir- sir innings, darkness i.
cuit rsi i rs were numerous amonir the P- troit, ''.; New York. 5.
stirt:s. ;.fract,d by two ll.o.xi Si . Ixiuis. 2 ; Wasltin ;t. n. 4.
hteen harness heats et
d. 'he titerage time being 2.19.
iok S' tii boats to decide tre 2:10
:ir. 1 '. -e :r the 2. ls trot. The
rac s t tii i ViorMy afti r 1 o clock and
he Us! otie, the running race, was
pulled off utter sundown.
If i: i roi.i A !e that a r.ew track reo-
ord would have been set in the 2:11
late Dati Mai k, after winning two
"eats ami p.icir.c the first half of the
third in 1 "ii. suddenly stopped on the
last quarter and refused to go on. He
vac distanced, of course. According
to the new
American Trotting cssoeta
aft. r five heats on'v heat
v 't.i en- are ei ir ble to Hart and this
left Pud Onward and W S. Webber
'he only contestants in the last two
In addition to the races there was
sn exhil it ion 1 y the Alaskan dogs and
a three-tulle i urt on a motorcycle was
trade In .l.B by BaT. of Davenport,
ri.iing a Flying Merkel
L'e in tre afternoon tne starter, m
P.nnunclrg to the crowd the fact that
the attendance was the larcest in the
1 ""orj tn iu-iair .Fsoriauon. icatiKoa
- m . . . ; i i . , .
r h' isiar.a roosters ior tneir
presence ar.ii ran r rial ion in ir.A nav a
' ' - -
The summary of the races follows:
til FA E PI RSE MOO.
Auto Girl 7
Alta ShirKy 2
Pud Onward S
S. We! ter . . .5
Ban Mack 1
Tir-.e 2 14 H. 2:121
5:15.4, 2:23'-. 2:24
free-for-all trot PTMi too.
Hiram B., Oak Wood farm,
Carlo. R. R. Klmberly, Chi
Red Cresciura, J. P. Coda,
Bradford. T.I I
' Rosa, X. Benson Elmwood. ni. 1
j Time 2:1!, J:18i4, 1:H.
ins trot tse asoo.
; Pilly Sailes
- : The Deacon 4
Buster M.. .
! Titr.e ! : 1 '-4. 2:114. 2:l'-i. J:S0
I ." TttOT ri KH S-too.
1 Uunry toott, gamuoi Harris
Plymouth, 111 2 2 2.
Advalorem, A. E. Allison, Mon-
moutfl. 111 4 4 4
Fred Rhodes, E. L. Famulener,
Galesburg, 111 3 3 3
Dynamite, J. C. Gauff, Rush- ''
ville. 111 1 1 1
Time 2:274, 2:24--. 2:264-
DERBY, MILE Rlli PI BSE $100. j
Arnot, J. B. Barnes, Galesburg, 111... 3
Waymark, O. H. Sholes, Ilolyoke,
Ehuron, R. R. Green, Toulon, 111. .. 1,
Time 1:4. I
MILI.IOX WORTH OF AITOS. i
The total attendance at the fair was i
In the neighborhood of 15,000, which
This is six times the :
Is a marker.
total population of the city of Aledo ' against Albert Moore, who recently re
and more than half the total popula-, signed the mayoralty; Fred Lang,
tion of Mercer county. People came chief of police; Joha Hegarty, night
from a larger area than ever before, : captain of police, and Edward Hensel,
many traveling 40 or 50 miles by auto '
or rail. Automobiles were parked in j
an adjoining field, 50 machines, rep- i
j resenting over half a million dollars,
! being gathered together on a 10-acre ;
i lot In addition there were at least as '
many more elsewhere about the
grounds and in Aledo. That there were ;
$1,000,000 worth of automobiles at the
fair during the day is a conserva'lve
A notable feature was the good or
der that was kept, and the complete,
, ,.v,o In nanrl.
ling the crowd and providing for Its
wants. There was no coufusion. no
disorder, and no accidents worth men-
W. L. Pet.
&5 43 .6SS
S5 l)j .CO"
71 C9 .507
C4 73 .4G7
08 82 .414
52 S7 .374
45 l5 .321
. . .97
. . .83
. . . 60
. . .47
' Washington . . .
i Philadelphia . .
i Cleveland ... ,
I New York . . .
Sioux Ci'y .
Lincoln . . .
, Wichita . . .
1 Topi ka . . .
. . .fill
NATIONAL I. EAGLE.
Brooklyn, 9 4; Chicago, t',-12 (second
itame six iiiiuncs. darknessi.
New York. 12: Cincinnati. 32 (sec
ond grille n!::e inninns. dai V. t.t .-s i.
Btibtoi;. 7-7: PifFhurirh. 5-S (second
game t-ij:ht Innings, darkness).
Philadel liia-St. Ixniis, rain.
Kansas Ci'y, 9; Minneapolis. 3.
T.oulsville. 6; Indianapolis, S.
game 10 Inninps
St Paul 1-1 (first
second five innings
Omaha, 2; Topika. 10.
Sioux City. 4; Lincoln. 2.
' INTERNATIONAL LEAGCE.
Toronto, 11; Rochester, 9.
Other games, rain.
Any One. Says Ad WolgasL
Ios Angeles, Cal., Sept. 20. Ad
champion lightweight, is
'HHng to meet any one
in his di-
vl Linn nn Tn BT,lrt(7'1virifr fla v a -it"H i n tr
" V. "
message Manager McCarey of
Vernon club received from Tom
Jones. Wolgaat's manager, today.
' Jones said he would prefer holding
! the match In Los Angeles. McCarey
' at once started to find an opponent for
!the champion. Mandot, Ritchie and
I Rivers are mentioned.
1 1 2 2 2 J' Kllbane Defeats O'Keefo.
2 2 111 New York, Sept. 20. Johnny KM-
bane of Cleveland, champion feather
2 : 14 1, 2:14, ; weight pugilist, outpointed Eddie
; O Kecfe of Philadelphia in their ten
1 round bout at MadiBOti Square garden
here last night.
Hsrrlok and Bsrg Fight Draw.
1 1 Oakland. Ca:., Sept. 20. Jack Her
rick of Chicago and Otto Brg of At
2 tori a. Or., middlaweighta, fought a
1 , ta round draw her last BJghL The
j man brok rn In arvry roend. Nolth-
: er wis s"reiy punlshd.
Ceedntan and Kohlsr In Draw.
New York, Sept. 20. A draw r
ulUd from tho tea round go betwoa
Jack Goodman, th west aid be&er,
and Pcul Kohler ef Cleveland at Madi
son frtjuare e&rdon. They tipped the
. beitr. at 144 poutds. Krom the bo
j meet tho goeg ru they rr.Ued it
iCerosly. It jt a i'U bMUa,
ON GRAFT CHARGE
Bloomington Grand Jurors Re
turn Bills Against Police
Chief and Denouncers.
Bloomlngton, 111., Sept. 20. McLean
county's grand jury gave Bloomlngton
a municipal sensation yesterday. It
returned true bills of Indictment
sergeant of police. The defendants
were accused of ommission of dutj
and malfeasance In office. j
In addition to that action the Jury '
found . Indictments against gamblers
a,id proprietors of gambling house
and houses of ill-repute, and also :
against persons who own buildings In !
which such dens existed. Many of'
these property owners are prominent I
The report of the grand Jury was;
the climax of an investigation of mu
aiclpal conditions by two Chicago de-j
tectlves engaged by a local paper. ;
Rumors of municipal graft, of protec-!
tion of gamblers on payment of money
and cf protection of immoral houses
ied to the detectives' Investigation.
The detectives reported to the grand
jury and the indictments were re
turned. The grand Jury, and the court, how
ever, went much further than was
generally expected. It was the first
time In the history of the city that
owners of vice dens became involved
in such writs.
The indictment of the police officers
means a shake-up in their department.
Numerous resignations are looked for
at the next, session of the city council.
An indictment charging manslaugh
ter was returned against J. T. Phil
lips, a conductor, of Urbana, who shot
and killed a tramp "beating his way"
on the Big Four railway.
Moore is president of the Blooming
ton Baseball association of the Three
FAMILY, MOD NE.
Notable among the acts of this
week's bill at the Family theatre is
that of the five McLarens, who enter
tain with instrumental music. During
'lie act many different kinds of instru-
70 .'490 ! r . .
92 .3'JS !
5lu ments are brought into use, and the
; music re ndered is most pleasing. So
477 popular rioved the act of Willard, the
'477 man who grows, that Manager Sodiui
323 made arrangements to have him re
1 main in the city during the last part
i of the week
A comedy sketch en- j
titled "Sweety's Finish," proves to be j
in a class of its own as a laugh pro-1
voker. The Rappo Sisters are Rus- i
sian, Siberian, Circassian and Cossack
dancers, direct from the Imperial op
era house at St. Petersburg. Rostow
is an (iiilihrist. He is of European
fame ami comes to this country from
the Imperial circus at Moscow.
GOODWIN CAREER ENDED?
New York, Sept. 20. It is almost
that Nat t . Goodwin, come-'. , . ,
... . have been misleading and that facts
ver again will appear on the1 ... , , .
!ia:i never again will appear
stage to play a part. A letter received
Iu re by bis friend, John Ernest War
ren, secretary of the American Drama
tists' association, brought the news
f.-om California that the actor is para
lyzed in his lower limbs. Mr. Warren
recently visited Goodwin at his home,
pertr Ios Aneeles, on business con
nect d with the publishing of Good
win's "Memoirs," which the actor is
editing for publication this winter. Mr.
M nm n says that on departing from
.... .. "
.ii i t n ith nia ar-einent Ina tiMAr u-aa
in fairly good health, although tired
I after his work during his last season
here. The letter rerelved b'y Mr. War-
expiainru mat me siories or uooa-
in"8 mhaP wbich published
The fine store
room and base
ment at 1822
27k by 90 feet.
Steam heat fur
nished. Possession given
Apply at the
d U- J3 k
J I I 1C1 Ifl
ffr:'! siiii'Tili iii'Wt
Better come in
One fj One
Price 3p? M Price
We have any pattern you
Union label in all suits.
T. H. HAEGE, Prop.
One Door West Ramser Jewelry Store. Opposite Harper House
PREFERS . DRAMA TIC
TO MUSICAL ROLES
- tr & if
George Edwardes, the manager of
the Gaiety theatre, London's fore
most musical comedy playhouse, com
plains that every girl that becomes
popular in his theatre leaves him as
soon as an American engagement is
offered. Frances Reeve Is one of the
number. She received American of-
fers the night of her llrst success and
accepted one that came at, the end of j
ner nrst uaiety season. 1 hat was
four years ago, and she has been
here ever since. She left musical com
edy at the end of the first season to
take up the legitimate drama and
has never regretted the change.
oi ins acciueiu aim inu coiiiiuiou iih
been inaccurately given. The facts
as detailed by the California friends
cf tho actor are that Goodwin is sur-
fering from a fracture of the pelvic.
bono, which was not discovered for a
long time after he was thrown out or j
the boat and received his injuries. I
Since the accident tho actor's friends
hfive feared a breaking up of his men
tal powers. He is said to have become
morbid and morose, due to bis fear
that he never will be able to walk
again or appear on the stage
boon thought best, however, by the sur
geons and those in attendance on htm!
not to inform him of the discovery of;
that fact. Miss Moreland, the actor's;
secretary, and a corps of trained
nurses are in constant attendance on .
him and are doing all In their power
to cheer him up. He is Just able tu
draw himself up by his arms in bed
and use them to change his position,
hut Is unable to use his lets or feet.
His last engagement here was in the
role of Fagin in "Oliver Twist" and he
v.as to have opened In the same role
In San Francisco three weeks ai;o. sun-
' ported bv the Helasco stock company,
! During the coming season Goodw in
iwas to have appeared in New York
! under the management of Oliver Mo -
; roRCO In the first nroductioti of Lee Ar-
thur'B play, "The Fox," in which he
was to have played the title role, or in
Hartley Manners' '"Gauntlett's Pride."
Cyclist Breaks Ankle In Race.
Amboy, 111.. Sept. 20 In a motor
cycle race at the Amboy fair Ned
Tippt ran into a feoce. An ankle
was broken and he was bruised about
the head. The machine was a wreck.
Flour Plant Damaged $100,000.
i MUwaukee, Wlss., S-pt. 20. The
j Berger-Crittenden company fiotir mill
plant waa darnagsd $100,000 by fire
I Inflammatory Rhumat1m Qulckiy
Morton L. Hill of Letiancn. Ind
laaya: "My wife tad lrSammatcry
j rteumatitia In every muscle and Join';
I her suffering waa terrible and her body
I and face were awollen almost beyctd
recognition: caa ceen in eea fcr n
letKi ana nea eigni pcysicisr.s. nut
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
i Detehon'a Relief for Rhecmatisa. It
I Ia.1a raltaf ar.it .V. . t.i..
. - ... .u.r
to aVk tn ttrte days I aa aure it
, savea ner ure. tsoia ey otto c-rotjaa.
! 1S01 Seoond avenue, Rocic lElssd. std
Oul. Bchlegel ft Bon, i23 teconi;
J nreet. DeTJiDorX.
tomorrow and look at our line
like and will make your suit or
Remember the name and location.
THE ENGLISHMAN'S BATH.
Not So Very Long Ago It Was an Un
We boast ourslves a cleanly people
and are apt to scorn the foreigner who
does not daily perform the ritual of
the tub. Yet. the British Medical Jour
nal pouts out, It is not so long ago since
we had the reputation of being au ex
ceptionally dirty people. In the year
1SX there was not a single private
house in Ixindon provided with a bath
room. A witness stated before the health
commission about the middle of the
last century that the only two occa
sions on which one of the laboring
classes was washed all over was Im
mediately after birth and after death.
Even at the present day our contem
porary doubts if dirtier people could
be found anywhere in the world than
among our lower classes. "A French
workman would be ashameil to weur
the clothes iu which the British labor
er goes to Lis daily work. There Is
nothing that tramps who apply ot
workhouses thluk n more brutal tyran
ny tb.au the enforced bath."
In the middle ages, we are reminded,
our dirt and squalor were the themi
of comment by foreign visitors. Three
centuries ago what most struck a Por
tuguese traveler in England was the
fuct that the English gentry never
washed. Erasmus has left a picture
of the dirt that prevailed in the houses
It is not difficult from this to Imagine
what the state of things must have
been among the poorer classes. At one
time both men and women who were
careful of their comnlexlontj cleaned
tbpir face8 w lth a dry wlllte luen
tlothi l)W.ause 1t was believed that
washing the face with water made it
mure susceptible to cold In winter and
to tan Iu summer. The story of Lady
Mary Wort ley Montagu's hands is too
well known to be reitcated. Johnson
said be bad no passion for clean linen,
and even the fine gentlemen of his day
were fur from scrupulously cleun in
their persons. Westminster Gazette.
RATING THE GIRLS.
Terms Young Naval Officers Use
Fixing Feminine Beauty.
The younger officers In the navy, and ;
the gallant young midshipmen especial- I
ly. have a method of their own fur re- !
cording feminine beauty, and they u-e I
it 011 many occasions. This is a sys
tem of estimating the attractiveness of j
a visitor by a sliding scaie from "5 '
to 4. which is the system of marliiug '
at the Naval academy.
One particularly attractive fifl was
walking nloti the dock of one of Cncle 1
Hum's big warships on a day when it I
was open to visitor v.hcu she over-
heard two midshipmen say: !
"I'll give her a .'."1. anyway. She
conies nearer to a 4 than anything I've .
Ot course she did n'it mid'rit:i:id '
what this conversnt ion was about. If
she bud she would have felt rightfully
fluttered, us n T is au excellent mark
and one rarely given.
A iii-ans pussalde That Is tho
"'""est mark that wiil p.i.s at the a ad
eray Ff a girl Is attractive and jolly.
DUt whuoui 1 srtif uiony MriKin-
i luutj. she is put down as a 2.5.
. '''" can be spoken of a de-
serving of a 3 she i.iiist be very pretty
indeed. To merit a :.r her Iteauty must
be striking. It Is seldom any girl. 110
mat'er bjw beautiful or attractive,
merits a 4. This is the perfect mark,
the very best t!i:.t can i.e ol,ii:ia"d It
is seldom ivt n '.y inid-hipmcn to inurt?
than oii'j girl in hit w U"!e cun.tr iu
the navy. New Yutk Herald.
Always have a ui.iss medi'-lne dror-
: per and a bottle of rownmcr In the
medicine chest ar '1 la your traveling
bag. Then when you t:et u foreign
: body in your eye you will be spared
' much pain rind dincomfort if the fol
! lowing very simple an 1 harmless meth
od Is pursued: I'ut Into t!ie medicine
i dropper k1s drop of the roue water
1 I'ull down the lower lid and float the
liquid on the s ::fr,ce of the injured
; eye. After the rovewater has been la
the eve f.r a few e or.d.s ue the
en-,j,t y me 1
'ri dropper to suck out
nd the f rt-ign matter will
tomu with It.- N-tioiial MuaIiie.
At toe time that r reaer:r II. usea to
,u,, wl.n bl, h philosophers be
Csamo'l-a cf them one (iy. "Wbrtt ,
voui(i vcu dj if you w.rre tbe king of :
i Evary. gut t?Wi a Oatterlnjt an4 I
overcoat as you want it.
witty rejoinder. When the Maffiuts
1 d'Argeus' turn came be said: "Sire,
. what would I do? I would seU my
kingdom and acquire a small province
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Tuesday Molina night.
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