REDEEM YOUR PAST FAILURES
Never Yet Has Man Fallen to Where
He Can Not Rise.
You may say that you havo failed
too often that there is no use in try
ing. that it is Impossible for you to
succeed, and that you have fallen too
often even to attempt to get on your
feet again. Nonsense! There is no
failure for a man whose spirit is un
conquered. No matter how late the
hour, or how many and repe .ted his
failures, success is still possible. The
evolution of Scrooge, the miser, in the
closing years of his life, from a hard,
narrow, heartless money-grubber,
whose soul was imprisoned in his shin
ing heap of hoarded gold, to a gen
erous. genial lover of his kind, is no
mere myth of Dickens's brain. Time
and again, in the history of our daily
lives, chronicled in our newspapers,
recorded in biograj* ies, or exhibited
before our eyes, we see men and wo
men redeeming past failures, rising
up out of the stupor of discourage
ment, and boldly turning face for
ward once more.~0. S. Marden in
DISH FOR A GOURMAND.
Welsh Rabbit That Brings No Night
mare in Its Trail.
A bachelor whose skill at getting
up dainty supper dishes assures him
plenty of company in the evenings Is
responsible for a substitute for the
welsh rabbit that is free from night
mare. He covers lightly toasted bread
with finely grated cheese, and instead
of slipping it in the oven ilaces it be
neath the flame of the gas broiler
until the cheese has been toasted a
If a good cream cheese is used there
Is not the slightest suggestion of sog
giness or greasiness, and even those
to whom a rabbit means a night of
troubled dreams may indulge in this
with no fear of evil consequences.
The trick lies in the granting of the
cheese. Broken Into bits it would
melt into a pasty mass. Finely divid
ed, each particle should be individual
ly toasted before it has a chance to
melt down, and in that state it is
The Knowledge That Pays.
If you glance round at the work
of tome of our big men you will be
surprised to see how many have
made their reputation by doing one
small thing, but doing it well. If a
man gets to the front in the narrow
subject the world credits him with
knowledge of all the rest. It is, how
ever, even easier to acquire a large
knowledge than an advanced special
knowledge of one narrow subject. The
specialty must not be too narrow,
either. It Is often said that the pur
suit of knowledge has a nobility of
Its own. But what knowledge? No
knowledge is worth obtaining for its
own or any other sake, unless it Is
or will probably be useful to man.—
James Swinburne, in Electrical Re
Remedies for Toothache.
Toothache, that unwelcomed guest,
la something to he dreaded. Until
a dentist cn be consulted and the ex
act cause of the disturbance located
and professionally treated, It Is an ex
cellent thing to moisten the finger and
after dipping It Into some bicarbonate
of soda, rub It on the gum around the
sore tooth. It is also a relief to mix
& teaspoonfu! cf this bicarbonate of
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
soua in nsir a glass or warm water
and rinse the mouth every
little while, holding a little in the
mouth for a few seconds so that It
penetrates all the crevices. The soda
being an alkali ser v es to neutralize
the acids in the mouth, which are
often the cause of toothache.
What Russian Authors Earned.
II Is the custom for Russian writers
of established reputation to sell their
entire copyrights to the publishers
more frequently than English authors
do. Shortly before his death, Turgen
leff disposed of the copyright of ail
his works to a publisher for £9,000.
The different sums for which the pro
ductions of some of the best known
Russian authors of the old school have
been sold are given as follows by the
Informant. Those of Gogol were dis
posed of for £6,000; Puschkin's and
Gontcharoff’s each realized about £3,-
800, while Kryioff's fables brought
about £1,400, and the entire copy
rights of many well known writers
have been sold for much smaller sums
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