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I Is the letter of I VOUR line T j _ ~"""""""""""faGk""] lailors 18 Teachers 19 Telegraphers 11 Telegraph Editors 16 Train Men 11 Typewriters 8-25 The Pencil for YOU 1 No matter what your line of work, there is a I.ead Pencil made especially for you. Dixon's Pencil Guide will direct you to that T>artirii1?r r*?ncil. It is indexed bv bocations. Look for yonr letter, turn to the page and there you arel Guide free for the asking. 1 f yonr dealer doesn't keep Dixon's Pencils, send It cents for samples, worth double the money. Dim. BB, Jmemi Diin Cncim C?., Jeikt Cm. I. J. Music Lessons Free IN YOUR OWN* HOME. A wonderful offer to ever)- lover of music, whether a beginner or an advanced player. Ninety-six lessons (or a less number if you desire) for either Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Kanjo, Cornet or Mandolin, will De given tree to mane our nome stutiy courses for these instruments known in your locality. You will get one lesson weekly, and your only expense during the time you take the lessons will be the cost of postage and the music you use, which is small. Write at once. It will mean much to you to get our free booklet. It will place you under no obligation whatever to us if you never write again. You and your friends should know of this work. Hundreds of our pupils write: "Wish I had known of your school before." " Have learned more in one term in my home with your weekly lessons than in three terms with private teachers, and at a ere at deal less expense." " Everything is so thorough and complete." "The lessons are marvels of simplicity, and my n-year-old boy has not had the least trouble to learn." < >ne minister writes: "As each succeeding lesson comrs I am more and more fully persuaded I made no mistake in becoming your pupil." We have been established seven years?have hundreds of pupils from eight years of age to seventy. Don't say you cannot learn music till you send for our free booklet and tuition offer. It will be sent bv return mail free. Address. U. S. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, liox 97II, 19 Union Square, New York City. BE A RAILROAD MAN n3B Our *'Gourae by Mail" will fit yon in a short time for either Railway Fireman or Brakeman so yoa can earn $65 to $125 a month. Hundreds of positions now open. Original and only school of its kind officered by railway officials. Write for catalog today and be^in study at once. The Wenthe Ry. Corr. School, Box640. Freeport, 111. SONG WRITERS r?. your words?35 yrs. experience. Send manuscript. Groom Music Co., 11 St em way Hall, Chicafe The Annual Romance THEY met beside the tossing waves, This summer lad and miss. The first eve, 'neath the glistening moon, H tn 3* 2 x sat somewhat like " The second evening Cupid came, And life was filled with bliss; Fair Luna smiled as she looked down C2 w ? ? ' * Sf ci ? OT a c 2! < Y1 October came around, and so This summer lad and miss Broke all the tender vows they made, iu* f _e I" ? e _ And "5 <" this. ?Perrine Lambert. First Prayer in Congress THE first prayer in Congress was made in 1777 by the Rev. Jacob Duch6, rector of Christ Church and a man of considerable learning. He afterward turned traitor to the cause of Independence. Dryden's Ruse the story is told that Drvden, after finish A ing his translation of Vergil, sent it to Jacob Tonson for publication for a sum specified upon the manuscript. Tonson was desirous of obtaining the book, but determined to take advantage of Dryden's need of money. He therefore informed the poet that he could not pay the sum Dry den asked. In reply Dryden sent the following lines in description of the publisher: " With leering look, bull faced and freckled fair, With two left legs, with Judas colored hair, And frowzvTiorps that taint the ambient air." When this was delivered to Tonson, he asked if Dryden had said anything more. "Yes," replied the bearer, "he said to tell the dog that he who wrote these lines could write more like them." Tonson sent the money at once. Sayings of Sidney Smith /"\N examining some new flowers in the garden, V-/ a beautiful girl who was of the party exclaimed, "Oh. Mr. Sydney! this pea will never come to perfection."?"Permit me, then," said he, gently taking her hand and walking toward the plant, "to lead perfection to the pea." A oartv havinc been made to po and see the boa constrictor soon after its first arrival at the Zoological Gardens, Sidney Smith, who was to have been there, failed to come; and, questioned at dinner why he had not done >, said: " Because I was detained by the bore contradictor? H allam.'' I remember, at a large party, a young woman insisting that it was always high tide at London Bridge at twelve o'clock. She referred to me: Now, Mr. Smith, is it not so?" I answered: "It used not to be so, I believe, formerly; but perhaps the Lord Mayor and Aldermen nave anereu 11 laieiy. I am all for cheap luxuries, even for animals. Now, all animals have a passion for scratching their backbones; they break down your gates and palings to effect this. Look! There is my universal scratcher, a sharp edged pole, resting on a high and a low post, adapted to every height, from a horse to a lamb. Even the Edinburgh Reviewer can take his turn. Sydney Smith was at a party one evening, when, seeing Mrs. Grote, wife of the historian, enter, wearing a rose colored turban, he sudrlonl v PYplm'mwl " T now kninw thf? mpnnincr of the word grotesque!" He professed his cordial liking for both her and her husband, saying: " I like them. I like him, he is so ladylike; and I like her, she's such a perfect gentleman." Some Great Canals THE Erie Canal is the longest canal in the United States, having a length of 387 miles. It was completed in 1826, and cost $52,540,800. The Ohio Canal is 317 miles long, and cost 84,095,204. 1 ne longest roreign snip canal is tlie Suez, between the Mediterranean and Red Seas, which is qo miles in length, and cost $100,000,000. H^BLESSING fcONYOUR Khead* It is so easy to have beautiful hair? most women do not realize how little time and trouble it takes. I wish I could persuade every woman, who cares for her personal appearance, to devote just a few r minutes each day to hair culture. A . wealth of beautiful hair is woman's most ?<xent charm, and is easy ot attainment. f you are fortunate enough to possess a luxuriant growth, do not fail to cultivate it and thus insure its permanency and beauty. The quickest and safest way to accomplish satisfactory results is in the daily use of ED. PINAUD S HAIR TONIC, which is not only a delightful dressing for the hair, but is a true revitalizer?its effects are immediately felt under the scalp?it brings new and vigorous life to the hair ' follicles and papillae?positively eradicates 1.1 rc / t_ * _t_ it iv : _ r < aanarurr ^wmcn is reaiiy me ongin 01 most hair troubles), and what is most important it removes the causes of dandruff. Let me send you, free, a little book, "Messages From The Stars." Write for it TODAY, and if you desire a sample bottle of ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC, send 10 cents also. The sample will convince you as to the delightful and refreshing stimulation which follows the use of this Hmp-trind hair tonir. When writincr If indlv mpn. tion your dealer's name. Women of Fashion the world r over agree that ED. PINAUD'S LILAS DE FRANCE VEGETAL is the most delightful per^ysLst?rr" fume obtainable for general toilet ^ WsflSl use?'*'s equa,,y we" adapted to HfS?l| the handkerchief, the atomizer WpKit F'taSISi and the bath, and is particularly ESS'S 12S2-5L useful as a deodorant. gg8: a jlSSSff Indispensable to men after 'BgjHg ED-? ^UD Amnlcan Officis of ED- P1NA"" Ed. Pinaud. Paris Iddrttt Dtp). A NEW YORK 01T5 LOCKED I LOX SAFETY PIN I The greatest mechanI ical wonder of the 20th I century is fast displacing 1 I all other brands of so-called safety | pins. 11 iocks and is the only pin that positively cannot pull out. See the eye in point of pin. It locks on hook in shield. If you cannot get them from your dealer send 10c. in stamps for sample supply and " Story of a Safety Pin." ? Lock Safety Pin Co., ^ St. Loait. Mo. , HEM. Ask your dealer for the new LOX hose supporter fitted with LOX safety pin. RAQHIhTTT lMPTQQ X-f? IvJ 111 WL/XllrftJtJ No one except the man or woman who is bashful knows what a great hindrance it is to business and social success. Not only is it very embarrassing, but it causes actual mental pain. Bashfulness used to be an incurable misfortune, but now it can be overcome. I understand its causes, therefore know how to advise you regarding its cure. My book of more than 100 pages is the first and only scientific treatise on Bashfulness. Would you like to know how to be 3 T?ll tin, ilL vase itlliuug men anu v\umcu: xcn mc luc fonn of bashfulness that troubles you and I will give you some advice that I do not print in my book. Send only Si.oo for the book. There is no extra charge for the letter. PROF. ELIOT WEBSTER, 67 Wabash Ave., Chicago. S_ _ AXl _ Reduced Rates for 6 a. XXX 6 Household Goods. Judson Co., 349 Marquette Bldg., Chicago.