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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY M NDAYY FEBRUARY JEBIlt ARY RY 21 1904
I rwuIo WREN 8 8000 O SWEDES S nrrr ffO 30600 30o b RUS RUSS1ALS I N J
A r Ume wben the stron strong and wek wekpelDta we weOs
A A 4 points of oftbe the armies and an4of fld navies naviesof JVq
of RUM and j Japan are minutely miDutet i
difcuaaed dJ di u uet se d and commented meDteti eX
upon ion by ex export exand ¬
port f nf and when the personalities penoaaU of the theruirs therUjrs 1
14 ruirs and graamto of tiM contending contendinge C4Ate I
4 tfe and the jutice utice of their i respec epecI
iv t I v causes causes auae are ar daily mbmltted for forpublic lor11uolic Torublic
public ublic judgment and Opinion a short shortecoimt abortunt ahtcUuflt
ecoimt cUuflt unt of horn ho Charles Chad XII the young 70unr 70unr1in 7OUI 7OUIi
iins 1in i I n Of f Sweden S edet1 at the tread of a heroic heroicJiUk h4CJAtk kJittle
JiUk army arB1 of o OOV loyal subject a Jit Jitfle
4 j fle t tI Ie < vr 200 years 7 H8 ago defeated de feafed Peter Peterthe Peterthl Peterthe
the Great reat of Russia Hu la and his hl army of ofooo otflJIO ofwill
I flJIO > ooo will no doubt prove of general ge geaera
iiitTtst iiitTtstHistory 1111 iJlTrstI1utry < nst
History lli Iry in thi case ea5 ca as a in many mal Y oth othtr o othproves t tr I
tr r proves that h lt victory does rot I Ot al alays ala alra
ra ays a attend tm army arm numerically the theftruugffct th thruftgst I
ftruugffct 1 1J1tg ruftgst > t but that eucecMr 8U more > often ofteniiiji ottcitit I Ifnd
iiiji tit ifldH Tds on resourcefulness decision decisioniui deci decitonUyk iQn i ijUIK
iui jUIK k action and the fact of < IC f knowing I
Low 110 and anc when to follow foUI up advantage advantagefeaimd advauta advautaaLTcd 8llj
feaimd aLTcd The Th following incident In nt further furtherHhovs furtherthws furtherthat
Hhovs that < horles XII whom the thetiU theat theat
tiU at Voltaire called the most o t extra extramdinary extral citraordinary
ordinary l man perhaps > rhap that t ever ap apj ap1are apjarud
j 1are arcti in the world 11 1 wa WM not only onlyLuSt n nrnost
LuSt 11 > St generous nerous and roblehfarted nobt hearted foe foebur foebur foelui
bur also jlo Jo a niofct strenuous 9tt nuoua exponentof exponentofTVUH
TVUH vflJ nJ t hasbeen hi been styled in I these latter latterila latterchn
ila chn j > < shirtsleeve 1 11rts een diplomacy He He1lf HeiIkd
1lf iIkd < d but little fith in the th nice ni e and andIntricate anlJntrkte andiitrhte
Intricate peace pea e impositions of f his own owntlirtouatie owntljpnnati owntlIrlouatic
tlirtouatie representatives repn ntatlves and those of ofhi ofl1i ofliis
hi liis orxtnies N > mies d infisied on conducting conductingIHHCC uadWtln uadWtlnt
IHHCC t f ap negotiations > goUatirJl himselfat hi tItat the placa placaYhMo placah p1ach
YhMo h f he h had gained the victors Tee TeeloHiiuing Tbetolllling The1oi1ving
loHiiuing historical incident also shows showsthe showsthe how8the
the duubledealirgs 8 of the Muscovite Muscoviteambassadors Mucoltealnbas MucovItei
i alnbas aiabasad ambassadors adors attached attachtd to Charles Charlescouit BarksCOUI harlesCiU
couit CiU t who hal sworn to preserve in inviliable inilaJlt Invi
viliable vi 1aljk peace peaceThe peaceTh peaceTh
The Th funder of If f the th Russian empire empireP emplrPft ernptrPitcr
P Pft Pitcr t < r the Great wrs w s ambitious of ofkig be being btJl1g ¬
ing a conqueror and he wanted a port portOr portUn portn
Or n the > east die de of the Baltic to facili facilitate faclUuHe facilttItQ ¬
tate uHe tb exeofction ex etion of his hi numerous numerousprhemw numerouafrh nwnerouahme
prhemw frh hme m He wanted the province provi of ofiJJiKiia ofiIKijj ofglid
iJJiKiia iIKijj glid to the northeast of Livonia The TheLjlvedes TheIIWcdtS TheWde
Ljlvedes Wde were in possession posses lon of it and andSrum and1iA
Srum 1111 them t f m he solved to take it by byand byn
b > n < and he therefore made e a Ieagu IeaguIt >
fn It > i rho Th klny khi of Poland to wrest wr st from fromuni tromw fromflhIii
w uni u IJ i Charles XII all the territories territoriesundcd territeritsotnthd 5 5Jioundtd
Jioundtd undcd by j the tJI e Uulf of Finland the theilti theJJaltk theI
I JJaltk atk ilti sea ea Poland P and Muscovy Vol Voltaire Volta Voltue ¬
taire ta Ire described the Swedes as well wellaSJ wellII wellactive
II aSJ Se e strongman trotJi1 > tt active and capable of ofenduring oteDdlring ofeithiring
enduring the greatest reatest fatigue want and andhimsrer andmmgfr andhrnr
himsrer Born with a military mll gentee genteeaf4 aoe enIn enInfii
af4 fii high spirit they are ttwee v vt brave bravetl bravet1Iln
t1Iln t tl > in a industrious having lone neglected neglectedand JiegJectec1Ji1
and Ji1 Hell at present but little cultivat cultivating cultivatlug ¬
lug 1 th thee j art arta of commerce COIIIt1 ecauflereeR commerceBendy eIee eIee3dy
Bendy R dy For Wan WaWJteaJiztng WirJzt WanB
JteaJiztng B aMztg zt the danger which beset eect bis biscountry Jalacoutry biet
t country Charles erI who formerly had hadbeen hadJeen hadbeen
been icni lnlor of gayety and dress rel3 resigned resignedhi re lgned lgnedh
hi h magnificence and indulged no longer longeri
i Ia sports and recreations r reatloR81 but ut hence henceforth henee1orUt henceforth ¬
forth never J1 er clad otherwise than n us a 9 a acommon aCOIRmon acommon
common soldier He H hardly ever assist assisted assisted assisted ¬
ed at the council ilof of state but at this thiscritical scrtUcal thiscritical
critical moment his councillors hap happened bappeDed happened ¬
pened to hold a deliberation hi his hI pres presence Wetllce es esenee ¬
ence concerning tO CfminJ the dangerous da situ situfttion sltuAdo situatlon
fttion Ado ot affairs Some of t the members membersto memberspQpcsed I Iproponed
proponed to avert the storm by nego negoItatkms n negottIoe5 o otllltloft8
Itatkms whenr hen 11 of ora a sudden lIudd Charles Charlesarose CharlesAIOie Charlesarese
arose vfth fth 11 an air 01 of o gravity and assur assurance a aseuraug ur uraacr ¬
ance aug JIM Wk a man of superior cons consq consiwence
4 iwence ence who has ha lirn < hugen hJ n his side sideGentlemen 8ideDtJeme sideGeutkme
Gentlemen DtJeme HI 1Jid id he I am resolved resolvednever re8Oh resolveInever j jnever
never to begin all m unjust war nor ever evert everto r rto
t to ttnteg injj just one but by the t doatruc doatructtofi d40MrunOR dstruclIon
nOR or iSy M eneiiiiep eI lJIif > p My resolution is isilXHi Iefl isflaw
flaw fl I will attack atta < kthe the first that shall shalldeclare sna1dee snaIdeeegaU
declare dee deeegaU ASH Upt me and nd after f ha bin binconqaered VIlIS VIlIScenqueftd via viaconquered
conquered him 1 hope I shall be able abl to tostrike u ustrike thstrike
strike terror into In to the 11IIt rt The Tb old oldcouucilkp oldcowaciln oIdcouucilkIs
couucilkp were rt astonished at this dec declaration l lJaration deelaration
laration of their king but they dared darednot daftdJIOt daredot
not ot reply They received ived Ala orders for forthe fortile forthe
the war with ith admiration admirationChart admirationCIauI admirationCbai
Chart Cbai at one oawteok took the U UcUsp iMive iMivedispatched ve veW
dispatched cUsp teed W a fleet to e Gopenfcaeac the theDanish uDaallllt th thDsnIalt
Danish capital and defeated the army armyand arm armaa armyMi
and Mi navy of the3ci fhei411iC40C 4 > t Denmark Iti whi whiwas wh whWU wh3wag
was in league ue with Peter 5 the Great GreatHgainst Greaqatt Greatagainst
against Charles In a war which lasted lastedless lastedleu lastedless
less than six weeb we weak diaries was then thenn
18 1 years old Exactly sactly 7 at this time the theking tbekIDa th thw
w king of Poland invested Riga the cap capital caJr caJrltal capItal ¬
ital of Livonia mod the csar was ad advancing ador adsiie1ng ¬
vancing or the eMIt at the head of near nearly nearly
ly 7 KWWO men Rig Riga was defended ded by bythe bythe bythe
the old Count Dalbtrg a Swedish gen general gencml n neral ¬
eral eral who bo at the age of 80 O joined all allthe alltile allthe
the Are of youth yoni Ii to the experience of ofsixty oflxQ ofsixty
sixty campaigns em1 15n He baffled all the ef effort erfon effort ¬
fort fon of the enemy en my and the king of ofPoland otPoland ofPoland
Poland after despairing of being able ableto ableto ableto
to taJte the town laid hold of an hon honoraMe bonlallleJt boacab4e
oraMe lallleJt pretext for raising the siege siegewhich siegewhich siegewhich
which he did The only thing thn that thatCharles tbatbad thatCbarle
Charles had now to do toward the fin finishing finishIDa Snishlug ¬
ishing of his first campaign was wa it to toinarch toliltM tomareb
inarch against his rival in glory Peter PeterAMetbvttcli Pet PeterAIIbvUeb r rA
AMetbvttcli A TUCb He was vj the more ex exmted coxated cxa
a ated mted againt acain t him as there were wereat wereS ere ere2t
2t S 1 at Stockholm three Muscovite am amiMtfadet amf amI
I iMtfadet 1 who had lately sworn to the therenewal tilerenewal thef
f f renewal of an inviolable pence p ufe Poe Poaseeaed PoSeNe Poesessed
seeaed of the most incorruptible integ integrity inte intelity integrity ¬
rity h Meould he could not conceive how a legis legislator legiBItor legislater ¬
later Ilk UJre the czar should make a Jest Jesttit jP1ftIt Jestof
tit It jttaXt wlsittbught Aught ucht to t be held sacred sacredThe sacredhe credo
The he emperor perer of Muscovy had just justIivbUabed Ju Justpublished t tIttll
published U8hed a manifesto in which he al alIflSe a aJecet aIed
IflSe Jecet ga a > the therfasun wason rta T1 of the war the lit little Jit11e litlie ¬
e lie respect t that had been n showrv him himrbe himrhetr hintrh
E rbe rhetr rh be went incognito to Riga and the theJttravagant thelttravqant the1tiraant
< Jttravagant prirt his ambassadors aD1h ambassadorslad ambiissadorlad lSsa9on lSsa9onI
lad I been be obliged to pay for provision provisionHtfeb IfOislonere
l4 Htfeb Were ere the mightyx mighty injuries for fortrMeft folwJalelt forwhIe
trMeft be rava ravagd pd d Ingria With S9009 S9009rttea SOOWIeta SOOUJien
rttea At the head of this thi great army armyDie arm armhe arrnlIe
Die Ie appeared appeaJ < d Lefore Iicf a c Narva on not Ckt 1 1and 1aad 11fld
and Charles XII at once advained a lvali < li to toit toIts i iita
it Its relief The be1 be Muscovites had 137 1 13O > > 0 can canoo canbut canbut
= oo but Were ere hardly able t to < > make lilsktieach a aIrreach awreach
Irreach while hUe th artillery artiIlt of Xarva XarvarnoWed XarvarJlOwed NarvaaeWed
rnoWed drfwn tt t every < ry discharge di < haf e whole wholenks wholof wholenks
nks of the rnemy rny in their trenches trenchesNarva of croehesNarva > Hhes HhesMa
Narva Ma wtfs almost I o t without fortiflea fortifleaSns fortiticaV ortifiCtlBaftJn
V Sns ns Baron Horn who commanded commandedere commandedthere
there ere had hadnot not 1000 regular tro troops > j s and andS nd ndft
3 et Peter1 Pt hnEwn IrnlnenfrP Un p army could not re reduce redaee reduce ¬
S duce it hi six w Wt s + eks KP On X 10 < v ir the thec i iCI
4 c CI ar teamed > d that the king f Sweden Swedenhad Swed Swedeiad n I
had acI CTMPcd d tb t tlt i sa a with 200 trarsports trarsportssad trat sports gportswar sportssea
sad wail advancing to the relief of Kar KarT KarThe XarThe Nara NarThe
a war T
The Swedes vcre l1 vcre ore not above ab 20000 20000trMU 20000Not O06sot
trMU Not ioTitent 4 HtpUt with ttOOOO hOOOOtbe s 000 men menthe menthe
the evtir resolved to oppose to Charles iharlestnoCbfr lharleInotltfr Charlesirothr
tnoCbfr army still lill and tc t < check ehf > ek his hisprafeness hisj his3rers
prafeness j s at every eI step 8t p He lad al already aleady ¬
ready 1 given Ipn CTlrs nIn for or the march of ofJM otn ofa
a JM S men n vho were advaiKJnp from fromJleacov fromPlem fromj55OV
Jleacov with treat reat expedition and re reelT rtoht yesiyei
elT oht siyei i to shut up UI Charles XII between betweentwo rntwetnf bctweentwo
two f wo armies a Im t > g A detachment d acbmeDt of 30000 30000Ttien 30000mn OOO OOO11e
Ttien 11e from the ciimj am before Xarv XalJj was wa waell
3 eefed ied ell at a teagrues latgu diatanc di taoc from the theVtf theIt
Vtf It directly in the king ot Swedens Swedensroad 8wetltngnl1
4 road j 20000 Stnlitz were placed fur furt fur11fr furir
t WT off upon the same rent IOt I and 5000 5000tticrs fiOOO1n I000licrs
tticrs 1n composed an advance guard guardivtore guardI
ivtore I i ore reaching reachll1 th camp c mp which was wasi wastifi wastilled
i i lined tifi d with a rampart and double doublesse
sse st Charles must necessarily nece Stlrily force forceris forcej forceway
ris j way through all these troops The Thekins TheII Theuig
kins II uig < if > f Sweden had landed at Pernau Pernauthe Pernauj
j the t tj 1to gulf f of Riga with about 1SOOO
1 allllllUIe md nI little more m r than 4OW horse horseBefore horslne horseBefore
Before ne the Enemy EnemyKrun Bnemy1II11
Krun 1 Pernao he made a flying ayjogmarch ayjogmarchYd ingmarch ingmarchLevcI march
1 Uevrl Yd followed byall b bY allloJale hie cavalry cavalryu c alry alryi
u i by i only 4000 fool He always alwaysi
1 arched in the van an of Hi Ii his army m rnw with withiut wlthlllt withIt
iut It waiting for f r the rear He soon soonfiind tIOOI1funr1 soonf
fiind f and himself with his S990 80 men only onlyl onlyI
I l h > fore fI the first post of the enemy He Heiirmidiateiy Hej HeinadiateIy
iirmidiateiy j dlJidhtt ly resolved without tho th least leastitation leastsiration eutJlirationto
Jlirationto < itation < to attack altackthejii them one after an anhrr anI anhr
I hrr h btfpre bd re they coud poe1Wy Iciirn Iciirntii 1 Icernii1 lln llntit
tit what hat a small number they had to toi tojglije totigige
i ligaRo The Muscovites seeing the thevedes thewedfS thevcdeS
> vedes come upon them imagined that thatth thattho thatF
F th tho y had a whole army to encounter encounteriiiid eneeuntercud
iiiid it nd the advanced guard of 5000 men menToBted mensted I
1 ToBted sted ted among rocks a station where whereJ0 wherel I
J0 l resolute imn might have stoped stopedt
t ae tlf c march of a Urg i wgeananJ1e4 anay fled at their theirt
t S 1 t approach ap roa h The T1teiB S Wt men Me tbat layV lay
JI V 1 < hind them th ln perceivin pe the t flight of ofhfir oflf ofioir
hfir lf fellow soldiers tbbls too1 th tb alarm alarmrt
j
rt carried their terror terro W wiitbezn ltnera them into intoij I IHi
< ml Hi ij All the posts 1era werearrIed were piirried f ed in intr intto intv
tr tto o diy < anJ aii what upon other occa ¬
sion sous would have been reckoned dk ed three threeKiog threedistinct
djl5tln distinct Victories dtct not retard the theklnp the1 the1kIng 1
kIng klnp E march for the tb pace Of f one on hour hourHe hourHe I IHe
He appeared then at last with his kl I
1 100 80 men exhausted by tile fatigues fat s of ofso ofso I
so long a march before the camp c of otSO of80eO
80 80eO 6t Muscovites defended by b 150 ISOpiece
piece of cannon and scarcely jy allow allowing al1o al1oIne ¬
ing hi h18 troop aay time th Jvr rest p he in instaHtly Inttl7 j jstQtly
staHtly gave ot eMf orgt rm far the attack attackTh at attackTbt k
Th The sign lJUI was two t imttket t shots shotsand shotsand
and the wstchwerd wateJnrmWM wtehw tid TW was S With 1th ththe the aid aidof aidof aidof
of God A A general ofileer having rep represented represented ¬
resented to him the greatness of the thedanger thfda thedanger >
danger da he said What Do you ou not notthink notthink I
think that with my 8000 brave Swedes SwedesI i iJ
I may easily beat SOOM 86 nUs Russians Liusslanst lan r rBut
But t soon after teartn fearing that what he hebad helei hebad
bad said lei migltt II Ivor vor too much of gas gasconade cuI gasconade ¬
conade he ran after the officer and andsaid andsaid i
said to him Are you not of the same sameopinion sameoplpl sameepl
opinion epl iun Have Bet I a double advan advantage advantaie ¬
tage over the enemy one n ne that their theircavalry theircavain theircavy
cavalry can be of no service rvlce to them themthe themtks I Itile
the other ber that th the place being betis narrow narrowtheir narrowtheir j jtlib
their number wilt incommode In mod them themand themnd themand
and nd thus In reality I saaft S be stronger strongerthan stnlft strongerthan r 1 1tb
than tb an they theyThe tbe theyThe J JThe
The officer ocer did 4W not can to differ differfrom dr4om 1
from tfomhtm him and thce t they tbe tbeagainst marched marchedagainst e4 e4against
against the Muscovites Mu about midday middayon
on Nov No 30 1700 As soon as their can cannon cannon cannon ¬
non had made a breach In their in intrenchments intrenchm intrenchmonts
trenchments trenchm nts the Swedes advanced with withfixed withltxed ith ithfixed
fixed bayonets having a furious show shower bower ¬
er of snow on their backs which drove drovefull drovetull drovefull
full in the face of the enemy The Rus Russians RU8slaDli Russlans ¬
sians stood the ahoek for half haUa6 at ft ehur ehurwithout hur hurwithout
without flinching The he kin king made kt ktattack his a18a histaek
attack a tack upon the right r t of the camp campwhere eaJQlwhere cepwhere Ii Iiwitbout
where the czars quarters lay la hoping
fo come to an encounter r with him as ashe ash <
he h did not know that Peter the Great Greathad Greatbad Greathad
had gone in ovest est of 4MM men who whowere Wbowere whowere
were daily expected e pectM to arrive arriveKing arriveXiRg arriveKing
King Is Shot in the Neok ITeokAt NeokAt NeokAt
At the first discharge dl of the enemys enemysmuskets enemJ enemJmuakew enemysmusketa
muskets the king of Sweden received receiveda
a shot S hut it in ttte neck but a WI it was as a aspent aSIlent aspent
spent ball it lodged in the toNs fo4 of fete itlblack hisblack feteHis
black neckcloth and did him no harm
His horse was killed under him and andmounting andr andmounting
mounting r another anolberbor horse e with great greatagility greatacUity greatagility
agility he h said These fellows make makeme makeme makeme
me go through many exercises and andcontinued andccnt4nned I
continued ccntin to fight and give orders with withthe withthe
the same presence ce of mind mindAfter After an anengagement anengqement anengagement
engagement of three hours the en entrenchments entrenclunents entienchments ¬ I
trenchments were forced on all sides sidesThe sldeThe sidesThe
The king pursued the right of the en enemy encray ¬
cray emyas as far as the River Narva with his hfeleft k kleft hisleft
left wing of about 4000 men who were werein wereIn werein
in pursuit of nearly 40SDt 4t The bridge bridgebroke i ib
broke b ke under the fugitives and the nrer nrerWag tiTer ierwas I
Wag 0 immediately filled with dead car carcuacec carTbe carcsases
cuacec The remainder returned to totheir totbelr totheir
their camp without knowing whether whetherthey whttherthey whitherthey
they went and finding some barracks barrackstlwy barrackstksyto
tlwy tksyto too poNt behind them themThere themTbefe themThete
There they tk defended themselves them elve a awhile awhII I
while whl a a8 they the were not able to make maketheir maketlteir maktheir
their escape apebut but at last their generals generalstJoItorovkl generalstlOIgorovki
tJOigorovki Golovkin and Federo Federovitelfr Federo1tChsurrendered I Itellsurrendered
vitelfr tellsurrendered surrendered themselves to the theking tbeking theking
king and laid their arms at his feet feetand feetand I IlUtti
and while tie they were presenting them themt
t him the Duke de Grey Cr the com commander commR coinmusder ¬
mander mR der in eh chief t of the Xlueaian 1tue ku fan sfan forces forcescame fOrcesup forces3flt
came 3flt up and surrendered himself hlm elf with withthirty withthirty I Ithirty
thirty officers oftI ers Charles received all allthese aUtl alltLese
these tl e prisoners of distinction with as asmuch 83much a amuch
much civility and politeness as if he bhad behad hehad
had been n paying them the honors of ofan ofan ofan
an entertainment in his own court courtHe courtHe courtHe
He detained none but the general Ieral of officers 0 0leers offt ¬
leers ficersAll leersAI ft ers ersAl
All Al the subalterns 8 and common sol soldiers 891dtfrs aoldiers ¬
diers were disarmed and conducted to tothe tothe tothe
the River Narva wherethey where they weres weresup weresuppiled weresupd p pplied
plied d with fth boat for pawing g over and andaftowtd ando1nd andsflowed
aftowtd to return to their t tr own eden country 1mtIT edentry ¬
try In the mean meantime time night came on onand OftaDd onand
and the right wing of the Muscovites Muscovitesstill lU8001testIlI Muscoiitesstill
still tIlI continued < the fight ft t The Swedes SwedesTHEY SwedesTHEY SwedesTHBY
THEY BELIEVE IN INBachelors MARRYING MARRYINGaaoh1ors HARRYINGaohors
Bachelors Do D DeNotCount UotCJoitnt Not ou lt For Much MuchAmong MuchAmong MuchAmong
Among Savages SavagesChicago SavngesCbi SavagesChicago
Chicago Cbi p Chronicle ChronicleSavage Chroniclesagemaa ChronicleSavage
Savage sagemaa ma wi It IL almest everywhere everywherea
a marrying marrying man Often Oft he is a much muchmarried much11arrt muchnarried
married 11arrt man He H abhors the single singlestate stogiestate singlestate
state Old maids and old bachelors are arerare arerare arerare
rare in all savage va and barbarous b8r OU8 com communiUe comnunitle cornnunltiea
muniUe The rule is to marry J early eariyand earl earland earlyand
and sometimes sometl ne also aJ o to marry often oftenHere ottenHere oftenHere
Here is one point of difference and a acotable aeotable anotable
notable one between uncivilized and andclvilUtd andch1Ukd andcirilized
clvilUtd societies In the second vol volume volurne ol olume ¬
ume of his History ry of European Mor Morals Mrals Merais ¬
als Mr r Lecky points out that In no nohighly nohf nohialdy
highly hf talY civilteed dvtl society lIOCiet71s i Is marriage gen general general genera ¬
eral era on the theftr first t development of the thepaMtooa Olepa thepaiuna
paMtooa pa and that the continued ten tendency tendency tendency ¬
dency of increasing 1nao knowledge e is to torender torender torender
render such marriages more rare The Theopposite TheopPoftte Theopposite
opposite of this general rule which is ischaractertetlc Ischaracteristic ischaracteristic
characteristic of ofm08t most cIvilized peo peoples peopIe peoplea ¬
pIe finds expression in cases where wherechildren WMrechndren wherechfldren
children are pledged ple in marriage even evenbefore evenbefore evenbefnre
before they are born among am l the Tala Taiamanca Talamanca Talamanca
manca Indians where a bride Is gen generally gnaUy n nrally ¬
rally aUy frem 10 to 14 years oUT oh among amongcertain a11JOl1gcertain amongcertain
certain other Central C Amerjcaa tribes tribeeivhere trlJHiIJhere tribesltrhere
vhere here the parents try to get a wife wifefor wltefor wifefor
for their son when he is 8 to 10 years yearsold yearold yearsoiI
old among the tIwIGuia Guiaoas aa where as asAzara aaAzara asAzara
Azara says ay lithe the girls who marry marrylatest mArrytalefCt marry1laiest
1laiest latest marry at the age of I among amongmost amongmOf amongmost
most mOf t of the Australian tribes where wherenearly wherenearly re renearly
nearly all the girls are betrothed at atan atan atan
an extremely early age se among the theSantaK thental theantale
SantaK antale ntal where a arult lad HMBflee as a a arole arub
role about the age a e of If 1 or 17 and a agirl aI agirl
girl I at Po t that of 15 li and among < the theKandhs theKandhs theXandhs
Kandhs where a boy marries when whenhe whenlie whenhe
he reaches Ills tenth or twelfth year yearhis 71bi yearhis
his bi wife being usually about four years yearsoder yearsoJder yearsoder
oder oderSo oJderHo oderSo
So strong is the sentiment in favor favorof fanorof favorof
of marriage marr among uncivilised races racesthat racestha racesthat
that t a person who doe not marry is islooked Istooked islooked
looked upon almost a aa an unnatural unnaturalbeing usmaturalbeing
being 1 or at any an rate is disdained tlI It Iti Iti Itis
i i is or was we 8 a matter of universal al belief beliefin
in Fiji toot he who died without bay having bayng v vlag ¬
lag ng been married was stopped on the theread tbeftad thersad
read to paradise by the god Nanggmn Nanggmnajngga Nangpnangga Nangganangga
angga and smashed to atoms The TheSantals TheSantals TheSantals
Santals regard r gard the obstinate bachelor bacheloras
as little better than a thief and not notat notat notat
at all better than a witch and both bothcxe both8tX1 bothsexes
sexes cxe treat him with supreme con contempt eontt contempt ¬
tempt tt > mpt In Kaffir karaals a bachelor bachelori bachdorlias bacheJorhas
i has no voice In Tlascala a man of ofi offull offull
i full age who refused refu e to marry had hadhis badbis hadhis
his hair cut off for shame In Korea Koreaon
on the authority of the Rev John JohnRoss JohnRoss TohnRoss
Ross the male human being who whois thoIs whois
is unmarried is never called a man manwhatever manhat manwhattver
whatever hat er his age but goes by the name nameof nameof ulineof
of yatow a name given by the Chi Chiaese CJlte ChiRese
aese e to unmarriageable young 7OU girls girlsand girlsand r rand
and a man of 13 or 14 14hu has a perfect perfectI perfeetlright irfeetright
I right to strike abuse and order about abouti aboUtthe aboutthe
i the yatoV atow of 30 who dare not so soi 110much somuch
i much as open his lips to complain complainModem complainM complainModern
Modem M m Hindoos honor mamlas eo eohigbly o ohighly ohighly
highly that no bachelor is ever con conulted conaulted eonsuited
suited on any important affair all and andthe aDdtbt andthe
the > man who cannot be Induced Ind to mar marry marry marry ¬
ry is looked lOOk upon as beyond the pale paleof paleof paleof
of nature natureIn natureIn
In nats Jtfpan J n as in Cina celibacy ib is isboth Isboth Isboth
both escvewed e wed and tabdoeti ta ed and in the thelatter thelattcr thelatter
latter country Pecla specially y it Is all but butimpossible butimpossIble butimpossible
impossible to avoid marsgt nmndase be you youformed youIobust yourobust
robust t istilPa An wen formed or ct ctformed dsformed
formed Indeed if a Chinese Chi be sick sickwith si sickwith < k kWith
with a disease which is practically in incurable incurable incurable ¬
curable his parents will by no means meanspuffer meansfufrer meanssuffer
puffer Mm to die until theY have e pro procured proutd procured ¬
cured him a wife Nay so Indispen Indispensable Indt8 indispensable n nFable ¬
sable is marriage considered among amongthis amongtbias amongthis
this people observe I Dr > r Westerma Westermarch Wester Westermarck
march ma k that even the dead are mar married married mariled ¬
ried Thus the spirits of all males maleswho maleswho
who 00 die in infancy or In boyhood are arein arpIn areIn
in due time married to the spirits of offemales orfemales offemales
females
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Not Pleasant PleasantPhiladelphia P PleasantPhll4elpbla ensant ensantPhlla4el1hla
Philadelphia Public Ledger LedgerHis LecJgerHis LedgerHis
His CJiri OlrDidnt Didnt you and papa come cometo cometo
to terms tfermaH
H HOh Oh ye yeeer yeserhecame er be came am to term termbut termfhut termshut
hut they 1M were ere so wrID warm I didnt wait waitto waitto waitt
to t listen h = ten to them
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had h dnot1oet not toet more than thgn iMo mon robn Eight EightthousandMuscovites EightUJOU88 Eighttousa
thousandMuscovites UJOU88 Musoovitea 1UkGteshad had bm n killed killedin ktll ktllin
in their intrenchmeuts Intrenehm ts many were weredrownedKMtny weredrowne4 weredrowned
drowned drownedKMtny many had crossed the river riverand rherand riverand
and yet et there he still tIlI remained in the thecamp themp theemp
camp mp a sufficient number to cut off the theSwedes tb tbSwedes theSwedes
Swedes to the last man But say sayVoltaire sa saYoltalre saiVoltaire
Voltaire in hie description deacr > tion of the battle battlethe battletbe battlethe
the toes of bttlea H hOt t SO 0 much ow owing owIng W ¬
ing I Of to the number nu of the killed ds ts to tothe tethe tothe
the timidity UD d o 0 those th 1t tO h Xsurvtve XsurvtveThe J3UrhThe jiurtvOThe
The king employed the sinull rimalnof rimaln rdmaiSof a1
of the day da in seizing selztn upon 1 tHe th eenesny8 enemyartillery enemy enemyuartillery
artillery He B tOtift tob RIZ1Drt Tt pSSSgfifrW Jlft Ot f iff ad advantageous ac1antageou advantageous ¬
vantageous post J between the camp and andthe aMthe andthe
the city dt where he slept a few hournpou hour hoursnpQu
npou the ground wrapped up in hi hiclank his bilstl8ak hiscloak
clank intending at daybreak to fall fallupon fallu fallupon
upon u a the left l ft wing ing of the enemy enem which whichwas wblckwas whichWas
was was cot yet y t entirely muted mutedThe runtedThe WiltedThe
The Surrender Surrenderait
But at 2 oclockJalJie oclOck odoek7n iim the JntfrtfiBgten JntfrtfiBgteneral mdIin iii ten tenera tien tiencml
era Yede ede wito shi cotfttnijaded coUI dedJhat that win winmmag wiiighaving vvin vvinhariBg
having beard of the t1OUILrKQ rfions r reoOflIosi reoOflIosithe a9Jtio a9Jtiothe Uoa
the thekinJ king had giveft aJv in lI11e he other otb geafflWfl pen penernie Jl JlIritfI
ernie and of Ws JKWngaismI D lsmt311d Sfl eli M Mthe
the subaltern SUb altern omcers and soldiers sent sentgwait 8
a eaget to rftS he twUkt VS12Mgfaet
gwait llwntite WlI the drmft t1M11Wtir iMme flWbi f The Tli esn esnqueror t tqueror
queror r replied re Ued that tJu t If he SlioUlfl 110 utd hav it itprovided It Itptolded itpfovided I
provided he would come at the head Of Ofhi Ofhis
hi his troofp tro and make tfieltt tti lay I their theirarms theirarms I Ianna
arms and colors eoI rs at his feet Soon after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the general appeared peared with W his Musco Muscovites MuacOvites IUBCOUps ¬
vites Ups to the number lIurnWrof of about aboutThey aboutThey 80001 80001They
They marched both soldiers and of offleers ofbrs ofers
fleers ers with tu their Jteads ds uncovered uncoveredthrough uncoeredtltrougb iiicovcredthrough
through Ie less than 7W 1 Swedes The Thesotdiers Thedie I IaOldters
sotdiers die m as they ey jaSBed hed the kin king thrcv thrcvtheir tbre tbretheir threytheir
their guns n and awerdpi a r upon the th ground groundand groundand
and the bittcers o Dredehted r t1fed him with withtheir withtb withtheir
their tb ensigns and colors colorsHe egiorsno fer ferfa
He caused ca the whole Of Site trailUtud trailUtudto e
to be conducted over o r the fiVer without withoatdetaining withoutdetaining
detaining a stogie ln8ieseldler soldIer Had ad he h kept keptthem keptthem keptthem
them the number of prlsoqers would at atleast atlelu atleast
least lelu t have been five times tkn S greater than thanthat thsnthat thanthat
that of the tla conquerors After thl thlCharles t11 this thisCharles
Charles XII entered victorious into intoNarva intoNarva
Narva accompanied lby by the Duke 4e 4eCroy doClor
Croy and other r general eft8r8JOm officers ertl of th thMuscovites tllll tlllllIu tlitMuscovlts
Muscovites lIu ltes He entered ebtfredthe11 their swords swordsto
to be restored rMteredto to them all and know knowing 100 100Ing knOwlug
ing that they wanted money < and thtrt thtrtthe thatthe
the merchants of Narva would Quid not lend lendthem lendthem I
them any h Ie sent a thousand ducats ducatsto
to the Duke de Croy and five hundred hundredto hundred1 hundred1to d deveI
to ev every o Muscovite Mv ovUeofflcr officer who could couldnot couldnot
not sufficiently admire the civility CIVII ity of ofthte otthl8 I Ithis
this suo suotftCleRtly treatment of which hle1 thay were tJte in incapable I Icapable Incapable ¬
capable of forming the lh least le st concep conception COI1cettJon conceptIon > ¬
tion An account of the victory iiJor wa waimmediately WM WMimmediate wasImmediately
immediately immediate drawn up at at Narva and andsent anilsent andsent
sent to Stockholm and the allies of ofSweden afSweden ofSweden
Sweden but the king expunged with withlite withhis with withhis
his own hands every ever circumstance clrQumsta Q ih ihthe InUte litthe
the relation that tended too much t tlite thJs to tolila
lila own honor or seamed S to reflect reflectupon re reilectupon eat
upon the czar czarBefore czarEefore I I
Before he had proceeded half way waythe ay 1ft 1ftthe t tthe
I
the head of 40OW 40 troops hoping to tosurround
surround the youthful Charles XII oh ohall Ottall I IaU
all sides 8Jd the czar received intelligence intelligenceof I
of the th utter rout of his h hi troops at t Nar Narva NarVa ¬ I Ia
va a He returned home me with a deter determined determined dotermined ¬
mined resolution Iution of disciplining hi hitroops h htroops his histroops
troops at the same time that he civll civlliaed civllbed civilIsed
bed his subjects Moscow Io cow his capital capitalwas capitalwall capitalwas
was in the tumost terror and conster consternation consternation coasterratioii ¬
nation at the news ne of this defeat der at Such Suchwas Suchwas Suchwas
was the pride and Ignorance of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people that they tbe actually imagined that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they had been conquered by b a power powermore powermore powermore
more than human and that the Swedes Swedeswere Swedfilwere Swedeswere
were so many magicians This opinion opinionwas oplnloRwu oplnlohwas
was so general genera neral that t fL public publicprayorS publicprayorSwere prayer prayerwere prayori prayoriwere
were ordered or red to be put up to St Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas ¬
olas the patron of Muscovy tua oj on the theoccasion t480CCUi0D theoccasion
occasion White the Muscovites were werethus 1utu werethus
thus complaining I ol Cfialr tTf fr defeat d l t to St StNicholas StNichela8 t tNicholas
Nicholas Charter XII returned thanks thanksto thaA thaAto
to God and prepared himself for new newvictories
I victories victoriesWHAS victoriesWEAT
ictorle8WJIkT
WHAS WE BUT AT PANAMA PAWAKAThe PANAMAThe
1 1The
The Whole Canal Business Btsiness Summed SummedTJp Smpmed SmpmedUJ S SU1
TJp > in a Few Paragraphs ParagraphstBooklovers Patagr ParagraphsBookloers p ptBookIoverslh <
tBooklovers tBookIoverslh Magazine MagazineWhat M saziiie saziiieWhat zlne zlneWhat
What ha AU Uncle Sam actually actu l1 bought boughtor
or contracted to buy bu at Panama Pa ma Let Letu Letu Letus
u u take account of stock These ThEIehe The ate atethe arethe
the he item itemThirty ite iteThirtytbouAnd ztenisThirty =
Thirty ThirtytbouAnd thousand acreg ac acre of ground at atterminate atterminals atteradnais
terminate and along th t the route routeTwo routeTwo routeTwo
Two thousand four hundred awl amithirtyone a1l1thlrtycme awlthIrtyon
thirtyone buiMmge Includinc ncluUn offices ofHcefcquarters om omquartent officesquartera
quarters storehouses es shops hospitals hospitalsand bospttaktand hospttalrand
and terminal alicia shejAn 8be 8beAn aliciaIt
An It Immense hntn nse collection of dredges dredgestus dredgestuT
tu tus barges excavators cars loce locemotlvee loeemotlve Ieeemotives
motives and other m 2nnclInory cMnery and ap appliances nppiiaices p ppllarce8 ¬
pliances not cons consldered OII81 > eMd QeT d of much jrfei jrfeiat n neAt iseat
eAt at value valueWork valliey valueWork
Work y ork done f by the old and the new newFrench ne1 ne1French newFrench
French companies ni with an cBtIAlllltejnn1Oal estimated estimatedremoval estimatqremoval
removal of about 3BWDOfl cubic yards yardsof ar arof
of material at a cost of otn a little more morethan morthan morethan
than 88 s S0S000 S0S000Maps 0rOM 0rOMMaps 000 000faps
Maps and and drawings and nd the records recordsgathered recon1sgt recordsgathered
gathered gt e by the French engineers engineersvalued enghieersvalued ers ersyalue
valued at 42000000 42000000The 2 oOoeo oOoeoThe OW OWThe
The Panama railway Including Iudfl three threesteamships tbreesteamships threesteamships
steamships steamshipsFor
For then thete f vral l Items It ms the second secondor se o 1 1or
or New N Preach ooatoiiitf CCIIRs is to receive
10000000 Tventyfour T millions of ofthle oftl11tlt ofthis
this amount less obligations will be beturned beturn beturned
turned turn over to the old company which whichhad whi whichhad h hhad
had spent 8P1tat at Oil tine Un of Its collapse collapsenearly collapsenearly Ilap e enearly
nearly 1250000000 250000 50 W largely in promo promot promoUon promoThe
t Uon n nTMie
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The rpn3tle r nt1ae of PMNuna aj fe to receive receiveimmediately re re1veiiflmedtotely tvehUmedlatel
immediately 1 lfljM90M l0O00 and annueJly annueJlyafter ADnUollyatter ahinuallystter
after nfcie h y rmrs ar > tire sum JR sum m ff f f9WW 9i Oei4 Oei4The ttt
The United Un tj State gates at received retb from fromPanama fromPanama om omPanama
Panama the grant of a strip siri of land landfive landlive andfive
five mite Wide ide oroa OB each side of of1he of1heC8ft41 the thecanal Ibecanal
canal We are also te tebecome become sponsors sponsorsfor spOBSOrsfor sponsorsfor
for the ontmoance of good order orderthroughout ordertb orderthroughout
throughout tb lQut the t new republic republicThe republicThe pu lic licThe
The total excavation avatloJ1 yet Y l to o be don donto donI donis <
to estimated e ina ted at about 96000000 800000 cubic cubicyards cubicI cubIcyards
yards not including the work at the theBebio thenOblO theBobjo
I Bebio dam and the Qigante Ot Dte spillway splll ay
The Tb completion complet of tfee e canal to a depth depthof
I of Q thirtysix feet rom oce oecn n to ocean oceana
a distance of > f fiottyufne tr blne miles nn i Is exi exiJ exJectfd cxlected
I J Jectfd cted to cost ab mt fi4iCtfB800 twI OO Vessels Vesselswill VeB8Ellwill Vesselswill
will navigate tbJschaaual this chaaual at a rate ratet ratee11lc1tnX rateteludtng
t eluding lockage 1 cf f four Ur miles per perttour 11ft 11ftour ierhour
hour our All sailing craft will ill be towed towednot towedDot towednot
not only through the th canal nal but upon uponthe u ut uponlte
the t Pacific Pac ft < side for l r a lacg dIstance out outto outto outto
to sea seaThe seaThe
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The aggregats t probable tonnage tonna is isplaced iiaCt isplaced
placed It t about abouteoo JMWJOO j0O tone tQ t 8 Of thin tbl8buaine thtebusiness thinbusiness
business buaine > per cent will consist c mdst of ofcoal ofeoal olcoal
coal To what exttnt ext nt t Ute e caiml wlH wlHprove w wi wiprove II 1 1prove
prove pro9tab above the eaet et of ofmin18thltjen ad administration 54ministlatien
ministration cannot BOW be stated staieCThe statedThe e4 e4Ibe
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repays teJa its co COSt t every Jive years reorao reoraAre yearsAre
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reach the diseased portion of the ear ear1
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and that Is bJ ootISS oSedtsltlorfztl ttlta rOmente
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diU d1tIe dition ot the mveott lining llnin of the E EHtacnian Eu EuotackJan
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flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing be and when it Itis is en entirely entirely ¬
tirely tlrelYe closed TJmim t Is ute Uteand theand roSK roSKand
and imieM 1eM the tekmi Iinnnt1on i < itI0h ltrO 1 chle chletakea can Tm Tmtaken
taken take out aad a this tttsho fabe reWrCd d to n noorIIlll1 IS ISnorimfl Itsnormal
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are caused ca by Catarrh Cstarr which blch is noth ¬
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mucous service serviceiny HII HIIWe servicesWe
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wa want It Dtet you realizs Itiat that It Liquozone au mt t be b a Wo2iderfulproClJ1ct wondera product when we can pay such a sum Just to show Sh W the sick wl wltt < t it deed tkMeyou Wont Wontyou Wontloufor
you loufor ft y your ur own sake S kclet Ist4 < us B prove rov it35 i iti vaitffe V to y ott u
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you to try Stintrty send as th he iiehelen hebelow el po pobelow
below Tell us that that yeM 7fIiti hav have M Mu neverued never neverued
u ued d it it Tell us for what hat yoet il fciipr ft ftBy h
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order on your local druggist far tot afell afellsise i fuu fuuhle fuhl fuhlsise
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ourselves OU IHtt for or it itOur itOur itOur
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pie whom Liqaosone tloite could s vfe 1hre iredying ire I IdyIn Idybig
dying dyIn today without it Hortdfofis Hu of ofthousands 01thdusands
thousands th uMnds are belptoe bel and sieksijfpi5 sieksijfpi5for 9i siel 1 1tor i ifor
for the lack of LtqueKone U Zotie WVl0pB W Wnot Wnotunder t tunder
under condition like likethone those waS 10 10vince to c ej ejliner n nvince
vince the sick ones by bYa argument argumentAny argenentAny 8AInt
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LIquozone would seem almost almoetaeitme almoetaeitmeknowing a cnme cnmeknowing cmrne cmrneknowing
knowing what we do of this pf pfluet pfluetAnd ict ictAnd tctAD4
And knowing as s we do that tll tD tDin iIdf1ilI iIdf1ilIelse ndOiJng ndOiJnglse
else lse in th the world can caD accomplish wjfcttL iratLlquosone wjfctt 1tRtLt4luollODe
L Lt4luollODe uosone does So we publish m JID bte btetimoniaha tee teetimoc4als t i itimoetals
timoc4als timoetals no evidence of f cores eunt But tiotwe But Butwe
we e buy a 50c c bottle and slveft g1etIlJ gIveltfto gIveltftoevery Irjfrto Irjfrtoevery to toever I
every ever sick one we learn arn of suffering sufferingfrom SulIedngfrom sufteiJngfrom
from a germ dteears Thus w get getLiquoxone setLlquollOne getLiquozone
Liquoxone into immediate use se and let letthe letthe letthe
the product itself prove its powell pe A Awe Awl Awlwe
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we publish this offer in 1909 1 newjp ne neand newapers newapersand i we weand
and magazine reaching ree retchingevery biDtr pc cttcsJJy cttcsJJyevery I
every home in America AmericaNot aNot A erl a aNot
Not Medicine MedicineLi M MeicinLiquosone dicihe diciheUquOSODe
Li UquOSODe tuoone is the th re r R of a awbleh awhich procese procesewhich
which for more O than an twenty rears yesrobeen hc hcbeen bQl bQlbeen
been the constant subject ttU1 jeet of f sciwittflc seJentJffcand sciwittflcand jelfflfJ jelfflfJand
and chemical research r rcb The preceah preceahconsists Pl9Ctiico18i prres prresconsists
consists co18i ts in generating ge gases g 1Iee made hi hilarge Inlarge hilarge
large part from fy he qe1pt et t oxygen oxgen pro producers produ producera ¬
ducers du 1 These gases are confined conilnoilun conilnoilunder un under UD UDder ¬
der pressure and pd by a secret secretby processby process Irooesaby
by the employment em loYmfl1t of immense fmmen ap apparatus apparatus p ¬
paratus and fourteen fostrt en days time tI tlmere tlmeremade are aremade re remade I
made part of otthe the ifaufd U4lu d product productLiquoaone productLiquozone productLiquozone
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by compounding com di delfts I ct 8 or drugs rus nor Ior Isthere is isthere isthere
there any alcohol alc hol in init it It Its virtuesare virtuesarederived vlrt virtuesavederived esm esmtlerin4
derived solely from the gas S s in the mak making makIng junklug ¬
ing of which we employ the bet oxy oxygen oxyen oz ozgen ¬
gen en producers The TItf result 1 Ilf a wonder wonderful qndorrul wutulerful ¬
ful product whIch is better than any anything anything ¬
thing else in the t thwOid wofld o for torOU you I
Acts Like Oxygen OxygenThe Oxyg n
The virtue Ttrtue ot lAqaosone L lies in the thefaek th thenet
faek fae net that it do does itttet oxygen OX OXO Aw AwOxygen duws duwsOgen
Oxygen O geD is the vital part of air It if ifNatures l1Iatllre8 isNateres
Natures atllre8 greatest tonic to l the very Vf > ry source source8E sourcest
8E Vitality dw nost st essential e Yemeni Yemeniof eln
of Itfe lit e It is oxygen that turns the blue blueWood blueood blueWood
Wood ood to red in the lung Iun It is oxygen oxygenrbat oxygentat
tat ellmfnate ell the waste W1L te tissue and andbuilds andbuilds
builds up n the new De Every function of oflife ofIlfello oflifeso
life Ilfello so depends d nds on it that we could not notlivethree notlivtrthree t
livethree IW three minutes without it itBnt itBut itBut
But oxygen is a gas and a unstable unstableWe UMtableYe unstableWe
We Ye cannot ot get an excess into the blood bloodto
to remain there Liquosone to wa to a liquid Ikpddwt llqa1c11Ut liquidwith
with wt all its it virtues in permanent form formand fonuCOBCertrated formd
and d concentrated r4 It does what Itt an ex exofl cxo
o ofl Oh of oxygen OX7PRtd would do One r S18lt 6 lt to totiMt
that UquOKOne Llquo sets a as a tonic with withwhich withwhlclt withwhich
which BO other hnown product can com compare tompar tornp torni11s ¬
pare p
pareKills
Kills i11s Inside Germs GermsBnt
But the most Important fact istaat istaatOXYaen is Isoxygen that thatoxygen
oxygen Is also a germicide gerz kfde No 0 0cu germs germscan germscam
can exist ex18tJR in the preasnce of an excess excessof ceBIxnen etceesof
of oxygen The TI reason is that germs germsare germsare
are vegetables ttbIes and an excess or oxy oxyen 0POthe orrgen4he
POthe en th vary ry Ute of an n animal antnalIsdeadly nlmal18 nlmal18deadly is isdeadly
deadly to vegetable v ble matter matterAnd matterAmb matterWith
And Amb o with Lifloosone It Dtso o cer certain certhat errain ¬
ain that we wiDiblish pnMlsh bltsh on every eVeTT1Mtt bottle e an anoffer anoner anOWe
offer of f40 51060 1 for tor a disease germ thatit that thatit thLit
it canndtkill c Y Yet t it is not only onlY harm harmJess KrmJe brmlam
Jess but bettef of the tttnost VtJDq t beiWHt 1MPItt to the theU theOf theee4g
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the great problem pr t of killing germ n in mthe inthe inthe
the body without killing the tissues tfeeaostoo tleadestoo tissuestoo
too And 4n4 there is no other otherray way to t do doit doIt it itit
it Any A 1 drug < that kills 11 germs is a apoison ap apoison
poison p and it cannot be taken internal internally ¬
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wherever the blood b1 od goes and as no nogerm nogerftl nogeent
germ can escape it and none can resist resistit r 18t 18tn
it the results are inevitable A germ germdisease germd germdiseae
disease d e must end en when the germs nns nnsd ar ardestroyed ace acedestroyed
destroyed d etroed nothing is more certain than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that And every physician knows that thata
a germ trouble can never be cured until untilthen untilU1 untilthen
then U1 n The use u e of Liquosone in place of ofmedicine ofmedicine ofmedicine
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e that We bought a job in In gd OUr own regular high lttIrbltIade highgrade
grade stock of bEIat shoes c1e issue for women ValueS Vtd1Mthat ValueSd
d that cant can t be eq e qusled short of i a and d l 7 Many IJwe swell swellstyles
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one ao1iero befdhr teui we We made the JRrst bottle bottleThat bOUleThat bottleLltat
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staMtar rl Kra inn on any y aclenafltt diecev diecevery diecurcry cov covery
ery Before rJ1Ig ipftyrag thi this price we te t ttha1 tooted tootedLiquaeaertwo ted tedL4
tha1 rHfteItItwo L4 lti z iie f r two Yen years through pity phystciane pk7Sldnn pitysicinta
stciane nd d Btwpttate ta1s hi this country countryand countlad countryand
and ofiherft bers tve Wepl8vtM1 ereved proved in hao > thotMandc thotMandcof tb uu uuof
of o tji imurt dimcult 41 JtcoDit caee cases obtainable obtainableWe obinhiabiet
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our fortaaes rorb1 eir I nfl our r reputations reputationsWi reputationsW4 S SWb
Wi W4 tell yoU Sor u thee the facts to t indicate inclk1Ltetile indicatethe indicatethe
the nu M bf vfqIioone X jtEiozcne cme It is easy to tomake toJ tomake
make J ciaimsV elhn MId easy e s to iustion quMJoutbeill 4utiontheTh < iustionti
tbeill ti ew But Bu when wJt e mSiTof m l our olsss pay payBiielt JHQlItft paystZc1
Biielt lItft ai a jirI frioe 1 e e tora for a product no one can candoutjt eQdoUJ candout
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OUr o r faith m itt lii liiW ttt t tL1i0be
W s t L1i0be uiwone daily tb in our fatal families tamllie fatallies ¬
lies Ve sert sere re It to every employe in inour InourJab inthent
our ourJab jabo JM0ry t 6 ot o them We use it itin I Iinal1 ItIn
inal1 in all tie t1te water tr we wedrimt drink to prevent preventgerm pretgum preVSfltgerm
germ contagion nVe We use It to kfi keep keepwefl p pwell 1 1wen
well a you will n do when Mn you know it itGerrri It ItGein I If
f Gerrri errii Diseases DiseasesThe D seases seasesThe
The Tb dteeaseb d b In in 1 this list are known to tobe tohe tohe
he due duetogerin8or to germs or their toxins Every Everymodern E Everymodern e17 e17aoc1
modern aoc1 rn p1 physician yslc an knows knows that thatmedfelne thatmedfelnedoes medicine medicinedoes medicinedoes
does not apply to them for ne6ic1nc ne6ic1ncoDhot neflioine neflioinecannot netlIc1necllnot
cannot kill inside genus germsAH genusAU genusAlt
AH that medicine r cats do for these
diseases is to totict act ct as R a tonic t nic aiding Na Nature Nature Natur ¬
ture tur lo toocrcon1e overcome the germs g rms Such re results reHUitt renult ¬
sults nult are areindl indifefct bt t and uncertain un ert in They
depend on the patients condition conditioncure A Acure Acure
cure by drugs isi i always doubtful and andoften aBdoften andoften
often impossible impossibleIiiquozohe ItnOsSlbleLlquozone ImpossibleLiquozone
Iiiquozohe soes direct to the cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trouble and destroys destro s it It often oftenends ottenends oftenends
ends in a week w ek a disease which has re resisted resisted resirted ¬
sisted medicine medlclnefor for years ear9 And it cures curesdiseases curecIlsea curesdiseasos
diseases cIlsea s which medicine never cures curesIn curesiii
In any an stage of any 3 disease in this list listthe Uetthe listthe
the results are so certain rtaln that we wilt wiltgladly 1ntglad13 wiltgladly
gladly send t t8 any patient who asks it itan Itan Itan
an absolute guaranty ara t
Asthma AsthmaAbactan Influenza InnaenA
Abactan A AesoAajemIa Anemia AnemiaBnmcbKts K Kideny Iaeea IaeeatuacbItta s
BnmcbKts BnmcbKtsBlood I La OM
Blood Poison PoisonBriht8 Lieecobea
Briht8 B bt8 DteM DteMBowel Deaoo Line UvwMalaria Troubles =
Bowel Troubles TroabtesCoughs Malaria NVurHlpia NVurHlpiaMany NuI l lo
Coughs CoughsColds o OoMs OoMsConsumption Many Heart Trou Troubl
Consumption bl blup bles ss ssCatarrh
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gWWiB D7rspi P siB StottMh StoSt1Troobls StoSt1Trooblscten Troubles Troub
Kdwnta cten ir ryripelaa I 8 Throat Troubles
F Fee Fevers ver Gall Sttnws Tut Iullrnruiomts rcTHoi
Gonorrhea Gcn Glen Tumors Tu fleers
Goitre Gout A Y aricocele >
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i All diseases d that b btwinnth begin hi with fever tef feverall ral1 all
inflafeimatton Inftammatlenan H eata eatarritab catarih aH contaxtouB COntagtobab1
diMaseaAll = b1reau the tb results reau of lpms lm > UM or r pot 8iIn
sonous blood bloodcan b1 bloodIn
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below ow W We wilt then send eaMye y an order orderon orderon
on your Ideal l druggist for a a 80c Oe bottle bottleand bot botaa bottleand
and < win pay your 46mggtt tfru tfruIt rnggl ovrMlm
for it Thi This applies only to te1IeW now ew users naersof 1MIrSof usersof
of course and to the th first bottle atone atonePleaM i
PleaM PI do this In Justice to yourself
It places you tinder no obligation oMIpt The Theobject rbeoI Theobject
object is to show 8h W you what iLiqtowmte 80 80Is
is and what it can do Then TllenJOtI you may nmyjdecide Jf1JIIYjJ maycontinue
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boy a bottle and give it to yaw OUi ou If there therewas therany therawas
was any doubt d4Mt bt of results re alm We Wenot won wonnot WBBMIU WBBMIUnot
not ask you to try it at t out expense tt ttfe trit
It would not do a aa we claim B Es aa 8ffwtth a awith fair fairwkh
with yourself f aa we are with you youon youyou If Ifyou
you are sick Iek with a germ rm trouble ouble let letn Ie Ie1M Itus
n 1M prove e what Ldquosone alone a10Decan can do dowre doThen A AThen
Then use it always It you find 11 a s wa wado wodo oi oido
do that it servdci eerv to keep one en weD WettLIquozone weDLlquolOne ell ellLiquozone
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2 215 15 week If pot you neglected splendid opportunity opport 1iq Wed
llko to tohAe have you entor J tor our ot r store and g get t aflQuataUd with witblt It Itfor
for it vvill surely surprise you + +
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A thoroughly dependable d pendablesort sort of ofMens ots ofM
Mens M ns s Shoes Slto s includes Goodyear Goodyearwait Goodyearwelt Goodyearwelt
welt hand sewed process proC 6s 3 3 Shoes ShoesNew ShoesNew
4 New complete lines 1i s most of otcm otcmbought em embought cutbought
bought away underprlce Thats the thehew thehew thehow
hew and why of orlt it Many any styles stylesall stYI88all stylesall
all good as f 3 3 values for men 5215 52lit Ii IiA
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AN INTERESTINGSTORY INTERmST NGiST RY of little prices comes from the childrens chtldr s section A prtea prteameans prJeQJIIeaM prisemeans
means little to you if it stands for shoo shoddy shodd but heres shoe goodness combined with law lawprice 1 1r 1rt
t price and the best sort of a guarantee A new pair free if pooor t wear
The Pearl PrlA A good JOOdshoe shoe shoethe tPr tPrthe fprbaby
the baby hand turn sole solapatent sol solpatent solepatent
patent tip sizes 2 to toI 5 5Th 5 555e ¬
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shoos Is that you get et 3 3 worth wor of ofvalue Ofa1ue 4 4value
value style and wear f ISptentlfdly for r 3315 3315Splendidly USSplendidly
Splendidly made of good soft kid kidskin kidsldn hidskin +
skin firm soles yet pllaWeaavy pllaWeaavyextension pliable pltGWeextonlon kaasy 4 4 4extension
extension sole sorts e r light t turn torneffect turnetrect turneffect
effect most desirable sorts for to todress 4 4dress
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heel babys bab s shoe sizes 2 to IT ITpatent 5 5patent 5patent
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made t2 2 to to235 235 values valuesA
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girls gir value Jfc for boys boysvalue boysue boysvalue
value ue 1 175 G Broken Hoes and anda
a broken price
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t Just Tlntah lhd d opening up the swHlest lot lo of new n w pprine style WomensShoes Womens WomensShoes
Shoes that ever came over the pike pik Why hy there are more new kinds of ofwrJnkl ofN i iwrinkles
N wrinkles In thm than your fondest t fancy fanc dreams of and every e etT sort we weshow
4 4 N f show seems t ms just a little swelter than the > other That new n wing vamp is IIIhound ishound T Thound
hound to fly tl into favor forlt for it certainly certainl is dressy Then th the high circle ctreleand ccleanti A Aand
2 65 and new Idea bluchers are bound to mak a hit Weve eight new style My in inBluchers inBluch iniW <
iW Bluchers Bluch rs that are sure to make a winning way in popular favor this year yearfor yearv
v for ther are certainly talnl dressy Heres He rs also a stunning style in a Booths A AUerl i
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t you the reason we can Offer you Shoes valued alta 18 158 30 W 3400 < aw and WH II > we wefeoairht wet wehought
feoairht t th turn m that tlU1 t way fla A n n4 v shoe h 4 tb u the P Psae M Word Wo tiiat U Int mmo a1lW t1n tn tncojMtiets mo
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faidered e slitere4 a great buy Al AU osevefal several firaller lots of f extra s guof rd d SUIO W tEThese shoop shoopThese 510 510The8e
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