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4 I 11 hi KULK ISliAu nmu, jaiuiu. " x " "
"ubUatiea llr av If 14
we. Rock IUL IIL Eotew al tit
peetKace a second - lis? mtir
embarrassing to yoti If yon want u.
marry fn Europe.
IVrfcap the ee!et way to rmra- ,
ber your re 1 to fonn om Jingle
or rhyme on your birth ytV. For
!nv.vc: "la 17 little Johnnie cP
I from heaven," or "la 112 Utile Susie
trran V t-oo .Npvr liitrol M; me
! rhjme Is. Just o ci remember It an.
'. ,ffer r'uMn the age of 'J. you
warn to prove tiat you are only 23
iran f:L i itl change tne roTm an-j
TERMH-Ttr. e-r.t. t-?r wvk. hy ear- F-r fo? e 1"! be!lve you when
r. la Ruck lnan-1; 11 per rr by j I'T"" -be J prove our
In 4'tar. youth.
Importing Chemicals is Reiumcd
fce f a
Kara - N
BY ME J. W. POTTER CO.
Import of chemicals and drugs. pounds, compared '
,vi,-h .r f.r'nn.ic intr rrunted in i In November, 1913.
lith 4.':.".0'.t pounds
! CHORDS AND
month follow :ng the
n war. have I
Conplala'a of e-Mverr srvre hitild '
truuf to the -lrr ilavMo-j dr-j. mrr.-nnt.
which should ataf. b aotlf.re In every I
lavtarre kn tt la 0-rJ f bin
ppr 4:rro-itfmi-d. rarrl-rs !.. v t)
athorflr la lis j'lwli't I
.in .-n.i,.-io.. r.e -r.-.m-remtiT i In corat-n.rig for the gov. rnrnent man
TAVENNEB MAKING GOOD.
C.ncri-!ii.aa Ta v nnr In rr.an.r..-: -grd
a 1 the -ie of t.la first term as i
ifce d:d at the start. By hit per-:
the first t:.r'
outbreak of th" F.erope
again resumed normal proportions.
The NovcmLer !ii!.ort? were value -J
at $7.t" I. "..!. again t t't.74"..14 7
vfnbcr. t-.' 7 In Novcmii'T,
THE Dacia is off for Rotterdam, ex-j
Gum of all k:nds except shellac
increased imports during lne pecting to reach there in due time j
of November. C amphor iru- i wjta & cargo of cotton, unless too ar-
Dull s re-;
The Daily Story
Incognito By F. A, Mitchel.
torts amounted to 57:?,0"i pounds. . fectionatcly preeted by J.
ntalnst ?,l::,"" In November of lst'ceptiou committee.
No-! year: rliicle. used in the manufacture
rf rhpwln- :uiii. .-. i1""""'' ISN'T it likeiv that recent
Novetn her. j against -i:!.""'' po-ind : and pambii-r
!rr t-rra jai-onica. lurcely u.-ea m uic
luuakes in ltalv were erowls In
It bo happened that Kins Caspar of
Wa'.karia and Queen Bertha of Zinger-
! land inherited their kingdoms when
ivcry younp. Their domains joined,
but they had never met, for during
a.-i.i $,.::.: 17 i
The irr.nnrTation of chemical.--, r r terra jaionica. largely u.-ea m mc 1 t f fI-ot.,s ,,f Germany to fiuiet
and dyes ha averaged 7.7'.;".-1 I- al ho r tannini; industry. 1-3-r'-' '' I UaIv aU(1 Koumauia with reference to. at continual warfare.
month durine the last five ! pounds, auaint oi:."U'; poiinus ... war narticiDation? (two kintrs died alxiut tne same ume
were knit et the harsh treatment of
the maid of honor. Taking the Kift,
he selected the moht beautiful !low.sr,
a rose, a'.id handed it to Uertha.
As might have been expected l.aij
the play been n reality, t'atheriiio uU-
tav r" r.n-r. attr-!kl fur patUct
tlrm jfo ;h rtl-l wl'l b- prlatJ
r IJ.-ftflcu i'r!nri.
trmj I oion. I'.cnh I.l.r.d Hi. ltJ nJ
tr.-eie ci.anrit-ls th-re has bet n
d !ncrc:!s in lriiportd of chemicals
Ions of war an drills. -Al:ih roue to $7,r.S2.i2 in
! fv.....V nn I X'. ....... V, ., V 1- n T 1 .
fc re-u.ta. I urtner- anit).jnteJ n?arlT to $,m)(I,0,h,
c m. he ha brousht the matter fore-j jra,.t5..at:y ail lin"5 of chemicals
lty to aten:if.n f'f te l.o!e coure I .h larger imports in November than
t.-r a-d tnat I? a Ic-ne In t.ie rik'tit i in any prior inonta of thp current
nfacture of ami acd ir.ur
i.-i Auji.Jt the total fell ti ember a year eaii:er.
and in September to $'..-( Soda cyani.Je was first enumeraieu j
v:th a partial reo; eninK cl in fie. monthly report for July last 1
piark-'wiih a total iniporlaton 01 jot.''i
pounds, and after drcppins to m.'j
nnnnd In Aueust the Imports have
uteadiiv increased, having
their childhood their fjtiiers had been er this, with the queen' coiicurrei,, e,
rwUr.uDtea tiiT jiarsnne.-s 10 lfrv,a,
who availed herself of the opportunity
i to show herself an a.ipel of ; . ,
When these .
' iha cabi lets of both ccun'rics decid- xhis excited the king's nympiit I
CHICAGO GerrrEi.s and Irish are
petting closer together every minute.
At an entertainment this week George
i Murphy Rosenblum contributed a
i.prt juano soio snu liie prugiaius were
)4i. t 1: r-r-l'..l.
. . . j N'.'t ot.ly t'.e ron
C V " Z S ;N "c r- - "rT i i.! :,n.:ir:-tir ."
r j;.-.? t;...: it j..-i:s 1 :
" . I.i-'I." at..- Iiilv r:: !.e
21, 1914. j t a jj, t ,e r..
- ' ----- ! j r ""-" i:.l whi-'
printed on green paper.
One more, h'iira'j for Tatenr
tr.an 00 t!: " job!
"Tha t nie.-p
la Torntis. ay
iibb! Iu li -t
It nay b ttiat I'ro-. in "ot 01!
tn ri lor iriw ikra'up f-e
h.a oaoie riuadf 1 to t.i-
tiiint; l:k a patrat Iiuur rurr
-. -.-inaii from I i-xceel
.jtj rt-.-.l-tl i-i j p- r:o 1;
I in t':i- b.i'.
r T 'o- ir.iiiiu-
:- jfr:,i' prov i-i-,s.e
ri - i f t':e Ji.o-.t y ')ia.! be ;---d in
1 eoovp. U k tr. n ens! ioyed in put-
I'.v.t; '..''1 effect the o!j'-rt.'jr..;b;e f -a:-
urf . i t x'.f Talor y-"em
t In or b r to an-o:n;i:h ti.ese thincn
he la. beer; eon; ;!: .-d ( t.ike a i-'i.iol
tir.iir:-t m f.!l-r- of his ov. n party en
I fle.-.l ve:.r nn.l m.-.nv of them eioial or I creai-s In INovcmber wnen comp.
with November of the preceding er.
.... i.-i! I
" ffitrt nnunds In November. Sumac
vanilla beans, vesetable and mineral!
cvanlde of potash, quinine, and: .wuitt. oau news ior tne caiamuy
t 1 )irtv1or4 rinrv- Inrf totl mill rWvstil
ParK also snow inureu . ,. ....... ... - , h,. women. To this
.....I rinr 1 :rpp tnonriis. l tn reooon lll'SL oo-"1:
ed to make a match between the young
king and the youug queen.
tiieen Bertha would not consent to
the match without some acquaintance
with the man she wjs to marry. Slie
therefore insisted on their meeting in
one of her palaces near the border
line between the two kingdoms, the
kin? to be attended by three men and
the 'report In corresponding
or -ar!: r years, or coat tar v enuoi omei -
ic-.l r-i Hi d dves. f ,r o,-tmi. th" 1 while .showing laruor impoiis iu.n.
. me itihs' .-ur s are I u;Mr the normal
' average, beins $ 1 1 .') ' in uti:e. com
' pnred wl'.i: In November. lHlo,
next r.icnth with a full force.
n mfht hae fippowd th?
4;'l Mrforml-k'a pn;:re'!vim r.m'i
hr aturW tf Lira nil lh b..oafne
lrm t;lb tl:al party mt- it. at i
Koro of ih ayma'-hy for ar ';f
ferrra shMtilil Iw rrved for Sh h-a.l
rttrr ho f.a t. T.n.l orr-r hit sr in
each djy' d.r'.' out of whtrh tt
roak a s'ram-r head anri tr T.rr:
,lr. Taft anr'i li.s hrar-rs at
Ifloon.lnjrton. fad. that tm .Unrr rf
Iljrray t and (hat poIMr
haa be-n pTrni.Ter.t!y reformed. It In
tr t far-d that lb- n pr-:der.t has
at a In b-g in t tjk on w.i;ht.
i o-j-.- and ?
I .'lis r. ::-l to
. y core ib-rj
's;.l. f)f pft'l-. t'ut W .
ir.er 1. is w.-n in h.s fiht in !
!.-;... v 111 ... ;...-t the senate f,- In j
r ' r :ii e. J.'il r'.rcr' '.:i,;n from
t':i, 1'i fr.'t l-.a s.f iea-t fl 't-.e lil- part
an 1 Ihe publicity he has r':rci! f'-rj
at.d showing a marked recovery from
the low- record figure cf J:!M.Oo wort h
!T!; rte.l in SeptemSer. Alizarin and
a! jrin dyes, impcrts of which were
i-r- iUly depressed l:i Auiru'-t. Septem
: r ..nj 0. tffc'-r, made a remarkable
r.1.0 in November, the total being
t.2. a" atriiin.-t J31.77.I In Novem
ber. 1913, and a monthly average of
$1 :'.'( In t ca'endar vear It'l.l.
fr.do'e oil imports, which usually
' j .ce-il :!,'i i,o...j ;tnd frequently range
;,il.e. I i0 ",,o'.'o.Oi palifns
fell to less than l.'"9.oi.o
in October. In November.
the months immediately yrecedip;
November, are still somewhat less
than In November of the previous
year. This Is true of glycerin, which
fell from ;.-l2r..noil pounds in Novem
ber. lrilS. to B03."0.' pounds in Novem
ber last: carbolic arid, which decreas-
a relief to read
(with Colonel Goeihals.
' his" words entirely to a
of South Carolina was thor-
from .vir'.ooo to 3u.ivt.) pounds; nisei 1 oughly characteristic. The legislature. I
oil. which decreased from OC.oOO ta jusl assembled, was dominated by his!
rr.of.'.r 1 v
;.ii ' t: s
rii.-c as !! a tht
i!! crtainlv invoke If hi
t.-r i!nlfn. v I'A no !'.: bt .'
. w-r' is
i cv. r. rh--y ro-.
; 1 o:',j..i.-e ! with .".'.17.'
vcMla r. 1 ':. and 1.1
(if n-at'-riais f-.r
r. k th- incrc.'i
gallons In !
1 ".1,000 pounds; magnesite, from partisan foes. They were contenipl.it-
e..!i iwio to IS ''00.000: and carbonate of inff i m neji rh men r nroeeertiTiirs Ftiiftipr
.. -i. 1 11 - t 1 CO ninl . 1. . . . ........ . . . j, : Oll.y
poTupn. w incii leu n.iij i, -1 - ej 1 juau lace tne music inease registtrtMi 1
1 I ." pounds. I five days before the expiration of iiis:
Opium and coal tar colors are the term, after having done all the wreck
only chemicals for w hich countries ofaw lie could, and the office goes tern-;
shipment are shown in the monthly 1 porarily to the lieutenant governor.;
trade statistics. Of opium the imports one of his political ailies. Blease stm-l
from Turkey fncreased from .r.:i'! : ply runs "true to form," as the sports- j
Hounds to 41.1"" pounds, and those j man would say. Atlanta Constitution.;
from the I'nited Kingdom from noth-j
the king gladly assented.
Before leaving, for the rendezvous
the queen said to a maid of honor, i
who was also her bosom friend: "I
wish you to exchange places w ith
me at this meeting, you to personate
me. I to personate you. This -will be j
easy, for I have purposely limited the!
number cf my attendants so that there
are only two besides ourselves to be
in the secret.'' !
When the king met the substitute;
j queen, whose name was Catherine, ,
he was well pleased with her, for noti
the queen herself, but her at
tendants, were beautiful women. Her-;
tha had charged Catherine to treat
her with some severity lest by her ac- ,
customed deference sue betray the se
admiration for the ioor maid ;o m, 1,
an extent dint he resolved to hreuk ott
When Bertha considered the fruit
ripe for plucking she contrived to vi r
the king in a corridor in the p. iace a
If by charce. He stopped lo :m)1
despite her pretended cff-.jrt to get l y
him, forced her to chat v. iiii him
This slm did w ith her o es lo ot u;.-.-,
the f.oor in well affected nied'-siy.
Wh'ie they were toci-tln r a ilmir ope.-e
ed and Catherine came
corridor. With fir-
ord( red ilertha to io r rc.iii, I hoi.
to the ki lg:
"If this is a sample of your n
ty's constancy 1 think we h.-.d :
go no further in this 1 laHcr."
"As your maji siy plea .-(.,' 11
the king with a formal bow.
Thus was the king tilth'.' f.-o-,
woman to another. Queen i: vtii
her maids of honor returned 10
land and King Caspar to .. !
But the king did not remain
lotig before he too',; a step wlii
;mist talie with gnat care.
in November. If 1.1, to .".S!: .pounds
I in November last. The increase in 1111
(ivi. ni. i.nd tan. it.orts ,f coal tar colors already noted
in importations is recurred chiefly in those froni
fka r'anvt!:-" ay they r.-.nt th
proport ffl-rBl !nTttatln cf ror- j
rupt.oo In !r;ti..r.. J-5 Cannon a d s j
trir.t s-rema to Ur pretty w'.l aatlaRed .
ith l' own way of doirir; mine?. !
hiever that nny be. j
d-'trrlr. t..o h mi
1 to dj tbe will c.f !!: it:
t-t from lcr:n.r.? und ;!r artiv..
C. r.rre.. a..ia Tni-:.r."r'-i p' riol
I'.- f .:-.. t- f?.i-. d! T.ct is o:.!v
t"-;i.a. il-i will be ab'.e to act '.isli
;ifr!- In hi second term w f.l. h tifn
1 rkx-:.! for Mm In l.i l.r-t. b--re.
r he Is not Jumping in haphaj.iril
f '!;;nn from one nibj'-rt to at.'d!. r.
let l s'r.T.':!v and per-1 ! nfly rk
ir g parl v rtain w. ii d'-Iiro d ob
'r t .
brai '.. in No e:
" ; I . ' " t poun Js.
; ,ri d i i 1 N" 1 em
!. In port of qne.
hi r I-1; - renal" d 1 7.-
r f the preceding
of m i -o. l.x ;i',ij
many, which rose from -4 t .' pounds
in :Xovember. IftBt. to r::5.t"ft pounds
in November, while those from Sw:'t;
erh.nd increased from mi.W'i to 11:,-;
Of Course Siie Is.
That. Chicago widow who says
had three crazy husbands ought
enthusiastic for a sane fourth.
HIS PLACE IN THE SUN
Gtjti'-rriM ban Hot rta-netl tl:r pr -IJbOcj
of Mexico. t declares. He
haa merely motll;xd" his capital.
Very rll. well rub Garza's ume off
ib alate. It drc-a not make ciuc-t di:
frcucc one president more or less.
A ' Ka.niis paper 1 responsible for
the following: Karly to bed. acd early
to rt. cut the (! and swat the
fltra. mind your buslnos-i and t!l no
Ilea, pay .your det. u entfrpri.-e,
and buy, from the oaa La advert'.-.
Lantr.alatures made up of mere men
hare so far refused to make the pro
TlsUjr.a of liberie marriage laws ap
ply to women. In this respect wom
an's ri;ht. It Is rrea'Jy to b feareu.
would sutler under universal suffrage.
The Idaho legislature may be a trifle
qalck on the trigger when It com 10
oasslnc an alltu land law, but the
members att leaat Concede the right of
the voter themaeltea to decide wheth
er the slat shall go into the dry
column or not.
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
New- York city has on its payroll -physicians,
with aggregate sal
arl.n of $sMmi.'i a nr. If to t'ose
be added D'J wh.i d- 11111:10 ip.t! work
wi'.'v.' Ut pay. 1:0 per cent cf the p-o-f.
y i n in that city 1 acrout.ted for in
public work. American Medicine de
clare that If wc now add those who
serve In private icstitu'ioni for little
' or to f- e. a third of the w !:r,b- number
I is doing It work at no cost t. the i;i
idividaal hick person, but at public ex
I There is arf much and about the
sa:u- rea.--o:i for state to care for i
the Mrk as for it to teach the young. 1
jthe Joliet H'-raid declares. In the one j
cas- the reason given is, and in the;
other it can be. that lhe protection of I
'society rather than the personal ben-1
ef.t either of the children or Cue sick
Is sought. j
j The argument for compulsory pres
ervation of health Is as well supported
a that for compulsory education, and
enormou expenditures of public mon
ey are already made to p revert illn s.
ph.se of this i.t seen in such move
ment as that for public playground--.
Knormous private benefactions for
the sr-ientific investigation of the
caue and nature of diseases have re-
I ,-ee r e the pa per?.
I'hwile i::!mie chr; p
Oa t: br.nks a the Vi.-
A . iiai.giu' tile map.
Tiiot the rayson de ath-
Cor umrtliT let run.
Is tile ct :::thrie.-,' des:re
I'or a place in the su i.
p.ac in ta
foino lit tie
A field and a tree:
A man ia the sunset.
Joo-t home from the
li s wtt'i.in beside hii..
His kid on his arm.
But that was before . . .
Will yez look at it now
Tii" 1'aves is all shook
It. the wind from the bougi
The field is sthrippit:
There's noise thof wild,
Tim wail av a wom.111.
The sobs av a ci i!d
';ir. e- heae.T.
a bit. av a riil
At the edge av a woo;!
Is h -. ;ot thot is sittili;
A --hpot full av p'-ace
V.'.i.a the figii'in" is none;
'Tis So Evervwher;.
! Til" first batch of legislative bill
ti:!es shows so many old familiar
J friends coming back, it wii! be safe to
'count them all present in advance.
! "Wolves came around after ti.e bat
tle, tearing the slain in the snow."
And, of course, slaying the torn?
Wolves are not more savasre than war.
cret. During the first interview Cath
erine spoke to Bertha somewhat sharp-
jiy. and the king's notice was turned
j from the spurious to the real queen.
I w ho bore the reproof with becoming
; meekness-. Indeed, King Caspar was
.charmed that tiie maid showed no
.temper whatever, while the reproof.
: which seem eel to be uncalled for. prej
iudiced him against her supposed mis
j Queen Bertha tiad gorie to the meet
ing with no "other object than to over
look her future husband incognito. But
from the moment she saw him she was
;inii(h smitU'n with him and resolved
to win him if possible. She directed
I Catherine to lose no opportunity' to
failure to ma
land had made
friend to Zitig
ry the quc-en of '':
him unpopular in
sent a co.(-:e
rl.tn-i t Ir-avn 1
: could marry one w hum he jojppo
; be iiis qio en's nia.fi of i.ci or.
I King Ci'spar had no Imp.; t '.
Would he permitted the woman
; choice. The tif. n had .-hown i.i-r-j
insanely j- alous "f lit r iuaid of hot
and would doubtless refu-'- hi ; ? pi
! xv i t h some harsil a"C'..;i n i ; g n--.-J
sage. During his nie.-senzer'.s abs- in-;
;i walked the I'.ixir imp,.t ieutly niri
iwith anxi' ty, w .ijting for iiis an-.', i r,
I ili-i emis.-a.ry rt-Lurmd witii a Mir
: prise, announcing tliat ih" maid wns
A Kansas man wants a divorce be
cause his wife snores. Good-by tnar
ri.'tpe. if he gets it and a precedent is
-.-ti.b!s!ied. Cleveland I'lain-Dej'ler.
the queen and (he queen was tin mai i
show her severity while in the king's Without. losi-ag a moment t!i- V.it.c
presence. Catherine, who was an ex- j mounted his horse and. pinn running li
celient actress, played her part re-' esr-ore. rode night and day to ti.e
markjbiy well. Did she order tliejtal of Zir.gcrland and, appearing K :
queen io no tier any servte. no matter j Queen Bertha bospattere-d w itii 1
liow .peedi!y tiie duty was performed, i from his quick ride, knelt ber.u
the spurious queen would reprimand ! and kissed her hand. When he loo
her. At such times the real queen i up he saw her face bent do.'. .1 11
would cast down her eyes, bearing the! him filled with meiTtiner.t.
injustice with angelic .sweetness. I Turning his eyes t a maid of l.o
t 1 h" . .1
i ; :
grave av a s.mi i-r:
place in th. sci .
'.. a ; 1 '
I' ' i ) it
Antiseptic MclIIi Wash.
clean m-outii which is anci
rare condition e el tn i:il;. : d.
: "i::f 'cti:.E as p:.i t of the'q.
110 chemical i; -'nf'-.tin.; 1,.
Your fre born American citizen al
ways reaei-Tes the rlicht to his own as
pirations. The remark is prompted by
read.ng the list of thoee who have an
nounced, themselves or are expected to 1
coma out a candidates for conn s-sloner.
; mueb thut the public can do for the li
1 diviiiu.il health.
I B.it j-.ist as privaf sehools tnd prl
t vate teachers have survived the es-
fabM-hment of public schools, so there
I no dancer that th private practi
tioner w ill ever disappear.
i requires tu
: daily toilet.
'at any rate. A dir-as. i. ne.-cted
1 mouth which ia a very common f.ic-'
!tor cf ill health si.tiold be di-iiifecl-1
: d freq'ien'ly. Th? mouth cavity, un
1 dor certain f:mi li.ir conditions, makes
j an ideal pi ice for the culture ed dis-
1 ue confi:t:ens are 1 1 1
1 2 I diseased gums. 1 ". 1 '
... (It adeiioid.-, audi",;
emical d .-inffi tants applied by the
nttst or doctor. Svp is nlkaline.
i:-:ht. nrn-cri!'.;.. ir.ihily ant is.;.t',c.
n-me-jii aied what more could bo
s'u ! 01 a ni ii.fli wash
cii-;;;. as well as etl'u
something we cannr.t
clar preparations sold
Morvm er. it is
ent. and thut is
say of the pop-
Even If It accomplishes nothing j
cvjre the Induatrtal relations rotnnils
stoa 1 entitle! to credit for hating'
shown that some of our leading mtl- 1
Itonalree are about as radical tn their '
views upon social reform as the aver-.
ace agitator who makes his living at tt. !
1 ease germs.
d' cave i te th
r.asa! catar: h.
j In a b gn mo;
j tiens. ti e mucus
I ieigi nts givi ri
I r.it in", ran partic
11: is; 'a.! in g decrijition.
GARY'S VIEW OF THINGS.
H II. Gary, head of the I'nited i s.l -. exercisi
State Steel corporation. paints a ; influ -nee for all
rosy view of tho prosperity dawn ng a clean mouth ih
wtfti the year lfl". He says: j ti'ttt
"The business men rf this oj-'.try 1 and
th the natural secre
saliva, and ecilular
ff from the la-i.u-'
dariy over t.ie t jn
ade'juate ger.-nici lal
crdii ary n-cd. In
teeth ar- sound. Ce
ils are h -iiithy. ti e gums 4,1-0 p:r..; .
t'trm. t..e br'.ith fdorie.-.-.
arti i-pti.' "
Ouestions ?rd Ancwers.
The rn.-igm d Intiuirx : To the
paras i fly f -w readers who still
it' ply Sorry, but t;i'se who s:cn
;;! iet,r.; are naturally entitled to
a'i ibr t.me we an give. We Je k
. 1 . ue Mgnature. If it is
e to- re-t of tiie letter
Not Knocking Ch.irlie.
Charles K. Schall of New Yeirk, who
, sowed No. T. in the Harvard varsity
' ere-.v i .t se.i.-on, iui.- aba iiuoiic'i row-
ii:g on tiie advice e 1 his physician.
; Harvard's prospects for a good crew
jure I'xvt llent New York World.
Snioke House Strategy Board.
We'll bet a ri al Havana again; t.
live cents worth of car meat that,
more questions of national and inter-
national importance are settled in
Kent's Smoke lioit.se bet v ei n It;!.!
Schori and the proprietor than in any:
other place in America. Long di.-.ous-
i .-'.(ins on the war, however have .fail, ,1
to determine satisfactorily whether
the German 40 centimeter puns wemhi
do more fearful execution if loader!
with limburger or sourbi aten. than'
French shells filled wiiii Paris perfume.-
rome of cur toi.sorial artists
u.-.e. Klruwood. 111.. Gazette.
RKVOH'TlONA U Y mm Ptnent is on !
in Mexico to increase the presider.'t.i:
term to one month.
IOWA subscriber, writ ma to th:
Milan Independent, says: "1 was part'y ;
raised in Keck Island county, having
l'ved in Milan." ,
ST. I.OCIS has firodne-'ii the ni-an-1
. ;l n;.i:i. jie was arreste-j oti a c
of robbing a blind nev.sbov.
One iiiiinaii.-' Catherine se'nt Bert !ia 1 standing by tioj qu en
to the royal garden for some flowers erine looking at him
and w hen she returned scolded her for 'amused expression,
hoi getting the kind she wished. Nov-j And so it 'was tiiat
ertheless she handed several of the ! doms were trailed and
choicest to King Caspar, whose brows ' more wars.
tli ere- v.
ghts on the European Wa;
Press, i A!most
have reached German-.
of The 1 act ion." Well, oer ;
the first; beys, and know i;;at
lay may bring us all
:nd Turkish flaets in iho;
V contained in a leUer '
;i Gtiinan g'leuer serving aboard j
Turkish battleship Midir Di, far-!
ly the German cruiser Breslau.
' We were in Tie.' izond (a Biaok s"a
port i.f Asiatic Tut Ley) when w e ie
icive-d word from the Sultan uawi:
Sebm (toruieilv the German cruise!
G'.e ben) t !irt a Buss. an fleet, com
posed of six bi'ttleships and It tor-
ad de-troyei-s, .had nun-
trip to the bott'on of th.
were at our s'aiioti- in U
it takt .' to te.l.
"From the '. rctn: ; i, :
pe.ir. a s'.iddcn'.v I. ! pi
t ::ou a shije-- then t 'he
I coanieu two. n,rei-, lo ir,
j en alt -if t!i.-ni liig fc-.io-'
I to nial- e th'tjgs douic
i Sigaib-r tubs i'urm.-'d
: the i roccs -icn u i!
! her the pici ire o!' th
: in;; out e.f i ae tV.g. '
I to t -,) T.trkt-1
If our rr
even the toothbrush would he a ques
ti -liable l .iury. In ether worCs, i!
-ular diet were sullii
i "u:ie pb nty of fresl
cia'iy gri'e-u garde n
rrrr-rr-rrrr: at the present Unix aro on a Ilietter
O. B. ma4pa,tee are said to have basis than ever before. Th-ir mar.aee
cotrae to the conclusion that they cmi ' m-a. the'r onfiii. their busine-s
a lawyer a one of the members of th morn! are Improve!, their standards
national coauniseloc If even's are to Brn g'-'er
follow th same course In th future 1 "As result can anyone doubt that , mastication wcr - as thoroughly as it
aa they have durtn the- last year ail tii( sentiment me-.t ie.ne.l ;s chttnging .oi:i.l be. the to-lli would not de: ay.
threw members ought to be lawyers. or t'-.it there I more cooperation be- i Mastication i8 the nat.iral way to ! an
- t-ti a'l clanwi of people, a recog- die teeth a::d nature fui i.i.-.he-s t!.-
DO YOn KNOW Vnrm Arr n!,SoT1 te ' reater Jegr-e -.ban ever . best of bru.-hes.
UU UVV YOUa AGE. before that It .'. to the advantage o: jp,lt oljr u-;el ls r. llged for us oe-fore
How old are you? When were yo-j ,' each to have lall other prosper? I the materials rt et ii t:i tabl - white
born? if you re:iy know See, "The aorking people recognize con- ; nur milled to a eiegree which re n-
if tour children know ,!- t - '" "e,,i .,. Cl.ri utuniu a:i -u not worth while: tu-
!''. a of ;i S-ou; Woman
I 'ee (heoto some ai t:-le
l i'- hods of reducing weight
:. iii.-t I. many iil.e myself
an.xi. as io get rid of about
it p'y--. series of talks
subject will shottly ajoxar.
who ar 1
iiii eir :;
; SO.MKONF: has aptly described t?,..r.
rotary Red field as th.e sunshine trust
cf the Wiison adti'inist rat i:n. li will
iaKe more than tne Sherrian law
:.'i.l U -.1
sat is fa.
1 ui'Kish town
t iris a t. We
-I w ;
n the next morii-
It went d
had hard'y stopped
shots went serepch--
air. Wo were close
turn i.iia p.vssimist. it mis
Jo not laurb at these simple cce-
a rule are quite w.. ling tr rectproeate. j Rar extracted from the original cane.
It J..XV, in pecunhiry results tt be fair j ,iea i ; d. pov.d red and perhaps sup-
T.;-,ke.l; Is there anything in pep
trmangan whiih would affect tin
h'-ad? I took a double dis? and it
made me quite silly for a time.
Reply ll'iaia-i; idcohol to intoxicate
a s isct -ptiide pi .'.-on. You had a miid
Acid Test of a City.
Ovtrh.'-rd in conversrtiou between
two ladies on street car 1 raveling to
ward Davenport "Do you know I've
never been in Davenport except t;
travel throii"- r c 'rain. What
ku?u ot a town is it ; ilas it
Hon until yoa try the test. Axsum ng ,
i an.l generous w it 1
that you were born on March 1. and,
that you a'e 1 years old. in bal
year were you bom?
According a Tscttr. lsue cf the
public health reports. It Is a common
occurrence to find school children.
eveti clgh school pupils In t'ae junior
YoT receive be-tte-
J loal s upr-ort."
and more :
(iisseh cd : cereals reiitied
where they defy m.istica-
1 10 tne is-i!.:
I - - 1 I'nder the ;;r'".-.- -f modern civili.a-
j LET'S CELEBRATE. lion it is dounrful whether vegetarian-
Census officers te !! us that the j lm ou!d ke p the race at its res. lit
felted States will a'tain a population . 'ta,w of '"' r.t.d and physical ethcieiiey.
ff 10.Vf-i..0.v Mtne time Lftr.-een Jan. ' There is no (;tf-tiiin. however. l a:t
and senior years woo cannot tell how- ' 27 r.d At-ril While It Is of course 1 that many in 1 iduals profit mentaliy
i 0I4 they are. or V ho. if they know cut of the question to Ex the exact . and physie ally 1 y a diet w hich is prac-! on
their age, cannot te I accurately in 1 date there is no doubt whatever that ' tically free from aj-.iinLl protein. The - t )r
I what year they were born. lit i possible to establish It approxi-1 vegetarian race of the world always tan
! Tow will need thia Information when n-ateiy. have tine tee-th. 1 l al.
i y3r apply for taarrUge llrense. or' Here is a real occasion for a national : What is a good wouth wa.b or,
, la ret'.tertn,-s for voting: or in seek-' celebration. The 5i'th anniversarv of ' dentrifice f.ir ia:'y tt
; t lie c a n
' !e hcio- t
' but buitt
Twc-i.p ti, rentury Baby: Mrs. J. L.
w'ft'Id l:ke to nn S1 good book on
of babi s. or-e- not intended
anybody's patent baby food,
on 2utli eenfnrv tde-.o of h.-.
giene ja-ij liealtiiy babief.
Reply Care rr na!iv ,,v ,)r j
' ('r""r Griflitli of the Cniversitv of
Pennsylvania. v.i!I fin ,U(. f)niPr lt i5
l-i'bii-h-d at Si-... hv v it s,,,.,.
I'any. PhilHib-phia. It is a "doc
hook" in w.ihi, a young mother
br.v.-e at win and much to her
There Is a Pan in This.
(Stark County News)
I'nder the management of Mr. nd
Mrs. Frail, the LaFayette hotel con
tinues to grow in popularity. It is
siid l y traveling men to 1 e ;he fcoj-t
hotel, with the exception of the Hole!
Best in Galea, between
Hoc k Island. I .a fa y i- i t e
a large crane our
jwn. Then we uaid
at.enlion to some large magazines.
"We had shot for some time when
'"0 drew lire. Machine suns tend
lif'es began Pa tiiqipor us i'rom shore.
A few shells, however, silencevj them.
Alter th::t tiie shore batteries coo,';
a nand. I: ring short at first and
to tiie side.
"We were hi", just once. A
tore a large hoie in oiu- Hag. tiiat
It is a good souvoirr which eve
hoist in all of ot r battles.
"After we bad tinished with Poti we
went to the Turkish town Ordu. where
we were given Hi bags of nuts and 10
she.?p as a tribute, in Cnife we wore
cheered 011 the streets and carried
bout on men's shoulders.
"I will have to write you aboui the
bombardment n" Novorossysk. After
j O n ing to. t he b
1 withisi a snn t !; ; ,.
s.''-'ti.- Atiil tV. v w .-
try wit h 11 -. Fir-. 1 w 1
; t heir .'!"." -a it ..
i to "jeers' at: 1 Ii:i;:!i;.
j ' heir 'leers. Ti.,. w
. jutnpe:! tmd ehi rie- I,
1 and !..; t de- h ;b s.
j v. !'.:; way to turn. T
I bofrd fori- atirl :'; 1
no::-..r.g bet --hot a
"Brl after a few
I things rehire-; vm
n::;mged t r.
j lii: e vea on
j Lbinkirk. (Corre par
I As., .cia d Press. 1 . Ti
1 tary auihoritie it: ';e
: bidden the sal,. r: pi
tare post : a: .1- of K o .
i .Max. mayor of Brass,
i died in (ifi nian v.
cent cf it
: ie i,
pt ; to
Peoria and .
the freeing of the slaves, the lOnth an- j If there is treumie with tht teeth or
niversary of Illinois' admission as a ' gums, the dentist or physician should
tar or een the rorap'etion )f Ihe ' prescribe a suitable preparation for
I V-, ,. 1 . .nil : a ...t m wav, 1. .. - ' u - aK in.'livtrtllsl rti,, t.-r i.npr-.l f.Ii.,11.
a Bovernmrnt position: or in
you cla'-m that yon are heir lo
a fortune that Is going t.i aome ether
person. Tou may (have t. go under
t oath aa to your ag when ou pay leiag cot.im-:nomted than llii.
, your custom d itle cpou r'-lnrn from ! Here are to be found 10i iion.enii) of
I your neit Kuropean Kr.p. o you j the mcst j regressive, peaceful and
; should pract.ee op. I pro;Mrous peop!e on earth, holding
; In some of our state there Is r.o
birth registration, so yo-i may not be
' aM .0 pror from the reoo'f? tat J living under a democratic adminigtra-1 and water is a'wt a clean a it car. j tee . s
J jou ever r turn. Tais might be;Uoo , i l made by any ai-aas thort of etre n;,- urine.
I ADD popular Tiction: "Railroads
j agree to observe ordinances, "
the balance of th-? world' power and
its chief hope for the future and ail
liner nothing Is belt -r than pia-ii
. soap. .Most ttiy standard toilet s u.p
'will do. It last's as agreeable, if lit:t
more agree atle. ti'.an most of the high-, aci i
ly advertise 1 "ar.ti-optic'' articles. A s;;';
mouth thoroughly washed with seiap cirri
H-w a biiioii Arts; j, K ,
inquir.s: In u,at way does lei'non
act on tin- system?
R f-.Iv Piitririir n-t.i., ,.a , - .
,..4- u.r leiupi i-.i ):i ;
o'r!. c'wioHr'h''' ,"nU,,,1. ,,,n,ain ! "OI.ITICS are looking tip. " Raj s a
on ... l V 3 ''CO,,nR KaM -!"i:no xchaage. We're glad
on t, . s..,ie!11. .imuiating per-1 they is.
,u :!.- o and kidney excretion. The:
aci . combines with wila en ,....at-i, ' m-v,,.-
- '--"; roru ougnt to Uo a r.ourish-
so'ii.-ich anil blood, nndllr.o li;iin ,..., .
e ...w-ift mitoir 110 IJ.11 1-
we a.ad shot from lei to ihi oil tn-v
mo fiames, we sank 14 urge steam
rs. most of them oil-tankers, finisnej.:
j som eXiin elevators and seme hu ge
I v,-.p yards, the wirele.; station an.
hf-atiiy special-j w hat. not. The oil spread the fire
? f.M'S ran l,e j everywhere, and tha: night, far out
i &l se:l' we cou'd see the sky one mass
j of flames.
SAND is the name of an auctioneer j ' V. hiie we were busv win, this the
in a neighboring county. He ought i Sultan Jawus SeI'm tried issues wl'h
not experierce any diflieulty in getting ; the fortress of Sebostorol Th. i,.
about 1.20U shots at her
any elamage. Some
YOCNG girl write
ist ii the color of t;
changed. Yes, to bia-
: Sco.'ts) in b
i cf a (.-,'. -.a.'. 1:
e v a 1
o w r
; away with his work.
with out doing
j Russian officers wg. had taken prison-
ers would not beiieve that such i.
. 3 .iiniin. tience, it re-
cdity ia the blooi and in the j
h.ng was possible
"The Russians meanwhile had bor-.i-barJo.i
Ti'-bircin and had laid mine;
to the reai annoyance of Constan-
tinopolitan ofliciaidom. The Russian i
fleet which f ind done all this and the ! 1S1
in eommon .iti, o n . , v.
Str6 ,UC-" C0lAele ctdered to proceed upon this mission.'
ptison teiwa. . ..w ha1 oljr nQOn meaJ t
J.il. C. i-druni beat Vie command; "clear for
Jan. 23 in Ame-ican '
Massticre of A merle:' n prisoner
of war by Colonel Proctor's ilrlt.s't
Indian :;t Frenchtow 11. Mi li Th''
victims Mirreialer.il the la
before. This was the tie st a: ' a
table tp. itister ih the i,oi tliet dur
int; the second war between iu
Lulled St.'ttes and Great Britain
Britisli worship ab tnih.eeil their
siege eif IVitt
ienns. and the
t roil ted trow
St 1'iiillp. New r
elltire expe'btieli n
L'tiltud Stulc-a tern-