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e bafache iaght and day.
^ti 4r6% arel andrest mpossi
b W 9ou suffer stabbing, darting
Astnoping orlifting? Most
ire deto bidden trouble in
an~w&~ d ifah tb.Jidy secretions'
are ,t too freduent of passage,
-is complete. De
May.ve the way to serious kidney
Fort~ad backs and weak kidneys
Dea's Kidney PIs-rImded
- arry' Kessling,
.0:55 3urgundy Pctuf$
La. sys: "I was
so bad with kid
'r. trouble that I
0en;ied of ever
befzW cured. The
-an through my
baX were terrible
an& mOrnings I
iWas -stif a n d
lame. I t1red eas
ily. and-had awful
-dissy spells .and
'NIdney PitIS went
to-' Ib root of the
trouble and cured
mea a moth. -
boomit AarStase,5We a Ba=
_M C06 BUFFAlO. PLY*
-Not Quite Insolvent.
Arham Lncoln Carter appeared
beforenthe bar of Justice in Staunton,
Vacharged with stealing $7.50. Evi
dence was strong against him, but the
yoeng lawyer appointed. by the judge
Stonefend -the prisoner put up a strong
peia and ~Abraham was acquitted.
Alittle later counsel and client met
odits~d the court house. "I worked
-lrdafor you this morning, Abram,"
W!dthe lawyer, "and the court pays
vry little. There Is a big wood
oatbehind my house and you had
pbeer 'rorkAon it two or three days
adpay -your part."
W "Yes, suh," - replied Abraham, "but
Geouldn't 1 pay you'in money 'stead-o'
.'Mpney- Where will you get any
I9hey, you rascal?"
Well7 boss, I reckon I still got dat
Opinion Poorly Expressed.
ftpa was enlarging on his last sum
mer'atrip abi-oad. He was saying:
h yes, Italy Is a great place."
"How. about the feas?". asked his
"Everybody there complained about
them, 'but/I did not have one bother
.Tohnny quietly looked up from his
book and said: "You're a lucky dog,
father, a very lucky dog.
Womb or ovarian trouble, painful
periods, whitish discharges, bear
ing down feeling, pains in the back,~
hips and sides, -hot fashes, ner
sousness, * ' espalpitation,
headache constipation, indigestion,
"blues" and melancholy.
These aresgomeof the morefapuifarsymp
tomsof women's isass They of mean
danger, they indicate unnatural conditions
and warn you that help is needed. .*
STEI A'-VITAE will supply that needed
help, will assist nature in restoring you to
perfect health'and-the happiness that comes
of.ai-sound body without aches or pains.
Mr.. Salli. Holton, of Bartow, Ga., says:
't suffered four years with femal, diseases
before I tried STELLA-VITAE. Had two
good doctors treat me, but would improve
for a little while only. I used- six bottles
ofSTELLA-VITAE and words cannot
axpress how thankfal I am that I tried it
STELLA-VITAE cured me."
We want you to try STAT-T-MVITAE,
and to induce you to do so we make this
positive guarantee-try one bottle, and if
-that one bottle does not benefit you we
-authorize your dealer to give your tnoney
Whtvrrisk there is woe take it; you
'After you' Aneco what STELLA-VITAE
will do for you, you may buy.six bottles for
*$5.00 and keep on: using until you are
* estored to robust health.
Thacher Medicine Co.,
gently on the TL
lie-. Cure IT.
ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty.
SMAIL PUL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
DR. S. L. SE LLECK
Discovers care for
r. s. L. Selleck, the discoverer of the latest re~
,ntative and cure forthaeribled'seas"RH -~
ATIsM.," has been a suecessful physician for the
ust thirty years and after many years or laborar
.ry and research work has been able to perfect C
tre that will be welcomed by thousands of sufer
AG ,do not hsitate towi
m at once, as it costs you nothing to learn of bh
nw discovery. and may he the means of saving
-u many'yzars of suffering. If interested in set
ag reie rite at once. DR. S. L. SE LLECK,
131 Florida Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida
Sooner or later you will be wron
body. It is awell known factthato
are causedby ailments of the digest
soon rights the wrong. It helps th
-facture nourishing blood. It has;
stomach and heart to perform tb
mianner, without any outside aid.
-'As Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I
marcotics there is no reaction. For oves
-use and abuse and is today the greatest
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HAPPINESS FOR THE AGED
Many Ways by Which Those About
Them May Bring Pleasure into
A medical authority Is of the opin- H
ion that the aged should receive from
the physician and from the -tumani
tarlan a sympathy and support that Refe
will help and cheer them. The old SO
man shoula be induced to improve his
appearance. His sense of pride should
be stimulated. Those around him
should, without too great a departure Ot
from actual truth, tell him how young ern
he looks. An effort should be made erw(
to keep his mind pleasantly.employed. now
The tonic effect of a local happeng,err
which engages the attention of the larg(
community, on the aged -ho are this
roused to a stronger Interest in cur- rena
rent affairs Is often quite salutary. 72 h
They thus have something to think of tl
about,-to talk about. They are taken built
away from the past and again are in ond
the living present. The aged woman '
rarely becomes as gloomy and de- seen
pressed as the old man. She has a tor
place In the activities of the house- st
hold which can never be a part of a obse
man's life. When through age a s
man's occupation is gone, it is diffi
cult for him to adjust himself to the
idleness that follows and to make that
leisure a source of happiness rather only
than of unavailing regret. the I
SKIN TORalRES WILL tor :
YIELD TO RESINOL toria
If you have eczema, ringworm, or ly 11
other itching, burning, unsightly skin it.
eruptions, try resinol ointment and Cc
resinol soap and see how quickly the have
itching stops and the trouble disap- shea
pears, even in the severest, stubborn- tical
est cases. Resinol ointment is also a for
wonderful household remedy for pim- prin<
ples, dandruff, sores, burns, wounds,- St. (
boils, piles, and for a score of other all t
uses where a soothing, healing appli- done
cation Is needed. will
Resinol contains nothing of a harsh dolle
or inji-ious nature and can be used is it
with perfect safety on the tenderest for
or most 'rritated surface. Every drug- bene
gist sells resinol ointment (50c and urer
$1), and resinol soap (25c). Avoid this
worthless, -harmful, imitations.-Adv. cont
HAD LETTERS ON THE ICE T1
Maid -Meant Well, but She Misunder. 30 f
stood Instruction Given hole
Her by Mistress. mou
Minnie, the new maid, admired h'er
young mistress exceedingly, and was
very willing to obey all her orders,
however incomprehensible they might
be to her.
"Minnie," said Mrs. Lane one morn
ing, "I have just ordered some let
tuce. When it. comes I' want you to
put it in the Ice-box right next to .the
ice. Can you remember?"
"Oh, yaw, meesis," replied Minnie,
with seeming understanding, "my feex
Iheem all gude."
Mrs. Lan'e was very popular so
cially and it was several days later
when - she realized that she had re
ceived naG letters from home, nor, in
deed, any other mail. She looked in
tne, letter box, but found nothing there.-.
"Minnie," said Mrs. I'ane, going to
the kitchen, "have you taken any let
ters from' the postman or out of the Po
post-box lately?" . C
"Oh, yaw, meesis," beamed Minnie. ca
rushing to the ice box. "My bring the
heemn for you. My do like you told flect<
me'the other -day, meesis."-National side
Calomel is arn injurious Drug bl
and Is being displaced- in .a great to
many sections of the South by. Dr. .terw
G. B. Williams' Liver and Kidney
Pills. These pills stimulate the Liver nied
and Bowels without that weakening in P
after effect which Calomel cass for
Sold by dealers. 25c. bottle. Sample tem
mailed free on request. The G. B.lev
Williams Co., Quitmian, Ga.-Adv.
____ ____ ____e. g.
Consistent Youngster- as a
Little James is endowed with posi- asce1
tive and determined parents, so comes twen
naturally by his own tendency to ob- omy
stinacy and persistence. Neverthe- will
less, it was a distinct shock to his ualc
mother to receive the answer given worli
her by the angelic-looking three-year- cami
old last week. retix
The said mother was endeavoring to instr
persuade her young hojpeful to perform of
ain e.ct of courtesy toward which he start
felt little inclined. She coaxed, scold- tude
ed, reproved, threatened, all to no erin
avail. At last she said, gently: teles
"And won't James do this little thing scop
to please mamma?" Cass
"No, he won't!" was the dogged an- mali
swer. "When I say 'No,' I mean It!" cus,
Will cure your Rheumatism and all placi
kinds of aches and pains-Neuralgia, the
Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cute, then
Old Sores. Burns, etc. Antiseptic mai
Anodyne. Price 25c.-Adv. fori
Time to Change. plac<
Charlie. had been born in the city disp'
and in all of his, four years had never ably
worn overalls until they went to a Inve!
country place for the summer. As he ditio
came out of the hous~e wearing them no
for the first time and gazing down at the
them dubiously a horse in a nearby.
field lifted his head and neighed. Back NO
to his mother he rushcd, exclaiming:
"Take 'em off, take 'em off! They
made a horse laugh!" Dep~
Putnam Fadeless Dyes guarantee
It may not be good for man to live rece
alone, but his wife may prefer the Mrs.
a * meni
in every organ of your Unit
er9597o of all sicknesses is h
ve organs. If you have
ach requires treatment, men
al Discovery c
stomach digest the food and manu- . somt
tonic effect and soon enables the guid
c functions in a natural, healthy elers
-scovery contains neither alcohol nor
forty years it has stood the test of both
emedy of iskind in the world. BeginA
ficine Dealers in liquid or tablet form, or with
affalo, N.Y., for atrial box- the
nSense Medica AdvISer, givel
NADA'STELESCOPE FEELS ,LIKE.
adian Government Soon to A NEW WOMAN
ave Powerful Instrument. As Lydia L Pinkham's Ve98 c'
rred to as "The Largest Tele. ae Cm o daDis ac
>pe in the World" and Will
Vost Nearly $100,000-lts Lo. 8:
cation Not Yet Determined. P very Un
taw, Cn.TheCandin gv-grateful if I failed to give Lydia F.'i
tawa, Can.-The Canadian gov- i~hmsVgt-c
Lent will soon possess a more ble Cmp V e e
rful reflecting telescope than any p ble omod ee
in existence. It has been re- s(
d to in the snewspapers as "the ot
.'st tlescop in th different tizpes b
est telescope in the world," but21
word, bt ad it always re- t
description is misleading for two lieved me when
mns; first, because its aperture, medicines
ches, is to be the same as that failed, and when I
e famous Parsonstown reflector, h a woman com
by Lord Rosse in 1842; and see- plain I always rec
because by the time the Canadi- ommendit.Lastwin
nstrument is completed it now ter I was attacked
is likely that the 100-inch reflec- with a severe case of organic weakness.
which has long been under con- I had backache, pains in my hips and
itlon for the Mount Wilson Solar over my kidneys, headache, dizzness
vatory will also be. ready for lassitude, had i6 energy, limbs ached
The Canadian .telescope will, 'and I was always tired. I was hardly
,ver, b4 a much more efficient in- able to do my housework., I had taken
nent than Lord Rosse's. Not Lydia & Pinkham's Vegetable Com
will .the mirror be much su- pound on one other occasion, and it had
r, 'but the mounting will enable hetped me so I took it again and it has
:elescope to be worked to the full built me up; until now I feel like a new
ntage. The Parsonstown reflec- woman. You have my hearty const.
jas an altazimuth, not an equa- to use MY nameand testimcnial inany
1,mutn n i prtdu-way and I hope it will benefit suffering
much difficulties that comparative-w
ttje use- has ever been made of Wayne St., Piqua, Obio.
Women who are suffering -from those
ntracts for the new telescope distressing ills peculiar to their sex
just been awarded to J. Bra- should not doubt the ability of Lydia .
r for the mirrors and other op- pikham's Vegetable Compound to re
parts, and to'Warner & SwaseY store their health.
th mounting. The disk for the i you want special advice
pal mirror will be made by the write toLydia R.Pinkham Med
sobain glass works, in Paris, but icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
he grinding .and figuring will be Xass. Yourletterwillbe Opened,
in this country. The total cost read and answered by a woman
be nearly one hundred thousand and held in strict confidence h
xs. Inasmuch as the instrument o:
tended primarily and notoriously Cheerful Outlook.
wor o noImeditepratial Lady (engaging a page boy)-mWefll tl
work of ' no immediate practical o
fit, viz., the spectrographic meas- how soon can you come?
ient of radial stellar velocities, Page (readily)-At once, mum.
sum represents a very notable Lady-But surely your present mis
ribution to pure- science on the tress won't like that.
of goernentPage (brightly)-Oh, yes, she Will, a
of a government.
ae telescope will have a parabolic mum! She'll be only too glad to get 0
or of. 72 inches, clear aperture and rid of me. h
eet focal length, with a central E
ten inches. in diameter. The ' have been troubled with Eczema on
ting is to be similar to that of the face for nearly two years, and a few
applications of Tetterine and the use of t
Tetterine Soap has entirely cured me. I
cannot say too much for its praise."
Myricks, Mass. 'Mrs. S. A. Haskins. Y1
Tetterine cures Eczema. Dandruff. Itch- t
bg Piles Ing orm and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine Sc .
Tetterine Soap 25. At druggists, or by
mall di from The Shuptrine Co.. . d
'vannah, Ga.get a
With every mal orde eere
give a boxc of Shuptrine'A 100 iver PIUiS
Gets Well Paid for It. t e
If a millionaire manufacturer w6rks b
harder than his employes, it is only S
-ao w ha t rnal fitn e fa
thins.- geoed meawen.
Infants andfcilen, and he htI
ithse'rver aeof oraiswanes
~rfl Rfletin Tlesop ofth Chaldre bCahe forn nlmycher's andri
aia Gvenen, 0 ee ove myki ,_heaachedizzness
acItuee ad enegy saidb athesd
AnnrborandMelburere-are Iewstialway toied fo was0 years.ly
rswih askleon ubaton abetom onerk. Ith b aken
pound on.oneeothernccasion, andsittha
iebeng esore b th dcoia- N. Youhav-myhaTYSIX kt
motin mehanim an byoun uhs myi a a ndescr tionieare ns
and ecliatioaxswilbecar ander Iv hoe i will s weeill brfeing
Laceof he uualplan berins menve wlot etsurn fromthose
~oltngan acoplcaeds stressin il pecuiar tohus? se
alsobe impifidinothrepcs oer anole doub theilit oe tha tht.
allfie crces il b omttd, btnkams miigeae frompoundcot- e
ill the slowemotionyrmain.righthExchang
ision. itis charateristic.f (confidential)____Lynn,
that,. althouehtthewiew telepeopd
~r tke te laerfehehda andasee byawoa E
aand heldain stricseconfidence. h
notion inwtheolnecaf sightoof
pcwe o naryal eisin tskbeon heaigteah Fraily)A cnegmm
oloidl miror ffabotenietee
maincmiror. Teseligetpasssne. P
ce ownthoug te hlein"th Chaveben troubed tack em on
mtirror an te smiar toge tat O hefae ors Oneal two neas, adafw
~d. or he fintr strsttelo rine Sincp 184s entirel cured.I
~rsl te spctrgrap wil anrb ot sayto muc for its u prise.
be plaedertthe pimeefcus.znemaO Danruf.rth-t
ns in differentiprtsoofmCanadavisy fomo
in progressStondeterasee whererine 50c;
Tetter il e octd.H I Ra 25c. A gINoyt
Amatur cie tis to Tab o macil d et from The/ Shuri ne Co. S a- by
Lik Imort. t eDrygit meail szer for Tett we
Free. dv.~ wr 1&os
~shngtn.-ho~ litlepetantG228s We t. P ai o. -ai e
ofanaperdteraelrsnotth ad epoys,. ti ol
dngeousinsctsInt ith Sallo r, igithde etra istsoft
adStte, ssedbyth dpathisngerH ges movrn play .p
ourfuts Reaend mtersceit are prvthedsaceso or r1
nul edevoin t itrdue tatimpoant Whe iothe I i
:on tothe lor an faua CoSth Oa'strIA, asafe rand alue rmer
d taes hih te nitd tats iats and yellowppr, anid fiely thtitu
Isetmtdta ul n-afhsbnd."r of
ie pests thtIafflictFfrmerseand0
hae eeipotdholarod r e r Boret Cours. stri
r, oft couse eton acciet ith AtheLmsClboneniha
brog inearlyiwbete bymsthieo i blt ascnpann
detuingstofo. thelo ghlaais, ta-thela Clirtabyrao f'
th uiousbehostilstyrof thetcriticsna
Minste Sehanimndb ri oun - naeet
burns at theotheinstrel showt htdhte a? skdClir
addevllnfatons ain wich all car- js t-hydo' ayay
peformers onbalr rollers earnstigaotm.Itelyuteei
l ateo the sal pin Relativescosiayfslee"
fre cofnterwehe rxiol eers "Jire- dvsd onr
ed the audction. Th constructionASE
ll the Fom rlotio arm notrigh teneahn et ttkstesigoo
a son. It is charcteitic5 o nsdninfn ae wl~~~e .Sl
.esbe.5.Rfueuaibservtion, noorogrm of isua
: iscnemltd Noady th
S Nickels f
wle."ur f te l S
You can't ge bigger buy for a nickel It
elicious as economical as
popular with your fam 1 it YOU.
It's as clean as it's fresh. s alwan
atways fresh becayse the new air- ust1roo
seal keeps it so. se
urify your breath,
reserve your teeth, harden
our gums, and keep your digestio
ood. with this mouth-cleansingpoie.;;'i> N
Chew it after evr
SBe SURE it's WRIGLET'S' N
14~ Profilable Side Dressin
The use of side dressing is increasing on
* .." COTTON and CORN
Itpays to doit,ifone ussthenrghtgoods.
Two applications of 200 pounds each per acri A zdub.Atepi7
are recommended by a well-known Southern investg~ator and ~s~~ w~
experimenter. He suggests a 5-5-5 formula, or a nnvene of
equal parts of Acid Phosphate; Kaiunh'and Nitrate of Soda. Ass'
-Y A -'T U ulceration of nos tliroathunItba
/ ? f ~ *caused by frmine ilsit1 e
U5 FL A .~ A U.For ten years the Ldia RPaknhe
Side dess coton whn the lants re 10Medicine Co.hasreom a~
Sid drss oton henth plntsare10inces ig an agda in their private c
when the blbom begins to open. Where cotton is ncHed to women, .which e
rusts use lalntl, making two applications of 200&d each Women who. bav
on corn, if applied early enough. It will pay you to try it, for Pelash Pays. drgst50.
Order Kainit now before the suppiy-is exhausted. We sell The Paxton TolltO~Bn
Kainsit and Potash Salts, any quantity from one 200-lb. bag up.
GERMAN KAL! WORES, Inc.
WhUney cntraakBU~lnS EupfrekBasag SvanhBank&-ut~dWm
NEEWORIZANSIA. AfEnTA,6A. . VANN*N.G.
-MOO01 SHINE CIEWING TOBACC 00~i~
Juicy and "sweeter than chicken.* That mellow flavor - . OSa
you want. If your dealer does not sell MOOS 33,st
ask him to get it for you. Manufactured by
BAILEY BROTH ERS; Inc-.e
Not in the Tast WNTNAEN
league for combating woman's Capacity Too Limited.
nancipaton just formed In Ger- This story is credited to President
any, has 30,000 members. Wilson:. t
e Roman Eye Balsam for scalding sen- party, returned home, looking deCided
ton In eyes and infammation of eyes or ly downcast.
ms ."Didn't you have a good time?" he zaan soxras. ss r
One of the most pretentious town wa asked..
anning schemes ever meditated is "N'.
be undertaken at Delhi, India. "Why? Weren't the other children Dse~~~
good to your-'
Worms expelled promptly from the human "Yessutn."Reeea
ste with Dr. Peery's Vermifuge "De Didyupa iegms
Defined. "And weren't the refreshments 1& '
A literary genius is one whom na- good?"
ie lets in on the ground floor, and "Yessum."
on the publishers force to live in "Then why didn't you enjoy your
- "They told me to eat all the-e efedae dio -
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate cream I wanted-and I couldn't." wdeoied sN -
d invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. __________e cn an ragKN
igr-co ted, tiny granules, easy to take as R O ONTPTD
Real Meaing of eisure. proved their worth for '75 years. Test them Btn~~
"eisure," says Deacon W. C. Palm. ., Nrelf or. And sapet.72P l______________
"is no time to loaf. It's a time to mr
ithose things you've been wanting Sometimes we forget the teachings et na
do." of experience.
Whenever You Need a General Toic "
The Old Standard KODAKS &SUPP2S~
forfo solsoih'edesr XB
Is Equally Valuable as a General Sh i~elg Tonic, Because It Acts on the - - " "
Liver, Bdies- 0.!Italarda, Enriches t#e BioodgmUI Builds Up the Whole system. 500 Valuab e
ou now what.you are taking when yon taktGzove's Tastes chil Tonic, addb~l~&~~
he.aml is lt& on every label shoing that it cnntnins the well-known'
AVINGS BANK FOR SCHOOL
mnnies and Nickels Accepted by
Teacher and Boy Officers of
Chicago.-More than one hundred
didren of the Wicker Park school
oudly displayed "bankbooks." They
'e dqpositors of the first public
hool savings bank in Chicago.
At the start of banking hours
15 to 9 a. m. and 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.
-a score of youngsters stood in line
order to deposit their, marble and
ndy allowance in the care of their
Thirteen-year-old Frank Koraleski,
n of the county assessor, who has
en appointed cashier, was kept busy
king the pennies, nickel' and dimes
. Her First Business Lesson.
inded to him by the boys and girls
the seventh and eighth grades of
Le school. He has an errorless rec
.d at the present time after receiv
tg more than' one thousand. pennies
id hundreds of other coins.
"How much interest do I get?"
sked Annie Globert, a twe've-year
d miss of the seventh grade, as she
anded two nickels and fourteen pen
es and told her name to Milton
ohler, the clerk.
"Same as any regular bank," was
Le answer. "When you get five dol
,rs we put It into a big bank and
)u get 15 cents more at the end of
Philip Simon, the best ;writer in
Le school, Is signature clerk. He
es not expect any forgeries, but he
ill be on the watch for them, any
Miss Clara M. Utter, teacher of the
ghth grade, is in charge of - the
ank, assisted by Principal Fred
mith.. The bank has received the
pproval of Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, su
erintendent of schools, and is ex
acted to be taken up by other schools
10RS SLAY TWO AIRMEN
rench Arrny Aviator and Aid Com
pelled to Land in Desert arnd
Are Hacked to Pieces.
tbat, Morocco.--Captain -Harve, a
rench military aviator, and a leuten
at he was carrying as a passenger
ere hacked to death by insurgent --
oors after. they had escaped unin
Lred from an aeroplane accident in
The two officers were engaged in a
econnoitering flight - near Zonmour
*hen their motor became disabled
hile they were high in the air. The
ptain piloted the machine in a glid
ig flight to earth.
Both alighted safely and were en
~avoring to repair the defective mo
ir when a band of Moors surrounded
Iem, and after torturing them - cut
em up with swords and spears. The
[oors also destroyed the aeroplane.
*UEEN TO VISIT WHITE HOUSE
leanora of Bulgaria May Be Guest
of President Wilson and Wife
- 'in May.
Washington.-Williamn Caspar, spe
al envoy of Queen Eleanora of Bul
aria was here to arrange for the
roposed visit of her majesty to the
*nited States. 1She is coming to in
estigate methods of hospital admin
tration and relief work of the poor
ad sick. Mr. Caspar planned to visit
ecretary Bryan to consult him rela
ye to t1- . attitude of the state depart
Lent toward the contemplated visit of
Le queen, how she will be receive'd and
ntertaned. He hoped to complete
rrangements so that she can sail
r this country May 10 or May 27.
luring her stay in Washington she e:
ay be a guest at the White House. m
.EOPARD ATTACKS TWO MEN,
ircus Animal Bites Trainer and As
sistant When Doing Trick in p
Cage at St. Louis. t
St. Louis.-Emil Schwyer, an ani;
ial trainer in a circus, was attacked BI
ni torn by a leopard while he was
rying to get it to walk a rolling globe
1 a stee! cage. The leopard tore the
esh from the trainer's left arm andt
hulder. Tomi Hilton, an assistant t
rainer, then tried to make the leop
rr do the trick, when the animal a
faced' en him, hearing him to the
or. Circus attaches beat off the~
sopard before Hilton was hurt ser
Start Breach of Promise Suit.
Los Angeles. Cal.-A breach of
romise suit in which $1,500,000 dam- e
ge is demanded was fied here by~ d
aud Armfield against Bryant H.t
[oward, a millionaire of San Diego,
Both Prayers Are Answered.
Denver, Colo. - Hynman Schuster
rayed for a boy; his wife for a girl.
'he stork brought triplets-two boys
nd a girl.
Enitted Socks During House Debate.
Washigton.-An elderly woman
at in the house gallery during debate
nn the Panama tLlls question and
jitted socks. She plied her 'needle
nd arn throug'uL the day, suspending
pperations only when the debate be
Celebrates 104th BIrthday.
a-ncue N. Y.-Samuel Keefer