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aved Mary1 Pherin, C -1, row 1marow
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GRADS IS COAT
Chicago Spouse Pilots Her
Hubby on Eventful Cruise
DIDN'T WANT WARRANT
Wild Trip Proves Too Much for
Man's Resisting Powers and Ho
Chicago.-John Peterson, 9534 Went
worth avenue, is locked up at the Har
rison police station on a charge of non
support, preferred by his wife, lleimna
That Is all there is to that story. If
you want to know how John got there,
It was near the noon hour yesterday
and the bar In the Postal cafe was well
lined with board of trade and railroad
tmen. The top of the bar was comfor
tably decorated with sllver and pa
per currency, as well as bourbons,
rjekeys and other rejuvenators.
Suddenly the Van Buren street door
low open and a sturdy Swede of about
fifty years came sailing in. Ilanging
tim to his conttails was i woman of
tulantl the same age. 'T'hey were the
I'etersons. As John sailed and I lelmt
iltiroplaned through the hundred feet
rim the extreme smuth to tile extreinte
tohlII doors. they did nut iniiss any
hinug nor anybody.
Rejects Cop's Advice.
Arrived in La Salle street, .John
owi'tI l up and iMrs. I'ctierson regained
Irn feet. Sli' cnlled a pool iemniit a not
relited the tale of how John had run
tway aniti refused to sup port her.
The (llicer suggestei she get. out a
wvarraii ftor .1ohn's arrest. Mrs. I'ete
tnld she'd just take f'ete to the stIution
herself. She took a fresh grip of the
faaily coattllls and told him to
As they lroceeded .John lrubitubly in
luiged in siote of the honeyed words
that first lI'd Ii hina ii nto wedlock 30
dears ago. A all events, by the t lane
[hey reached Iinurrisan ai Clark
itreets her grip on the cattauils loos
.lohn, feeling the linexpected slack,
iprinted. Ilelaha. nthough ai helated
tart er, w:as gaite ani sprlined also.
n7st on liarrisonI street they rneedl,
Helma Marched Him to the Station.
IIol ma uin zg somue of her surll us wind
Ito mhirss the worbi at hirge coernt
lug "'Murder '"'i"Thief !" and1( "Poliee I"
I er st rategy was goodt. it. wa&s only
a soi or.~ 1oaeore Johdn had about
,, iin and boys in his wake.
lie tred tat hli r ti't ialley and1( dairt
edth brouigh the lirst open door lhe
foJund. It hapjpenedl to lie thea back
doior enrance it to a South Clark street
I lere t here wore few sltanintg at the
lair. Th'lere was no (ensh in sIght andi
miixedl drinks were atix. At the mtanty
tables liig the wall, however, were
many petrsons of leisure, with legs
stretche ( out '1 anad bigi, schiooners of
faing "sudis"' ini hand.
Inrto t his serenie and uznrufilied at
miosphelire burst Johin andtl llima. T1a.
bles weore overt urned, chairs were brok
en, the "sis"' were spilt, and1( the
Th'le pa ssagte proved too much for
J1ohni's iesi stinzg poweras anmd lhe su rren
dered ie'eklIy. Thlien Ilel ma Iritunplih
atily o mrchldli hm to thle station,
wheaire shae bldged her comiln t of non
suplport a gainlst him i.
Wh'len asked to sign t he complaint
Mrs. P eteorson confessed somte dloublt
as whatn namte she shouldi use.
"When I take him for liy imian,"'she
she saidt, "lie han Mr. Swmanson. l"A4w
fallrs enll him Mr. P'etersoni. Ay tank
maiybe It's bet1ter' I wrli te both."
Tossed Coin Before Marriage.
Sani Franrciso.--Miss Laurie MI-,I
chnielson, a Seat tie society girl, and
flaIih N4. Montgomery, ani adlvertlsinlg
ran riof SanriI' Frnese, havi e jurst start
eih on a hionieymoon trip to Coronado.
Thlss o~5~(f ta (oin pltiyed an Important
pairI in thelir marrirage. Trhe couple
Wer- undldedl~O as5 to wh'lether they
Ih~ . ed, so they tossed a coin,
lie- '+ were uip and the wedding fol
TELL OF HUMAN SACRIFICE
Significance of Pair of Thongs, in New
York Museum, Will Be Ap
parent to All.
The curator of anthropology at the
American Museum of Natural History,
Now York, values among recent acqui
sitions in the Pawneo Indian collec
tion a pair of thongs which are, so
far as known, the only existing relics
of the Pawnees' tribal rite of imak
ing a human sacrifice to the Morning
Star, god of war. Curiously enough,
the Pawnee god of war star is believed
to have been the planet Mars.
When life grow dull it devolved
upon the Pawnee priests to relieve the
tedium of the tepees by dreaming that
old Morning Star demanded a sacri
lico. Then the bloods went on the
warpath until they captured a maiden
of a hontile tribe. After duo ceremony
she was bound by thongs to a scaf
fold, her feet pointing right at old
Mlorning Star himself. Whea the
bravo bucks, who rather prided them
selves on their sharpshooting, had
stuck her so full of arrows that she
.ooked like a hedgehog, and when her
heart had been cut out the party was
Pencils Made Sterile.
School physicians have recently do
cided that school load.pencils may do
deadly work as disseminators of dis
easo germs. The lead pencils for an
eniiro room are usually in charge of
the teacher and are distributed when
they are needed for class work. Chil
lren habitually moisten the pencils in
heir noutlhs. a practice more unsani
ary than the use of the old fashioned
;lite ceaued with saliva. it is now
r',eposed to have the pencils fumi
;atel daily with formaldehyde gas,
nd a small fumigator has been do
;uled for that purpose. The fumi
mior is th, si.e of a one burner gas
!ot plate. The top will hold 50 pen
sils. They are set in place and the
uuigating gas turned on for 15 min
;uts, which renders them absolutely
Cab, Sir? Cab, Sir?
Public carriages for hire, or hack
ney coaches, were introduced into Lon
don in 1625 and rapidly grew in Popu
larity. Notwithstanding the opposition
of the king and court, who thought
they would ruin the roads, they grow
to number over 300 by 1650.
In Paris they were introduced dur
ing the minority of Louis XIV by
Nicholas Sauvage, who lived in the
Rue Se. Martin at the sign of St. 1 i
acre, from which circumstance hack
ney carriages in Paris have since boon
Ily 169. therae were over 700 of these
conveyances in London.
First Footpaths in 1762.
The student of old London, notic
ing the whitened curbs in the streets
today, is inevitably reminded that the
institution of the footway is really
of quite recent date. It was not, in
deed, until after the Westminster pay.
ing act of 1762 that footways became
at all general. lieforo that time man
and beast took the same road. Many
of the old iron posts, which are still
to be seen in Regent street and else
where, showing the crown and the
monogram of the Georges. indicate the
corners of these first footways.
f n top re ae c:td e
gr. f.' Ra, . Ff/ T~a$k. tV
After Four Years of Dircontraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Cae
Up in Despair. Huslband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter'
from this pliace, Mrs. Bettie Bul:oek
writes as follows: " sufierrd for four
years, witll womanipyroil!es, and during
this time, 0joutt only sit up fbr a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
rnent relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
produce more albundot
wvaste neres and make ever
ta saving, for here is a
itself several times over
on doing it year after yea
F'arm Ditcher ai
as great for terracing hills
Made by Owensboro Ditcher & (
TOjGACCO I". PRIEPAE 11
PR'OCESS 0C0 VERr-.0 iN Si
IS:)ME!TOBCC POR C VG
cigar tte unless you get
with; rince Albert tobac
P. A./!comes to you ith a re
goodness and sati' ction ito
a patented proces that remo
You can smol it long and
bacy! Princ Albert has alw
coibons or jremiums. Wei
~Pr nce ar afords the keern
en oy 6tt And that fiavoi
Co I s is as good as thei
rjnswers the universal de
without bite, parch or kic
Introduction to Prince Alb4
than to walk into the nea
tobacco and ask for "a suppl
out a little change, to be sut
fullest investment you ever
Winston-Saiem. N. C. Conp.ykigh t a1 b..
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up In despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking It. From the very first
dose, I could tell It was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
trout;a, don't give up In despair. Try
Carui, the womau'stonic. It has helped
more than a nl!!iou women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardul for years. lie knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom.
mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
Wlrite to: Chlautnooia Medicine Co.. Ladigs'
Ad."i.ory Dept.. (: ttanuoo-,. Tennt., for specal
l wru.llson your raise inod 64-r.'gf book. Home
I rcauiwrt for Womzen." seat In jlai.t wrappe.r. 1.
2hes will make your farm
tly. You c n reclaim the
y foot pay You can do it
machine that will pay fori
the first season and keep
id Road Grader
des, cutting ditches, clean
ing out old ditches,
leveling bumps, fill
ing gullies and grad
It's made of steel and will
last a life time. It's ad
justable for narrow or
wide cuts; is reversible
Sthrows dirt to either side.
Try it 10 days--vour
money h:c!; if you vant
It, but you won't.
- - S. Carol'na
1rader Co., Inc., Owensboro, Ky.
A. puts new joy
~to ihe sport of
(OU may live to
Lbe 110 and never
el old enough to
>te, but it's cer
ein-sure you'll not
now the joy and
>nltentment of a
iendly old jimmyv
pc or ahand rclkd
al reason for all the
ffer-s. It is ma~de by
ves bite and purch!
mard wvithout a come
ays been so'd w 2:Cut
>refer to give quvlityl
est pipe and cigare tte
-and fragrance and
t sounds. P. A. just
mand for tobacco
~rt isn't any harder
est place that sells
r of P. A." You pay
*e, but it's the cheer
R. J. Reynolds Toac... Co