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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, JUNE 34, 1911.
ATTEND TO BRAIN
Philosophers Believe in Ex
ercise of Brain to Con
trol Physical Body.
Kew York, June 24. Just now some
authoritative writers are calling atten
tion to the brain, which they ray
needs quite aa much personal atten
tion at the body. They marvel that
11 people, Including contemporaries
of their own, forget. If they ever knew,
that the brain demands nourishment,
rest and exercise more 'so than tho
body. Again, they find that many peo
Ttle who feel tired are only suffering
From brain fag, instead of taking bodi
ly rest, they ought to take physical
exercise to restore their normal condi
tion so that the brain may rest.
Further, these modern philosophers
Inform their readers that not only
Intellectual workers tire their brains,
but all kinds of people who eat and
drink Improperly and give no attention
to the simple laws of health.
All men, they find, fix their capacity
for work by the way they feel, though
they may not always apply themselves
when they feel best, and though they
Way drag themselves through it even
when they feel worst.
Mechanism of Brain
Now, they think It quite strange
that no one considers the mechanism
of the brain In relation to intellectual
work, and they think it stranger still
that mental workers are only concern
ed at bodily symptoms of Impoverish
ment and never glvo a thought to the
neglect of the brain or need of rest
ing this organ which never rests,
while its possessor Is conscious, and
which Is frequently not permitted to
rest, they say, because of tho neg
lect, and overtaxing of It.
Some of the thinkers affirm the boy
Is not of much consequence and that
the brain of a physical entity directs
all there is that is substantial, and
they say the brain must be nourished
and nurtured if It Is to do Its work.
Dr. 8. Weir Mitchell wrote a treatise
closely related to this subject In which
"The man who rleeps with the stars
visible above him, who wins bodily
substance first hand from the earth
and water, who defies the rain and
sun, may drink if he likes and smoke
without Injury. When a man uses his
muscles, after a time he comes to a
feeling; called fatigue. He Is warned
by this to take a rest, but In the
brain which hs Is Intensely using, he
does not feel any sensation referable
to the organ Itself. It is apt, like
a well-bred creature, to get Into an
exalted state under the stimulus of
need, so Its owner feels amazed at
the ease of Its processes and the sense
of wlde-awakefulness and power that
accompanies them. It Is only after
long misuse that the brain cries out;
I have done enough."
Different With Brain
It appears that body and brain have
reversed symptoms of alarm. The
body serves notice, when It is tired,
that It has done all It can and any
more put upon It means a break.
Mhen the brain Is overloaded, or driv
en too long. It does double work and
will not be at case when let alone.
' It seems stronger than ever, clearer
and more active, after excessive hours
of labor during which the stage of
fatigue has been r&"cd. This Is Its
method of sounding the alarm, and It
may be gathered from what the com
mentators say In their recent discus
sions that It is the signal before the
disaster. When the brain gets real
tired It Is not to be rested, like the
body, with an hour or a day of sleep.
"8ome doctors," says Alfred Scho
fleld, "think that a man is pretty
much as an engine, or rather, perhaps,
a motor car, and resembles the latter
In being subject to inconvenient
"It it clear to them that the use of
adequate meant a new nut or bolt or
strap could effect the repair or re
store the machine to health."
Dr. Schorield Is skeptical about the
efficacy of medicine or the ability of
the physician in his professional ca
pacity to cure the sick, though he ex
pressei confidence in his personal aid
to hit patients which comes through
the employment of mind over mind
In other words, the unconscious do
minion of the brain; and it Is tho
brain, he thinks, that cures disease
and keeps the body strong. He believ
es it it the subconscious power of the
brain that accounts for all the cures
attributed to quack remedies, mystical
healers and religious cults. He has
written a book called "The Force of
Mind," in which he comments on re-
COMES A TIME
Vhn Coffee Shews What It Hat Been
"Of late years coffee has disagreed
with me," writes a matron from Rome,
"Its lightest punishment being to
make me 'logy' and diszy, and It seem
ed to thicken up my blood.
"The heaviest was when it upset my
stomach completely, destroying my ap
petite and making me nervous and ir
ritable, and sent me to my bed. Aft
er one of these attacks. In which I
nearly lost my life, I concluded to quit
the coffee and try Poutuni.
"It went right to the spot! I found
It not only a most palatable and re
freshing beverage, but a food as well.
"All my ailments, the 'loginesa and
dizziness, the unsatisfactory condi
tion of my blood, my nervousness and
Irritability disappeared In short order
and my sorely afflicted stomach be
gan quickly to recover. I began to re
build and have steadily continued until
sow. Have a good appetite and am
rejoicing in sound health which I owe
to the use of Postum." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little book. "The Road to
Wellvllle." In pkgs. 'There's a reas-
--iu i&, MPw 41 X(l W nA ri exf
ported miracles, in some of which he
believes because he think3 he has an
explanation of them, thus:
Explanation of Healing
"The fact is, Cue most materialistic
medicine man going uses constantly
with his patients, wholly unconscious
ly, curative influences of the mind.
His very cocksuredness, his exacti
tude, his dogmatism and his no-nonsense
manner all profoundly impress
"I think it clear that faith and
quack healing of all sorts could never
have attained tho position they have
in the leading centers of civilization
and Intelligence were not the cures
numerous and In very many cases
"After allowing full discount for the
forged and false testimonials, for pure
ly Imaginary disease and the credulity
of mankind, and even for the leaser
functional disorders, there remains
a large residuum that can not by any
Ingenuity be explained away.
"Tho greatest of the latter-day mys
tics was undoubtedly the Rev. Mary
Baker Eddy, whose ponderous work
on Christian Science Is the text book
of the entire sect, numbering a mil
lion and more followers far above the
average In wealth and culture, many,
alas! having formerly been among the
most lucrative of the physician's pa
tients. This book Is appointed to be
read by Mrs. Eddy in all her churches
side by side with the Bible.
"With the dogmas one need not in
terfere. Cures are detailed and vouch
ed for by the healed at every meet
ing, and though to some judgments
Christian Science contains neither
Christianity nor science, as generally
understood, these cures can not all be
doubted or explained away.
"What about LourdeB, or, if that be
a center of imposition which it is
and isn't what about our own faith
healing centers, uncontaminated by
the least sympathy with Roman Catho
lic or saint worship?
Mind's Power Over Body
"What about cures at continental
spas, with their eternal round of sul
phur and baths?
"What Is the one effectual agency
in quack cures of all kinds, in faith
cures, in relics, in charm and idol
cures, in spas and water cures In
doctor's cures, perhaps more than he
suspects; after allowing fully for the
Intrinsic quack remedy; for the mys
tic formulae of the millionth dilution
or of purismatlc electricity; for the
sulphate of soda or magnesia, and ev
en for the value of the B. P. drugs?
Ono must answer: 'It is mainly and
primarily the power of the uncon
scious mind over the body.' "
It is related of Charles Darwin that
though he had infirmities of body
which would have deterred most men
from attempting any work, mental or
physical, and which ordinarily, it is
said, would have acted as a check up
changed the science of the world by
his original researches. It is also
said that he accomplished this by giv
ing care to his brcin, to resting it and
to keeping it employed by varying
tasks that would not tire it. He
wrote to a friend confiding that when
he worked two hours, and then went
out for a few hours and then returned
It was as if a day had intervened, and
then his mind was able to accomplish
another day's work.
Darwin wrote this poor estimate of
"I have no great quickness of appre
hension nor wit which is so remarka
ble in some clever men. I am a poor
critic. My power to follow a long
and purely abstract train of thought
is very limited, and, therefore, I could
never succeed with metaphysics or
matematics. My memory Is extensive,
yet hazy. It suffices to make me cau
tious by vaguely telling me that I
have observed or read something op
posed to the conclusion which I am
drawing, or, on the other hand, in fa
vor of It. So poor In one sense is my
memory that I've never been able to
remember for more than a few days a
single date or a line of poetry."
The gist of the somewhat modern
philosophy of some of tohse quoted
and others is that the brain is not to
be considered as an immaterial thing
that can work and thrive without ma
terial assistance. It is supposed to
need food and rest and due attention,
and the body is supposed to conform
to its stern demands.
A YELLOW STREAK.
Have you got a yellow streak?
Look at your lace curtains the next
time the sun shines. Rosin from poor.
cheap, laundry soap made those
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ness, wash the curtains thoroughly,
using Hewitt's Easy Task soap. It
makes a clean, white suds that re
moves the dirt and leaves no deposits.
Hewitt's Easy Task is the original
white laundry soap and contains no
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The Madreo Chorus with "Dan Cupid"
FLASHES OVER WIRE
New York, June 24. A large crowd
assembled at the American Line docks
today to bid "bon voyage" and good
luck to the American athletes who sail
ed on the steamship St. Paul to take
part in the international games in
England next month. The American
athletes comprise many of the best
performers of Harvard and Yale.
Their opponents on the other side will
be the pick of the Oxford and Cam
bridge track men.
NOW BISHOP CLARK.
Hamilton, Ont., June 24. The Rev.
Dr. W. R. Clark was today consecrated
Bishop of the new diocese of the
Church of England in Canada. The
ceremony took place in Christ Church
Cathedral, where gathered a large as
semblage of bishops, clergy and lay
men. Archbishop Hamilton, of Otta
wa, officiated, and Bishop Thorneloe
of Algoma preached the sermon. The
complete ritualistic ceremony of the
church was carried out in the conse
Hanover, N. H., June 24. Many visi
tors are here for the commencement
week exercises at Dartmouth college.
The program will be ushered In tomor
row with the Baccalaureate sermon by
Rev. Charles E. Jefferson, D. D., of
the Broadway Tabernacle, New York
city. Monday will be class day, Tues
day alumni day and Wednesday the
day of the graduation exercises.
London, June 24. The Imperial Ath
letic games, in connection with the
Festival of Empire, were begun today
and will continue through the coming
week. The carnival has attracted
many of the foremost amateur ath
letes of Canada, Australia, South Afri
ca and the United Kingdom and from
all Indications it will be the greatest
athletic affair that has taken place in
England since the Olympic games. In
addition to the useful field and track
competitions the program provides for
boxing, wrestling and swimming con
tests. MEETING HOMEOPATHS.
Narragansett Pier. R. I., June 24.
The sixty-seventh annual convention
of the American Institute of Homeo
pathy will open here tomorrow with
memorial services. On Monday Gov
ernor Pothier, President Butler, of the
Rhode Island Homeopathis society and
Bishop Perry, will welcome the visi
tors and Dr. Gaius J. Jones, of Cleve
land, president of the institute, will
delived his annual address. The scien
tlfic sessions will continue through
the week and many topics of national
importance will be discussed. Several
hundred members from points through
out the United States and Canada have
arrived for the meeting.
AT SIOUX FALLS.
Sioux Falls, S. D., June 24. The an
nual meeting and festival of the Tron
derlaget, a Scandinavian national or
ganization, began here today and will
continue over tomorrow. The attend
ance includes several thousand mem
bers from South Dakota, North Dakota,
Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota and other
BUSY DAYS FOR TAFT.
Washington, D. C, June 24. Presi
dent Taft arrived from his New Eng
land trip this morning and lost little
time in tackling the mass of work that
had accumulated during his brief ab
sence. Owing to the press of busi
ness the President has found it neces
sary to cancel the engagement he had
made to deliver an address tomorrow
before a Chautauqua meeting at Moun
tain Lake Park. Md.
Cincinnati, O., June 24. Many dele
gates arrived in Cincinnati today for
the annual convention of the National
association of Photo-Engravers of the
United States and Canada. The con
vention will begin its sessions Monday.
Marriages of German actresses and
members of the German aristocracy
are becoming common and there are
six instances of members of reigning
families taking wives from the stage.
The new theater list shows about fif
ty nobles among the better known
bom. seated Mfc SUa ftibbaa-1
SSmSSn mmAxm ruxa,
mm kaaam m Bast. Saftatt. ftatbbla
which Will Appear at the Gennett
BANKER AND WIFE
RUN DOWN BY AUTO
New Cattle, Ind., June 24. Mont
Leakey, cashier of the national bank
New Lisbon, and Mrs. Leakey were inj
jured about the head and face
eyys' escaped uninjured. The buggy
by a touring car driven by Howard
Payne southeast of the city. The
horse they were driving was killed,
but the five-year-old child of the Leak
eys's escaped uninjured. The buggy
was demolished by the force of the
collision, as the auto was driven at
high speed. The injuries of Mr. and
airs. Leakey were dressed and they
were taken to their home at New Lis
bon. Failure to note the approach of
each other is given as the cause. The
auto was only slightly damaged.
At Local Theaters
At the Murray.
The Siebert Lindley Company, De
Moine Siebert. Alice Lindley and Nor
bert Myles in "Her Own Mother," are
playing at the Murray this week and
making a great hit. The skit is real
6imon pure, wholesome comedy and Is
handled by three clever actors. Mr.
Siebert is especially good and a strong
comedy role compels laughter from the
instant he appears. Miss Lindley does
charmingly the duo role of mother and
daughter. She Is an exceedingly clev
er little actress and does all with such
ease and naturalness as to win a posi
tive triumph. Her quick changes are
neatly done. Norbert Myles gives the
best support and runs out one of the
best act producers on the circuit.
The Malvern Troupe, five up-to-date
gymnasts perform some of the most
difficult stunts in their line. They
display the most grace and have the
most style to their act of any act of
the kind seen here before.
Tommy Overholtz with his novelty
song dance introducing his own origi
nal chair dance has more than made
good. Powell and Wilson in their or
iginal act, the "Color Scheme" contin
ue to please.
The following letters remain un
claimed at the local Post Office and
will be sent to the Dead Letter Office
if not. called for within two weeks.
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Mrs. Creed, Miss Mary Downard, Mrs.
John Dubois, Mrs. E. J. Hill, Miss Rena
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Miller, Mrs. M. Nester Murchy, Mrs.
M. Ninlord. Miss Myrtle Olson, Mrs.
Rosa B. Thomas, Mrs. George Wise,
Mrs. John Moore.
Gentlemen's List. Albert Baden, L.
Bichi, Walter Black, W. S. Brouencer,
T. J. Byers. Robert Chambers, C. O.
Dull, Edw. Farrell, John Fry, Kovois
Gargznek, Wielmozng Pan Antoni
Gasmt (due 10 cents), Chas. C. Gehr
ing, R. E. Grose, A. R. Groves, Harry
J. Hafer, John R. Hefferman, Harry
Herbert, J. E. Huff, A. L. Maler, John
Marshall. G. R.! Martin (2), Wm. Mil
ler, F. Nelson, Orivel Parton, M. E.
Peyton, Same Philips, Rev. W. H.
Poole. Guy Roach, L. Runyen, Frank
Rutan, Myrven Shade. Chas. W. Stu
art, . Marion Thomas, Perry Toney, C.
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E. M. Haas, P. M.
Queen Victoria, although simple in
her tastes, had an almost oriental lik
ing for the beautiful and costly jewel
ry. Even if ste rarely wore it. its po
session gave her pleasure and she is
reported to have spent hours looking
over her collection.
CETTER TllAU SPAIIKIKG.
Spanking does not core children of bed
wetting. There is a constitutional canst
lor this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers. Boi
W, Notro Dame. Ind., will send fres to an
mother her successful home treatment, with
full instruction. Send no money, but
write her today if your children trouble you
it. this way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are it can t help it. This treataieni
also cares adults and aged people trouble
with urine difficulties by day or night.
A few of the things
WHITE -CEDAR POSTS
RED CEDAR POSTS
RED CEDAR SIDING
MILL WORK ALL KINDS
No need to go out of the city. See
Monday Night, June 26th.
Bride, Mrs. Dell Spaete, the
Boston, Mass., June 24. Beautiful,
accomplished, and only 24 years of
age, playwright and author, is a rav
ing lunatic in a sanitarium near Bos
ton on account of the financial mis
deeds of Oscar F. Spaete, her husband
which drove him to suicide in a jail
cell in Detroit, Mich.
Spaete, who was brought to ruin
through mad attempts to secure a
fortune by frenzied finance methods,
drank carbolic acid in his cell, it was
revealed, rather than face the conse
quences of his acts and because he
feared he would lose his young bride,
whom he married at Leicester last
After he had left her he wrote to
her upbraiding himself for the evil
course into which he had fallen and
protesting in extravagant terms his
love. But the strain was too much
and her brain gave way and she was
taken to a sanitarium in Dorcheser, a
part of Boston.
At the sanitarium the young wife
was seized with the delusion that she
was responsible for her husband's mis
deeds. All day long she paces up and
down her room crying piteously that
the police are going to arrest her.
The physicians say that it is doubt
ful if she ever recovers.
Mrs. Spaete ia the daughter of an
old and aristocratic Southern family.
She has traveled all over the world,
speaks French, German, Italian, Span
ish and Portuguese fluently. Besides
being a talented writer, Mrs. Spaete
is a painter and violinist. One of her
plays, entitled "The Man and the Deal"
will be produced in New York shortly.
BRUISED FINGER NAILS.
A Simple Remedy That Keeps Them
From Turning Black.
A young woman who was gc'ng to a
debutante dinner the next evening
bruised three of the finger nails of her
right hand badly by catching them in
a door. Visions of an unsightly band,
possibly one in a sling, drove her to
the telephone to get in touch with her
His advice was: "Get yourself a
comfortable chair and an interesting
book, set yourself by a stationary
washstand in such a way that the
fingers can be held upright under the
faucet, then turn on the cold water
and let it run over the bruised fingers
for at least three-quarters of an hour,
"If the water gets too cold or chills
you during that time turn it off for a
few minutes, but never once let the
hand get out of the upright position
so the blood can run into, the bruised
finger and blacken."
The maiden's band was unmarred
for her dinner, and she was so de
lighted with the remedy she told it
for the benefit of the guests, one at
least of whom has tried this cure re
peatedly since, being inclined to awk
wardness and badly bruised fingers.
No matter how bad the hurt, .unless
the finger is mashed the throbbing
will not be followed with weeks of
blackened r.ni!s. Exchanee.
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UNABLE TO SLEEP
Danville, Ind., June 24. Clifford
Custer, son of Police Judge Vane Cut
ter and one of the best-known young
men of this eity, has been missing
since last Friday, and his wife and
father are greatly worried over his
prolonged absence. Custer is employ
ed by the Big Four railroad at Ly
ons, and the last seen of him was
when he left his home Friday night of
last week, presumably for his work.
His father says the young man has
not been able to sleep for two weeks
and he thinks this has something to
do with his disappearance. The po
lice of several cities in Illinois and In
diana have been requested to watch
SAVED BY QUICK WIT.
Clever Ruse ef a French Peasant Call
ed For Conscription.
Two young men of a certain French
Tillage were called en; to draw for a
conscription. One only was wanted to
complete the number, and of the two
who were to draw one was the son of
a rich farmer and the other the only
child of a poor widow.
The farmer made friends with the
official in charge of tbe ballot and
promised him a handsome present if
he would only prevent his son from
going into the army, in order to do
this the official put into the urn two
black balls instead of one black and
one white. When the young men came
"There are two balls, one black and
one white, in the urn. He who draws
the black one must serve. Your turn
Is first," pointing to the widow's son.
The latter, suspecting that all was
not fair, drew one of the balls from
the urn and immediately swallowed it
without even looking at it.
"Why have you done that?" asked
the official. "How are we to know
whether you have drawn a black or
"Oh. that's very simple, was the re
ply. "Let the other man now draw.
If I have the black he must necessari
ly draw the white one."
There was no help for it, and the
farmer's son. putting his hand Into tbe
urn, drew the remaining ball, which,
to the satisfaction of the spectators,
was a black one.
A Changed Hope.
"I haven't recently beard yon ex
pressing the hope that your rich old
uncle might shuffle off."
"No. He married a young woman
not long ago. and I'm busy hoping be
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RESULTS OF DIET
Authorities Disagree Wheth
er to Eat or Not.
New York, June 24.. Shortly after
the steamship San ' Anna sailed away
for Naples and Marseilles, with Dr.
'Woods Hutchinson the writer. Dr. Am
os T. Jennings, also a writer on medi
cal subjects for lay reading, visited
the ship news office at the Battery
and opened fire upon the note the re
porters had brough in from Dr. Hutch
inson. The subject was "How to Become
Tain by Frequent and Excessive Eat
ing." A French scientist recently
gave to the world his formula for re
ducing weight by the five-meals-a-day
treatment, and a copy of it was shown
to Dr. Hutchinson. He agreed. with
the French physician, saying:
"The more often one eats the more
one keeps his stomach amused, and
less actual substance is imbibed by
the system. The man who keeps
pieceing all day long actually eats less
in proportion to his bodily weight
than a man who eats three times a
day and gorges. A well known Aus
trian physician conducted experiments
for one week with four sett of men.
One flroup got two meals a day, an
other three, another four and anoth
er five. He found in the end that the
men of two meals thrived better and
actually ate more than those of the
other three groups.
When the Hutchinson interview
was straightened out, despite the ar
guments of Dr. Jenkins, the latter
was asked for proof of his assertion
that frequent eating during the day
would not reduce flesh.
"Well, gentlement," replied Dr. Jen
kin's. "My proof is the average chef.
Look at him. He Is nibbling all day
long, and he is about as fat and sleek
and husky as any man alive."
Wanted Barber at H. H. Rolling's,
No. 7 S. 9th St- Pay 75c on the dollar.
As white truffles have nothing like)
the market value of black ones the
black truffle of perigord, for example.
Is worth $4.40 a pound, while its hum
bler cousin of Burgundy only bringa
40 cents to 75 cents means have been
found to make the cheaper delicacy
assume the outward appearance of the
HAPPY OLD AGE
May be prorpoted by those who
Sently cleanse the system, now and
ten, when in need of a laxative
remedy, by taking a desettspoonful
of the ever refreshing, wholesome
and truly beneficial Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna which is the
only family laxative generally ap
proved by the most eminent phy
sicians, because it acts in a natural,
strengthening way and warms and
tones up the internal organs without
weakening them. It is equally benefi
ficial for the very young and the mid
dle aged, as it is always efficient and
free from all harmful ingredients. To
get its beneficial effects it is always
necessary to buy the genuine, bear
ing -the name of the Company,
Cattfornia Rg I Syrup Co.plamry
printed on the front of every package.
I have sold over 1200 Tons
And Still Got Plenty.
This is the time to buy.
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To be used on your vacation.
We have Just received a new
These goods are just the thins
for traveling and outing trips.
Miller Harness Store
The 8tore of Quality
827 MAIN 8TREET
7:15 p. m.
7:05 a. m.