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RELIEVED , PRICE 25 Ct. I Mailed postpaid en re ccipt of price Tou can't have beautiful complex Ion If your blood la Impure or If you puffer with Indigestion or any stomach or liver ailment Munyan'a Paw-Taw Pills regulate the bowels, correct indigestion, constipa tion, biliousness, torpid livers, jaun dice, sallow and dull complexions. They purify the blood and clear the skin of pimples, sores and moat eruptions. One pill la n, gentle laxative; two pills a thorough physic. They do not gripe, they do not weaken. Price 260. MUXTON'S BEMKDT CO., B:ird and JcfToraon Sta., Phlla., Pa. Ilrtrlhntlun. "A cms on i lie ii mu that invented hatd njMirs !" he exclaimed. Hul the curse mine heme to roost, aad roosted. With the r"su!t that hi henil is as bald now n iin eggplant. Chicago Tribune. Io your feet ever feel tired, achy nuf pure itt niirlit? Kub tliem with n littll ll.n:i!;rc Wizard Oil. They'll he glad it 1 In- iiioriiinir. and no will you. A!rrlale Dreed. "Tl:o Aeronaut who is going to try that lorn? flight will take h!s pet dog alone;." "What kind of a dog Is It?" "A skye terrier, of course." Baltl ft ore American. One Thin thnt Will Live ForeTer, PKTljrs EYE SALVE, first box aold in 1S07, over 1 1 HI year ago, sales increase yearly. All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo. N. Y. Slight Mlilake. Ilarker I mot Sinythe a week after he had faced (he parson and he de clared that he had married his ideal. Parker Well? Ilarker A year later he confessed his nistako said it was hi3 ordeal in stead of his ideal he had married. PEUBT IAT1V PAINK.II.LEH. A feeling of fei-urttr codim with Jwt. bving thli uvmoim rrmedy on hanil. It mm dapvnduble tar.f uant fallutuolic.Ularrliu-, i-rarul. Ut.ltt(.ud Wc. bo mm. Overrated. Fair fSient I want you to sue thnt woman for $."i,IXM) damages! Slie stole my husband's affect inn ! Lawyer But. muduni, your husband is well known in this community. I advise fou to sue the woman for a smaller sum any, $25. Mrs. Wlnslo v's Soothing Syrup for oiillilren teetlilnir. softens the gums, re duces Innnminnttoii. alloys pain, cures wkluU colllc. 2fc a bottle. FASHION HINTS This costume could be carried out nicely In cloih and equally as well in a silk, il something for more dressy occasions is wanted. In either rase, chiffon cloth would be a good choice for the waist, matching exactly the skirt material. I.oir of Compensation. Bobby (kicking) Arthur's doughnut Is blgger'a mine. Mother But Arthur's has a much larger hole In it that yours has. Bob by. St. Louis Fost-Dlspatch. IT WORKS. The lubnrrr Kills l-'ootl That Would Wreck nn Oltter Man. Men who are actively engaged at hard work can sometimes eat food that would wreck a man who is more close ly confined. ThU la illustrated in the follow ins story: I was fur 12 years clerk iu a store wor f h working actively and drank coffee all the time without much trouble until after I entered the telegraph service. "There I got very little exercise and drinking strong coffee, my nerves grew unsteady and my stomach got weak and I was soon a very sick man. I quit meat and tobacco and In fact I topped eating everything which I thought might affect me except cof fee, but still my condition grew worse and I was all hut a wreck. "I finally quit coffee and commenced to use Petuni a few years ago and I am speaking the truth when I say, my condition commenced to Improve Im mediately and to-day I am well and can eat anything I want without any bad effects, all due from shifting from coffee to Potitum. "I told my wile to-day I believed I could digest a brick if I had a cup of Postuni to go with It. "We make it according to direc tions, boiling it full 20 minutes ami use good rich cream and it Is cer tainly delicious." Iook In ;kgs. for a copy of the fa mous little book, ' The Koad to Weli villo." VII to A r nu Thero's a Reason." Fiver reaJ the above letter? A new one appear from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of .human interest. 173 -iU lit Vt ' I OLD AGE jVXD EMPLOYMENT. tlnn llrrli-ulf to Itemerfr. Writing in protest npalnut the gen eral reluctance to take on as new members of a working stnff men of more than middle nse, a correspondent wanted to know yei-trrday why It would not be Just :.i fair for the pub lic to refuse Its patronage to busi ness houses the heads of which are more than f0 years old, on the ground that their wares were likely to be in ferior to (how produced under the management of men in their prime, the New York Times says. The ques tion was Ingenious, but the analogy owed Its plausibility to a false as sumption or on several of them. As a matter of fact, the goods nrnfjo or sold by a long established firm are apt of course, with any exceptions to be superior to thoe guaranteed by cne o' less experience nnd reputa tion. This is the lesson of common observation. Equally well known Is it that men of advanced years, while often highly competent in such posi tions as those which they would nat urally occupy In a house which they had Ions; served, lack Ihe ready adapt ability to changing circumstances and custom which young men show, and they are likely to be quite unfitted for the subordinate places which alone can be given them by a new employer. Were the hiring of an old man a mere matter of paying him for what he can do and of discharging him when he ceased to be useful or suffi ciently useful to be profitable, he would find little or no difficulty In get ting employment. But what employers dread and avoid Is the assumption of responsibilities sure to come soon in the case of the old or elderly man. He cinnot be turned out to starve when the fast approaching end of his working days nrrives cannot, that is, without more or less disturbance of conscience and loss of respect, self and other and the prospect of paylns a pension of some sort or form to a man most, of whose services have been rendered to another employer is out of harmony with economic instincts. Of course, all responsibility Is not avoided by the rrfusnl to employ worthy men whose only fault is their age, In:t It Is then a divided, vague and unidentified responsibility, rest Ins; on the community at large, and, therefoio easy to hear much easier, at till events, than is the responsibility of him who has at once granted tho old nail's application for work. So the world is made. There is something cruelly wrong about the situation, but its remedy Is more than difficult. Btt FOB, HOSPITALS. (an lie At'.Juxleil Clve Pnllent hiuiKf of I'oxltlon. A boon to the bed-ridden and to thousands of hospital patients throughout the country is the inven tion of a Kentucky man. This is a bed which can be raised or lowered at the head to any position comfort Tl'R.N IBANK AM) Hi ll MOVKH. Rble to the patient and having a rest for the logs in addition. A pair ol standards with a crossbar, looking like a horizontal bar on rollers, holds J the upper end of the bed suspended. At one side of the standards is a wheel and gear by which the head of the bed may be raised or lowered to chance the position of the person oc cupying it. Running up from the foot of the bed is a T-shaped bar to be placed under the legs of the patient, so tiiat when the bed Is tilted at a steep angle he Is kept from sliding downward, the bar beneath his lega giving him the feeling of being in a reclining chair. Any person who has been forced lo lie abed for any length of time, unable to change bid position, will appreciate the rellal inch a bed will afford. Rwrrla Arc (ireat Hutijr Havers. The young, unsiiolled human animal has a liking for sugar just as it has for sunlight, for fresh air, for play, for paddling in the surf and plunging in the stream, or for food when it Is hungry and sleep when it Is tired; and, subject of course to reasonable limitations, as wholesome as any of the others. This Is precisely what our specialists In children's diseases, and broad-minded family physicians have been urging for decades past, anil It would he safe to say that next to ths banishment of starchy foods, gruels, and paps from the nursery and the substitution of pure, sweet milk, few things have done more to increase the vigor and happiness of modern chil dren and to cut down our disgraceful Infant mortality, than the free and Intelligent use In the nursery of sweet fruits, preserves, sugar, taffy and but terscotch. - Woods Hutchinson in Suo ?enx Magazine. II umeinn n hi In Heaten. Little Kenneth and his mother wert about to go for a drive. "Who was Cod's fa' her?" askid tha boy. "He had no father." replied tha mother. "Then," j . -misted Kerneth. thought fully, "who bitched up i !ie horse for God's mot h r?' Sucre-,; Magazine, t.olnic Out. Mr. ii. There. I've uy rlpar go out. l'o you know that It spoils a cigar, no matter how good It Is, If you allow it lo go out? Mrs. B. Yes; a cigar Is a good deaj Uka a Hi an iu that respect. Old Favorites What Was III tnit What was his name? I do paw know his name. I only know he heard Ood's olce and came; Brought all he laved across the sea. To live and work f,or God ard me; FYllt-d the ungracious oaJt With borrld toll Drugged froiii the soil The thrice-Knurled roots nd stub born rock; With plenty tilled the haggwrd moun tain side, And when his work was dure, without memorial died. No blaring trumpet sounded out his fame; He lived, he died. I do nut know his name. No form of bronze and no memorial stones Show mo the place where B his mol dering bones, Only a cheerful city stands, llullded by his hardened hands Only ten thousand home, Where every day The cheerful play Of love and hope and coi"; T comes; These nre his monuments and theau alone There In no form of brovie and no memorial stone. And I? Is there some desert or son boundless sea Where Thou, the great Owl of angels, wilt send me? Some ouk for mo to rend, S'tne so ' For me to break. Borne handful of Thy corn to take. And scatter far afield. Till it In turn shall yield Its hundredfold Of grains of gold To feed the huppy children it my Ood? Show me the desert, Katfter. or the sea. Is It Thine enterprise? Crat God, send me; And though this body lie t!ire ocean rolls, Kather, count me among til faithful souls. Edward Everett Hale. Heller Farther On. As we travel through the desert, Storms beset us on the way. But beyond the Hlver Jordan Lies a field of endless day. Chorus Farther on still go farther, Count the milestones one by one; Jesus will forsake you never; It is better farther on. Oh, my brother, are you weary Of the roughness of the way? Does your strength begin to fall you, And your vigor to docay? Jesus, Jesus will go with you; He will lend yru to the throne; He who dyed His garments for yo'i, And the wine-press trod alone. Farther on; oh, how much farther? Count the milestones one by one; Know no counting, only trusting, It is better farther on. Hark! a voice from Eden stealing, Softly In un undertone. Hark! I hear its gentle whisper: "It is better farther on." At my grave, oh, still be singing. Though you weep for one that's gone, Sing It as we once did sing It: "It Is better farther on." NEW YOEK'S HORSE CARS. Ileerlver Iteporta Ul Deficit on 28th and IMIIh Strerln Line. Joseph B. Mayer, receiver of the 2Sth and 20th Streets Crosstown Rail road Company, filed yesterday with the Public Service Commission the re port of the road for the quarter ended March 31, the New York Tribune says. The report shows a deficit for the three months of $4,27T and an operat ing ratio of 230.02 per cent. In other words, It cost two and one-half as much to operate as its earnings were. The road was divorced from the Metropolitan Street Railway Com pany's system over a year ago and placed in the hands of a separate re ceiver. It has in operation three horse cars, which are run at fifteen and thirty minutes' headway alternately. The road is 3.3 miles long, with sin gle track and turnouts. Gross earnings from operation for the quarter were $3,174 and operating expenses were $7,019. Income from other sources was $108 and rentals were $538. The balance sheet Is amus ing, as the only item carried on the assets side Is the quarter's deficit of $4,275. The receiver says that he is unable to present a "general balance sheet." He adds that no other assets exist. The figures as to the cost of the road, he says, are not available. As a sample of high traction finance the story of the road Is Interesting. It received its charter In 1886, but was sold at foreclosure in 189S. It was turned over to the Metropolitan with a capital stock of $1,500,000 and a bonded Indebtedness of a like amount. This made Its capitalization $893,388 a mile, which would seem to be close to the record for street car lines. In view of these figures the inability of the road to operate three cars without large deficit is significant. Kllber War, Mr. Wllklns had been sitting quietly on a nail keg. perusing a paper which he had found on the counter. The date of It he had not noticed. Finally he looked up with a puuzzled expres sion. "What's this wireless telegraph sig nal, this V. O. D.' they're talking so much iiiiout?" lie asked. "I guess it's V,. Q. I).,' ain't it?" suggested llolbrook, the grocer. "Any way, It's a signal of dis-tress," he added, nrmdlly. I. nek ul !-. c had de pnx.f diit dar's luck kbit's foot," said Erastus "1's In a Pinkly. "Wl.,i' ueie de "I ilc-e '-Id d In' so lnni; to a lady fob to' bits. prc-of?" mio I s been carry superstitious white Washington Star. Investigation shows that girls have worn shirtwaists upon every occasion except to be burled la. Paint IDai-abllltr. The trst thought In painting shou'.d, of course, be durability find durabil ity means simply pure paint properly applied. Pure paint Is pure white lead and linseed oil (with or without tint ing material). Some years ago the paint-buyer likely to get adulterated, or counter feit white lead If he was not familiar with brauds. To-day he may buy with perfect safety if he only maUes sure that the Dutch Boy trademark Is on the packages of white lead that he buys. This trademark was adopted about three yenra njro hy National Lead Company to distinguish the pure white lead made by them Trom the worthless adulterated and fake good.. It is a guarantee as valuable to the house-owner as the education of a paint expert could be. Jtm'a Vernrlfr- Hogs, as is well known, are remark ably Bagaclous animals, quick to de tect human peculiarities, especially when they affect their own interests, and especially their food supply. A writer In the Kansas City Star tell' e-f a discussion at a village grocery store which brought In this interesting fact. The veracity of old Jim Per kins was under discussion. Presently Uncle Bill Abbott ambled in. "What do you think nbout It. Uncle Bill?" they asked him. "Would you call Jim a liar?" "Well," answered Uncle Bi'l. slowly, as he thoughtfully studied the celling, "I don't know as I'd go as far as to call him a liar exactly, but I do know that when feeding time comes, In order to get the hogs to come, ha has to have somebody elso call 'em for him." WISHED FOR DEATH. afTrrlnaa from Klilne- Trouble Vr No Acute. Mrs. Josephine Jeffery, 24th and Washington Sts., Marlon. Ind. savs: To look back upon what I have gone through. It seems a miracle that I live and I feel that I owe It to Doan's Kidney Pills. My case devel oped gradually. First, backache, floating spots before my eyes, weakness and exhaus tion, then a terrible steady pain over the TaT" . kidneys and an extreme nervousness. Doctors finally said there was no hope for me, but I began using Doan's Kid ney riMi and gradually recovered my heal' j." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Luck at L,aat. "I'se done had de proof dat dar's luck in a rabbit's foot," said Erastus Pinkly. "What were de proof?" "I done sold de one I'a been cnrryln' so long to a superstitious white lady 'oh fo" bits." Washington Star. ('milled Again. Mrs. Denham Do you think that 1 (hall be a good looking old woman? Denham I don't know why you Ihould expect any such radical change. New York Press. Staffing Him. , , "You people are at peace with all the world," remarked the foreigner. What do you need of a standing army and a big navy?" "Principally," said the native, "to keep Capt. Hobson quiet." Chicago Tribune. HAD WEEPING ECZEMA. Paca and Neck Wrra Raw Terrll.le Itching, Inflammation and Sore no. All Treatment Failed Cntlcura a Great Surer. "Eczema began over the top of my far. It crucked and then began to spread. I had three different doctors and tried several things, but they did aie no good. At last one Bide of my face and my neck were raw. The water ran out of it so that I had to wear medi cated cotton, and it was so Inflamed nd sore that I had to put a piece ot cloth ot my pillow to keep the water rrom it. and it would staiu the cloth a (ort of yellow. The eczema itched so that it seemed as though I could tear ruy face all to pieces. Theu I began to use the Cutieura Soap and Oint ment, and it was not more than three months before It was all healed up. Miss Ann Pearsoas, Northfield, Vt., Dec. 1!), 1907." Potter Drug k Ckem. Corp., Solt "rops. of Cutlcura Remedies, Boston. A Jnal ftrbube. "I am," he said, "deformed. Pads hide it. Still, deformed I am, and I want to know why writers always make deformed persons villains? Taka Quasimodo In Victor Hugo's 'Notra Dame.' Why, Quasimodo was little belter than a wild gorilla, swinging from the great bell and hurling the priest down from Ihe high tower. Taka the hoviKemald's clubfoot father in Ibsen's 'Ghosts.' There was a nasty old man for you -a nasty, perverse. evil-minded old rooster, eh? Take Dick Crookback in the Immortal William's play. Take Nosey tho Dwarf in Banff's classic fairy tale. Take the rillalns in all fairy tales, for that latter. They are a one-eyed, lame, jnchbacked, clubfooted lot. "It makes ue deformed folks red hot, fhla literary imputation of villainy. It causes people to think we really are v'llalns. Where's the child, after a course of fairy tales, that can be per suaded a hunchback's soul doesn't match his body?" Cln 'matl En luirer. ( It takiM u whole ii'ihIui ure lo rhatif a mall's iinme, but one minister can nhautfe a woman'. IS! FACTS IN TATL0ID FORM. A Mr. nnd ,,c.iu i:i Iowa named their recently arrived daughter Lima. The i oi l of Ru aric, At ... ntln.i, his a grain elevator iflpr.ble of loading or.e thousand loin an hour. Its cost was $l,oie). 0U0. Plans are on foot for holding' an agricultural and crop exposition In Mexl.o. ThU may assume the skSvpo cf an a?rh i;lf.i: nl ccngrrKR fo be held in Swntemtcr. 1010. as a part of. the (eiebratlou or the Mexican centennial. A certain lady prides herself vpon always lcoking at the bright sli'.i of thlnts. "My iWr," moaned her hus br.nd one d;.y recently, as he tossed icstlessly en his bed. "It's the doctor I'm thlnkl-ig of. What a Mil hit will be!" "Never mind. Jo.-eph." snd the wife. "You know, there's the Insur ance nicney." liellninn. The duke irf Norfolk has n rent rtdl of $1,350,000 a year. His Ijndon tvta'e in Norfolk street, Surrey street and Arundel street, Strand, was erect ed on the site of his ancestor town louse by npcculative builder! after tho gicat fire of ififitf. The original leases rxplird In elehty yearn, but thoso liuUiCs ii.il! standing In 18S7. The cormilois nf the American Oeo fTiaphhnl i-'oiicty l:ab accepted Mrs. Colli; P. II antinsti'ti's nh'. of $2,")0, 000 rite for a new building at Broad way and lu.".d street. New YcfU City, ovei loo'iln-j the Hudwn River, Archer M. ll',;ntingfon, the president of the pot let y, has given 850,000 totvard the building I'nnd, v'.iUh will bo Increas ed by further subscriptions and the proceeds of the mIc of the old build ing, which should bo about $250,000. In Frame the consumption of to 1 acco is gieatiy on ilie increase. In ll'OS l hero were ccii-utncd 10,000,000 clears of foreign make and 577,000,000 of French manufacture. Thai total rnioimt expend-' d in smoke Va given at U'li. 010.000 francs ($25,200,000). The Anli-Toi-acro Society ot France Is having mnslderable trouble with "hacklers." who quote the ease of a Mtne. Snoy, who celebrated her 107th birthday recently, nnd maintained that t!ie Ferret of her longevity lay in her pipe, which she had smoked regularly from the time she was twelve years old. Geneva. Switzerland, which has Just been celebrating In honor of John Cnlvln. has the distinction of lend ing IM name to the great Interna tional so; lety of waiters known as the "Geneva I'lilon." The headquarter of the society are in Dresden, but branches flourish In all the big hotel cities of (lie civilized world. The aln oT (lie Geneva 1'nlon Is to organlzi all classes of waiters with a view V making their lot as happy as po slbln. It opens up to members spe clal facilities for traveling, for learn Ing languages, for ganlng a knowl edge of their duties, nnd generallj leeks after their Interests. rrofes:;or Otto Nordenskjold, ht has started on a trip to North Green land, is famous as an arctic and ant arctic explorer. He was born in Sma land, Sweden, in 186!. lie Is a nenhew of the famous Baron Nor denskjold. who made the northeast passage nround Europe and Asia In 1878-79. Professor Nordenskjold tried to reach the south pole in 1901-03 and with his crew suffered extraordi nary hardships. Subsequently he loc tured in (he Tnited States on his ad ventures. I'ntil a short time ago he occupied the ehalr of geography at iTnsnlu University, where he was edu cated. Lotteries, which Premier Clemen ceau proposed to suppress in France, bring a handsome revenue into tht coffers of many European states. Italy, which derives from this source doss on $15,000,000 a year, is not likely to follow the example set by France although ninny Italians have exposed the evils wrought by state gambling. Spain makes nearly $7,000,000 a year out of Its lotteries, and most other Knropean countries, with the excep tion of Great Britain, draw annual revenues f-oin this source. Even Ger man v does not. disdain I his form of Income. The prolits or me rru.inia.i state lotteries last year amounted to nearly $LnOn,00O. There could hardly ho a better ex atnule or the sclent lllc spirit than the recent application the methods of biometrv to those excessive minute Bnimals' the bacteria. C. 10. A. Wins- low and Anne Rogers Winslow have, according to l-rofcor F. P. Gorham, marked the beginning of a new era In bacteriological classification and no menclature by their studies In this direction. They have applied the methods used by anthropologists and students of variation and heredity lo tho definition of the species of bac teria. Tho results are. of course, tech nical in their nature, nnd in them selves only interesting to students of the subject, but they have a broad general Interest because they serve to assure the public that advance on strictly scientific, lines Is being mada In the study of those almost Infinites imal creatures that play bo Important a part in human life and everything that human life depends upon. In an article strongly supporting medical Inspection and treatment of public school children tho Lancet says that "pupils have become Uia propeity of the nation, and the nation has ac otilred a right to protect them from the carelessntfH.s or ignorance of thoir iiu rents." The Lancet adds: "The ex perience of Germany seems to lean to the Institution of "acliool clinics the most economical and convenient arrangement for securing the medical attention that Is required In towns; and It Is manifest that, smh (Unlet could he easily established In every large town, placed bo as lo be con venlently accessible from groups of schools, and officered by two or threa or more of tho neighboring general practitioners, with the aid, when nec essary, of dentists and of ophthalmlo or aural specialists, whobe visits might be made as frequently as tha needs of the locality required. But tha services of ail concerned must be j paid for." WHO MAKES BURGLARS' KITS, Paw hopa Where the Jimmy Caa lie llonght. Kvery Utile while, said a l-rtdnn detective, recently, the police arrest a rnn with a set of burglar's tooa In his possession, nnd one naturally won den where I hey nil come from. It is ey to buy a gun of any description, and the most reputable person f-ould not be alarmed to be seen purchasing tha most wicked looking knife ever made, but who would know whr to get a Jimmy or a device for drilling Into a safe or any of the many tools used by the professional burglar In the pursuit of his calling? There probnbly are places In the large cities where these things are made and sold to tho user, but such places are exceedingly scarce. It may seem a little strange to learn that rnost of the fools used In burglaries are made by mechanics who are look ed upon ns respectable men In the community. When a burglar wants any particular tool made he goes to a mechanic who can do the Job. nnd tnys him perhaps five times what It le actually worth for making the tool rxJ keeping quiet nbout it. Many de fectives can recall cases of this kind hat have come to light In Iondon. One In particular occurred some years ago, when an escaped convict named Williams went to a blacksmith tn the East End and got him to make a lot of drills to ho used In safe crack ig. Ho personally superintended the tempering of the steel, hut when the fib was nearly completed It leaked rut, nnd Williams was arrested. In f.Ms instance the blacksmith knew wothing of the use to which the tools ere to he put. Most of the tools used rr burglars nre secured In the same Tay. The only regular establishment ever discovered where they were made was i the East End. This was years ago, rfid the place was soon pounced upon. jjj-egal Information j The New York Building Code, sec tions 153-155, provides that, on the refusal of an owner of an unsafe building to make it safe or remove It, a report of the building Bhall be made to a court, which, If It finds that the building Is unsafe, shall com mand the commissioner of buildings to take it down or make it safe, and that the expense thereof shall constitute a lien on the premises. Section 157 provides that if a building collapses the city may remove the debris, to be paid for out of the fund, under sec tion 158. In the case of In re Jenkins, llo New York Supplement, 385, such provisions are construed by the New York Supreme Court, and It Is held that the city has no lieu on property for expenses Incurred In removing de bris of a collapsed building and the bodies of people hurled beneath the ruins, and is directly liable to the contractor employed to do the work. The Maine Supreme Court's refer ence In a previous decision to a search warrant as "a sharp and heavy police weapon to be used most carefully lest Jt wound the security or liberty of the citizen." is fully Justified by the con duct of the officers as related In Buck ley vs. Beaiiiieu. 71 Atlantic Reporter, 70. Under the authority of a warrant to search certain premises for Intoxi cating liquors, and armed with axes, pickaxes and crowbars, they entered the house and made a search from uttlc to cellar, and even dug Into the floor of the cellar. On finding no liquors, and strongly suspecting they were Bomewhere concealed about the house, they broke Into nnd tore out a strip from the Interior walls of the rooms below stairs entirely round each room, and dropped the debris upon the floors and carpets. All this was done In the hope of finding, not the liquors, but Home pipe or other clue leading to tho liquors. The officers then de parted, leaving the oerupanta to re move the debris, and leaving the plain tiff, the owner, to restore his house and make It again habitable. Such conduct was declared by the court to be unlawful, and such a search en tirely unreasonable and In excess of the officers authority. It was no de fense to an action for damages that they acted In good faith, In the full belief that the occupant was keeping liquors In the house In violation of the law. !nitle for (ha Policeman. An amusing adventure happened on one occasion to Dr. Clifford when he was conducting a series of services In nirmlngham. Arriving a few minutes before the commencement, the doctor was refused admission by the police man at the door. "I want to go In," said Dr. Clifford. "Are you a seat holder?" asked the official. "No, I am not?" "Then yon can't go In." "I think," remarked the famous pas slve reslster, "that there will be room for me In the pulpit." "I am not so sure of It." retorted the other. "Hut I am Dr. Clifford; and I am due to preach- In another minute and a half." "Oh, are you?" said tne Incredulous policeman. "1 have let In two Dr. Cliffords already." Woman's Life. Thla Vale of Tear. The news that science had at length discovered the means of destroying the germ of ihe last 111 which flesh wus heir o called forth rapturous re joicings throughout the world. "Henceforth perfect health will relgti universally!" people everywhere exclaimed and gave themselves up to congratulations. Hut that waa not to be. In the very next day's puper was the account of noiiH-ljudy having Invented a micro scope ho powerful aa to reveal a lot more germs, which meant, of course, that H would be no time at all until everybody was sick again. Puck. Tli" College of Hard Knocks haa a larger alumni of tmcceuHful men than any Institution we know of. When a new man engages In Dual- aij, bow polite he It! I il A lira. "It's carina." morallr-ed TTacte AM, C parka, "that they call this saw ayeUs of running the city the 'commiaaloa plan." Aa I umlerataad the plan, nobody caa manace to get a commixaioa on any thing." Chicago Tribune. Adrtalnar Simpler War Mrs. Fergnson George, you neeJa't look no tipiciotily at that cold meat All it needs is a little rarniihin. Mr. Ferguson Great Teter, Laura! I a lernl process neceaaary In order to got It off the table! Tor Women-Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Noah, K J. " I was passinf through the Change of Life ana Buffered from THE BEST REMEDY headaches, nervous prostration, and Lemorrhages. "Lydla E. PlEfc. barn's Vp fret able Compound madome well anu stronpr, so that 1 can do all mr housework, and at tend to the store and post-otllco, and Iiccl mucbyoungor than I really am. "Lydia E. Plnk- Laia's Vegetable Compound is the most "uccessful remedy for all kinds of female troubles, and I feel that I caa never praise itenouRh," Mrs.Lizzlb Holland, Noah, Ky. 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