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THE ALBUQUERQUE H0RNIN3 JOURW.L TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7.1911.
rAMB ifi I nine 4. T WU Va- V.r Never hesitate to ask your Pectoral. 1 Tse it or not. as he OLLARS LOST Mysterious Disappearance; of Treasure Sent In ail Pouch Results in Investigation Postal Clerk Suspected H. Nddhtf ,HH) i-l lw4 win I GreenM-oro. N. C. .NOT. . That a Vnitd State mall pouch routed from Rabiirh t New York and contain. In liO.OOO disappear'! two we. ka btto In manner similar to the re cently reported l?0.o theft f a pouch tit Lynrhfoirg. Vn., became I. non 11 her today. Peyond ndmlttlng I ho los of the package official rt fup In diiia th, mailer. It la dixiared unofficially that th Raleigh pouch disappeared after be ing receipted by a mall clerk on northbound train passing here and that the clerk In whose custody It wit last placed has been suspended from the aervloe pending an Investigation. Th pomh waa handled bv the lo cal postom.-e and later trnnifirrd th mall clerk nw under suspension. It la wild he remembered seeing and . ko-lcln.. it hut h did not deleft Ita lorn until ha reached the end of hi run, The name of the clerk la wit,h-l held. It la anld hla upeiilon la on tho ground of rarclene. j TO PUNISH PERJURERS IN LORIMER INQUIRY; Chicago. Nov. , Possibility of per jury trlala aa the outgrowth of the ; federal senatorial Investigation Into ' the Lorlmer election developed today j when two wltne"ea gave, testimony 1 directly In confix t with tlint of two j former member of the llllnola leg islature. Sidney Yarbrough testified that he ; with Charlti A. Whit In Spring. ! Hi Id, nt the time of Senator Loiimcr' ricrtlon, '" W'tilt. Nxhfl ttin If I would vote for a republican for rolled State senator for J, ()()(," aald Yarbrough. "I told hint that If I happened to be In lilt place that 1 would not do ao, ' tia It would ruin him In a political: W5," I lie Must Have llcen. ; "Saw a inuu niJk-r tm worth . of ham and eai yesterday." Tve h' Old thin old ji lie." "Thi ain't ho Joke; tha tnun waa himitry." Knniuia t'lty Journal. Try This Famous Pinex "Pint of Cough Syrup" A Family Supply for 60c, 8tvlne t2- The, Oureat, Quloketl Kemedy You Eve Deed or Moray Refunded. A oonKh rtimndy thjit urm ynn 12, and 1 iriuki-Kiitwd to K'e qulrkxr, btur ra iilii than nyt)ilii elw, la euraly worth trrlng A nd on trliil will ihow you why 1'lnei la ul In mora homea In the U. H. and Canada than any oilier oout(h remedy. You will be pleasantly urprlwd by the way It takea rltiht hold of a nouirh. aWtng almnat limiant relief. It will mimlly atop the mint olielllial", deep fvUni ooutlh III iti hnuia, and la immjimllml for prompt reaulia In whooilnn oouwh A ou-oftt bottle of 1'Iimix, when mixed With houiM-tiiAdnetiirar a; nip, niakaa m full Pint of tha Ixiit Pound remwly eer uid. 4ktlly prepAmd In Uvaiulnuu dlreotlone In juK-katro The tnalM la pleeaant- eMMren take It willingly HilmulitU-a theaiietlla and la llphtly laiallva- U.th exvllent fiwtiirei hplemlld for croup, hoftraeneaa, ntlinia, bnmnhiila and other thitmt trouble, and a highly euomtwrul niuedy for luclplanl lung troulUia. l'ilin la a aoeelhl and hlirhW ennrvtn. trnt4 iviiiipouiid of Norway W'h1l l'lna eit.rart, rich In RonUvxil and other natural hcallug plue eleiuiinta Winlily mix Wlih uniir i-inip or mniinil linnejr, la a pint u"!un, aim n ii renu v lor low l'litex hanoflen iH'i'n lmltAtod, but nevor auuenuifully, fur nothing ele will produoe, tba Mine nvnilin. ' ho uenulno ie Kuamn. tinl to a-lve MkoIiiI Hal infmMlon or iuou y refunded. I'eiUlhiaia of gunranton la wraiil In ea lj iioi knt'e. Your ilrugKlat r.i l inei ir will vimUy irt It. fur you. If not, aei.U U Xbe I'Iubi Co., Ht. Wajuu, BKixiaixasssxmmMi El Maloy's l I'mile Now 1 itt,oralnl Vn Ihh. cm I 'Ian In ini Uaiic, c Sivdcd Kat-llis. New Cuirniilt. (Itruit. New (u.ii.i- -lV It lll II ff. e I'oiMnrn. Vfw t liotnutH, Ii 1 rcli ( iHiiatini-, iiIImii nl- him ) 'Ii,ma(iM'H, ( M'll'uriilii I'.lii' U (,ibm .. Straw lM'rrli-, A.J. MALOY 21 il tcntral A en up. liuiiie TWBHT THOUSANDjTAFT. OUALIFIES INTRANSIT '1 old colJs are ;:t. iiUcrJ itop your fresh cold at once. doctor about Aycrs Cherry says." tie knows. J T r-r Co . t . 1 ... President Promises to Vote Early Today, Saying That is Only Way; Guest of His Brother. (By Maralag Jearaal Hpfimi Imi WtnJ rinclnnatl, O., Nov. I. frealdent Taft qiiHllfled aa voter In I'lndnnati today. He aipiar.-, piTanniillv lie- fore th Cincinnati ee tioti board and later before the flection Judges In hla own precinct unj .-nt through the atepa required by luw. "I'm going to vote eiirly tomor row; you know early Voting la the rlKht way." aald the prenldent to night. The president hai announced hla Intention of voting the republican tick et There haa been crltlolam of thla announcement here on the acore that in ao vi.llng Mr. Taft will aup port the camlldatea of tho ao-cnlled "fcoss," George H. Cox. about whom he apoke an bitterly at Akron, Ohio, when he waa aecretary of war. To night the prcaldent refuaed to die cum hla announcement, aaying mere ly that he knew the republican ran dUlatea and waa convinced of their worthlneaa. In voting tomorrow, the prealdent probably will caal the flrat bullot of ny president of the I'nlted Htatea for a women who la peeking office. H will vol for Miaa Edith ramp bell, rnn'l,!;ite for member of the IfH l ni hon board. "I eipect to vote for Mlai Camp tii'll," il.1 tho prealdi fit, "becauae I Ihlf'k there fhni'bl e women rep rixentBt'vea on the 'hool board and T know Mlaa rampbell'i ability and quallflcatlona." Mr. Taft acrompiinled by Mra. Taft, Mica Helen Taft, and Mra. Thorns McLaughlin, of Plttburg, a filaier of Mm Tuft, arrived In Cincin nati eurlv today, Shortly after brenk fnat the prealdent took up the dutlea of a fit lien who ha been out of town but who w-Hpta to reglater and tho wlehea to vote. He appeared before tho election board H'ld feenrefl hla certificate of t-egletratlnn Juwt before 11 o'clock Ijite fhl afternoon he motored out In 20 Madlaon tod. where tomor row he expect to vote. " HkUo, gentlemen," anld the preal dent, aa he walked Into the polling place. The idect'on Judge aroae. doffed their hut and aald; . "flood afternoon." "I wimt lo nee If I am In the right pew." aald the prealdent, taking out the certificate he had secured earlv ir tho day, and cart-fully looking over It. Tllchnrd Murphy, a democrat, and one of tho election Judge, nuiatlon ed I lie prealdent . "What I your occupation?" naked Mr. Murphy, "l'realdent of the I'nlt ed Hlaten?" ' "Well," anawered Mr, Taft, amll- Ing, "Juat put me down aa a lawyer: I want thai known hecauae I my need the bualnea aoon." , "You are prealdent of the United atali-a?" nuked Murphy. "Well, put me down aa prealdent," aaaented Mr. Tuft, "I can't deny that, make It prenlib iit of the United titatca and attorney," Krom the polling place Mr. Taft re. turned to the home of hla brother, C, 1'. Taft. whoae guest he will be tonight, tomorrow and tomorrow tilght. Kid-lion return at ii ml Crystal tonight. thf Pantlmo Foes of Boss Rule Determined to Give Such an Account of Themselves as Will Cause King Solomon's Throne to Totter, IHp-rUI lU.imtih ta tha Murnlnt Juurnall Helen, N. M., Nov. 6.--A roualug progressive republican meeting in the Commercial club here thla evctilnu, i closed the present caiiipiilgn for good o eminent and the abolition of boss rule In New Mexico. The mceiliiK, which packed the Commercial (.i, ( the doots, was one uf ihe most enthusiastic eer I In Id lure and ntrgur Well for the si ' cefs n( Hi,, tli ket tomorrow The principal Hpeeiii uf (he evening was ni'ide b Miller H. Kuppe of Albiuii, r- ' que, who made a rousing ailUiess, odxiii ailiig proureaslve prim iples and the l.iuti, n,,n ,,f the lilne ballot amenditieiit to Ihe cohnlltutlon. A fiumiier of local speakers also niade ililiets. all of which were accorded the closest attention, the pi-akers being frequently Interrupted oy o 1 1 i .i ii si-. The indication tonliiht are that the t,lKii of the king of Valencia county Is ill. out i ,me to an abrupt close. Helen precinct la almost solidly for the preinvasive ticket and the outside pre. incts are showing strong symp toms of ii revolt against the rule which h::s long throttled Valencia county and given her a reputation ua one of the moat backward counties in the entire nation. rieetlon return at the l'n.tln.c ami Crystal tonight. (Results From Journal Want Ads i 1 I t . i AS VOTER IN CIIIUTI PROGRESSIVE RALLY CLOSESCWPHEl ifj mm W. l M1'.I.I 4' rx ''"-.'V ... BaMi J ' m Ja The IIiiimM llulrif Man ln will give New i-ii an Holiest ItUoitifM ilniliiitratiori and who will not get tl,"2" of tlx puhlit' money tanglttl up In lili. priiate bank account. tn for him UMlay fur governor of Uie New State. Alleged Author of "Dick to Dick " Letter Voluntary Re linquishes Rich Land Filing in Alaska, lt Mnmln Jonra.il MoerlaJ LeMnea Win. WaHlilngton, Nov. 6. Hlchard S. Ryan, alleged author of the famoua "Hick to Hick letter," which starttd the Controller Hay inveatlgation, dur ing the extra acanlon of congrea laat aummer, today relinquished all claim to the fi-acre tract on Controller Kay, Alaska, known as the Cunyon Creek line termlnul tract. Mr. Hyan 1 president of the Con troller Hallway and Navigation com pany. The claim whicji he relln iiulrhed today Ilea between the claim of J. J. Hyan and A. U Schiier, which It la conceded were taken In the In tereat of the railway and navigation curnpuny , of which Mr, Ityun Is head. The law requires that between all claim adjoining the water front eighty rods ahul be reaerved from entry. . Mr, Kyan's claim occupied practically oil the eighty rod between the soldier' additional homestead claims of J. J. Hyan and Schuer. He contended that tho law did not apply In hi case, been une hi application was only lor right of way over the tract, not for absolute poHHcHxion, and that the expression in the law "re aerved from entry" need not prevent the government from granting the use of the law for railway or naviga tion piirpoHea, Secretary Fisher received today 'from the Seward Commercial dub of Hewurd, Alaeka, the following tele gram: "Mas meeting Seward people most heartily endorse your policy udvocat ed before mining congress. Uod speed." in his speech before thP congress, the secretary declared himself In fa vor of prompt development of the re sources of Alaska. He aald he did hot believe In government ownership of the mineral resources of the penin sula, but thought the leasing syatem would prove the beat solution of the question, A Mrs, Charles Gray, Wife of Santa Fe Machinist in Albu querque Passed Away During Night Unexpectedly. To wake up In the morning nnd fond your wife who went to sleep by your side the previous night In ap parent usual health rtlff and cold In dentil, Is a horrible experience, and yet that was Just what happened to Chillies limy, a well known Sinlu l-'cr inachliiiHt. of 11 OK South Edith street, yesterday morning, Mr. and Mrs. tirav retired at Ihe iisoutl hour tile night before end vvh-n Mr. Cray arose the next morning he notice,!, that Ills wire looked unusu ally pale. He tried to wake her oik; found she had passed to the great beyond. The illsiiolutlon occurred some time In the night, ami was so peaceful that It did not awaken thj husband. Mr. and Mrs, Gray have been real dents of Albuquerque for about ihlce year. They came here upon Ine advice of a physician lor Mrs. flrny's health and for a long lime rhe seem ed to have regained her health. About a year ago, however, she aa ; -, ayinptoma of a return of her trouble and bad been gradually falling since, Mic was not ho sick that she could nut get about to attend to her ordi nary household duties. This made her sudden death a great shock to th husband. She leaves a little four-year-obi run to comfort the heart-broken father nnd husband. The body will be embalmed thla af ternoon and will be aent to the Old home in Rockefeller, III., where burial will take place. Pit Hoh Geraldlnc William menna good, James means beloved. I Wonder (blushing) what tleorge menna? Mr. Fondhopes Well, daughter, let ua hope that George means busl- CONTROLLER CLAIM GIVEN UP B Rl RU1 AWAKENS FI HE DEAD BY SIDE iMllULD J DYFUUMADERO ASSUMES 1 PREDICTS GREAT Bursum Will Be Lucky to Carry His Own County of Socorro Declares Champion of Clean Government in New Mexico. CAMPAIGN CLOSED IN ALAM0G0RD0 YESTERDAY Popular Standard Bearer Leaves for Home in Carrizozo to Cast Vote After Strenuous Month on Stump. (flperlat m-natch u the Morala Joaraall Kl Pto, Texae. Nov. 6 W. C. Mo Donald, democratic eandldate for governor of New Mexico, who was here last night en route to close hla campaign for the governahlp, Is sanguine thut his cause is won. Cap tain McDonald had Just returned from Kocorro where last night he conducted a big rally In Mr. Rur ium'1 home town. "I am almnat too tired ti talk politics." said Captain McDonald, "but we are going to win. That Is assured. If Mr. Hursum carries his own county he will be doing well." Captain McDonald spent the en tire day here and was everywhere balled as the next governor of New Mexico. Although he has been on the road constantly for the past month, the democratic standard hear, er shows little ttace of hla Btrenu f,u work and was as cheerful and apparently a energetic as though he had Junt started In on the trip. This afternoon Captain McDonald left for Alamogordo where he will make Ihe dosing speech of the campaign this evening, leaving on the late train for his home In Carrizoxo to vote to morrow. Another One of Those Horrible Comparisons "The balance In. the county treasury today la composed al- most entirely of sinking funds, funds (or payment of interest, etc." Tribune Citizen. Ttip fount)' treasurer's rcrt. slums miIih $:! 1.000 out of $NT, 000 t-ash on tin ml for "Interest ami sinking fund." "The county general fund la flat broke' and there are larpe amount of unpaid hill out- alandlng." Trlb-Cit. Tho treasurer's report shows in the gvncriil fund, SH.TD3.I5 Tho commissioners report all bills paid In full. Any gentle- man lih nn unimld bill la urged to stop forward. t "The road fund Is flat broke." Trlb-CiL Tho trcasiirfr's reimrt shows In the road fund, $2,(155.12. "The court fund Is flat broke" Trlb-Cit. Thf treasurer's roixirt kIioivs In the court fund, 15,107.38. If any of our citizens have any doubts about the county funds, the- county treasurer will be glad to exhibit the cash in the bank. Apparently Franclaco Hubbell and Joey Saint are again MIS- TAKEN. GEORGIA MAN INDICTED FOR POISONING WIFE l-eeshurg. On., Nov. . Charged with causing the death of his wife, Ktta Richardson Chlldera, by placing poison In a bottle of medicine she was using, Mort S. Chlldera was in dicted this afternoon. Hla trial prob ably will begin Wednesday. The case of Robert Kennedy, a for mer sweetheart of the dead woman, and also charged with the crime, probably will be taken up by the grand jury tomorrow. Mrs. Chllders died August 15, short ly after taking a dose of medicine from a bottle which she kept on a sideboard at her home at SmlthvlUe, near here. Arsenic was found In the medicine. t ' ' I'. S. CrulwT to TrliHill. Waahlngton, Nov. 8. The mission of the scout cruiser Chester to Tripoli waa declared at the state department late today to be for the purpose of looking into the "cholera" there, but irom sources other than the slate de partment. It was said Ihe vessel was proceeding there for the " protection of foreign Interests." MURDER SUSPECT IS IDENTIFIED BY SLEUTH Denver, Nov, 4, -Confronted by Detective Sergeant Forbes of the New York police department, James McDcrmott, ho surrendered October 21, to the local police, asserting that he was wanted In New York city for murder, denied all knowledge of the crime with which he la charged, but admitted he had killed some one somewhere, McDcrmott declares he does not remember the name of the man kill ed, where, when or how he killed him. Sergeant Forheg says McDcr mott Is wanted In New Y'ork for Ihe murder of Postofflce Inspector t'hus Muldoon, on March 17, last, during n St. Patrick's day celebration In New York. Improving. "H'lggins likes to hear himself latk." "I that all you have against him?" "Contd (uivthlng be worse?" "Cert.illy. Rllggins used to like to hear himself lng."T-Hltlnur Am erican. Kkttlon return at the I'sdlli.tr ami trj.ul louiglit. DEMOCRATIC VICTOR! PRESIDENCY OF MEXICO- TOGETHER WITH NEW CABINET HE TAKES OATH Thousands Parade Streets of Republic's Capital Splitting Air With Vivas for Recently Elected Chief Executive, (By Monung JmmuU ftneeial Leaaed Wlra.1 Mexico City. Nov. S. Officially, the periods of revolutionary Mexico were closed today when Francisco I. Madero took the oath of president and placed across his breast the tri color insignia of the chief executive. This afternoon the oath was ad ministered to the eight members of his cabinet. At the same time Fran-c-Lsco Leon de la Harra, who has governed the country as provisional president since the day General Diai left for the capital for Europe, board ed a special train for Vera Cruz, whence he, too, will sail for Europe, but on a diplomatic mission. , A number of diplomats, including Ihe American ambassador, were at the station. The personnel of the cabinet with which President Madero begins his administration follsw; Foreign Relations Manuel Calero, Interior Abram Gonzales. Justice Manuel Vasquex Tagle. Education Miguel Diax Lombardo. Communications Manuel lionilla. Finance Ernesto Madero. War General Jose Gonzales Sai ns. Fomento Rafael Ilernandet. Upon the return of de la Barra from Italy which will not be for some months, it Is expected he will take the porfolio of the foreign office, Calero going as ambassador to Wash ington. Tonight public buildings In front of the national palace were brilliantly Illuminated as was San Francisco street over which here has been erected a series of arches bearing heavy burdens of electric lights. The new president took no part In the public manifestations but for many hour huge crowds of admirers marched through the city bearing banners nnd shouting vivas, drowning the music of many bands that joined In the demonstrations. Although n holiday, there was no serious disorder. The only feature of the program which served aa a re minder that the inauguration of Ma dero as the culmination of a revolu tion, was the manner of his arrival at the chamber of deputies where he tork the oath of office. From his office to the chamber he was escort ed by a detachment of former revo lutionists. In command was Gener al Ambroslo Figueroa, now comman der of rurales In Morelos. General Pasquel (irozco, who was largely responsible for Madern's suc cess In Chihuahua and at Juarez, al so rode In this detachment. Madero himself received but little more ap plause than did irozco. Though identical in form and word ing, the inauguration of Madero was markedly different from that which the public was accustomed to when General Diaz was so many times sworn Into office. Within the cham ber, Madero smiling, emphasized his appreciation of the plaudits by wav ing his hand, In contrast to the dienl- fled and somewhat cold manned usu ally adopted by Dlnf. De la Rarra's departure was the occasion for a manifestation ns en thusiastic If not so great, as that ex tended to Madero at any time during the day. His passage to the station could be traced by the flower strewn streets and the space about his train in the railroad sheds was carpeted with Jas mines. Within the cars huge banks of the white flowers, selected because they symbolize purity, were built. President Madero professes to have the utmost confidence in his ability to restore peace within a short time. He doe not believe that the counter revolution which his secret agents claim has been organized by Emlli- ano Vasquez Gomes and others, can even be Inaugurated. He begins his administration with dozens of prisoners In his jails and if the reports of the police are re warded there will be many more then, within tne next few days. The Investigation of the rebel plot continued today but without import ant development. The chief problems with which President Madero will have to deal Immediately are the Zapata move ment, the uprising in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, where the rebels yesterday were reported to be In possession of four machine guns ta ken from the federul garrison at Ju chltan, nnd the turbulent conditions In the stale of Sinaloa. The Zapata movement, Madero be lieves, will cease of itself now that be Is preiidenl. The Sinaloa trou bles, he believes, will disappear with out drastic measures and the Insur rection on the Isthmus, he consider ed simple to suppress. Specials from Cuautla say that Zapata today signi fied his Intention to surrender at once. Tonight President and Mrs. .Ma dero established their residence nt Chapaultepec castle. CASCARETS GIVE A BILIOUS HEADACHE Gently but thoroughly fl,itnc your IJvcr, stoniat-lr ami llowt-l anil jou fitt great by morning. Y'ou're bilious, you have a throb bing sensation In your bend, bad taste in your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin la yellow, with dark rings under your eyes: your lips are parched. No wonder you feel ugly, , mean and 111 tempered. Y'our system Is full of bile not properly passed off. and what you need Is a cleaning up inside. Don l continue neing a billons nuisance to yourself and those who love you, and don't resort to harsh physics that irritate and Injure. Re member that every disorder of the stomach, liver and Intestines can be i quickly cured by morning with gen tle, thorough Cascareta they work j while -you sleep. A 10-cent box from i your druggist will keep you and the 1 entire family feeling good for months. I Children love to take Caacareta, bo Jcauae they taste good and never grrpc I vr sickeu. DERUA RECAPTURED " BY TURKISH TROOPS Wui-ian-rt-jn. Nov. . Confirmation of the news of the recapturing of Ierna in Tripoli, by the Turkish iizp-. n: (.i.t.r.id in a duput-h r.?rt t.i.;6-r.t iy iru lure.m ji.C;sy Ir.m thf n.U.i'a-r tji..n ..ftaUJ' it .v,i.--lJ.liOople. 1 fit iei.-gi.nii !Uj'.e that th- Illl p.lial Uilolfill, Um.pS wore reili lurced by the Sdiouis. who killed liv-e hundred Italians and captured a con siderable quantity ct arni3 .and, am mumtion. The loss to the Turks, says the des patch, was eighty dead and as many wounded. The recapture of Tierna evWentry occurred October 2S, a that was the day the telegram Is dated. SPORT To K-ttif Tit-kit Sfndal. Chicago. Nov. . Final disposition of th world's series baseball ticket scandal if any further disposition is made, will be undertaken Thursday at a special meeting of the national commission at Cincinnati. President B. II. Johnson, of the American lea gue made this announcement today. Samuel IVpy's F.yeslght. Interesting speculations by D'Arcy Power, F. R. C. 8.. on the causes which led Mr. Pepya to end his diary at the age of 36 are given to the Lmet. Mr. Power read a paper on the subject at a recent meeting of the Samuel Pepys club. He quotes copiously from the famous diary the pathetic allusions to failing eyesight, which begin in 1663-64, at the age of 30, and end In 1669, with the close of "all that 1 doubt I shall ever be able to do with my own eyes in the keep ing of my Journal." Says Mr. Power. "Any one who reads critically the account which Mr. Pepys has given of the state of his eyes muBt feel sure that he has suffered from hyperme tropla. with some degree of astigma tism, and that his Tear of becoming blind was wholly unfounded. These errors of refraction were not very great, though they were sufficient to cause eyestrain and undue sensitive ness of his retina. He did not suffer from headache, or he would have said so; he did not squint, or his portraits would have shown It. The cye-straln came on when he was about 30. He had been accustomed to lead an outdoor-life, but he now settled down nt his office, began to use his eyes for long spells of work and was concern ed with masses of figures which often required the closest attention. The paper at this time was coarse, the writing was crabbed and the candle light by which he worked was Insuf ficient. Considerable strain, there, fore, was put upon his accommoda tion, and the latent defect soon be came manifest." With his friend, Ernest Clarke, Mr. Power evolved the followlne as the prescription which a present-day ocu list would have written: For Samuel 4'epys, Esq. Spectacles I D. c. 0.50 D. eyl. axis 90. Pepys, tho Westminster Gazette points out, tried various "tubes" and glasses, which were all that the spec tacle makers of those days had to of fer; but the hypermetropic astigma tism front which he suffered could not have been cured by glasses dur ing his lifetime, for science Was not sufficiently advanced to recognize the condition. "Rut astigmatism can be relieved by allowing the rays of light to pass throughout a single meridnn of the irregularly curved cornea, or lens. It is tantalizing to think that Pepys miiriit have stumbbid accidentally up on this method If anything had caus ed him to read through a slit while Sterling Silver Novelties and . Best assortment ever shown and Lowest Prices. S. VANN & SON Jewelers and Opticians. 4 Loose J"lt Leaf f Sn Ledger .A 1 I iftCrrV'lf Iithotmanimct l j rx r.n .aaaa. HOW TO SUCCEED. During the last few years, coad' ti.-ns in all lines of business, v professional hie, have changed lornpletely that every man IsVakir" up to the fact that in order t , s success he must )' ialiM- and l,.ai to do some one thing and do it w f Ci it .3 wi.h any irticie thii ; !h (,-CtU it n.u-u ha.e nj.i;i ur i.j am-ur.i cf .a .t-rY,"- r.ili i.i Ubtn the uemarid fr ints'Ztt b ie. For rn.tr. v year" we have waure-d with much int.-real the remarkable record maintained hy Dr. Kilmer" Swamp-Hoot, 'he great Kidney. Llver and Bladder Rtnu-dy. From the very beginning the proprietors had much confidence in it that thev ij,. vied every one to test It. free of con. before purchasing. . It is a physician's prescription. They have on file thousands 0f letters received from former suffer ers who are now enjoying health a a result of its use. , However, if you wish first to try a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer 4 Co..- Binghampton, N. T., and men. tion this paper. They will gladly for. ward you a sample bottle by mail, b. solutely free. Regular sizes for sale at all Urug eists fifty cents and one dollar. he was wearing his glasses. This might easily have happened had he sat upon his tubes and crushed them, or if. In the agitation of speaking, hi had squeezed them flat in his hands. He would then have found his eyf. strain removed; his acute mind would have set Itself to determine the cause; he would have pasted strips of black paper on each side of his glasses, and the diary might have been continued to the end of his life, while the paper he would have certainly read on the subject before the Royal society would have added still greater lustw to his name and might have revolu tionized the laws of dioptrics." Lon don Telegraph. Rubtxr Paving in London. The prophecy of the president of the Rubber Exhibition, held at the Agricultural hall, that the time will soon come when the price of rubber would be low enough to make rub. her paving an accomplished fact in the streets of London, Is excellent hearing. Whenever one comes across one or other of the few specimen! of rubber paving which are to he found at present in the metropolis, one experiences a sense of grateful relief. But up till now a wide use of this material for such a purpose has been prohibited by the quest Urn of expense, although it has been thor oughly recognized that as a substitute for the ordinary materials used In paving the streets, rubber offers enor mous attractions. If it could be em ployed in large quantities in certain localities, London, one imagines, would be a happier place. For there Is no doubt that as things are, the In crease of traffic must be attended with Increase of noise and heat, tht ugh Londoners may become dull ed by painful habit to the ceaseless roar, the nerves of the community ife certainly, even if unconsciously, In state of tension. At the fame time, however, we trust that the evil will not be allowed to go unchecked simp ly because there is a chance that the adoption of rubber paving Is likely to cure it in the future. London Globe. Watson, tin Noc.lle! She Miss Haw ty's dimple is awful ly deep, isn't it? Looks like a gim let hole. He Perhaps that's what gives her such a bored expression. Ruslcn Transcript. Toilet Ware ii Saves Time, Worry, Energy.