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' The Girl (who has been suffering from sore throat) The doctor told me that I must never talk for more than two minutes at a time. The Man How delightful! Darling, will yod marry me? Not That Kind. "It would save a lot of trouble," said a newspaper man the other day ta Representative Slayden of Texas, aft er the Democratic caucus on the Henry resolution to Investigate the "money trust," "if you would allow us to attend the caucus." f'0n the contrary," replied Mr. Slay den, with a twinkle in his eye, "I thought It would make a lot of trouble." "Well, cah't you give me, an In terview on It, now that the fight Is over?" " "No," answered Mr. Slayden, "It would he against my principles. I never kiss and tell!" Poor Henry. "Peck claims that when he married he was mislead." "Yes, and now he is Mrs.-led." HARD TO DROP But Many Drop It A young Calif, wife talks about coffee: "It was hard to drop Mocha and Java and give Postum a trial, but my nerves were so shattered that I was a nervous wreck and of course that means all kinds of ills. "At first I thought bicycle riding caused It and I gave it up, but my con dition remained unchanged. I did not want to acknowledge coffee caused the irouble for I was very fond of it. "About that time a friend came to live with us, and I noticed that after be had been with us a week he would not drink his coffee any more. I asked him the reason. He replied, 'I have not had a headache since I left off drinking coffee, some months ago, till last week, when I began again, here at your table. I don't see how anyone can like coffee, anyway, after drink ing Postum'! "I said nothing, but at once ordered a package of Postum. That was five months ago, and we have drank no coffee since, except on two occasions when we had company, and the result each time was that my husband could not sleep, but lay awake and tossed and talked half the night. We were convinced that coffee caused his suf fering, so we returned to Postum, con vinced that the coffee was an enemy, instead of a friend, and he is troubled no more by insomnia, "I myself, have gained , Npounds in weight, and my nerves have1 ceased to quiver. It seems so easy now to quit the old coffee that caused our aches and ills and take up Postum." Name given by Postum Co.. Battle Creek. MRe'ad the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a reason. . m m a a kTfi iriirri 1 hry human r csti POLICE CHIEF AIDS ESCAPED C01CIS HELPS OUT Or SNOW BANK MILK WAGON IN WHICH MEN WERE HIDDEN. , THEY HAD DRIVER COVERED At Point of Revolver Desperadoes Compelled Boy to Drive to Lincoln - Weren't Seen by , Chief He Met Stalled Vehicle and Gave Driver Lift. ..Lincoln, Neb., March 18. After spending the night In a farm house npar nolleee View, terrorizing the wo man and her young son, who were at home, the three convicts who Thurs- iv osmnfid from the Nebraska peni tentiary after killing the warden and two assistants, yesterday drove into Lincoln. Chief of Police Hunger, who was hunting for them, aided in get Htier them out of a snow drift, then al lowed them to continue on their jour ney. The chief did not see the men, who were hidden in a milk wagon, holding revolvers at the batk of the boy driv er, who told the officer he was on his way to deliver milk. The clew was given to the police afterward by the boy. It is the first trace of the fugitives. The three men came to the farm house shortly before 10 o'clock. They had been in haystacks In this vicin ity earlier in the evening but a search had proved fruitless. The men found a boy and his mother at home. They held up the couple and compelled them to keep them during the night. Early in the morning, they took a milk wagon and put the boy In with them. The party set out for the city. Shortly after 3 o'clock in the morn ing, the wagon stuck in a snowdrift near the home of Chief of Police Hun ger. The chief was just returning from a search when he saw the wagon stalled in the drift. The boy, with a revolver against his ribs, told the officer that he was driv ing to make an early delivery and the chief helped his horses through the drift nnri headed them up the alley to a naved street. The boy then drove to the railroad tracks in tne nonnern part of the city, where the men got. out. Both the boy and his mother were totrnrizpd. The convicts, according to the story told the police this morning by the boy. told his mother that If she telenhnned In and they were stopped they would kill the boy first. They told the boy that if either he or hU mother evor tnlkerl. thev would come back and kill them. The officers believe that the story js true, and are working on flip rlPW Governor Aldrich has declared that what he characterized as unjust criti cism of the prison management, Is responsible, in a large measure, for the outbreak of Thursday. He said that this had the effect of stirring up the convicts and tijat the penitentiary officials, from fear of in curring further adverse criticism of their methods, failed to take such stringent measures as would have oth erwise been enforced, thus making it easier for the prisoners to take ad vantage of their guards. Borah Entered In Race. Boise, Idaho, March 18. Senator William E. Borah for president is the slogan of the Idaho progressive Repub lican league launched here as a compromise In the battle being fougnt between the Taft and Roosevelt forces. It now is proposed that a solid Borah delegation be sent to the National Re publican convention ana in case that neither Taft or Roosevelt secures the nomination on the first ballot, to push the Idaho senator forward. MAINE IS SUNK IN WATERS OF THE GULF With Imposing Ceremonies Hulk Bur led Fathoms Deep Bodies of Her Crew Transferred to Another. Havana, March 18. Under lower ing skies and in a heavy sea, the old battleship Maine, resurrected after 14 years' burlel in Havana harbor, today plunged with her colors flying to her everlasting rest, six hundred fathoms deep in the waters of the Gulf. After imposing ceremonies in the morning, the coffins bearing the bod ies of the dead were taken aboard the armored cruiser North Carolina, where they were deposited on the quarter deck, covered by a great mound of floral tributes. Minute guns were fired by the North Carolina and the scout cruiser Birmingham, and the batteries of Cabanas fortress un til the ships cleared the harbor. For ten minutes no change was vis ible in the battered hulk which pitched heavily as the rollers struck her. Then she was seen to be sinking at the bulk-head and soon the waves began to wash over her deck. Wilson Claim Two-Thirds. Washington, March 18 The fl'-st definite estimate of the strength ot Governor Woodrow Wilson in the r.a. tlonal Democratic convention, given out by the Wilson headquarters'-Mn Washington today, claims 800 del pates for the New Jersey executive on the first ballot at Baltimore. The na tional convention will contain 1,1)9 delegates, and under the two-th;rls rnle, 730 will "be necessary for a ronn nation. The statement by the WlUcn managers predicts the choice of a so!':il delegation of 76 from Pennsylvania What Is In a Name? A Chicago man who hardly knew one tune fromv another made the mis take of taking a knowing woman to a concert at Orchestra hall. 'ihe se lections were apparently familiar to him, but when the "Wedding March of Mendelssohn was being played he began to evince some Interest. "That sounds familiar," he said. "I am not strong on these classical things, but that's a good one. What is it?" "That," gravely replied the woman, "Is the 'Maiden's Prayer.' " . Those Paroled Ones. No. G7.840 (just paroled) Wy, Tur tle, 'ow are you? Wot's doin' in d' biz?" His Old Pal Hullo, Chicken! Shake. Wot's new in d' biz? Nothin' much. Dere's a feller Invented a vault door dat's five year ahead of d" times! No. 67,840 Gee, dat'B bad! The Pal An' Skinny Moss has In vented a jimmy dat's five years ahead Of d' new door I PHYSICIAN SAID ECZEMA CAME FROM TEETHING "When mv little elrl was about rrht months old. she was taken with a very irritating breaking out, which came on her face, neck ana DacK. When she first came down with it, it came in little watery-like festers under her eyes, and on her chin, then alter a few days it would dry down in scaly, white scabs. In the daytime she was quite worrysome and would dig and scratch her face nearly all the time. "I consulted our physician and found Khn was sufferlne from eczema, wnicn h said came from her teething. . I used the ointment he gave me and without- nnv relief at all. Then i wrnto fnr n hook on Cutlcura and nur chased" some Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment at the drue store. I did as i fnnnrl directions In the Cutlcura Book let, and when she was one year old, slm was entirely cured. Now Bne is three vears and four months, and she has never been troubled with eczema since she was cured by the Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment" (Signed Mrs. Freeman Craver, 311 Lewis St., Syracuse, N. Y., May 6, 1911. Although Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment are sold everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will bo mailed free on application to' "Cutl cura," Dept L, Boston. Hit Only Complaint. Senator Beveridge, at a luncheon in New York,' was talking about the child labor problem. "Children are ,.ap plucky and so cheerful," he said, "we don't realize how horribly overworked they are till it's too late till their bodies and minds are stunted irretrievably. "I was once talking to a tiny errand boy at the height of the Christmas shopping season. He was working, I knew, 17 hours a day. As he walked sturdily along-with a mountain of par cels piled on .hls thin, narrow shoul ders, I said to him: - . " 'Do you like your Job?' '"Yes, sir,' he said; 'I like it -fine. Only ' "Here he grinned up at me gayly from beneath his load. "'Only I'm afraid I'm doing an au tomobile truck out of a job." No Wonder She Blushed. Two of the University of Pennsyl vania track runners passed a learned and preoccupied professor showing a young woman visitor through the "Gardens." With a dainty shiver, the girl re marked: "It's dreadfully cold isn't it to be without stockings?" The professor's mind turned for a moment from contemplation of the fourth dimension. "Then why did you leave them off?" he asked. Lipplncott's Magazine. Clever Youth. "Do you know," he said, "that every time I look at you I have thoughts of revenge?" "Why?" she gasped. "Because," he answered, "revenge is sweet." Tbn she told him she thought to morrow would be a good time to see papa. Summing It Up. . "Was the charity ball a success?" "Oh. yes, indeed. They say the gowns must have cost a half million at least." "And how much was raised for charity?" "Why, nearly $700. Wasn't that fine?" A lonir life and a merry one may be ex pected by those who use Garfield Tea, the natural herb regulator. For sale at all drug stores. A Diplomat. "Don't ask a girl for a kiss un less " "Unless yon want one?". "No, unless you don't." If you arde poorer than your rela tions it is easy for you to dodge them. When the Millennium comes Garfield Tea and Holy Church will not be longer needed. Usually a man is bis own Importance. a poor Judge of YftsMj mm m . . . 8UBTLC HUMOR. sicker. U ... r flhollv What's the time, old chap? I've an invitation to dinner at seven, and my watch isnt going. Gussie Why, wasn't your waicn Invited, too, dean boy? As It Sounded to Him. Young Fred was on his way to his grandmother's home. The train reach ed a small station. "Bunker Hill!"-'shouted the brake man, putting his head in at the door. "Bunker. Hill!" "Mamma, mamma!" demanded Fred, "What has she done that they treat her that way?" "What way, my child?" Inquired his mother. "Why, exclaimed Fred, "didn't the conductor say 'Bump her heels?'" It's Nature. "tvios nnvhndv ever win at a tea fight?" "Of course not. It is a drawn bat tie." a verv successful remedy for pelvic catarrh is hot douches of Paxtine An tiseptic, at druggists, 25c a box or sent. postpaid on receipt of price by The Paxton Toilet. Co., Boston, Mass. Quite So. "Pa, what is a 'tidy fortune?' " "A clean, crisp, ten-dollar bill, my son." As a corrective for lndlpestlon and a regu lator oi the system, no reineuy can cxixi iu purity and efficiency Garfield Tea. Bad luck is often but another name for poor management 21 Drop ot Blood Or a little wter from the human system when thoroughly tetted by the chief chemist at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel-Buffalo, N. Y., tells the story of Impoverished blood nervous exhaustion or some kidney trouble. Such examinations are made without cost and is only a small part of the work of the staff of physicians end surgeons tinder the direotion of Dr. R. V. Pierce giving the best medical advice possible without cost to those who wish to write and make full statement of symptoms. An imitation of natures method of restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and nervous force is used when you take an alterative and glycerio extract of roots, without the use of alcohol, such as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Which makes the itomaoh strong, promotes the flow of digestive juices, re stores the lost appetite, makes assimilation perfect, invigorates the 'ver and purines and enriches the blood. It is the great blood-maker, flesh-builder and restorative nerve tonio. It makes men strong in body, active in mind and cool in judgment. Get what you ask fori PUTNAM rVilnrmnr rnnrlahriirhter and faster colorsthan any oeanTglrnt Sfhout rigpfngaprT Write Naturally. Robert, at the age of twelve, was rrmrh nuzzled over one Question In his examination paper on civics. It ran, "If the president, vice-president, and all the members of the cabinet should die, who would officiate?" Rack ing his' brain In vain to remember the order of succession, a happy thought came to him, and he wrote: "The undertaker." Woman's Home Companion. A Quarter Century Before the public. Over Five Million Free Samples givea away each year. The con stant and increasing Bales from samples proves the genuine merit of Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes for Tired, Aching, Swollen Tender feet. Sample free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Parlez-Vous Francais? He Does she speak French at all? She Well, yes; but only enough to make herself unintelllgable. Judge. If you intend to do a mean thing, wait till tomorrow; but if you are go ing to do a noble thing, do it now. ovvy oyr. "bromo qtjivine." That Is LAXATIVB BROVO QU1NMNB. Loot tot the signature of K. W. UflOVB. Used the World over to Cora s Cold In One Day. tta. 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