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HHj Backache, headache, dizzy spells H and distressing urinary troubles warn HJH you of dropay, diabetes and fatal Eflfl Dright's disease. Act In time by curing BjBf Doan'a Kidney Pills. 89B ijfti I II "'" kidneys with BfljM Ij J hojrl ' They have cured BHb UtxJ- tmtyi thousands and will HHK I 1 IXL Mr L- B- Burke, bbB inJtv ' M 219 Ho' Ll,,y 8t Mo"' Hl ,Jl jT l(ljl cow, Idaho, aaya: "I IflVi ' ' iLQi W,,H n'uioat crazy flB ' ''j.,'L hm w,ln excruciating pain HHJ y VI through my kidneys. Hfl t-j&t ', SjB ' '"' ,li,ll"'y aecretlonn flfl HBMaHI wore highly colored, Bflfl scanty and looked like blood. For over H( a month I watt In bed, totally help- Hfl less Donn's Kidney Pills benefited IHH mo wonderfully. They have my en- Bfl dorsement at all times " ,T Remember the name Doan'a. a For sale by all dealera. 50 centa a W box. Foster-Mtlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Bflfl A Shipping Error. flflM The young duchess of Vo,tnilllstei HH Wife Of the richest peer In Knglnnd. Bflfl recently gave birth to her third child. JBfl a daughter Tims there Is no heir In HH the immense ! convenor fortune, Karl flfll Irosvonor, the duchess' 16 bond child, BBI Huvlug died at the age or four. Bflfl Apropos of all Hi In. a rather cruel HBB story Is being told In Newport about Bflfl Lady Ursula Orosvenor, the elght- BBS year-old dnughter of the young duch- HBB BBS A friend, the story goeH, culled at BIB Raton Hall, and aa aho aat In the Bflfl drawing-room, little Lad) Ursula en Bflfl flflfl Oh, good afternoon," ahe aald. HBfl gravely. "Mamma can't aee any one flflfl today. She's upstairs with the new Bflfl naliy. They aent her, you know, a girl B when she'd ordered a boy, and she's M ao upset that she's quite 111." BBl Try to Come Back. HBb Not long ago TiOrd Kinnalrd, who Is BBk ilwaya actively Intoreated In religion? Bflfl work, paid a surprise vlalt to a mis Bfll f Ion, school in the eaat end or I, on, inn fl ..mi told a claaa of boys the story ol Bflfl ';.in: on Introducing hla narrntlve HBfl Ms lordship added: BJB lie v:is Strom-., became weak, and BBV then regained hla atrength, enabling flflfl Mm to destroy hla enemies Now Bflfl boys, If I had an enemy, what unnir BBl you adviae me to do?" BBm A little boy, after meditating on the BBl secret of that great glant'a atrength BflJ shot up his hand and exclaimed: "Get BflJ a bottle of 'air restorer " H Slightly Confuted. flflfl All of ua become confused and all ol Bflfl ua mix our language sometimes, but HBfl the preparation of an old negrr BflJ preacher's sermon was the greatest BflJ confusion of metaphora I ever heard. BflJ nays a traveler. When the lengthy (lis HBJ course was Hearing Its close and he BBf had reached his "Twenty-third and BBS lastly, brethren," lie wound up by the HBa following elaborate figure: BflJ "Fverywha, bredren, we see de AI BBJ inli'.liiy all down de untrodden paths BflJ .'i i'i..e. we see de footprints of de BB Umiglity hand." Human Life flflflj Depend not on another, rather lean HHb iion thyself; trust to thine own exer BBa lions, subjection to another's will HBfl Cives pain. Maim H "NO FRILLS" H Just Sensible Food Cured Him. BBH Sometimes a good, healthy commer BBI eial traveler suffers from poorly so BBJ lected food and la lucky If he learnt BflJ that Grape-Nuts food will put bin BBl A Cincinnati traveler says: "About BflJ a year ago my stomach got In a bad IBS way. I had a headache most of the BBS. time and suffered misery. For several HBJ months I ran down until I lost about BBJ i0 pounds In weight ami finally had to BBJ give up a. good position and go home. BBJ Any food that I might use seemed to BBJ nauseate me. H "My wife, hardly knowing what to HHJ Jo, one day brought home a package BBl of Grape-Nats food and coaxed mo to BBJ try It. I told! her It was no use but BflJ dually to humor her I tried a little, BBl and they Just. struck my taste. It BBJ was the tii'st food I had eaten in near- flfls '.y a year that did not cause any suffer H BjB "Well, to make a long story short, I HBJ oegan to improve and stuck to Grape- HBj Vul:-. I went up from 135 pounds In HH " c. -nii.er to 194 pounds the following BBa Dctober. Bfll "My brain Is clear, blood all HBJj -Ight and appetite too much for any BBy nan's piickclbook. In fact, I am thor- BB jughly made over, and owe It all to BB 3rape-Nuts. 1 talk so much about what H .rape Nuts will do that some of the BBJ n n on the road have nicknamed mo H Grape-Nuts,' but I stand today a HH lealtby, rosy-cheeked man a pretty H food example of what the right kind BH rf food will do. Hfl "You can publish this If you want to. Hfl tea true statement without any 1 -rills." H Read the little book, "The Road to HB Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's a Reason." MB Kver rmil the above letter T A .. BBj urn- npiirura from time to tine. They BH r'" Renulue, true, and full of buataa HB tntereat. JiMiiEferucnT A VERY POPULAR CHINAMAN I . 5T The opinion prevails that the appointment of aatyv VVu Ting Fang to be councilor to the foreign jp&gPB- m. office will secure to Ills country sagacity, knowl S e,iK and adroitness not only, but also a profound J - -" --SSS sense of Justice In dealing with other nations El SJ1 '' JtH0B Here he strove to keep China and the United jjL ti fZw&ijm, States close friends. In his new position he may f 2 f jf e tru8tel - labor for the peace of the world. H jfe i7 " a11 rhlnamen were " Mr- Wu- no demand tI "ViHi W could arise In any quarter for laws for the ex l tAajfifiki ffl elusion of Chinese. No other Chinaman ever m!? 9&tFim Wfts BO PPu,Rr ,n tnls country as Is Wu Ting Kk jt Fang, The fame was perhaps more nearly world- -VST. 'iHBVh a1,1" "' ''' Hung fhang, who gave Wu his first slaVgyeMW office, which became the stepping stone In the -. . &&0Jfi&W foreign and home service of the Chinese empire Born near Canton about 60 years ago, after training In the local schools, Wu went to England In 1874, where he studied law nnd was admitted as a barrister. On his return to China he took high tank as a iawyer while he was zealous In promoting modern enterprises and was the leader In building the first railroad In that vast domain. His career received a marked impulse from a visit to the United States in 1877. Five joars later he became viceroy of the province of Chlhll. When, in 1897, he came to Washington as minister from China he at once won favor aa a diplomat. His eommlsslon was addressed not only to the United States, but to Spain, Mexico and Peru as well. While he was wel corned at all the embassies In Washington beyond any other of their mem bers, he was at home In all classes of society. His manners are elegant and be is a first-class "mixer." Ills service as minister In Washington lasted for about seven years with a brief interval, and In 1900 he distinguished himself In a peace mission to Japan. Ills official receptions, if less formal than those of other chief em bassies, were quite as elaborate and more largely attended. When he was recalled on the change of government In Pekln, regret was more general In Washington than a gap In any other embassy would have caused. DIPLOMAT OF THE VATICAN i r No man perhaps occupies a more prominent p" s place In the International limelight today than T . the cardinal secretary of state of the Holy See. miii bis eminence Rafael Merry del Val, whose Wfy'1. A diplomatic dispute with Spain has engaged Wfflw!'' S world-wide Interest Hft&B6i4i "dW a ' '"' ,:u'lllnul ,s Londoner by birth and tho vHMywC&k &9 (i) hi I ol Celt, union and Spaniard flows through V5" ' "" y his veins Ills father, who was secretary of tho ofm ffl l) Spanish embassy In London when the cardinal wWk fB.-' ' was born, Is descended from an Irish family mjnw " which emigrated to Spain at the end of the jW7BZ l7th century, while his grandmother on the TOfe.,,. 'Imbtf mother's side was a Miss Wlllcox, daughter of nJfMmllil a formel njber of the ltrltlsh Parliament mW'Almr fJ Cardinal Merry del Val was educated In Eng land, Belgium and Italy, and won degrees In philosophy, theology and canon law. While a young man he became a protege of the late Popo Leo XIII and was sent by him on several Important missions. He was one of the representatives to the Holy See at the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and at the funeral of Emperor William of Germany; and also repre sented the Vatican at the Jubilee of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria and at the coronation of the late King Edward of England. In 1892 he was ap pointed Camerlerl Segreto Partlclpante, which is an office not unlike that occupied by tho lords in-waiting to a King and which entailed his taking up his residence within the Vatican itself. Previous to this he was appointed by the Queen Regent of Spain as religious Instructor to her daughters and he prepared the present King, Alfonso, for his confirmation. Shortly after the death of Pope Leo XIII the present pontiff appointed him secretary of state and he has had to deal with grave situations since In Fiance, Germany, Spain and Portugal. He Is a linguist, speaking English, Spanish, Italian, French and German fluently and Is an Indefatigable worker. He was creatad u cardinal in 1893. VIRGINIA'S NEW SENATOR I Claude A. Swanson, former governor of Vlr glnla, has been named by Governor Mann to sue ceed the late Senator Daniel, Virginia's able representative In tho upper branch of the na tional legislature. The term expires next March. There was practically no opposition to the selection of Mr. Swanson. He was Bervlng as a member of Congress when he was drafted by the Virginia Democrats a few years ago to run for governor. He will be a candidate for the full term to succeed himself. Both Mr. and Mrs Swanson are social leaders In Richmond and Mr. Swanson was bom March 31, 1862, In zJfiifMJaVSL' Swansonvllle, Pittsylvania County, Va , and he tffi li 7wYfM has had a varied career. From college he went to work as clerk In a Danville grocery, later studied law, and five years after graduation was elected to Congress from the fifth Virginia district. He was elected Governor of Virginia In 1905 by a larger majority than any governor has received since Civil war AUTHOR HONORED BY KING I . When at Marlborough bouse tho other day jS"" King George V. Invested Thomas Hardy with the xxJv ol"der of merit, the act was not perfunctory or $ tN Inspired by political Influence; it was a sincere sJ'YfteBl tribute of admiration from a reader to a favorite StJ 'liJV'l,ilk' author, for the king holds Hardy's works In high w? $y&jmm$Si esteem and Is said to bo familiar with them all. Yl fttji il'vtw There Is no indication at the presmt moment CffiftV 'ifflMn'v' that t,ie relRn of PW8e v "w111 be remembered ''"i fWilV wivl'7 especially for Us contribution to literature, as Cr'Sfe-'iiV'y''WaV were tne reigns of Elizabeth and Anne, or as was- Ui'lflP JfSk ,,1(' r,,l8n "f Victoria. The great men of the Vic Vjjjgfflfe 'jfaji'" torlan era 'have all passed away, and now that &r fiBfkvk 'he) are none u lower sky lino gives prominence J t yyWA '" M,n"' names that under earlier conditions, A& rfy, ff?Za though highly ralted'rby limited constituencies. would not have been seen 'afar. Weje an edu cated reader asked today to name the leading English novelist his choice would be likely to fall upon Hardy, who began to be known to the general reader lu the early seventies, and who la still writing, though on different lines from those of his earlier work. . He was born lu 1840, and after a fair amount of schooling, Including private tuition In Latin and French, and evenings at King's college, was articled to an ecclesiastical architect at the age of sixteen. He was prizeman of the Royal 'nstltute of British architects In 1863, but at that dat.f had begun writing verse. His first novel was published In 1865. In 1872 appeared "Under the Greenwood Tree," the next year "A Pair of Blue Eyes" and "Far From the Madding Crowd" In 1874, two years after his marriage to Emma, niece of Archdeacon Glfford. NORTHWEST NOTES The population of North Yakima, Wash., Is 11.182, as compared with 3.164 In 1900 C. R. Jones, a prominent California horseman, was found dead in his apartments In the Mantle block lu llutte. of natural causes. The Initiative ami referendum bill has passed the upper house of the Colorado legislature after previously having passed the lower house. The national encampment of the United Spanish war veterans in ses sion at Denver, selected Oklahom-i City, Okla., for Its next encampment. The Spanish war veterans devoted the first day of their encampment at Denver to the welcome of their ror mer comrade In arms, Colonel Roose velt. The contracts recently let for the construction of the new high line of the Salt Lake Route through the Meadow valley wash aggregate 6, 000,000. The derailment of a caboose of a Cnlon Pacific freight train at Hill side, Wyo., sixty miles east of Green River, caused the Injury of six men who were riding In the car. Word received from Denver is to the effect that the Denver & Rio Grande railroad Is to be double tracked from Denver to Salt Lake and that the road will spend between $10, 000,000 and $12,000,000 for Improve ments. Accused of having driven his daugh ters from home with a butcher Unlfe and charged with having wantonly DMtra them with a club, Bert Capleq. an engineer In the employ of the Steptoe Smelting company at Ely, Ne vada, Is under arrest. In his address at I'ueblo, Colonel Roosevelt, turning to General T. J. Downen, president of the Y. M. C. A, declared that wherever he found a veteran of the great war who was chairman of the Y. M. C. A., he could give his unqualified approval. An attempt to dynamite a new six story building under process of con struction at Seattle, shattered all the windows, and two persons passing were slightly Injured. It is claimed that the attempt to wreck the build ing was due to labor troubles. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Butte. Boise & San Fran Cisco Railroad company, Dr. George N. Fleming of Boise, Idaho, was elect ed a director and first vice-president of the company. Active work is to start on on the roadbed at once. At a meeting held In Portland be tween officers of the Held service ol the general land office and officers of the forestry service an agreement was reached which gives to the gen eral land office all responsibility for the patenting of lahUs on the public domain. Following the news that the Oregon Short IJne Is to build a cut-off from Evanslon, Wyo., to Ogden, with a view of shortening the line and decreasing the grade, comes the report that an other cut-off Is to be built rrom a point on the Ogden-Lucln cut-off to Rupert, Ida. Members of the special session of the Colorado legislature, now In ses sion, have discovered that they stand a good chance of not getting any money for their services unless some future legislature appropriates it There Is no money available in the general fund. Before the eyes of his bride of three months, Fred W. Cheney ot Manchester, N. H., 26 years old. shot himself in the head at Grand Junc tion. Colo. He will die. Cheney Is said to be the son of a former presi dent of the New Hampshire Mutual Fire Insurance company. Judge Lewis In the federal court at Denver refused to grant the Injunc Hon asked for by holders of bonds of the Denver Union Water company against the holding of an election on September 6 for the purpose of issu ing $8,000,000 in bonds for the con struction of a municipal water plant. State Treasurer E. E Ksselstyn has filed with Governor Edwin L. Norris of Montana the report of his depart ment for the month of August, which allows that the state has nearly $4,-UOO.OOQ- in cash securities in Its strong box The receipts for the month amounted to $232 791.74 and the dls iHiiseinents to $269,2.',G.0l. The state supreme court has "handed' down a decision in the direct primary election case in Nevada, which Is a reversal of Its previous-opinion, except with reference to voting for county committeemen. The court states that although that' Nevada primary law dl-, rects that blank spaces be placed un der the nameB of candidates on the ballot, there Is no lffovlsion authqrlz Ing voters to write the names of can dldates in the blank spaces. It Is estimated that in Clarke and Cowlitz counties, Washington, $2,000. 000 no more than represents the ag gregate loss from forest fires. Eight hundred persons have been rendered homeless, and 2,000 men have been thrown out of work. m THE WAY HE FIGURED IT. B S 3IP! I Mr. Wise It's a fine machine, but have to employ a man who does noth- HJ ing else but keep it in the repair. Hj Auto Agent Well, If It furnishes Bj steady employment for one man. it's H a great deal better auto than those H that don't. H HOW A DOCTOR CURED SCALP 1 DISEASE "When I was ten or twelve years Bj old I had a scalp disease, something 9 like scald bead, though it wasn't that. H I suffered for several months, and H most of my hair came out. Finally H they had a doctor to see me apd he H recommended the Cutlcura Remedies. H They cured me in a few weeks. I H have used the Cutlcura Remedies, also, H for a breaking out on my hands and H was benefited a great deal. I haven't H had any more trouble with the scalp H disease. Miss Jessie F. Buchanan, H R. F. D. 3, Hamilton, Ga., Jan. 7, 1909." H Kept with Barnum's Circus. B P. T. Barnuni, the famous circus H man, once wrote' "I have had the H Cutlcura Remedies among the con- B tents of my medicine chest with my H shows for tbo last three seasons, and I Bj can cheerfully certify that they were H very effective In every case which H called foi their use." H A Liking for "Hamlet." H "Do you like Hamlet?" asked the H hostess of her unlettered, If gushing, H guest. H "Indeed I do," ws the reply. "I am H excessively fond of it, but I always pre- H fer a savory to a sweet one." There was a momentary confusion, H and then the hostess realized that the H admiration of the guest was of a cul- H lnary, not literary, character. n "I gave her ham with an omelette 3 for breakfast next morning," said the '& hostess, when telling the story. Scraps . Jfl Important to Motners fl Examine carefully every bottle of B CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy foi fl Infants and children, and see that it U Bears tho ST& sITZt" m Signature of CjOi'7cUSf4 I In Use For Over 8( Years. H The Kind You Have Always Bought. B Partly Made Over. B "Weren't we engaged last summer?" fl inquired the girl. B "Your face Is familiar," faltered the fl man. fl "Well, I'll forgive you for not recog- B nizlng me. My hair and figure are B new." fl If You Are a Trifle Sensitive I About tha hUp of your bIiopb, maujr popla fl wear Hinaller ahoeit ny lining Allen's Foot-Eae, fl the Antiseptic Powder to abalce Into the (hoea. H It cures Tired, Rwollen, Aehlnft Feet and H give rest and comfort. 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