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HE WOULD DO BETTER.
SEEK HOLY RELICS
MISSION OF EXPLORATION IN
Solomon's Temple and Other Things
of Interest to the Christian World
Are Sought So Far With
out Any Result
Chaplain Tommy, I was very sorry
to see you in a state of inebriety laxt
Tommy Sorry, sir. In future I
won't go out when I'm drunk.
IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA
"No tongue can tell how I suffered
for five years with itching and bleed
ing eczema, until I was cured by the
Cuticura Remedies, and I am so grate
ful I want the world to know, for
what helped me will help others. My
body and face were covered with
sores. One day it would seem to be
better, and then break out again with j
the most terrible pain and itching. I
have been sick several times, but .
never in my life did I experience such i
awful suffering as with this eczema. I
had made up my mind that death was j
near at hand, and I longed for that j
time when I would be at rest. I had i
tried many different doctors and medi-
cines without success, and my mother i
brought me the Cuticura Remedies, In- ;
sisting that I try them. I began to !
feel better after the first bath with
Cuticura Soap, and one application of
"I continued with the Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment, and have j
taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. This I
was nine years ago and I have had
no return of the trouble since. Any !
person having any doubt about this
wonderful cure by the Cuticura Reme
dies can write to my address. Mrs.
Altie Etson, 93 Inn Road, Battle Creek,
Mich., Oct 16, 1909."
His Landlord's Reply.
"This appears to be a pretty slow
town. You have no pay-asyou-enter
street cars here."
"No, but we have a pretty good line
of pay-before-you-leave boarding
"Well, my little man," inquired a !
visitor pleasantly, "who are you?"
"I'm the baby's brother!" was the
Ingenuous reply. The Truth Seeker.
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1 STOMACH I
King Solomon's temple, the ark of
the covenant, Aaron's rod and the
even-branched golden candlestick
which stood In the holy of holies
these are Just a few of the treasures
for which a party of young English
men are now excavating in Palestine
In the neighborhood of Jerusalem.
The majority of experts are of the
opinion that these treasures are not
to be found where they are now be
ing looked for, but the members of
the expedition have other Information
upon which they place reliance.
This Is a cryptogram, which Is said
to have been found in the Talmud by
a Finnish engineer and which Is
thought to give a clew to the place
where the treasures of King Solomon
are hidden. Exactly what this crypto
gram is has naturally been kept secret
by the Finnish engineer, but he has
convinced his supporters in the en
terprise of its reliability, and already
a good deal of work has been done
toward a practical demonstration of
Its accuracy or inaccuracy.
Perhaps even more interesting
than the search for King Solomon's
treasures is the composition of the
party engaged in it. At the head of
the syndicate Is Clarence Wilson,
brother-in-law of Lady Sarah Wilson,
and a very wealthy man. Then there
is Robert Vivian Duff, commonly
known as Robin, a lieutenant in the
Grenadier Guards and husband of
Lady Juliet Duff, perhaps the tallest,
as she is certainly one of the most
beautiful women in London society.
With these is associated Hon. Cyril
Ward, a brother of the earl of Dudley
and of Hon. John Ward, who married
Miss Jean Reid, daughter of the
American , ambassador to England.
Cyril Ward, like Wilson and Duff, is
a man of means, having married Bar
oness de Brienen, a great Dutch heir
ess. Other members of the syndicate
are Capt. Montague B. Parker of the
Grenadier Guards, a brother of the
earl of Morley; and two other guards
men, Hon. Mr. Walsh and Mr. Foley.
Three months ago. the necessary
permits having been obtained from
the Turkish government, the party
sailed for Palestine in a yacht spe
cially purchased for the purpose by
Mr. Wilson, and work was shortly aft
erward started in the neighborhood of
the Pool of Siloam. Sixty men were
engaged as laborers, and the excava
tions went merrily on. They are still
going on, but, perhaps less merrily,
for up to the present nothing has
been discovered to reward their la
bors. One by one the heads of the
expedition are returning to England,
and Clarence Wilson got back home
a few days ago, some of the others
having preceded him. Capt. Parker,
Mr. Walsh and Mr. Foley still remain
in Palestine, and it is supposed that
the party have not yet given up hope
of discovering the treasures they set
out to seek.
Aye! There's the Rub.
The amateur sociologist was airing
his views to an admiring and high
browed audience. A professional poli
tician, cleverly disguised as an Easl
side settlement worker, had managed
to pass the sacred portals, and was ob
scurely ensconced in a dark corner.
"Graft is the curse of the American
government!" exclaimed the amateur
sociologist. "The rich man can buy
his way to political power, not that
he wishes to serve the people, but
simply to increase his wealth."
"Hear! Hear!" cried the high
browed audience, after the manner ol
"Huh!" came a grunt from the cor
"We don't want the rich man in
politics," continued the speaker
"What this country needs in office if
the poor man."
"How are you going to keep hiir
poor?" came a strident voice from th
And the amateur sociologist wai
forced to admit that he hadn't thought
In a biography of Leech the paint
er, who at one time acted as draw
ing master to Queen Victoria, the
late Mr. W. P. Frith related an amus
ing story, illustrating her majesty'
One day, in the course of a lesson
the queen let her pencil fall to the
ground. Both master and pupi'
stooped at the same moment to picl
it up, when to the horror of Leech
there was a collision, the master
head striking that of his royal pupil
Before he could stammer out an apol
ogy. however, the queen smilingly
"Well, Mr. Leech, If we bring oui
heads together in this way I ought
to Improve rtayldly."
Value of Economy.
No matter how economical a young
man is, his endeavors to save are
wasted If he has a careless wife. He
might as well be doomed to spend his
strength and life in an attempt to
catch water in a sieve. The effort
would be scarcely less certainly vain.
Habits of economy, the way to turn
everything In the household affairs
to the oest account these are among
the things which every mother should
teach her daughters.
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Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest nor peace for the man or
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movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop or straighten. At niqht the suf
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neys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause, inside.
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S Your Kidney
HAS COME INTO HER OWN
Spinster of To-Day by No Means the
Crabbed Old Maid of the
The day of the typical crabbed old
maid is passed. Even the comic pa
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sterhood in this guise. Her place
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The old maid of to-day finds a
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dition to be ashamed of.
Look at any of the big charities,
any of the numerous boards of man
agement, and you will see the old
maid trumphant and at her best, hap
py enough in her work and her ef
forts to help humanity.
The sick man seized his wife's hand
in his feeble grasp.
"Please tell me the whole, awful
truth at once," he begged, gaspingly,
"Oh, William!" cried his wife, "it's
all right, at last. The crisis is past
and the doctor assures us that you
"Is he absolutely sure of that, my
"Well, then, darling, please do this
for me at once. Run and telephone
to my partner that I didn't mean what
I said yesterday about not foreclosing
that mortgage. He'll understand that
I must have been out of my head."
A Natural Question.
James J. Corbett, in the smoking
room of the Mauretania, praised the
"style" of Jim Jeffries.
"It's a neat style," he said; "neat,
quick, to the point It gets there like
the remark of a little girl who said
to the minister in the course of a
quite Interminable call:
" 'Did you forget to bring your amen
with you, doctor?' "
"That child gets Terythlnt; It
"And still It never get what It real
"You surprise me!"
"It needs a spanldng.,
How To Tell When The
Backache, sideache, pains when stooping or lifting, sud
den sharp twinges, rheumatic pains, neuralgia, painful,
scanty or too frequent uriuatlon, dizzy spells, dropsy,
Discolored or cloudy urine. Urine that contains sedi
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Blood or shreds in the urine. Let a bottleful of the
morning urine stand for 24 hours. If it shows a cloudy
or fleecy settling, or a layer of fine grains, like brick
dust, the kidneys are disordered.
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A STRIKING PORTRAIT.
"This is a portrait of Hix, the deaf
mute." "A very striking-' picture. He looks
as if he were just going to speak."
So you wouldn't let Bombazine Bill
sit on the jury that tried the horse
"No," answered Three Fingered
Sam. "we do things fair and square
in Crimson Gulch. Bill's a good man,
but the fact that he runs the only
undertakin' business in the county
couldn't help prejudicin' him some
agin the defendant."
What It Meant.
"Robbie," asked the school mistress,
"what does history mean when it says
that in the country's pioneer days
some of the settlers didn't have a roof
over their heads?"
"It means that in them days the
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"I am going to burn coal here
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Take from my mouth the wish of
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What 1.1. Hill, the Great Railroad Marnate
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'niied States) In another genar.
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a file lent for theme Tail
f no nf hnmaa ina l.aJ
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Bate is taking sdvantasi
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to the wheat field
Of Weatern Canada.
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uusneis of Whaat
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uywimoi ij on Silvia per ate
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The bowels show first sign
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