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To Mothers of Daurbters, I will explain a simple home treatment which speedily ind effec .lly cures Leucorrhoea. Green Sickness and Painful or Irreaular Menstruation in Young' ladie. Ifiumpness and health always results from its use. Wherever you live. I caa refer yoa to ladies of your own locality who know and! w31 arladly tell my sufferer that this Home Treatment really cures all women's diseases, and makes women well, tronr. plump and robust. Jast send me your address, and the free ten day's treatment is yours, also the book. Write today, as yoa may not sea this offer acain. Address MRS. M. SUMMERS, Dox H. - - - Notre Dame, Ind., U. S. A. THE Bu A. CONAN DOYLE. Author of "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" COPYRIGHT. 1503. BY HARPER BHOT'IHES 2v SFcfcaor tzxv a as - - GREAT nn KiBiiiir CHICAGO SUB? DP AY U1KM MJME Y (i Si M i 1 4, i I I u t i S 1 Two Days Before Christmas. Sunday, Dec. 23d. With this number will be furnished a valuable ART SUPPLEMENT in original colors entitled "WAITING FOR SANTA CLAUS " reproduced from a famous $10,000 oil painting. Size 11x17 inches, suitable for framing. This beautiful pic ture will appeal to all the little folks and to all grown ups who love-children. Other Features: Special Christmas fiction section con taining 12 short stories by famous au thors, artistically illustrated in colors. A special seqtion, also illustrated in colors, containing features of Chicago life. Mighty interesting. Christmas stories for Workers in the Worker's .Magazine. Christmas with the Actors in the great dramatic section, and many other fascinating features. 'On, fear not for that," said the IIusnenDt. "Tlie ordfr of the Trince of Coude will t t a3 a slileM and a buc kler to us for many a day. I will or der Pierre to saddle tlie horses." After ridias- some time De Catinat said, "Now, if you will look there In the gap of the trees, you will see the king's new palace of Versailles." The two jouug men pulled up their horses and looked dawn at the wide spreading building in all the beauty of its dazzling whiteness and at the lovely grounds, dotted with fountain fend with statue and barred with hedge and with walk stretching away to the dense woods which clustered round them. They passed through the gateway of the palace, and the broad sweeping drive lay in front of them, dotted with carriages and horsemen. On the gravel walks were many gayly dressed ladies, who strolled among the flower beds or watched the fountains with the sun light glinting upon their high water sprays. One of these, who had kept her eyes turned upon the gate, came hastening forward the instant that De Catinat appeared. It was Mile. Nanon, the confidante of Mme. de Maintenou. am so pleased to see you, cap tain." she cried, "and I have waited so patiently. Madame would speak with you. The king comes to her at 3, and we have but twenty minutes. I beard TWO BOARDS OF TRADE ARE LIKELY Floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange Becomes a Great Debating Hall. r m . t w l jt a m . D J am to pleased tu tec vil, captain." that you had gone to Paris, and so 1 stationed myself here. Madame has something which she would ask you." "Then I will come at once. Ah, De Brissac, it is well met!" A tall, burly officer was passing in the saiuc uniform which De Catinat wore. lie turned at once and came smiling toward h'.x couirade. "Ah. Amory, you have covered a league or two from tbe dust oa your coat!" "We are fresh from Paris. But I am called on business. This Is my friend, M. Amos Grcca. I leave hiui in your hands, for he is a stranger from America and would fain se? all that you can show. He stays with me at my quarters. And my ho:v?. too, De Brissac. You can give it to the groom.". Throwing the bridle to his brother officer aud pressing tha band of Amos Green, De Catinat sprang 'from his horse and followed at the top of his speed in the direction which the" young lady had already takon. ' S- 1 u ;"e' The Most Expensive, Most In teresting, and Altogether the Greatest Sunday Paper Ever Published In Chicago. JX JX JX JX 7 7: 7 It will probably be impossible to sup- 71 r1 v thp pnnrmmu Anm cxnA for tViic tion. ORDER IN ADVANCE. Obiturary. r OUi , n: ,ei Francis Wesley, son of Seth and Marah Strate was born July 16. IS 18 jjiear Spartansburg, Randolph County, W'nd., and departed this life Dec 17th, sv 906 at his homo in Richmond, Ind, r.ced 60 years, 3 months and 1 day. .vie ie?cs niuuw, aim liircp vuiiri- Ilen, Vxo sons and one daughter, aif ames C. Harrison M. and Mary R. JTurner, and ona brother and one sls- nor. He was united In marriage to "Anna Hollingsworth, Nov. 1?, 1S71. : la was converted in earlv life and in the Lord and was ready to go at any time. Father, Thou art laid to rest. In the land among the best, His sufferings are all o'er. On earth we will see him no raore, But in Heaven we hope to meet Lira When the days of life are o'er. The funeral services was conduct ?d by Rev. J. H. Cross, of Losantvllle, and Rev. O. Frazer, of this city. In terment in Goshen cemetery. r t 'iecanic a mialstar of the gospel. Ills J l -jst words were that ho was tntrtins f After a heavy meal, take a couple of Doan's Regulets, and give your stomach, liver and bowels the help they will need. Regulets bring easy, regular passages of the bowels. CHAPTER VI. THE rooms which were inhabited by the lady who had already CaV'itn so marked a position at the court of France were as humble as were her fortunes at the time when they were allotted to her, but with that rare tact and self re straint which were the leading fea tures in her remarkable character she had made no change in her living with the increase of her prosperity and forbore from provoking envy and jeal ousy by any display of wealth or of power. In a side wing of the palace, far from the central salons and only to be reached by long corridors and stairs, were tlie two or three small chambers upon which the eyes, first of the court, then of France and finally of the world, were destined to be turned. In such rooms had the desti tute widow of the poet Scarron been housed when she had first been brought to court by Mme. de Montespan as the governess of the royal children, and in such rooms she still dwelt now that the had added to her maiden Francoise d'Aubigny the title of Mar quise de Maintenon. with the pension and estate which the king's favor had awarded her. The youns guardsman had scarce ever exchanged a word with this pow erful lady, for It was her taste to Iso late herself and to appear with the court only at the hours of devotion. It was therefore TOith some feelings both 9f nervousness and of curiosity that he followed his guide down the gorgeous corridors, where art and wealth had been strewn with -so lavish a hand. The lady paused in front of the cham ber door and turned to her companion. "Madame wishes to speak to you of what occurred this morning," said she. "I shonld advise you to say nothing to Ten yeirs hente, declares Pro madame about your creed, for it is theFlinders Petrie, there will be little only th'!r- imori which her heart caT Palladium Warn Ads Pay. i PErlfiVnWA'raLii Ttiri-.TFilt enu. era nprdM as bcsc. wen. llaUfbia. Sold - Dtanj"! TVmZm- De enrd." HQe faied her fing?r to em phasize 1h wrrr.iug. and. tappTnir at th? uoor. sl;e pushed it open. I have brought Captain de Catinat, madame, said she. , Thun let the captain step in." The voice was firm and yet sweetly mu sical. Obeying the command. De Catinat found himself in a room which was no l-irer and but little better furnish ed than that which was allotted to his own use. Yet, though simple, every thing la the chamber was scrupulously neat and clean, betraying the dainty taste of a refined woman. The stamp ed leather furniture, the La Savon niere carpet, tbe pictures of sacred sub jects, exquisite from an artist's point of view, the plain but tasteful curtains, all left an Impression half religious and half feminine, but wholly soothing. Indeed, the soft light, the high white statue of the Virgin in a canopied niche, with a perfumed red lamp burning be fore it, and the wooden prie-dieu with the red edged prayer book upon the top of it made the apartment look more like a private chapel than a fair lady's boudoir. On each side of the empty fireplace was a little green covered armchair, tbe one for madame and the other re served for the use of the king. A small three legged stool between them was heaped with her workbasket and her tapestry. On the chair which was- far-' thest from the door, with her back turned to the light, madame was sit ting as 'the young officer entered. De Catinat. without having time to notice details, was simply conscious that he was in the presence of a very hand some woman and that her large, pen sive eyes were fixed critically upon him and seemed to be reading his thoughts as they had never been read before. "I think that I Lave already seen you. sir. Have I not?" "Yes, madame. I have once or twice had the honor of attending upon you, though it may not have been my good fortune to address you." , "My life is so quiet and retired that I fear that much of what is best and worthiest at the court is unknown to me. You have served, monsieur?" "Yes, madame. In the Lowlands, on the Rhine and in Canada." "In Canada! Ah! What nobler am bition could woman have than to be a member of that sweet sisterhood which was founded by the holy Marie de l'lncarnation and the sainted Jeanne Ie Ber at Montreal? Aud doubtless you have had the privilege also of seeing the holy Bishop Laval?" i "Yes, madame, I have seen Bishop ! Laval." "And I trust that the Sulpicians still hold their own against the Jesuits?" "I have heard, madame, that the Jesuits are the stronger at Quebec and the others at Montreal." "And who Is your own director, mon sieur?" De Catinat felt that the worst had come upon him. "I have none, madame." "Ah, it Is too common to dispense with a director, an.l yet I know not how I could guide my steps in tbe dif ficult path which I tread if it were not for mine. Who is your confessor, then?" "I have none. I am of the Reformed church." The lady gave a gesture of horror, and a sudden hardening showed itself in mouth and eye. "What, in the court itself." she cried, "and in the neighborhood of the king's own per son!" "You will find, madame," said De Catinat sternly, "that members of my faith have not only stood around the throne of France, but have even seat ed themselves upon it." "God has for his own all wise pur poses permitted it, and none should know it better than I, whose grandsire, Theodore d'Aubigny. did so much to place a. crown upon the head of the great Henry. But Henry's eyes were opened ere his end came, and I pray oh, from my heart I pray that yours may be also." She rose and, throwing herself down upon the prie-dieu. sunk her face in her hands for some few minutes. A tap at the door brought the lady back to this world again, and her devoted at tendant answered her summons to en ter. "The king is in the Hall of Victories, madame." said she. "He will be here in five minutes." "Very well. Stand outside and let me know when he comes. Now, sir," she continued when they were alone once more. 4:you gave a note of mine to the king this morning?" "I did, madame." "And. as I understand. Mme. de Montespan was refused admittance to the grand lever?" "She was, medame." "But she .waited for the king in the passage and wrung from him a piom ise that he would see her today?" "Yes. madame." "I would not have you tell me that which it may seem to you a breach of your duty to telL But I am fighting now against a terrible foe and for a great stake. Tell me, then, at what hour was the king to meet the mar quise in her room?" -AH. madame." - - BROKERS ARE WRANGLING RULES TO GOVERN THE BOARD CANNOT BE DETERMINED ON TO THE SATISFACTION OF ALL MEMBERS. Publishers" Tress. Cli'.cas . . .... go brard of trade is in danger ci splitting in twain as the result of dissensions, wbich for months hav? taken atten tion from tbe markets and made th- floor of the exchange a great debating school. Two votes by the genera; membership accc!Ierst'?d th."? move ment, which has tended toward a break in the ;anks of the beard for several months. I!u!ess a radien! change occurs there will be tv.-o boards of trade in a few months. One amendment voted down provid ed for the filing of claims against members who are in debt and the com pulsory transfer of their memberships. This change was Intended to do away with the class of members who. In the words of a member, '"are pos sessed only of a trading card and a lead pencil." It is asserted that bad business has added to the numbers of this class until there are several hun dred of them, all trying to live off the efforts of others to bring traffic here. The vote showed that there was lit tle hope to give creditors a chance to rol-ect out of the memberships of debtors, for 580 voted against the change, while only 123 favored it. Then another, amendment, by which the members out of town would be permitted to vote by proxy, instead of in person went the same way, the vote onHhis nronosition being 636 against and 75 for. The two votes showed that the local traders are in absolute control of the board, and certain to elect their offi cers at the election close at hand. For the first time in several months the members showed some unanimity, and ic was all against the strong private wire houses and elevator men. Wants a Receiver. (Continued Monday.) need for archaeogical work. In every direction the chances of recovering history are disappearing and they will have vanished forever by 1916. I Publishers' Press. Ean Francisco, Dec. 21. W. D. Phe- lan, a stockholder in the Paine Chem ical company of this city, made appli cation to tiie courts for a receiver for the company, alleging that the firm is Indebted to him $11,000 for money loaned and notes indorsed. It is claim ed the business is beins mismanaged, and that the stockholders will suffer total loss unless a receiver is appoint ed. The stockholders are residents of this state, New York, Ohio and Ken tucky. The petition asserts that the firm is capitalized at $100,000, with $25,000 paid in and that the debts of the concern amount to about $23,000. Go to Dead Letter Office. Washington, Dec. 21. The post- office department is receiving its an nual requests from postmasters and various philanthropic persons and as sociations to have letters addressed to "Santa Claus" and "Kris Kringle," de livered to them so that they can re spond to the needs and desires of children in the observance of Christ mas holidays. Thousands of such let ters posted, by, the little ones each year find their way into the dead let ter office. Under the ruling of the at torney general for the postoffice de partment the letters can not be given out as requested. The tantalum wire used in com merce, largely for electric lighting, Is drawn through diamond points to an extreme state of fineness. This is, perhaps, one of the most remarkable characteristics of the metal, more es- i pecially when its hardness Is consid ered. Robbing Yourself i That is just wlrat you ?re doing when you fall to get reg ular and sufficientfeleep. Your body requires this unconscious period for repirlvork; with out it your nerfe energy be comes exhausted! and you are tired, worn-out! nervous, ex citable; have headache, neu ralgia, indigestpn, poor appe tite, or other ilments caused by a lack ot nefve lorce. Make it 3rour busin 3'ou are Dr. Miles' Nei and strengthe and brings sj life-giving sl organs powei A mysterious automobile has been exciting St. Petersburg. It traverses the streets at a furious pace, scatter ing revolutionary documents. Tht police have been unable to capture it- ss to sleep. If restless, take vine ; it soothes the nerves, reet, refreshing, p, and gives the to work natur ally. TrV- it o-da3. "I had a sever ?r'l of fevor. which left me In 4 vart weak condition and very nervouak If had severe ppells of headache arX searalia. and could sleep but very imle. Every effort that n as made to recover my strength was of no avail until I began taking: Dr. Miles" Restorative Nervine. After I commenced to take the Nervine my Fleep was profound and restful, and the pains in mjr head, as well as the neuralgia pains, left me to a certain extent and I grew raduallv better." MRS. E. E. G1I.BEKTSON. S21 Berylan Ave., Belvldere. Ills. Dr. M lies' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benstTt. Iff It fails, ho will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind 'I'll TC? tt Vnt I tnrn Alivnra .v..u.vk V . -- WW - JJ w Ml UVV4S in uso for over 30 years, has bonio the signature of ' and has been made under his per onal supervision sinee its infancy. w-j-VSi S-teccUtZ Allow no ono todeccive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and .Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR I A Castcria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric, Iroi and Soothing- Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotio substance, lis a pro is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures, Diarrhoea and IVInd Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation anil Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYO Bears the Signature of - . The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tmc ocwraun commmv. r mvmttt otmsct. mow n orr. Potatoes! Potatoes! 320 bushels yet of the car to be sold at 60 cents bushel and in 10 bushel lots, 55 cents and they are fancy. Xmas Trees, already mounted a 6 foot fcf 30c, 8 ft. for 40c, 10 ft. tree for 50c, 14 and 16 ft. treenor $1.00. Candy! Candy! Cocoanut, Marsh MaTbws, . French Cream Mix, Fancy Cream Mix. Hard Cut Lux. Tourist Mix, Jelly Beans, Broken Taffy and many others at 10 cents per pound. English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, ALftonds and Filberts at 20c lb. Our line of Xmas Goods is remember Department Store IN DRY GOODS we have a. Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Kid Mij also an elegant line ol V prit fine fens equalled in the city and es. line of goods, Initial ;, Scarfs and Fancy Hose: :urnishings, Ties, Hose, and Monarch brand of $1.0tkSKTrts. Store open every night. See our Rookery ware at 50 per cent discount. Pictorial Review Patterns always on sale S. & H. Stamps. Free Delivery. , ien' HOOD'S PZODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 411-4x3 Main Street. ROLLER SMTlp! 5a j c T COLISEU Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, aft ernoon and evening MUSIC BY THE RICHMOND CITY DAflP. Admission, Gents 15c; Ladies free. Skates 10c. 9 iis Tuned ianps fw (Mil ionb Mm MOS' Sold on Easy Payments , The Starr Piano Co 931-935 Main plroet. f . . . J H2K. W.i A. 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