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Z1 Jlgga That marrlngo broker was to Set 10 por cont of the girl's estate for arranging a match with a French mar quis, but ho did hotter than that ho took it all. Wlggs How? Jlggs Married tho girl hlmBolf. FREED FROM SKIN DISEASE "Our boy was born In Toronto on Oct. 13, 1908, and when three months old a slight rash appeared on his check. What appeared to bo a wa-. ter bllBter would form. When- It broke, matter would run out, starting new blisters until his cntlro face, head and shoulders wcro a masB of scabs and you could not sco a par tlclc of clear Bkln. Other parts of his body wero affected, but not to such an extent Wo tried about every advertised remedy without avail, In deed aome of them only added to his tultqrlng and ono In particular, tho Remedy, almost put tho Infant Into convulsions. Tho family doctor prescribed for him and told us to batho tho baby In buttermilk. This did not do any good, so we took him to a hospital. Ho wan treated as an out-patient twlco a week and ho got worse, If anything. We then called In another doctor and Inside of a week tho boy was, to all appearances, cured and tho doctor Bald his work was dono. Dut the very next day It broke out us bad as over. "Wo decided that It could not bo cured and must run Its courso and so wo just kept his arms, bandaged to his side to prevent his tearing his flesh. We loft .Toronto and shortly after our arrival in Dulutb, tho Cut! cura Remedies wcro recommended. Wo started using them In May, 1909, and soon the cure was complete. You would not think he was tho samo child for Cuticura made his Bkln per fectly clear and ho Is entirely freo from tho skin disease. There has been no return this time. Wo still use only Cuticura Soap for baby's bath. Robert Mann, Proctor, Minn., May 3, 1910 ' Couldn't 8ee the Resemblance. They havo been joking Assistant Treasurer JamcB A. MathowB of tho Guardian bank, on his resemblance to President Taft, and Mr. Mathews has steadily refused to bo annoyed there by. So tho jokers subsided and tho Joke died a natural death. Until tho other night, when Mr. and Mrs. Mathews dined together with Mr. and Mrs, Frank Harmon and their little daughter, when the Taft resem blance was revived. Turning to young Miss Harmon, Mr. Mathews asked whether she, too, thought ho looked like tho president. Dorothy studied long and earnestly. Then she answered: "Not In tho faco, Uncle Jim." Cleveland Loader. Old Superstition. It was prescribed by an old super stltlon that if those who were affected with aguo would visit at dead of night the nearest crossroad five different times and then bury a new laid egg, the disease would bo burled. It the experiment failed, they attributed It to some unlucky accident that may have befallen them on1 the way. Use of Ants In Nature. Prof. J. C. Dranner, in tho Bulletin of tho Geological Society ot America, describes tho lmmenso Importance of ants as geologic agents, especially in tropical regions. Ant burrows have been found at a depth of 3.5 meters, and they ramify over vast areas. Pretty Quick. He Dut couldn't you learn to lovo mo, Anna? She I don't think 1 could, Harry. Ho (reaching for his hat) It is as I feared you are too old to learn. Harper's Bazar. It's a Great Help Hosteler's Stomach Bitters has proven a great help to those in need of a tonic, appetizer and health maker. Try a Indigestion, Costiveness, Malaria, Fever and Ague. All Druggists. Spy Says American WASHINGTON. Tho United States government has Investigated a report) to tho effect that tho Maine was plown up In Hnvana harbor by an American who had been con demned to death by tho Spanish, but won his freedom by destroying tho American warship. Tho spy who turned tho story Into tho secrot scrvlco bureau at Washington asserted that Georgo B. Uoynton, a "soldier of for tuno" who died recently, was the man who actually blew up tho Malno. Hornco Smith, biographer of Boynton, declares tho story Is falso and ho can prove Boynton was In Venezuela at tho tlmo of tho explosion. "Tho Spaniards," said tho Informer to Chief Wllklo of tho sccrot service, "wore entirely unprepared for tho visit of tho Maine, which was sent to Ha vana suddenly and without warning. Consequently there was no mlno at tached to tho buoy at which sho was moored. "Captain General Blanco and his staff did not relish having n hostile wnrship in such nn advantageous posi tion in tho event of war with thp United States, which they then re garded as at least a possibility, and it Warns Banks Against Lax Operations CONTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY MURRAY has been strolling through some of tho national banks and glancing over their stock ledg ers. As - result, the banks must do a little hotter housekeeping. In one caso tho controller spent a wholo day with ono of tho national bank examiners In a bank in a mlddlo wost city and personally balanced tho stock certificate book, and although this book bora tho initials of several examiners as evidence that at differ ent times it had passed through their hands, ho found In tho book that soma of tho certificates boro no Indorse ments; some wero Indorsod, but tho signatures wero not witnessed; sdmo wero Indorsed and witnessed, but wero not cancelod in any way, and In almost every instance the signature of tho president and cashier on tho faco of tho certificate was nolthor punched out nor crossed out with ink or any othor material in any inaunor whatsoever. As a result of tho controller's Inves tigation ho issued the following in structions to all banks: "All transfers of stock should bo executed cither by the stockholder in person or by duly authorlrod attorney. "All signatures should bo witnessed and signatures not known to tho of- Capital Prisoners i see theyvf PINCHED EW PETE" I rtEVER DID TRUST DAT CUY-.M- WITHOUT newspapers prisoners in nny institution nro almost aumanageablo. They get nervous and nro always wondering what is going on in tho outsldo world. They do not keep tholr minds on tho things they aro doing nnd make poor workmen. Olvo them nowspapers and thoy scorn to feel that thoy are In touch with the world and are partly content." This statement by Louis F. Zlnk ham, superintendent of the Washing ton asylum, to the comptroller of tho currency, Jias led to tho comptroller authorizing tho payment by tho gov ernment for newspapers for the in mates of tho asylum. In the future prisoners at tho asylum will havo tho pleasure of reading both morning and evening papers. Ever since he took charge of tho Washington asylum, Superintendent Dressmakers Tried THROUGH tho espionage on dress makers maintained by special treasury agents with the co-operation of Collector Locb and Surveyer Henry, a now schomo for defrauding the gov ernment of customs duties has been uncovered and checked, resulting In the saving to tho treasury of an amount, It Is estimated In Washing ton, between $76,000 and (100,000. Included in this sum to bo covered Into the treasury through the watch fulness of eagle eyed spoclal agonts Ib a $10,000 consignment of women's wearing apparel shipped from Paris to shopkeepers in New York, Philadel phia, Ualtlmoro and Boston which has been ordered 'eelzod. The American dressmaker would pay In Paris one-fourth or ono-thlrd cash and tako a bill which on the face of It was the bill for the entire amount paid for model gowns and trimmings. tan Blew Up the Maine was decided to blow hor up, under such conditions as might make It Appear sho had been destroyed by an acci dental explosion of hor own rangaxlncs, A largo boiler from tho navy yard was taken to tho arsenal and filled with powder. It was provided with a mech anism by which It would bo exploded by olcctriclty and then hermetically scaled. "Tho boiler was lashed In a sling under a lighter, which was towed across tho bow of tho Malno at night When tho lighter was directly in front of the battleship tho lines which held tho boiler wero cut, and It dropped Into the mud. "Tho Spnnlnrds then fixed on Boyn ton as tho person to set off tho mine. Ho had been captured shortly before whllo conducting n filibustering expe dition for tho Cubans, whom ho had nldcd durliif tho tho Ton Years war, and was then Imprisoned In Cabanas fortress. "According to tho story, ho was tried and sentenced to death, but was offorcd llfo and liberty It ho would press the button that was to destroy tho Maine, and swear never to rovcal tho secret. Ho accepted theso terms and on tho night of February 15, 1S98, when the Malho swung around until her bow was directly over tho mine, with her keel only throo or four foet above It, ho wpt taken to tho Machlna wharf, whero he threw tho switch that caused tho explosion. Then ho was set free and left Cuba." ' fleers of the bank should bo satisfac torily authenticated, "All transfers made by attorneys, administrators, executors, agents, guardians or trustees should bo ac companied by evidence dt their au thorlty to transfer, and all transfers from corporations, associations and societies must be executed by duly authorized officers only, and accom panied by evldonce of nuthorlty to mako tho trannfor. "Transfors to or from minors should bo made through their guardian and authority to act must bo sworn when ever necessary. "Surrendered certificates must bo marked 'canceled' on their face, and tho signatures of tho bank's officers thereon elthor cut or punched out, or crossed out In Ink, and it a stock cer tificate book Is used, tho canceled cer tificates should bo securely attached to the stubs; otherwlBo they should be filed and carofull proserved." May Read Papers Zlnklmin has noticed that inmates made great efforts to 'havo newspa pers smuggled into thorn. Somo of them could go without tobacco and othor things thoy wero accustomed to, but all mado constant demands for news from tho outside world. Often ha caught Inmates having outsiders bringing them papors. "It is an absolute fact that prisoners aro harder to manage when they are deprived of nowspapers than when they are given tho papors every day," sayB the superintendent. "When thoy havo tho papors they are satisfied. They can sit down nnd read tho news, and this glvos them topics to talk about. "Now that tho comptroller has au thorized tho payment of government money for tho papers, I feel satisfied that I will havo a much more con tented lot of prisoners than I had formerly. Wo always havo allowed somo of the prisoners to buy papers, but all of them did not havo the noces sary money. "It Is particularly noticeable that, al most all of tho prisoners want par ticularly to read about their own cases." to Beat Uncle Sam The French dealer would Bond this "short bill" to the American consulate for certification, and tho dressmaker upon her arrival hero would show tho consular invoice to tho appraiser on tho pier, with tho design of having It approved and hor goods assessed on only the face value of the invoice Later on the Paris merchant would mall to the American modiste a gen nine bill for the goods, In order that the customers who ordered Imported gowns and finery might pay a subatan tial profit upon the real rost of the drew goods. 8E MORE) iiSURf IOf the Resurredion By Pastor Russell Of Brooklyn Tebereacla Death Is spoken of throughout the Dlblo Mb an enemy. Merely hymn book theology presents It ab a friend, nn nngel sent of God. Death Is Intro duced to our attention In tho Dlblo na tho penalty for sin, with tho distinct understanding that had Adam not transgressed tho Dlvlno commands ho need not havo died, nor oven havo been cast out of his Eden home. St. Paul emphasizes tho tact that death tri tho penalty of sin nnd that tho res urrection of tho dead will coino to mankind as the result of the redemp tive work of Christ. Ho Fays: "Since by man comes death, by man also comes tho resurrection of tho dend. For as all In Adam dlo, oven so all In Christ shall bo mndo alive; but evory man In his own order," band or cohort (I. Corinthians 16:21-23). In tho poetic language of Scrlpturo death is symbolically represented as. a I great monster which han been swal lowing up tho human family, never satisfied. Millions on millions have already been devoured. Mankind In vain hns looked for n dellvorer for ono able to vanquish denth and to de liver tho pr'soncrB from tho great prison housa of sheol, hades, th'o grave. This monstor was granted per mission to dovour tho race by him who created us, because wo wcro unworthy of otcrnnl llfo. Death, therefore is backed by tho mandate of tho Al mighty, and he cannot overthrow his own excision. Tho Scriptures assure us that the sacrlfico that Jesus offered (himself) was a satisfaction, "ransom-price," for tho slna of tho wholo world. Thoy tell us ihnt the heavenly father mani fested his approval of tho sacrifice when ho granted tho Pentecostal blcsss Ing, nnd that Josub Is even now at the fathor'a right hand waiting (Hebrews 10:12, 13) until tho tlmo shall come when tho hcathon and tho uttermost parts of tho earth shall bo given to him, that ho may establish his reign of righteousness, blessing tho world nnd roloastng all tho prisoners of sin and death. Tho delay Is not In any senso nn In dication of weakness, nor of any change in tho dlvlno program. It merely Indicates that there la another feature of tho Almighty's purpose which wo did not for a tlmo discern. Tho work is to bo a great ono. Twen ty housand millions aro to bo dollv ercd from death's prison house. And all of them will nocd Instruction, up lifting, chastening, schooling, to pro pare them for tho dlvlno blessing ol llfo ovoHnstlng. Tho time tor Instruc tion nnd uplifting is declared to bo a thousand years. Tho power for the Instruction is tho Messianic Kingdom, the Rulers of which will, bo Messiah and His Bride Joint helrwlth him In his kingdom. During tho past nine teen centuries God, by his word and providences, has been calling and drawing n "llttlo flock" to ChrUt to bo his bride. St. Paul points us to tho groat de liverer, the glorlflod Mcslsah, at the tlmo when ho shall tako tho kingdom under tho wholo heavens and begin tho fulfillment of tho prayor he taught us, "Thy kingdom como; thy will be done on earth as In heaven," Ho tells us ho must reign until ho shall have put all enemies under his foot "tho lust enemy that shall bo destroyed li death" (I. Corlnthlnus 1G:2C). Tho meaning Is clear. Messiah's kingdom will nddress Itself promptly to tho rec tification of ovory form of unright eousness, financial, political, social, re ligious. Ho will rulo tho world wttn a rod of Iron and every nation nnd every system or element contrary to tho dlvlno standards of righteousness will bo broken to shivers vlth hli "Iron rod." Thus will righteousness be established In tho earth in the midst of "a tlmo of troublo such as never was since thcro was a nation." By tho closo of tho thousand years of Messiah's reign, his victory aver Sin and Death will bo complete. Evory member of Adam's raco will have been lifted from tho prison houoo of denth. It will be a prison house no longer, for thoro will bo no prisoners in it; mankind will havo been lifted out ot tho clutches of Sin and Death, weak ness and depravity, by the processes of restitution, resurrection, uplifting (Acts HI: 10-23). Tho victory over sin will bo complete. Then wjll bo brought to pass the Dlvlno prophecy, "O; death, whero Is thy sting? O. grave, whero Is thy victory?" (I. Corinthians xv:BG). Every member of Adam's race Is tc bo delivered to him who redeems all. A koy Is a symbol of authority and symbolizes a legal power to open tho prison hoUso and to relcdso tho pris oners. Adamlc death has boon a legal penalty upon our raco a Just penalty. But, although all shared tho condem nation and weakness, God foresaw that somo of tbo raco, if granted tho op portunlty, would gladly return to loy nlty to his laws. Ho has, tberoforo, made provision through Josub Tor every member of tho raco, great and smnll, rich and poor. World-wide re demption will bo provided nnd world wide opportunity for tho coming to a knowledge of tho Truth and for being uplifted or resurrected will be afford ed. Tbo right or power to release mankind from the power of death and from tho prison house of the tomb, theol, hades, the grave, Is represented by the key in tbo hands of Messiah. Good maxims aro germs of all good; firmly Impressed on the memory, thoy nourish tho will. Joubort. Garfield Ten will set the liver right, correct constipation, cleanse the ftvutcm, purify the blood nnd clear the complexion. Is llfo worth living? I should say that It depends on tho liver. Thomas Gold Apploton. The wtlffvfnn quality In Lewi' Single Hinders found in no other 5c cutnr. Do not expect a friend to ask of you; anticipate his need. Socrates. 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You complain of Ingratitude; wore you not repaid by your pleasure In do ing good? Levis. Koop your heart high; that Is the sum of philosophy. Victor Cousin. lira. Wlnatow'a Bpothlnir rtyrup for Children teething, MuflriiM fhe Rum, reduce JnflHinrni.. Uon, allay pa.D.piirflu wind colic, lie u bottle. Lovo Is selfishness In two persons, Doufflers, Lew!.' Rinle Hinder rIvoh the Binnter a rich, mollntv-taatinK do cigar, God pays, btu not every Saturday. Alphonso Karr. Take Garfield Tea lo regulate the liver and overcome conntipatiou. To apprehend contempt Is to have desorved It already. Pierre Lotl. Fads for Weak Nine-tenths ot all the ilcknet a of u" Ul6 .HM caie oi mo organs aiiuncuy lemmine. aucn iloknen can be cured ia oared every day by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. It acts directly on the ortfani affected and ia at tho tame time a general restora tive tonio tor the whole lyttem. It eurea leraale complaint light ia tbo privacy ol home. It makes unnocetiary tho diiatfreeablc questioning, examination and local treatment so univenally iniiited upon by doctors, and to abhorrent to every moaeu woman. We shall not particularize here at mote peculiar auectiont incident to women, but those wanting- full Information at to their symptomt and meant of potitive cure are referred to the People's Com mon Sense Medical Adviser 1003 pa fits, newly revised and up-to-date Edition, aent frt on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of raniliaj only; or, ia eloth Binning tor J I stamps. Arfdresa Dr. R. V, PUree, Hood's Sarsaparilla Eradicates scrofula and all other humors, cures all their effects, makes .the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. Get it today in must liquid form or rhocoUtcd tablet called 8arontala. CASTORIA Tor Infantt and Chlletran, The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIA fxa rrauM mrnt, mat tea nr. The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overcome by CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. Purely vegetable act surely ana gently on uie liver, lure Biliousness, Head ache, Dlzzl. ncss, and Indigestion. They do their duty. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature DAISY F1.Y KILLER Mm. N..U tUta. MauneaUl, coavin Ma. Can'tlpMw tip o,ir,Haol toil or Uilure snylhlDg. CutrinWta .! It. Ola.ll aolanur M-at w paH 10c lUHoui nntua 1(0 D g.lk AlU artdklja.a.l'. avnUKalBBH e( that paper de. Readers lued Sn iu column thoula ianft upon having what they atk lor, retuaog all ubfbtutei ol imiiauotu. klletrtUlcerlneHalTftCuratClironlaUlver, Hone HAIR BALSAM . ana MtauiMf to dut. roawiM a a laitui a imufiini zrowiu. var Tall to iimun "ray ale lo n looiniui vciyr tMtp dlMawa At hair. Ii mm k hair fal nil v aCc,and;lfl)at DregUM "&?... Thimbu's Ey Waiur KODAK FINISHING attention. All lupplleN for the Am Hall orders Ten apeclal Amateur Htrlct- 17 irean, senu ror ratnioeue una nnlatung ft AVKHUVt WfctenR.Clmnn,'Waflii HA IrH I Jfclngton.U.U. jlookafrM; Ulin I n 1 foil I eat rMcrenooi. Heat ratuUft W. N. U.. OMAHA, NO. 26-1011. Women women it duo to some derangement or die- to the symptom of Bufale, N.Y. Bears the Signature JA For .aataBl.ARTFRHl .OaSBa I 111 CM JamVaaBW IB call is Mian. Pt Mllfl. J.l'.AI.