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ALMOST A WRECK Restored to Health by Lydia £. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Her ' Own Story, Westwood, Md.— “l am a farmer's wife and do most of my own work when I am able. I had B nervous spells, fe male weakness and terrible bearing down pains every month. I also suf fered much with my right side. The pain started in my back and extended around i i,i my right side, and • I the doctor told me it organic inflam mation. I was sick every three weeks and had to stay in bed from two to four days. “It is with great pleasure I tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound has done for me. I have fol lowed your directions as near as possi ble, and feel much better than I have felt for years. When I wrote you be fore I was almost a wreck. You can publish this letter if you like. It may help to strengthen the faith of some poor suffering woman.”—Mrs. John F. Kichakds, Westwood, Maryland. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound to restore their health. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia IS. Pinkham’s Vegeta ble Compound will help you,write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict couiideuce. HIS ONE FAULT. “Is your husband a good man?” “Yes; he’s a good man. I can’t complain. But he always sneaks out whenever the clergyman calls.” Tramp’s Golf Ball. “The trusts are doing away with ->m petition, and when competition ith its ill feeling vanishes the world will be a better place.” The speaker was William Dean Howells, the author. He continued: “But the trusts deserve no credit for working toward this good. For the trusts’ motive is evil. The trusts, indeed, treat the public as the tramp treated the golfer. “ ‘My good man,’ said a golfer in anxious tones, ‘have you seen a golf ball hereabouts? It’s my last ball, and if I lose it I shall have to give up my day’s game and return to town.' “The tramp, a villainous-looking in dividual, answered; “ No. boss, I ain’t seen no golf ball, but I’ve got one in my pocket that I brought from home what I don’t mind sellin’ you for a couple of dollars.’ ” Partial Success. "Do you believe in those faith cures?" “Oh, I have known some that cured faith in them.” Usual Results. “Did the girls get a hint of our se cret?” “Yes —with telling effect.” Its Pace. “So time runs its race?” “Yes, in the laps of years.” Lives of great men may remind us that it is sometimes better to remain obscure. Handy Breakfast Ready to Serve Direct From Package Post Toasties and cream A dainty dish of toasted Indian Corn, brimful of sweet flavour and substantial nourishment. 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The achievement nearing comple tion is the damming of the mighty Mississippi river, harnessing it to tur bine wheels and electric generators and distributing its tremendous power over one hundred miles and more of the most efficient portion of the United States on a direct traffic line to the rest of the western hemisphere. It is not only an unparalleled engin eering achievement, but also perhaps the greatest single economic force flung into the world by the hand of man, excepting only the Panama ?anal. Nearly Mile Long. The basis of the water power de velopment at Keokuk, in the south eastern corner of the state of lowa, la a great dam extending for nine tenths of a mile from the Illinois bluff to its junction with the titanic pow er house near the lowa shore. This dam is a composite structure of 119 arched spans, all alike, with piers six feet thick thirty feet apart, and spill ways in the spans, all alike, over which the water will flow. This dam is a monolith of massive concrete set down several feet into the hard rock bottom of the Mississippi, but im pounding the water by its immense weight. The structure, with the ex terior appearance of a bridge, is 53 feet high, 42 feet wide at the bottom, and 29 feet wide on top; the spillways between the piers are 32 feet high, fill the width of the dam at the bottom, have vertical upstream faces, and their downstream face is an ogee curve which delivers the water at the bottom horizontally to the river cur rent. On top of each spillway will be a steel gate 11 feet high. By varying the number of these gates, which are open and closed, the amount of -water flowing over the dam will be regulat ed. with the result that at varying stages of the river the pool above the dam will have always an unvarying depth and its surface will always re main at the same place. The water wheel itself is another example of overcoming the impossi ble, for experts said that it was im possible to build a turbine which would meet the unusual conditions there. But Chief Engineer Cooper called a council of war and a little later rose from the head of that table with anew design of turbine which tests show has 86 per cent, of effi ciency as compared wTth the next best result ever attained of 80 per cent, and a textbook figure of 75 per cent, of efficiency as the norm to be used in engineering calculations. The 30 turbine wheels in the Keokuk power house are several times as large in dimensions as any ever made before. Each is at the lower end of a shaft 25 inches in diameter, on the upper end of which is the revolving part of the electric generator standing on the power-house floor. The revolving shaft, with its machines at each end. weighs about 552,000 pounds, and it is supported on one bearing which is lubricated by forcing oil between its surfaces at a pressure of 250 pounds to the square inch. From this bear- Inga steel cone carries the weight to UNCOVER AN ANCIENT CITY Ostia Centuries Ago Was One of the Most Important of Romes’ Cen ters of Population. Pompeii has a rival in Ostia. The third international archaeological con gress met in Rome recently and took a day’s excursion to vanished Ostia But few even of those learned men realized the importance of the excava tions there going on. Ostia was founded in the third cen tury B. C., and was about 15 miles from Rome, on an island, at the mouth of the Tiber. It was from this port that the naval expeditions set out that made Rome the mistress of the Medi terranean. When wars of conquest gave way to commerce Ostia was the seaport of the capital of the world, and at the height of its prosperity had 80,000 inhabi tants. Besides being a business center it was a favorite summer resort for Romans. But with the fall of the empire Ostta declined. The raids of the barbarians and of the Sacracena ruined the city. a huge ring below, and the total weight of one turbine unit is about 882.000 pounds. The lower ring itself weighs about 111,000 pounds, and be tween it and an up[ er ring of similar size is a steel cylinc embedded in the massive concrete, which is the basement of the power house. The 30 turbines develop over 300,000 horse power, and this is increased by two auxiliary smaller wheels, which also energize the exciters of the electric generators. This is over three times as much power as is developed in any one other water-power plant in the world After deducting slight losses of energy and very large reserve, 200.000 horsepower will be sold for commercial use. At the lower end of the great pow-er house is a colossal lock with the same width as those at Panama and with a lift of 40 feet instead of the lift of 28 feet 4 Inches in any one lock at the canal. Beside the lock will be a mam moth dry dock for building and re pairing boats. There is also a long and high wall protecting the tracks of a railroad alongshore, which must be elevated above the new r water level above the dam, and an ice fender like a concrete bridge over a kilometer long is anothr part of the work there in the bottom of the Mississippi riv er, built to keep ice and debris of all kinds out of the turbines. At its western end this largest of power dams joins the pow r er house, which stretches almost at right angles down the river for almost a third of a mile —accurately, 1,718 feet —with a width of about 133 feet and a height of over 177 feet. The water from the immense forebay between the power house and the lowa shore passes through thirty arched portals, behind which are buttressed, on their outer ends, the steel rods acting as strainers. Behind each arched por tal are four Intakes to each turbine water W'heel, each intake being 22 feet high. Work of Many Years. The origin of that water power de velopment is most interesting. It is the result of remarkably persistent la bor on the part of the people of that community through several decades. In the middle of the last century the value of the vast quantity of power going to waste there w T as recognized and various unsuccessful movements to utilize it were launched. Then ten years were spent in work which was successful at last. A corporation which really was a trustee for the peo ple made preliminary surveys, collect ed data, obtained a franchise act from congress, and searched for capital to build the water power installation. It obtained its funds from the municipal treasuries of Keokuk and of Hamil ton, 111., across the river. It succeed ed only after it interested in the proj ect Mr. Hugh L. Cooper, who organ ized the present proprietor company only after much labor and many re buffs, and succeeded finally chiefly be cause of his record of successful building of water powder plants at Ni agara Falls, Sao Paulo and other places. It is intended to start the turbines and generators in the mammoth powd er house early next summer, with the president of the United States pulling the lever to start the turbines, while he stands surrounded by the governors of all the states in the Mississippi valley. Many Abandon Religious Faith. Germany, according to the religious statistics of the empire, has an in creasing number of persons without any religious profession. At least they are so registered. The number has grown from 17,000 in 1907 to nearly 205.000. and in the seventh century the inhabi tants fled to escape the Corsairs. Na ture took a hand in its destruction, he sea left it some miles inland and the sand covered it until the island became a desert. During the renaissance its ruins were used as a quarry for building ma terial by the noble families. Since 1878 the government has been digging out the city slowly, like all such public works in Italy. But in the last five years there have been some sensational discoveries of statuary etc. About a fifth of the city has been uncovered, and some of the streets are found to have their houses as well, preserved as those of Pompeii. At present the diggers are clearing out the Forum. 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It’s perfectly extraordinary,” burst out the blushing girl. “How can you know that?” “By my long study of the science," was the reply. “But surely the lines on my hand — cannot tell you the na ” “Who said anything about lines?” replied the prophetic one, with wither ing scorn. “You are wearing the en gagement riirg I returned to him three weeks ago.” OF INTEREST^ TO WOMEN Miss Duncan, of Oklahoma, Makes New Plain Statements For Publication in Interest of Women. Chapel, Okla. —“Please print this letter,” writes Miss Mollie Duncan of this place, “as it may reach and help some poor suffering woman. For 17 years I had been afflicted with womanly troubles, and had tried different treatments, but none of them helped me any. I suffered so much I could hardly bear it. I had such drawing-down pains, and a pain in my side. v ALo headache and those awful dizzy spells. I was very weak, and could not be up, at times. 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Slow Chap. “Yes,” laughed the girl with the pink parasol, “he is the slowest young I man I ever saw.” i “In what way, dear?” asked his | chum. i “Why, he asked for a kiss and I told i him I w ore one of those knotted veils i that took so long to loosen.” j “And what did he do?” “Why, the goose took time to untie the knot.” —Mack’s Monthly. For a Rubber Plant. When the leaves turn yellow and fall off the plant is dying. Feed it a , tablespoonful ol olive oil every two Also wash the plant once a w’eek with warm soapsuds, letting the warm suds moisten the earth thor oughly. Sprinkle every other day. This same treatment should be used on ferns. Nice Distinction. “Pa, what is patriot?” “That depends, my son. In the time of George Washington, he w r as a man who walked barefoot on snow and ice to serve his country. Now he is one who does it by getting a job.” The Height of Absurdity, “You scheme is foolish.” “Foolish?” “Yes, sir, absolutely foolish. As foolish as—well, as foolish as the libretto of a grand opera.” • Better Way. “Does your wife raise a rumpus when you stay away from home at | night?” “No; but she does when I get ; home.” - - ■ - - _ S nocks. “Why do you refer to that orator as the human high explosive?” “Because he is always getting the uplift confused with the outburst” Live and let live la a poor motto for butcher*. WHERE WE FIND EMERALDS Famous Muzo Mine* In the Republic of Colombia Produce Finest Gems. The finest emeralds are found In the Republic of Colombia, at the fa mous Muzo mines in the department of Boyaca. seventy miles north by west of Bogota, which have been worked since 1558. The Spaniards mined there In the middle of the six tenth century, but withdrew after a time, owing to continual fighting with the Indians; with the result that for awhile the locality of the mines was unknown. They are now’ worked by an English company, in partner ship with the government. The emer alds at Muzo occur In calcite veins running through black carboniferous limestone in all directions and at all angles. Often the limestone is cov ered with earth, in wiilch hushes and trees are growing; this has to be cleared before prospecting is possible. When calcite veins have been located, the side of the hill is dug away in “banks,” usually by Indians, whose chief tool is a steel bar forged to a point at one end. The pieces of cal cite vein are examined superficially for emeralds, and are then set aside for conveyance to the sorting-shed, where a detailed examination is made, and the emeralds are divided into fif teen grades according to color, trans parency, size, freedom from flaws, and so on. Something to Be Thankful For. Michael Meehan was the proud pos sessor of a brand new silk high hat. At the w’ake of his dearest enemy he had guarded it carefully, and as a consequence was strolling home with the tile unscathed. As he passed the site of a building operation, a lady acquaintance nodded pleasantly With an ostentatious wave of the hat, which exhibited it to excellent ad vantage, Michael bowed. At the same moment a brick sailed down from an upper floor and bounced from his bared skull. Upon coming to he in quired anxiously for the hat. A by stander restored it unharmed. Mike felt the egg-sized lump on his head occasioned by the impact of the brick, and then regarded his undamaged tile. “Begorry,” he sighed in satis faction, “it’s lucky it is I saw- the loidy in toirae!” Mark Twain and T. R. Augustus Thomas, the playwright, kept the mirth alive with story after story. One had reference to a game in which the players, so Mr. Thomas said, were Colonel Roosevelt, the late Mark Tw’ain and himself. “In the course of the game Colonel Roosevelt talked much of war,” said Mr. Thomas. “And I remember him turning to Mark Twain and asking him if it were true that the bravest men were nervous when they faced the enemy, and Mark Twain, being an old confederate soldier, replied; ‘Yes, that is quite true, for I remember vividly to this day that I had the I quality of maintaining it all through | the engagement.’”—New r York Sun. Familiar to “Mike.” A negro clairvoyant who for some time masqueraded as a Hindoo w r as recently visited by a collector, Mike O’Conner. “Ah,” smiled the clairvoyant, “ze genzelman wantz ze palm read?” “No.” said Mike, “ze genzelman has ze bill for you.” When the bill was produced the palm reader forgot his Hindoo an cestors and a stream of perfect Eng lish swear words poured from his lips. “Ah.” said Mike, smiling, “ze gen zelraan sounds more like ze Indiana avenue zan ze Hindoo."—lndianapolis News. Her Advice. “Reginald.” says the beauteous ob ject of his adoration, “I happened to read in the paper that sugar has gone I away up in price, and for that reason | candy is more expensive. I just think j you are extravagant to keep bringing me a pound every time you call.” “I am glad to do it, darling,” avows Reginald. “I know you are, but you must learn to be economical. Papa told mamma to buy sugar by the barrel and get it cheaper, so maybe you would better buy candy for me the same way.” Trend of Times. Ex-Governor Pennypacker, discuss ing the divorce evil in Philadelphia, said, with a smile: “In these times one never, as the saying goes, knows where one is at. An acquaintance of mine extended his hand to me at the Historical society the other day and cried: “ ‘Congratulate me! I am the hap piest man alive!’ “I looked at him doubtfully. “ ‘Engaged, married or divorced?’ I asked.” —New York Tribune. Cleverness Required. “In these days of high-cost living,” said Representative De Forest, the sponsor of the bill for pensioning ex presidents, “we hear of many queer economics. “On a street car the other day. at the end of a discussion on saving and retrenchment, a lady said decisively: “ ‘Oh, any woman can cut her hus band’s hair; but. believe me. it takes a clever f r e to cut it so that other women’s husbands will suspect noth mg Analyzing the Philosopher. Finley Peter Dunne was sympathiz ing. at a New' York club, with a play wright whose play had failed. “Brace up!” he cried. “Take it like a philosopher!” Then Mr. Dunne smiled the whimsi cal Dooley.smile and added: “A philosopher is one who has train ed himself to bear with perfect seren ity the misfortunes of others.” The Process. “I am a bankrupt in love.” "Then it is time for supplementary proceedings.” fty% WJB g \ *%%*~ k *%U* **•* **r^***^y' at ijf r Have You Seen _ the Coupon Now in || ^J |j| |S| Liggett &, Myers Duke’s Mixture makes a great pipe smoke —and rolled into a cigarette 12 nothing can beat it. S lt is the favorite smoke of thousands of § * men who want selected, pure, \ irginia and B S North Carolina bright-leaf tobacco. If you have not smoked Duke’s Mixture, M U made by Liggett <| Myers at Durham, N. C. —try it at once. 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"What shall we say of Senator Aver age?” “Just say he was always faithful to his trust.” “And shall we mention the name of the Trust?” ' Queer Sex. “Yes,” said the man at the end of the bar, as he ordered his second drink, “women sure are queer crea tures. I came home tonight and thought my wife looked a little down in the mouth. So I said: ‘After sup per let’s go to the theater.’ And she burst into tears and said: ‘Me busy all day doing up preserves and you come home and ask me to go to the theater.’ She was still crying when 1 came out. It beats all. doesn’t it? Bartender, I think I’ll take just one more.” Rooted in the Human Heart. There is a smell in our native earth better than all the perfumes in the east. There is something in a mother, though never so angry, that the chil dren will more naturally trust her than the studied civilities of strangers, let them be never so hospitable. — Lord Halifax. 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