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THE AttTZOXA KEPUBLTCAX, SUNDAY MORNING, nECEMKER " 20, 100?,.
12 PHYSICAL CULTURE AND 5ELF - DEFENSE, By Robert Fitsimtnons. PART I. ARTICLE 2. of the clubs A Lesson for Women To Gain Beau ty and Strength Muscle Building Will Bring Charms that the Toilet Table Can Never Furnish. Muse! tun ii. ,-i.t, I . b: 1 1 k ursf. ron.e : walking .- lid s ir.gin. supplies f xi-rcisr for the entire body. Women, play golf! j of coarse, you can overdo it. "onvui i differ ho much in their physical make- up that what is medicine for one is poison for another, l-'or this reason a woman should carefully guard her strength. . I 'o not overtax yourself. Clo about your sports and your walks with inol cr.it ion. Too much exercise is worse than not enough.. You can easily find o;:t just what you aio capable of n durin?. and then shape your work ar. l play to suit your strength. Do Not Ee a Physical Freak. What I want most of all to Impress upon women is not t" try to make physical freaks f themselves. A voit.an cannot stand too much tiainiu-j ui any one direction at th- exjiense of the rest of her body as well as a man can. Her physical make-up pleasiitsj to t.ie eye rot const rue . cit lor 11. !-or mis rosv -cheeked. f nil-I r ason she should irv to divide her building brings beauty to This b:;ief statement is su!!i think, to make many women uocn a physic il U .velopii'eul What will woman not do to beaut if nr." They some of m, at least powder and p;:ini. and ac!i their hair, and do al! kinds of oiher foolish things in an ai tetr.pt to prove their appearance. 11 they but kn-'W what :s routine of Ay. healthful exercise woul t do for .in they would so. hi fotsal-o their let tables tor the uuiasi.un. There is in t li i i :tr in this world lore vely thai, a beautiful woman. There nothing r.iori ,.iii a browu.-d '.esle.l. s'.! a iv;hL -backed w oui iii. Let. I t-:erci-es a. evenly as possibl ". .. r be a!! these and she is certainly j A woman who tan row, ' ide a wbeel ( ..cu. : and :t horse, s lni, snoot, play P-tinls When 1 see a poor. pale, narrow-! and grif, all moderately well, an 1 n l . sled, weak woman, with her waist "try to overtax her strength in any one t-i.iW ii up so tight .bat it is impossible I branch, is tie woman who will be I- !r to take a full ureal ii stiring and healthy. 1'.- V i t that i uts l.cib.i .r.J siren.:' b She does not hue herself too tight: i: k. the human body my lie.r t f::ulyj:he glories in the pare air and d--I '. eds lor liM lights to throw a'.t her shoulders and w il. ha in.i ;.t one timejilrink in lens deep mouihfuls of it. My lap en an athlete. 1 am in a position to laud he nurses her strength as care- know just what is beneficial and what i; not for the average woman. In the first place a woman should c;.-ss so that tliete will be nl.iry of leom for the lung-; t liiv; full p'.ay. Ninety-nine per cent. of them are !; .-sse.l so that it is i:npo'-si'!..! for t'.em to take i 1. deep irf.ith. They breathe up ill rn-ir chests oiUv. 'oi-sequeirtly they are short-winded. Then, again, the average woman sel dom gives a thought to the ilea of c Hy exercisimj. She seldom walks i.:. less she is compelled to. She shuts herself up ir. a hot, stuffy loom, eats ie.properiy and then wonders that fc::e is subject to many complaints. Golf's Many Advantages. I must say that in the uast few ars th.ere has been a bis: change in li.e mile of living adopted by wo- 1 eU. The same of golf had been respon s. Me lor this to a large degree, and I i. t -not say too much for it as a means of exercise for women. It provides j i.-t the kind of outdoor life that they I r-ed. It takes them out into the sun :.: d makes them brown and healthy lies' the tiamcl athlete. the woman w'ro.n it is a joy This is the womau who is fuly a--This i to see. oueen. Advice to Parent: for the Health anH Renrmq of Their Child.-er.. "How ai I train my chili so he wi'l srrow ut to he an athieie'.'" This is a question which I am ask ed constantly. At t ie outset I want to say to both fathers and mothei.: who pv.t this ijuestiem to n.e Don't. Vy 'his do:;": I nie in do not sta.': out with the ilea that jnn want to make an m'.dete of your l ov. I J.ist so sure as this plan is pursued on w ill oe'"cork him in his ti ii-l."' ' years and end b sending him to an cany t;!;i'e. TVat do start out to make him a bisf strong, healthy child who w iil i;row into a fine, manly man, and his athletic bent will follow in the natural ourse of events. Too much training for the your.;; ' ones and muscles is far more harmful than too little. If :. child p;es no exercises for ti e nojFcies. there is a (ha nee for him to his weak little muscles are strained 'mi I his simple bones warped, he cue never fully recover. I Double Strain Weakens. , It must be lena inhered that a child '; brain is mow ing own more lapidly than its ho.ly. This is a strain on lie I sysit mi hat a cert.. in amount of i healthy exercise will help it to stand this strain. Too i.nu It exercise w i.l I add to the strain. This double strain 'will end by v.oukon'm; the entire sys ' t cli). ' , There 's nothinu' that can be so 'easily tr.'.iieeil as the muscles of a jclrld. Tne musiles and lnmes are both soft and '.liable. They iaii ! i n-(.!ded like so mueli putty. See thai i they are molded the l ie.ht way. Th.eie is no a ii.iv passes, ti'at I do not h.a . e a ronin w ith my little son. 1 . also put him thro. iuh a regular, dully (H'l'.H1 of exc: ie. I ins: met him i;t ' iryirn: st ie :iocmiht.s that will tend J to n akc him supple in 'every joint. At the same '.iu:c t.ie tipy n itstl s ar ' slowly but surely building up on h" j little liin'is and boo-. , That is the way 'ihev shoi.l.i lie fo;iiK d slow ly al ,' most as sknlv as the wearimj away if a roil; by the wav.s of the o.ean. Do Not St.t Too Soon. I Another r.oh.t w ',: h should he care i fully followed H t.ot to start loo early to train yi.ar hiidren. Jus! so sure as yott do you w ill put same Strut": ' upo:i !:em that 'nir v'oao;;' 1 odie jdinno', endure. then- they ar petnianel tly in. ,' .f il.i'.il. All til' hri'-.t hopes of making a man ai'iou, j l ien i' your boy are spoiled by undue 1 ale i;i n...ke a youthful wonder o: him. When your hoys, and yo.u fiirls, too. for that tr.atter. are ji;si aide to todiHe I aror. l-d. the 1 e c. t'..i.l;.,' oil c ee.1 do i. to see that t'ay ale keui oet do uk as J ::.u. h as iK.:-:-.'bh-. i ('hil.lt en cannot get too mucli f;v.-:i ! uir. LIFE AT COLON. Wher Only the Mosquito Really En joys Existence. t'itt ihem u; c. i ' v in t -,e niornm:'; : and send them o;:t into th.e .-esh air. i E.oii if yo.t live in the (it v. keet ! i J. em oatiijors v. lei ihe v,e.u!e:r net -I lail s. i l'.ct'.er to liave Hem d'r'y n.vd ll-.eidthy than (lean and Fiekiy. ) l'o'iow th'j forci;oin'4 plan and then : when o'i t!,i::k that l!v: children are ! ubl-j to stand a ttrtuiu Jimiiiiit of I simple exei ii-e eoiiur.eie e to ai:t them lhruu:,h tied.' . n;:iustii:s every , mo; ni ;s; and ni":':t . Thev will Ki'ovv- strong: they cantn.: ' help it if tl-ey will follow the rules j uiven in Ihe iirst artii io. ; Hear in mind ih; your children ! must l.ue I'ler.ty of fresh air. are! J i.'.mlir.i'e. U'Stilar exercise, f.nd they '.ill S'ow uu to be me:i and women of , whom you may Vie proud. lookir.ir. It Jills their lungs full of j make i-o f r this t'eslect when he p:ie, freh air, w hile the continual j (.row s up. If he gets too much, and Kvt ; occur to you th".t much of the-s,- ailed A:t is not Art at all'.' In ev ery jrroat gallery of piintins, thei are reore d :ub? than- pictures. Atclii Ser. Clofe. It Is uerfoctly true that without Its trade across the isthmus the state of Panama would be a very (tuiet little (immunity. Hut th? people of the place fludly take advantage of the trade that the isthmus affords, and actifely e:i g.iK In every kind of business that Serins likely to brine a profit. But this ir. when the citizen of Pan ama can live away from Colon or Pan ama city. For a.t no time can they be call'd healthful places or desirable lo-c-lities for residence. Colon was m-ve intended for a site for a city, for it is a mere sand pit a mile Ions and a mile w ide. At an expenise of $.ri,OOO,0(jO cau-e-ways have been built connecting the town with the mainland, and that Is how the town is able to continue its f-xiS'teii' e. The streets, though they have been improved if Lite, are ofien impassable ir. wet weather, and when dry S'-nd up binre clouds of choking, foul smelling dust. Around the town are a luffe number of stagnant jkkjIs and lagoons, which breed the deadly m alalia Ke:ni" that are so latal to unaci l'umi ted trav elers. Sickening odors acsail th" nose at every turn. Kven the dog's and monkeys lock hopele.-sly forlorn and unhiM'v. One newr hears a hearty kumh in Colon, nor Is c cheerful face to be seen anywhere save when some one " hurrying to board a st f ime.- or a train to Rvt a way from the Island. Tile only tiling that seem.; to enjoy life at Colon is th.e mosquito. They come in swarms. They ent'-r every place. They Jdte through the thickest clothing that one can wear in the t-op-i s, and at nlarht they have a c.leve way of getting tinder the netting ar.J making things exciting for their vic tims. Thi.;, however, Is only one side of the picture. Colon and Panama are not the i thmu?. and the travelers who prejudice the new republic by what they have seen at tins" places wi do it r. grave injustice. Leave Colon b? h:rd by an hour's ride on the railroad Mil a different condition of affirs is found. From the time that fho train leaves th" city it rises by a gentle grade to more favorable altitude. Instead of th rank. humid atmosphere that drives out every idea of energy and work, a more genial climate is found anl back from the r .Til road line are found the f irms and the cattl" ranges that give the Isthmus its share of riches. Prooklyn Eagle. CROOKING THE LITTLE FINGER. Is an Indication of the Nature of a Wonan. t ' 8 ft il I ii i uMMi y n y p p. XML lLJl Following is the state ment of a doctor who. puts truth above so called "professional etiquette," and can didly states his belief and experience for the benefit of the masses who may read it. That man- is Br. C. F SMITH, the most successful physician of U Olean, N. Y. i r4; t'.t ft h "I wish to acid lny professional testimony to the value of your English .preparation, known as Acker's English Remedy for Asthma, etc. In several instances after I have tried my utmost to give even relief, I have prescribed your rem edy, and it has acted almost like a miracle, not only relieving but permanently curing every one of the patients. I endorse the above prepara tion as one of the most valuable additions to the practice of medicine." (Signed) C. F. SMITH, M. D. H Such a frank endorsement as the above is h phenomenal. Coming from so distinguished a member ot the medical profession, it carries with it an assurance which the public will be sure to avail themselves of. It is recom mendations like this which make it possible to give the broad guarantee that is a part of every sale of to f f l l'AVv Will h ft! tilted mmi mm r i mm ti'i n 's $ h ti if. si a n l' i I 151 mm L 111! TvVi tea. t . j it.' A ACKER'S V, a ti I U K n u Ti n ENGLiSl 1 REMEDY ' for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption, It must either do all that is claimed for it. or vour mnrpv will roKmAoA tv-. , know of any other medicine sold on those terms? Bo yotl know of t. Ti e any other medicines which prominent doctors regularly prescribe in U I :. thf1T own practice as being better than prescriptions 7hey w rite them i fciveb r inese tacts are well worth considering. They arc. of snecial iUlcltsl- lhwo viui bore inroats and weak lungs. Rememb every bottle on a positive guarantee. 25c, 50c, and i.co. ti we sell q I Sold and guaranteed by T. F. Hudson Pharmacy, Distributing Agents. I.ittl- linger crooking is tho o:;t wanl iii! visible- sign of :in o.-'t"iit.i- tions SDI'l. 'i niics r ; j ;iliii ma " ')? Lii. er t.iin :i!i'l mishading. hut the crook of a little finger is a positive indication of the jiaturo of its owner. And first it denotes deceitfulness. The crooked little finger more often Keen on women than ic : . and thi.-t is Ii'c:imsi' a larger proportion of ;lie fair s.-x h.ave dfci-itfvil natures. The woman then, who raises Ik r teacup with what she heiiew-i to he an el. .cart curve of the litll" lhiger is: trying to iiu;.re, those who iier wilh tie i'l.i lli.nl hers is a iW:i.eii and cultured nature. But the deceit is proved hy the fact that this same woman seldom curves her little finger in the privacy of her own room. This, therefore, proves that the rooking is not the natural result of refinement and culture, but a specious and flimsy pretense. Why it is accepted an'oiig those oi" the cult as a sign of good birth and breeding is a mystery in deed; for it has nev.-r yet been ob served among the truly aristocratic, lint it is so i'.ccepttU. and ii stands for veneering of all sorts. If a woman is not quite, sure of her position, her gown or her pronuncia tion, she rooks he r little finger as she raises her bediamond lorgnette, and fondly fancies all her shortcomings arc overlooked. As a rule the little finger crookers are of those who sadly abuse the word '"artistic." To them, anylhicg bizarre or esthetic is artistic." A burnt leather photograph frame, a draped fishnet or a b;rdad burlap "s enthusiastically dubbed wilh the poor, overworked a' ject i ve. And "then, with a smile of superior ity, they curve their little lingers ar.d sip tea wilh the air of a connoisseur. Peep and careful research has failed to discover the origin of the crooking habit. The only possible pres'umptiou is that it s a relic of barbarism, and that there was a time when only the great had cujis to drink from. These few, to protect tliom;-.'!vcs from their envious ;.nd covetous biethren, stuck out their little ,i:igers to ward oft pos sible assaults upon their porcelain properly. j!e that as it may. th crooking of the mod" ni little finger apparently stands for a buffer against the as saults upon a fragile and easily de molished refinement. Carolyn Weils hi Cosmopolitan. HER PARTING FAVOR. But it Wasn't What the Expected. Small Bo- The morning of her wedding' day she expressed a desire to have a con fidential chat with her mischevious little brother, and in expectation of some parting favor he readily follow ed her to a toon: wh?re they could he alone. "You have been very annoying tit times, Earlie," she said by way of preface, "but I suppose it is only natural that a boy of your age should be so." "They always are, sis." he replied promptly, "All the boys that have'old- er sisters are just like me. the fun of being a boy and sister.'' "I suppose so," she thoughtfully. "I don't know should be so, but I suppose suppose a girl who is unfortunate enough to have a younger brother must expect to find him hidden behind the sofa when her best young man e.-.lls. I suppose she must expect to have him suddenly bounce into the room with a whoop when nhe thinks him safely up stairs in bed. I suppose she might expect to have him turn a datk lantern on her when she is deep in conversation with a young man rf the darkest corner of a vine-covered porch in summer. At any late. I It's half having a returned why it it is. I Southern California Advertisements ONLY 7 PER LOT S4 DOWN AND S4 PER MONTH. g We ore relimg qarter-acre Panndena Villa Tract lots for $1 down ""I1 'Vnt the price wl U on ' W U VZP-rr . I"!. "l9,"r,!"'.''"-r.V'L.V " investment. We are now sel at W l.nt the e will o h "- "- i.jaiciiii MH.rt j.ine. t ie A oni r.viti ami -"i.ino . - - . , , , . ollr f,,,Mr!er- l'.us nrH Center nf I ,.u A... i.. ,o... t.. i.-o...,.., M!r...n.s Such rapi'l tranMt ts i.otinu to make our quarier- acre villa lots soon sell for over $'''). teen .-winm.. ,,,,.,.,,.,1, ... lr.r. Two more electric lines win !-o" - P ' . - . r ;i T';7:'VAIy;rr'TtraB;irCT'' e : mp m . " . ' : . ...:';..'.. e y . . ... ...r ? . ... . .: ; i r .5 s t , y- . r U v - f -'v ;; 'KlH?Hk': JSs o?', sz, l. ,t.,r .Ii JL'l - - ... A' . . . i - . . . . . One Thousand Men at Work on Huntington Short Line to Pasadena. They ere now at worK at North Pasateaa, and are malting dirt fly. The above deccenclants of the athletic Creeks of old have completed thel'a.'-.adena Short line. The Crocks are not nl.jiif in the good work of development which Mr. Huntington is pushing through, for they are ably seconded by the Japanese and Mexican cuititif ei:U; iiv the timekeeper's reports over i,lx completel the brou'l-guui-'ing int.i J'asadeiia. If. K. J I tint ington Is entitle- to the h arty co-operatiuti of every public-spirited citizen in his great enter ptise of tmildii.g a gieat network of electric railways to all points in Southern California. Now is the time to buy lots in tie coining residence suburb of Ios Angeles I he I'aj-a h ti:l Viila Tra'-t. A grand boulevatd will run on both siiles of the new J I until'-ton double-track electric railway. As the passen gers sit in the luxurious cars, on i.lusli-cjvcrtd seats, luoking out throech plate-vlass windows, they will see the carriages of the wealthv ruruiir:g along over the crannest bouli-vard in Ataei j.-a. . Starting from beautiful Plastlakf) 1'ark and running to s:.,uth I'us iden.-i, it will then run through swel -smr l.ing orai-.f.M groves and along avr-.-B lined with palm trees, crossing the Lucky" l;tldwin Ranch and on to .Monrovia. It will indeed be the "King's .!''! way" (('amino del Fte ), winch the Snanis'h padres of a century -iso prr.posed as they rone in ox carts from .V if.n San Cahrii-1 to the " 'it v of tin- n.i...n of the Anwels." It is c aiiinr. It annot be stopped. The Huntington el--tr!c road is completed from I.os Air." les to Monrovia. The grand boulevard will positively follow. f'eoplf will corim linm all ever the world t o drive over it. in w it ter, with tiie beautiful Sierra Idadre . .Mountains -overed with snow, this grand boulevard will traverse h re u ion of llo.vers. oranges and pretty homes of happy people, basking in the fli.rious sunshine of Southern "Hlifornia. The famous boult-varos ot Southrin France will not e.pu.l it. The King's Highway from Ixis At;g' Ies to Alonnr.ivia will Ie the linest boulevard in the world, and this region will always be the "l'aradise of America." 'Juke advantage thereof ar.d buy lots in the coming residence suburb of Los Angeles. The Beauiiu! Pasadena villa act ONLY S70 PER LOT. Only -Fifteen Minutesfrom the Center Of Los Angeles ON THE "HUNTINGTON SHORT LINE Three Electric Railways now Running Through the. Tract. Rapid Transit Double Track. tt ONLY $70 PER LOT $4 Down, $4 per Month. No Interest. No Taxes. AIIONG OUR PURCHASERS ARE THE F0LL0V7ING LEADING CITIZENS : H. V. H ill:' ir g t.n. vice-president of the Southern Pacific R. II. Co.: L.T. Carnsey. president of the Los Ant'tlcs ami RedciuJo Railway Ci.: U. 1 1. ( 'a rlson. (x-U. S. Commissioner of Railroads of Cuba: Hyjrd Hros.. wholesale commission merchants: J. ?. Rstuilillo. ex-State- Treasurer ot California; l 11. Dixon, ex-State Harbor Commis sioner; J-'r.t Wilitam iHeJge, Dr. J. t'.. Cowles and others. 25 , GUARANTEED INCREASE. For $4 down nr J ti p"-r month unMl paid for, we will Peil jou a reguU. 1 asadcti.i Villa Tract Lot. full sine, fyixl-'J). fac nz on .MH-foot avenue, subject to the follmving jruarantt-e rom us: If at tiie exiiiratimi of one rear from purchase, this ?7n lot is not worth s.n?..'. or 2j per cent increa- based on thi price at which our corps of sales men will then be selhbg similar lots, we wiil r.-iund all the money you have pail us. with 6 per cent Interest ad ditional. If y(u should die at anv time before pavments hive been completed, we will give to your heirs a deed of the lot "without further cost. If vou should lose em ployment or le sick you will not forieit the land. We Select Good Lots For Non-F.esidents. IT. years am I'asedena was a sheep pasture. What a grand transformation has been wrought! It is tolav tiie Must all--yea! -round residence section in the world. A similar clnne will take place at the Pasadena Villa Tract, which i. five mfles nearer 'Los Anjr-les' business center. It is as ljund to occur as the sun will rise tomor row. The entire region between Pasadena and Lod An teles is bound to build up into a solid city. Our Restrictions Are: No Saloons, No Shanties, No Factories. Purchasers are. not compelled to build, but if they do-, then tin y must erect, attractive looking houses, there be itm no dollar limit. nders by mail or telesraph will be allotted according to time received at our office. Remittances should be fent by Kxpiess. Postal Monev Order or Rank Check. FOU FURTHER INFORMATION'. MAI'S. KTC. ADDRESS CARLSON INVESTMENT CO, U4b?JffaSSSS2?T- have no feelina; of reseiHin'Mit, and to prove it I intend to do you a stroat favor. Without know in? it .mi have done me ut. and I intend to repay you." "I did vou one'" ex. lain uyinp his oest to fisure i:OW. '-Yes." sii? ri id;.;-! "If for yon, my weddlnic day be about three months i; instead of today." Rut I -I what did I tt i the boy. when and ; Wefe l:id would now the future Lahore 107 : El Pxso 11:1: Mosul 117: Ag ra 117: Death Valley 122? Algeria 127; Fo:t Yuma 12$; Jaccbcbad 122; Bahrein 1 hi. Golden Penr.v. o When we see butter made by a town woman, we always think it tan t bo very t ich. Atchison Globe. What has become of th-? old fashion ed man who lriVrred to a lame person 'as '( u.-h footed'.'" Atchis-.n Chbe. tin:e, until rnanded the boy. thorojphiv li' vild- red. "You merely made tliisi'-s inteiest ing in your own inimitable way." answered the bride-to-be, "and every lime you did some particularly out rageous thine; he pleaded with me to shorten the time of our wedding day. it was originally planned that we should be married about three riontlis irom today: but, ovvinn to your activ ity, I have been able to knock week after week off the iuterv ee.m? always at his urs'ent reeuest. now all that 1 have to do is to he en hand at the proper time this evenniar. and I will hae him rood and fast " "Well." said the boy doubtfully, "if vou attribute it all to me. I suppose I "Ufrht to r,et something out oi 't. What's it to be .'" "This," she replied, and when she came close to him and whispered in his ear melodramatically. "M ike your self scarce! Skip' Lie low! Get out of the way and keep out of the way until we are spine! If he had not been afraid it would lessen his chance of getting mo, he would have whaled you lonff ago. and just as sure as he has made sure of me 1 have a feeling that lie will get after you with a trunk strap." "Ancl if he doesn't," she added dreamily, as her eyes rested on the boy and she thought of all she had been through. "I will, and don't you Torget it!" No vv' York Times. J x: iv, " FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Taul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St- Louis; daily sleeping car Southern Pacific lo Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE. r. C. P. Agt.. I-os Angeles. m -n m -r: rrr. -.-r yb-Z-H 6.' Vi 3 sti list -A-m iyj v:- rm iisr i"ia a- v it? rri- ta tct r-i u 'tHA el ir.-v.vT.-:' PI It1 .4 IF ! FAIL TO mi Im( CiHDEH OH TUMG3 H1 KvTF fit! PJiii Kfi nsni c::srs No iv.inJiing K-Ray or iions Treatment. J M f -V-.'j .. V 11",! ck,,k i-.-t .,i.... v .-.sV-A-- ...v x. . . ..i .i j.ia.ib :um;3 t.ie . .. nere r.i:-: r.ionth? i., HP.ir'v tU'u avs. .ry I Pcr wl free if cantor is verv str.alL W mm tUBIP IN fi WOMB'S BREAST IS CANCER? IP I ri El y. wI,S2KE3.'2Saa It. does not p!n until almost past cure, and i? nopiected it ALWAYS P-J l?"t0st,h.e eeptfl.inU iu armpit, then It is often too Inn and still no pr.in.- Deen In td fe; the s&oulder domh is cert.aui. ES SURE TO GET our i;n.Pirr RnnK seut fa free, wtth symptoms, odtUe.iSesnadtcbumoniatJof tUousauds ctred, and Tito Tto'tbem. Fi DR.s. R. CKARlLEYa CO., P'StriclIy Re!iau!e." Two Lady Assistants.! b. 53 25 THISD STREET. NEAR Market ;t cum ronMncrn B - - t wr-i imtwiwwW wr w j PLEASE SEND TEISTO SOSE ONE WITH DINGER. I 7i 1 I Hottest Place on Earth. Between India and Africa lies tho hottest rlnce on earth. The Aval is lands cover a fairly extensive area of the Tersian gulf, lylngoff the south west coast of Persia, and it is the larpr f'Et o? them whii-h enjoys the douhtful distinction of loadinjr al! perspiring ocmpetitot s ia the matter of heal. Thi; mean teTuperature of Dahrier. for the entire year is, 99 degrees. July, Au gust and September ar unendurable to all but the natives. Night sifter night, s midnight comes, the thermometer shows 100 degrees. By 7 in the morn ing it is 107 or ICS, and hy thiee in the ;iteriioon 140. It. is stated by that "j.OCO Arabs grcup, which ti veracious travelers inhabit the Aval fully LTj.C.O living on rahreiu, In connection Sir Henry Layard 3dds: "It would seem that a man con accustom himself to anything." The following are the temperatures at some of the hottest places in the different countries: Hyderabad 105; Ilk 'cj T iS YOURS . fPi ': for tho askin.r witl-.n:it nnn . H7I$'a - Thi l!i no deposit schftne; no 30 dvn trial -h.m.. tr -i . HOU bimtjly i-n(t yoi r lmme and md.ir.iM An.i Ju,.h ..... ..77. .. ? , youn u t..sp rorevfr ejvi r:f ur.uei n -ireimii.Un.pei uk for ar nmvt L, vt W i- "epwimwoinni ikbt tl.hillllt BKLT Bl)t. rive inUiut' trtal w T t.Vr.i 11 wengio ana majjiiooa wiicu u your tiirUirijjht. Many Iorm ol . J ' ' '. i RrmfrvilCN Atvii a I limn ml -v uthvuus, otAufiL, umnahi, KlUNbT OK LIVER DISEASES eivelt away fioeto all 6aan t. ur.l l.y tiie on. gnui curative atr. nt. tlecSi. T A ' Aftcryou hif.-url your friends will each went, n,i rr J- vili-so salPi we will nvakr. our profit, lie a ttroag. iroro-; aic. aausc .V.a JP.l men. This t' ncrr.ns otter may to ycithdrawn at anv time j . i'. ? 1 Juu hhu""1 v'iie t..ilny tor tiie ''tiw Suprcum Klevlrie Belt." biEJSJ in? wiiiij cuiua youi h-li.m 1 -i . r. .. nnt!,iin i'i".! .' t-- s.. 'Viiwr.i. 1! ti ' 'pf?:rVU