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OR SICK STOMACH
Time Iti Pape's Diapepsin ends
all Stomach misery in five
Do some foods you eat hit back
iaste good, but work badly; ferment
:nto stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Pape's
Diapepsin digests everything. leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There,
n-ever was anyting so safely idi'-%. .so
e-crtainly effective. No ditTerencte how
badly your stomnah is disorderini You
will get happy relief in] live nIin utei.
lit what pleases yoi tuost is that it
I- t.r ejgthens and regilatt es YOUr stom
cth so you can eat your favorito. footis
feel different as soon as "Pape's
pepin" comes in Contact with the
k:mauich--dIstress just vanlishies -your11
vt oinch gets sweet, no gases. fo heleh
n o cructations o! titigst-l roodi
;v nlow, inake the hnst in t mntil
y . ever made, by piIting a largo lilty.
-Iril case of Pape's Diplesin fromn any
Ptore. You realize ii live nliuteis how
mefdless it is to suffer frot intligos.
tin. dyspepsla or bad stomach. Adv.
- tak with his Il y s on.
11dmi1t It." 11he sonnm n wb.ll!
butlo only for s iIl stake.
"Cih. as, long it'. 11 is-I 141r -o:nkolhinla
. 1 (141don' ulld." [ho a h r a l
A DELICIOUS DINNER
1rvak it i<lunrter 2imek2 gec of' Skin.
ner's Macaroni Into biling watte.r, hail
,-vn F) or twelve inimites. dirin :tn.!
-dillch. a'ike eqai l Ip1rts o il
cllth0n, hIltleI Macaroni :ind ii2
ze. ; piul In layers ill :1 s i.
db-ht lind cover withl h11t11r,4-4lrn5
Aut, 11m111 brownl. . lus ry ;h , In..
Skinners Macaroni li b sltAtr..l t
'my grod griclt'ry store. Ah.
Rats More Learned in Ohio.
S le boIs tr ly fail ny1 i Irg r; .
th of 1nt1logu 1 %qach y : 1 . 1:;1
uli versi I .t, l t'itt' t I..-H -
W ,114. . S- -ICe ry i tf Ih l at- r: ..t'
boiard. The rmeint-i, \0h ib ini*t' 11
hu:semenlt (if Ilniversity 11uil1. whero Ilh.
' 'lnowiles r
Of the-books In rucer tRi ght No-A4s.
which0 holds thel lenIves togetherq. The
-0mmn Methods usti l to rhI f
a i tt. such is pi oison w i ui - . :t1\th
li' hInce bn)01 givenl tyll ns teb
i t lie Alts prbi i thly hetitis oil f th i
nvironmeitt,iire hill wis to b2 tempt
FALI.lNG HlAIR MEANS
DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
a - Your~ Hair!t a1 25 Cent *~~i Bottle'
cf ande ine Roigh' Kt wA~to .
S:1 15 itpslulll1 itching Scalp
Thn, br aittfclre It Wl isterta .t
ru~Vr is11 toue evidnce of th 2lpjint
-t, p: ti f dntirlf .t ha 22 u Itt'll se .t~t
T 22 r 2- ntohing its o detrive A.
Is t eis i re it h arei. l its e
AXFOSuall roducind ascavri-h
A IGSTV iLAhiTIVE- lesan a ke b.l
reinLiAd- nOe the ha~tia ir ro;-.h
ad itio out cart. A itlah.rm~~ ini
~ tc nrean tme --cewoi ' surely
car ur hiair.i etr hnoln~vt.q
o ta.e doent bgttpe o dinrwtona'
Adaper!tcine rm an adtlte. Jisl tr'ter
hote frt ppinstip on or lug'tir il.l
h, outs hrnutCfmb. It ibeomn
tseo o nhmineae: lans nompancbe
oe a lte ofTI Sine. oo n abor .
Exatrm CaCuon. .C
i 0i~ sit h t e e~
Mary Roberts Rinehart
oLupyright. by MeClure Publications, I
if DNEY IS MADE THE VIC.
TIM OF FOUL REVENGE
AND LITTLE JOHNNY
DIES AT A MURDER.
K8. l44Moynel2, ai mtyster'8ious1
sttrngr, taikis a rotni itt the
1':111h114% presielect overt boy
bli 'y . her ktltler AIn:t n1guil
I.-r .\1111 llurrilt, a a h n bb
dlr--inke-r. Throu.gh thll ink
th1e1-two t. III . Max% \\'il,,on, at
bril1lianlt yotirig surgelon sinlitten
withi hor 4.h1.1-1n. 8111111Y becotius
:t hrsital nuritse. K. 11oves her.I
f'r48n2 a1 distance; so doea .1(14!
Ii'tlirnannorit. till old high"-scIol
chu.At the hlospitail SIdne~ly
that 4'" t Ie ati n .au.i:tance 41f'
hI ent r I it ItN'alt, wih hI t
\\il-oii. znitel who Is . J-4 . ilt-:h s of
it- in111 (nInt Ie w 1m111in4r. SI% -
Iey's vhin, Christ ino LiorentIIz,
nurhPlaint. r I lowNe, 11 societly
ra1.-. at1 they takie I nImIils wih
th I'a s. I v, Is 1 ut r,1 t)
hi ris h. Ilis ir it is brok.-nt in
a .iy-ili ng )ve ich lit, :11 .1 l i -
nly Ihmsenfhlm, h-s (h.nlftItP h
I *'rtally injurodI. All the
In-IhIm' are' Ina'ighoSbo E)S tIere'
i S rt sf it :.;IIlln iltee'st
dIe v s 'hw 1 ... 1 14. Is 1 1%1
n 011, i -0t- l warie living" ill
enra' it k.eepsiile secrIt.
"I bselive it is." Wilson11 SInib'd l'lt
"Andl yet. pou conititutek to W111ny1t
11ne. expoot low to yteht," sineiy .-ppli
1id"n *e If til! 1)u1"t 1I. lghtful thil
ah t I I'Inty It i.tionl IS yIlhling Inow 11
.\ts'r n'l. the stiu:ttitct seeaied
trtl r whhit 1l4(t 4 friei I
t-nolthbr a'ing tink' he'r 41u11 fo
Ito light rilm'. The swift rb011111
youith itgaitnst atho1tltrity sur1ge 11
"Very wel(.I; I'll go)."
CatrI.mIlt hatl gont1 Iy that tint
. n10 it ithI hIaIt. Inl lcrt hear1 l nd bll:
I. Iei:irii. She ki.v ve'ry well what
h c-ely' -lhm hu84Ike'l w~iith t' aIr on1 1
at'. m%.I i: leth e -.V aouliit hoert. '
'a y to: t. .. ' f the liith I' sI.le i:: 'oi
nwit d I' liimiwoul tottih S
w' s h0111 <i:i- .-!y aliet tiIIe Iin
4)41h. ;4 a- h'. iaet h0w 1o phty
n al - in[ l - wa 1 1)(11 hth r. .
alIt. lah aoubi aiShha-y outtof
inspi82tail, it wot)m s-iiplify thIiint'a. .9
'air!iii"'l shair'\\'Ily thit stit thei Sti
Iim'it' illitt'ti'- ts \\m'' vr witIi :m 'artt, i t i
: t' holt 1Iihv inil eon cecliniiit grocttl
I ':atit tta gativ' thec tivtelia'to ine
wa I Ii'- :a h<w, Wi lt I li' I l';t in it ' titt
it' attir Ita 1aIht'titotts tlf the br3
i2fter a hmot timn' thte spinaill tmor'! tal
ih'ta til tuiel tonvtls'' Iliiii inii a
aihuot atonitietc'nlly. P'eraps hertai
:or the Ihast Ilunt she htmtl dehi
Stiing .-o often in her miitiil, Its aet
Seten mthouli lght.
I 'ae:'mtta: tooktI a1 bottle fromix
I tlled ie' e lht rd, ailiii, witing la 221i
Iinhi- f'or It, tan-tedl It mver thlb 182
'ThI.'n she ex elmtti'd IIt fore of itc 1
sat lli' s1.c' 2)1 2I th eule icn ttray.
Tlhroumti.'ictt thl'ediinig room1 bi
lIe,. ll:I'tlili mci' leis'ti'cl.\ .21s thiri opp1
Itintity wi:ts, andii wenmt ont their' v
ntgain. itn th-ir htadtiainar belhl
key.~s, not1 alw'atys cif lif'e atndlc -aith I
haps.'. bult mf i'asm from2 pain.4 4f 'nli
'is it Sidnetmy's,. bunedt the light oft si
leIe.i''am' The supper lii iotitwas til u
Whecn ('arlctta' 12ame in, shie gr'ee
24o12 4 t' thec'in. Theyc' ditd not like
autl slit knew'ii it.
I lifore hier, lnstead~t of Ithi'e tidy
per' aiblm', slim wvas seeing the mediit
:Ir\ a -'h hianI left it.
"I .;-u'as I've t'ixetl hter," she aali(
li.;' i.-ry souil waiis sic(k witIh f(en1
At sainel'1tlig after'Ii two ()'clock 1
iiigh t. l'. pri 1tm downl hIs pipe and12
2 ened'. lIt'e 1( l idnot been't alel to si
atince mnIdnIght. Ini hits di*~ssing g(
he had st b y thle simalil fire, thInk
lhe 'mt,-etf wa'ts r'aplidly gIvIng wn)ht
w-ent. He~ who had mteant to cut I
tlt off fromu life found IlIuself asI
'$eme tonch with it;i hinsadde
And there was a new element. We
had thought, at lirst, that he could fight
dowIn this love for Sidney. But it was
liaerensingly hard. Tle innocent touich
of her hiani tl on his IarhI. the lionaient
whei lit had eIiva lideL' in his arm111is aifter
her niother's death, thile thousand saall
!)nitte(s of Ier retirlns to the little
ho.UsO-atll tlease set lis blood on tire.
And It was figiting blood.
Under his qIuiet exterior K. fought
inIlny ConiIliets hliose winter days-over
his desk and ledger tat the office, in his
room alone, with I harriet planning fresh
atriituphs beyonl tle partition, even by
Clristinae's tire, with Christine Just
aeross, sitting in silence and watelahing
his grave profile and steady eyes.
AC.) lim ad a little picture of Sidney-a
siaai-slot that he land taken limself,
I r haa Iir blowing about her. eyes Iook
ing it, Iendier lips smiling. When st
was nt it at iome, it sat on K.'s dressa.,
Iro'pe 'tallaist lis colha r-box. Wihen
slhe waas i the house, it lay under tlie
Two o'clock In tle morning, then.
an( K. in his dressing gowin with tile
picture propped, not agaiast the cad
I ar-hox, but againist his laurp, where lie
(.41ub1l see it.
lie sat forward in his chair, his
Ian tils folded around his knee. and
looAkadel at it. lie wias trying to icture
b iney of :t photoograph ina his
4)bl life-tryinlag to filnd a h1 tiae for lier.
thit it wa*s dillbuit. Tiaere lad leein
aew Women in his old life. Ils ano'utler
lad died many yeairs before. Tliere
ha1il heen women who had cared for
hilt. bait le put thema Imaitiently oit
of hIs taind.
Tlten tle bell rang.
Christine was moving about lilhow.
Ie couild hear her aulck steps. Alnost
btiuirte he hand heaved his long legs out
f ithe chair, she was tapping tat his
"It's Mrs. Rosenfeld. Shae says sie
wialits to see you."
lite vent down the stairs. Mtrs. I1o
st.fethl was standing In the low'er al, .
a swl about her shoulders. ler face
was whit and drawi above it.
"I've had word to g to tlit lospital."
:-hII staid. "I thoiglit ruayle you'd goi
witl mle. It seeis as if I enn't stand it
:tlone. Oh, Johnny, Johnny !"
"Whaere's l'almer?" K. dtieiaided of
" llt's not in yet."
"Are yaiu afraid to stay in the house
"Nto ; please go."
He ran upl thie stairase to his room
:ata1 iluntig onl somtae clothing. In the
ei. 11wer hal, 'Mrs. Iosenafeld's sobs hld
lle t'tetome low moians. Christine stood
ed. helplessly over her.
lgs "I am terribly sorry," she sald
Lid "tmraibly sorry ! When 1 think whose
faaut ni this is!"
ab- Mrs. lWosenafeld Put out a work-haard
Ind ened ha iatld cuaugit Christinte's '-.
r. R gt'rs.
of "Ntvt Itind that." she siid. "You
ii dli't it, it. I guess yut and I unader
Stam14 4-aCh1 other.1. Only pray God youl
tnvr* lmve a 'hild."
P-- f.nielfro te scee inl thet small
tek emenwr-ncy wnarl to whaich Jotlny liad
11h4 itiw inke.. tler the white lights his
ive hoyisht igure loid im strialgely long.
ow Th1ir was a group around the bed
ter 'ax Wiln. two or thiree iltles, tile
he14 1.,0ht 11ur'.44 oil dulty. anid thel Item].
lin] Ni i jutst insiide lhe door an, aI
iii Stratiaht ('htair was Sidneya'-suah a i .1
it' nai' as het naevert hadta seentbfoe hetrlti
'Pttr i face iilorlss, her eyas idand tutnt.
tat we un he tr hm is cl'laelhed ier' lap.
in- Whteni hei stoatl he'sidaI ahtr,sh lit' t natu
"'t tatiii ora lootk up. 'Te grouap oaouml
ala'' hied hlai ptartaed to admtit Mrs. Ito
asy ned n coe gin nySd
eha. I' a ,to'o rs. Iutsfe
all, n that co diin
0 "They Say I Gave him the Wrong
tawn Medicine." yng htImr
otn K.i~ tlched her h''iands.'a b They weasre
am- "Tealm ata it." tlketnil
of in Ther is nting toi ('tel. itt a'ton
adty n'a ser o'tck andwge tha li-'
ins. the thea ln'laht nour ni
at seven, everytlhing wis all right. The i
it'(lielne tray wais jtst -is It Should Ile. i
Johnny was asleep. I went to say
good-nalglit to hitn1 and lie-lie was
tSleep). 1 didi't give iI1 anything but
Whit Wias fin the i it'y." sI' inIshed s
itous'ly. "-I loed at the label ; I I- r
wiys look." .
By a shlfrting of the group around 11
the bed, K.'s eyes looked for a inoment !,
directly into Carlotta's. Just for i inio. J
Ilent ; then ti$he crowd closed i) agasin.
It was well f'or Carlotta that It did.
She looked its ifi' she had seen a ghost- s
closed her 4eyes., evens reeled.
"Miss Iliarrisoin iF worin out," Doctor
Wilson said Irusqejiii'ly. "Get somne
one to take lher' pIhince.."
But Carlotta rallied. After all, the
presence or this runn in this romn it.
such it fie i.':nnt nothing. He was i
ley''s friendl. nthat wass all.
lut li-r neve u:: slhaken. The thing
hall gone be'ywil lhr. She had not
"i'Mit to kii. I wvs Ihe boy's weak
ene1id cond111ililn 01.ha t s turning her. N
re-ve-n intol trnu::edy.
"I :11n nil i-.:t." site lended across
tlel' bed tl tOw Ilead. "Let me staiy,
lI4il'e. Ille'' fr'ic Moy ward. I-I aim
Wil-eon uNi's at his wits' end. le 4
h:14 de101V Ev4'erYtild1n: he IIew wilhout 11
restult. TlIe lhey. r'outsing for . ti1n ilsti1t,
woubci14l 1.lap-w ntgain into stiliojr. Wi'lhl ti
benllihy linminthe O COUld hafve tried
t5ore. Vigoirous ienstI'ts-could have
orced41 hin to his eet and walked himin
iut. cothi havie heaten him with
knteI tewe'ls dipped in ice water.
Ilit tihe, wreocket body on the bedl could
stanid n114 sith hro l et'llic treitmelint.
It u%;v' If 1plyne. I Cle aill, who saved
-1klY lefl' life. For, when
-t f4 111 icu nir'ts's h14l exhausted all
tleir resources, lie stepped forward
witli 21 cuiet word that broight the in
('lies tIo th14ir feet astonished.
Thlere ws a rii w treatiient for sucli
enscsc'-il l414l heen tried nbroad. 11.
lieik'il sit Masx.
Mhux 11:1 nvr ha'rd of it. Ile
tlri'w 'lut his h ii.
"Try ii, '' lleave's sike," he said.
"I'm ila in."
Tle 21111ratuls was not in the liouise
-nu4 he extemporized, Indeed. at
Ilast. of wills snnd ends. from the opernsit
iniv r,4141111. K. did the work, his long
tingers eleft aId skillful--while Mrs.
Itosv ehl kielt by tlie bell with her
fnie burie'd ;whleI' Siny sit, dazel
l11nd llewilell'rl'd. (1n 1'r little chair inl
Side fihe dor1; whili night nuri'ses tip
toed fifa lig (Ilie ('4o1141dor. and the i ghtI
watchimin stared Increduilouis fromII ouIt
side the door.
\\e thle' IWO greit rectarngles that
were t'e ene-rgency ward windows had
iturlined rt1 mirirs reflecting the
I'loole teo gray rec'ta niigles in the morn
ing light. .1101hnny Rosenfeld opened his
'Yes HrMI sileke the first words that
in' r'kel his retuin'l from the dark val
'(ee' this is 1h life h le sIaid, ainl
sm1ile'4, 41it1 K.'s wa1tful face.
W'he'n it % it.s c.'lar that the boy
w'oui liv'. K. "Ose stiffly from the bed
side lnild went o4er to Sidney's chair.
"Iles all right Iiow." he said-"i,
sill riglt as lie (.nnil be. 141or lad !
'You d11di it---yo ! litw st'atge that
you sll1 know sNeh ni thing. I ow
aise 1t' hsmnk you?"
T it erts. aliIng a among thein
54'lve's. h4144 wandered('( deown to the (11n
1 i rI'n fo14tir t'arly 'off'.e'. Wls~on wais
i'ing st few 1:,st Instrsuc'tions as to the
boy's enri'e. Quil e unexpectedly, .Sidl
In4y ('uhtl I .'s hsurtil and held1 it to
nights. 'f 0ianths it.deed, feil awuay be
''341v dear, P.uiy de'ar1." he said4. huskIly.
''Asiythling1 1 42:n d1o-for4 you-at any
It was saftr ii idnely had1( crep0t like a1
brloke'n thintg tee her rmueam that Carslotta
Iliarr'ison 2414d l. ('arne) face to faice.
.Johnnyrc w as~ qite ''on~selous by thalt
tlln'. 24 litih- bhw31 aruleti thle lips, but
va:linn:t ly 41he'erful.
"Moret'' thing enn' happen1 l 01 to ai fellow
llhin I 'ver'I liaww~ hce're e wa!'' he0 said4
tee his' leo'other. 11w41 'ubliitted'' rasther
sheep4'lish1ly to hser tes and441( care'sses.
"You1 we're atlwssys ai good boy, Johnt
zny," sh~e sacid. ''Just you get well
entoughi to comle horne. I'll take carie
of you the re'st oIf my life. We will get
you a wuheel-chair whetn you enni be
alhout, and I Canl taske you out in the
lpsa'k when I come f'roms work."
"'I'll lee passse.nger aind you'll be
"MrIi. Le' Moytne Is going to get your
faither' sent upl nigin. WIthl sixty4-tlive
cents a d5 y (14an0d whtat I makihe, we'll get
"Oh, l. Johniny, rf I could see you comn
Inmg In the" door gin sand yelling
Th'le usneetinsg bet wee'n Cairlotta andi'
Le' Moyne wais ve'ry quiet. She hadl
been mankIng at sort of suhbeonseious liin
iPre'ssi on the retlina of his mindl dutr
ing till the nIght. it would be dhllicuilt
to tell wh'len he' li(tully knew he'r.
Wtheni thle I'"rsert Ions for movIng
Johnnyusi bacik to4 the bIg waird had been
44o1ule, thle ot1her nutrses' left the r'ootue,
and( Carlotta 14nd( the boy were to
gethler. K. stopp4Ied her on her way
to thee dhoor.
"~I am not Doctor Edwuardes here;
'my naine is,4 LeA Moyne."
"'I hove notl(geeni you since you left
"No ; I-I rest ed for a few months."
"I suippose' they (10 not know that
you we're-thiat you have had any pre
v lous 105ospital experience."
"Ng, Arc you going to tell them?"
"I shall not tell them, of course."
,And thuss, by simple mutual consent,
it was arranged that each should re
spect the other's cdnfidence.
Carlotta staggered to her room.
litwn, wliei she Told had one rf . o e
Wift reveltionls that soinetlimes Come
.t the end of a long night. She had
een herself as she was. The boy was
'ry low, hardly breathin g. Her past
tretehed before her, a series of small
evenges and passionatte outbursts,
wift yleldings, slow renorsie. She
arite not look ahead. She ) would have
!%(iet every hope she hiad in the world,
ist theni, for Sitiney's stainless paist.
She hated herself with thit deadll
st Ioathing that comes with complete
And she carried to her room the
nowledge that tl.e night's struggle
ad been il vaitn-ihat. although John
y Itosenfeld would live, she haid
ailli nothing by ' what lie had suf
Lire(. The whole night had shown
vr the hoele sness of an11y straht 'agern
) win Wilso t fonm his new allegian'e.
he hai d surnprised hitu il Ithe haillway.
atchilig Sidney's slender tigureas she
made h i way uIstair. to her room.
ever, it all h.1s p ist ov'ltures to her,
ltd she selen it '1he 14) in his eyes.
CHAP' EA XVI.
To ll rri Ket ye..Iy. Siney's seitence
f thirty Ilays' suspoeni-ionl imlle as a1
lw. K. lro'ke the news to her tlint
v(titt1 betfore the titte for Sidiey's
'I'he little household was sharing in
larriet's prosperity. Katie had a
ehp1r nw. a little Austrian girl
ainet Mitnd. And Harriet had estab
; l -~
'Ill Seems to Me I'd Better Not C-P
is'e."l finl the street t.le itiluviat ionm of
's'r-dinnier lcoftee. It wis over the
i:*"e-IinnmUIr 'off'ee that K. made his
"What <do yoU I11a1 by saying she is
I ng hiornIe for tir y days-? I t le
'Nsa ill, althougha slie is noet gnite
vii. There''1 was a iistake about the
.14dicine, andI she was bhuned; that.'s
"'Shme'ds be't t r ('ornu5 bine andtt stayi
o u:'." M.aid I littr'1i(t allortly. "I1 hispi
I doesnlf't get in the pap)rs.5 Thius
reptakngluasiness is ai 'u nny sort
l hng ine word'E agatinst youit or'
ny of yss'ar taniily. and the cro'slv~'
IT Smuewhiere else."'
Thlerei's not ihng aga.inst Sidney," K.
etnin ided4 hi'r. "'No'hing it tho world.
sawt the StiperIS intendien t myself this
It ernoon4)1. It .~'sees it's a mnere ma)1t
er of disc'ipline'. Somieb ody made a
iista;k,. andi they ('anniuot let such1 a1
hin mg ges by. I t he hellieves, asq I do,
hat It wa'ls noet $hiey'."
I [owever liasriet had hardened her
elf against the girl's arrival, all she
11nd mueant to say tled wh'len she saiw
sidne'y's circled eyes and plathetic
"You child !" she said. "You poor
ittle girl !" And took her to her cor
For~i the timte at least, Sidney's world1
ad gonte to piece's about her'. All her
'rave vaiunt of ser'vice faded before
Whe'n C.hristine would have seen her,
lhe kept her door ilockedl and1 asked for
inst that oneiG evening alone, liut nfter
larr'iet had r' eti, Sidney ulte~~otd
ert doorig and) listen'd in the little upi
or hall.1 Harriet, her heatd In a towel,
4''r'l face ('are'i1lly 'oldh-('reamedC~, had
oine to bedl ; but K.'s light, as usuail,
ahs shinu ig over' the transomi. Sid
ey t ipt'ited to the door.
Ahnhie.t Immed~l'iiattely' hei openedi the
"Mayi3 I come~i ini and5 talk to youl?'"
lie turned't. took a1 qicik urive'y oif
lhe roomi~i, and1( helud the door widel Sid
i'y camel)( ini and) sat downvi by the fire.
"I've' been thintkling things over," she
said. "'It setus to mec I'd better not
lIe 1had4 left the door carefully open,
ien tare always mlore con venitionialI
What do you think is the real
secret about K. LeMoyne? Why
has he given up his promising
career? What does Carlotta
Harrison know about him that
Is damaging? Some interesting
developments will be recorded
in the next installment.
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One of the greatest
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Take RH EUM AO D E to remove ttecause
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A Tale of Trieste.
The liaians are lit.hiting t4 .et lack
Tit. low ome of the iilbtitants
f Iitt eliy feIel towntei their A ust rinu
Innsl ers Is shown by the, followLug
.tory: A raveier t into 1 1htirch
1114'ref :1n14 noi ced- 11m111ng :1 largo num111
mi- of vialvei offerin gt:s a silver luiluse.
This. he was iabl. was presented 1. by a
h1idly wihose 1mse ha114d bmm-egn overrun
with thes. lillt psts. After it-e girft
lo Ihe NAhnl4gill . the. Illije elitirely ils
BilliarI-ell fromli her place.
"You doni't hellevI' Iliat yarn?" re
tnurkel the skepticail Iraveler.
"O1 course nii." repied the s-nieria
inn1, "or wt. Shouh11i have m11:10 :1 Silver
~Asi an long aigo."
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Get a 25c Bottle of IBhy Ease from
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Trouhles of Babie's.-Adv.
Akin to Marriagje.
Willis-Winlut sys ltini :tse mill-1
1i1ry ilrllinis wvork on'
ine, and11 thle oterl is .isl t i observ
mtrleut both1 of thetn iluht.
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Poor Fellow Had to Walk.
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"W.ell, I lived seven balocks from a
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Thle unettunllty of tdiaiy sebuloui looks
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Meat Eaters' Backache
Meat lovers are apt to have back
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