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CEyCCRA 7 -ST AM FU3L ii O. M. CAVS5 P . At ia-lraJ-et lHu'Ht! If-ip't. t.Bwr,t IB tf, e-:e Bl ; TM c(wgcirU ( b S t h !-.: f 1 1 v i. i r a la ' ' m- ti . IB lta- - Tof B-BIB. I Wl'SBr. - B4 U.B t-..ta"e ''"' '''ll,, a' " pA-.'tx, mi . Kit'. At '.r.r 5i. f.u. ire 4 .11. u vs.;.;- -N t b r' 1. 11' f f I . f ' II. U.P In.tr f t f V ..- t , ii f If " I'- !i i l i i ; i. tt'' .1 " t t 1 1" We 4'.- .i'h':r'r ) t' 4' '!' I , M.-M )N I M K II M I f ft t F . . f f ll I t I- I ' Ii ' I''' I I ir, ,r J.. . f ..- s ' I I'-'"' 1 1 i-f Ml-"H I. .- t I ' 1 " l.f II 1 II, , ' Jt.il I 1" We i-r Bl.th fUrl f 4HD' tlfl'-l' JAVII.s If M. tU.K, i.f ,n. . ii.h 4 4 ' ti. H ' i f"' t if. ml J r'.'e . f ( . c i. 1 I M-tf t-t df Mi--ii 1 1. it I i 1 1 4" t r !i i r th i'. ii, ur 1 "y We sre luttiMi i j- 1 l'i utiit'.utK J M UIWAIIT, i f I if - r.'- f.iiutr. ' ' ,: l"lt- fr Cifiiit Ju -U of tin" , ml in-tri.'t if M lll t'i. U';'''-t t't th 'tl "O i,f Hi livui u'uti 4fiir W't i buIIh r t (1 t'i nnmifir J I lAl.l.r.M.KIl. nf II irri-'in rminly. i run li'l it f' ' I In nit Jii nf Hi- P'-i'inl I'l'trul ,,f M.l. Ji, nutijrft t'i tlif 4' tl II if tli In itii rue irt THE GREAT CONFLICT OF THE NATIONS. WtU'it mil' fi-.it Js tlif urc.tt t"if tin t i if tlte ii.iti'iiis lti.it it now mi in luirnpf, one uinnut tuip ivtlit!n, wli.it a little an J apparently uniin pottanl thiiii! it takes to ilune the history of ttie w orkl, anJ how true are the or Js f f Shakevptare w lien he say s: "There is a Jivmity that shapes our enJs, fuuh hew them as we will." f or more than thirty years luimpe ha been an armeJ tamp, e.ith nation Jealously waUhintj the other,1 and when one advtrJ new battalion f tnwips or a battleship to its force the others immediately doubled then uwn. The diplomats of the world have been on a constant watch for any mistal e that would rultle the Calm. A treat Peace Tribunal was established at the ll.iiiue w here na tions mitjht meet and settle their dif ferences by arbitration, and only a few weeks ao some journals were predicting that the atft' of war-like conflicts was past and the world would know universal and everlast ing peace. "It is the unexpedej that hap pens" said a w itty f renchman, and just at the moment when the world was dreaming its dream of peace a mad man assassinates the heir ap parent of Austria and his w ife, and this is the signal for an outbreak ot a universal war in liurope and prob ably Asia. The cyclones and hurricanes that sweep the earth and sea carrying death and destruction to everything in their path, is nature's way ot purifying the air and water anc making them better fitled to support life. The great wars that sweep the earth are also the agencies of an un seen power for regenerating the so cial and political atmospheres and though sorrow and sintering are their attendants, good eventually comes from them. it is not our purpose to engage m any vaticination as to the outcome of this war, or as to wlu will be the victor but w e give it as our opinion that this war w ill do more to bring about disarmament of the nations and universal peace than all the labor of the diplomats and "Peace Congresses" can ever do. What ever be the result to individual nations the w orld w ill be the better- as the world moves forw ird and not backward and toward a higher de velopment and to larger fullness ot life. Benin J it all there is a pow er that ' makes for righteousness" or as Browning says: "The year's at the spring, And day's at the morn; God's in his Heaven All's right w ith the world." This would be a good time for Andrew Carnegie to domate another million to the cause of universal peace. By going to war is exactly the way people settled their quarrels six or seven thousand years ago. Here is w here we are again re minded that Krupps have their paid agents in every army establishment in Europe, whose business it is to incite hostile action. H i 't 0 CCMPAf, Cn :V.;A'-; Pa .vry Irs-Uy 'fi''. . M m, B. ": AlL HOMl ST APl ; The Third Tirre the Angel of Death ' Has Knocked at the Doer of ! the White House. w.-. i. - : , n S t.i",- - tv, J-'! :.i f i.f t!,o (J i ? CUV,! 1 i V If. s, !' - 1 s Ui. k J .1" t d - it: . t: i 1 ..'I. .r .,f !' -J a iv t! I I ! t.'-t i-mirt 10, ,t;j ylrr rl i.. si:' a:iJ i.l W,te :f f I- P ! ' t. ik i. iv in was mi Sc; W. u! Mrs, l,- rawfjA.iy, ?' e sew, iij v.js nil t'.l . r J lvi, when the de-l.h of Mrs. Car -la.e S-tt Harrivri 'ncurff j, and Use t' ' I was if) A .g ist Vh, l'.H, when Mrs. I ,'. li I TjiM' W.K .ii il 'wj her eyes in the sift p t!ut c: ..s n j waking. Mrs. Wils.'ii I, ad artistic ability i.f no mean nrJi-r and had many chamnng tra.ts of ihafjcter whkh endeared tier to all who l,t4 the privilege of her acquaintance. The essential ii'itulity of her natuie was Nst mdicattdfy her interest in and work for others. She -was espec ially interested in the movement f r the education of t h e Southern mountain people, and in measures for the benefit of the poor of Wash ington. On the morning of the day she died Mrs. Wilson said that she would tie happy it she could Pe assured of the passage of what is commonly called the "Washington Alley bill", and it is a pleasure to add that from both the SenateanJ the House it . i mere tame me prompt assurance that this lull will soon become a aw. And her last words to )r. draysonwere promise me that you will take care of Woodrow I he whole nation extends its sympathy to the President and his laughters in thefr sorrow. Shortly b tore it became know n that Mrs. Wilson was dangerously ill it was w hispcred around that new honor is to come to the Presi dent in February next when the stork is expected t o visit Mrs, rrancis H. hayre. It is not yet known whether it will alight in the White House or the modest cottage in Williamstown, M issaJ.usetts, a here Mr and Mrs. Say re will live next winter. It will be remembered that Julia I)ent (irant, now the Princess Cantacuene of Russia, was born in the White House while her grandfather was President. America May Be Benefitted By European War. Senators and Congressmen are discussing war. its causes and ef fects, while bulletins are eagerly scanned for news of a Reliable character that will give the true situation as it exists in thegreat theatre of conflict n o w raging. Many conflicting views obtain among the nation's statesmen as to the probable effect the w ar w ill have on the United States, the prevailing belief that it will result in higher prices for American products, especi ally food stuffs. There are those, however, who think they will be more than counterbalanced by the cutting off of certain countries from our markets and the wholesale im poverishment of the nation now at one another's throats. Be this as it may, it is most generally conceded that the time is ripe for the nation to put its best foot forw ard towards securing a larger trade with South American countries, n o w that Germany, which controls much of the trade, is engaged in a titanic struggle for its very existence. On tottering thrones, therefore, America may benefit immeasurably. Gold Mine For The Farmers. While Americans are deploring this not only cruel and barbarous but most unneccessary war, w e can not overlook the fact that it will pour wealth into the pockets of the American Farmers, for it w ill raise the price of that bumper crop grain and foodstuff to a very high figure all over Furore. Job Work of all kinds at the Democrat-Star office. SOME ADVANTAGES Of Vv - j) H ( , A Good Tp nr p Mr. i. I'I tscmi Moii ha caul thit lh- pr'nr la u.(ul la th iummwr, do uot fu.Sji r'IHf that a it Juc b u-(jI la h liar t!ru In fuel wbrr th.-r It b quantity ot tulik to bainjlr. It la la Bum ri-cts tlrti llior tjf B IH-t ltjf Siiik ban. ut cuurm. niany ti!nti liU'h rjijir (.. cui aitputlou dur ti.( 111.' rol ia!!i.j, Bini to Biljutt tr irrmi to b tt ipvlfil oiisbIoo tif !h eriitur Aiimt t"r)iiii( hi mmiilalni dur Ui ttir rolil BiitiUrr ttiBt th cmbiu diKi nut rt imfvry, h ti di mlUuiB to nljM.ile thl ti hfHtli.K on tli rm Bltuit to th wuldlns point hn th milk Ii n rut utialiud. 8oni tiBV trlnl thl lth ucrB, n l ll know thst It nuaiii mir h'd orli, and butr moii-y und'T rh coiiililliim la aurt'ly parncd. Vt. h-re tin- mlik In obtalr.'-d In lars quantltla tliln mi.thiid ould be out of the gurniu.ii Blthoul ipclal taclll tUt The ari'Bratiir anka bo prlal fa- uti, and the crrBtn (mint prat Bhi'ti It s' tn to ork. The proem 1.4 equally thomuiill and my In tto Bi'iiihtT, or hn th nu'reury Is tra lln uroumt aiinmit the nineties. AIikj. th rriHin will m of the name unlfiirm quality day aftiT day. Thrs ti on dungi r ut twins compelled to rliurii for tiniim Junt bu'toiHA the but tur r'fii to rum. hlch Is usually the riiBiilt of low gnthorliiK of the condlilim lmn'iicd whi n all the cream la bmind tn come, Bint that at the prop tr llin. The mixing of too mui-h milk with th" rri-Bin, the cream gauge arrange prrfiTtty. Hiittir inailii from S st'pnruted prciiin li uniform In qiiitllty There Is no need of an Apology beoBuee the rrmm na s little ihla or that, for hero only the rreiim and not the milk mint be kept St a rertaln temper sture, the work In easily dons, , To keep the milk for hours at the nii-l fnvornble temperature nilnht mini! grint Inronveiilence In the lioiiMlnlil, hut the niiinHer cn am Jar Congress May Remain In Session Until There is a Rift in the War Clouds. It begins to look as if Congress will remain in session until there is a rift in the war clouds now en compassing the w hole of liurope, in w hich event much needed legisla tion will be enacted that would otnerwise nave pern left until tne short session of Congress in order that legislators could go home and participate in their primaries and, later, in the elections. The President's anti-trust legis lation program i s moving along slowly but surely, audit is confi dently predicted that within the next six weeks the bills dealing w ith the various phases of trust affairs w ill be out of the w ay and then, should the European war still con tinue, Congress would remain in session to take care of any event ualities that might arise to disturb the peace or the commerce of the United States. Stranded Americans In Europe. Congress has appropriated 500,000 to bring home the t w o hundred thousand American caught in h'urope by the War, as they had no warning whatever, for the German Emperor plunged Europe into the w ar, like a clap of thunder out of a deal sky. ''lie's a mean man." How so?" When Ills little gr hfs fur Ice creiiui sundae he asks tier If she wouldn't rather have s 1M watch when she's nineteen -Courier Journal. RHEUMATISM pf 1 1 CV f You fn Ulk III W I V ; you want shout remarkable cures, but you simoly cnn'l have rliwimiitism sftor you iiiie GE.RAR.DY RHEUMATIC REMEDY because it (rets atthe eaiiseof rheumatism itisMilrew the nrieaeid in the blood -throws the poison onl of the system. OOe and tl per bottle at druirgists or write ns din-et. at-srasi-DV limmt it, ,.i,.. its no, rvmwii luwwim lii ,-ue. rtt. , i Th m P. Criui Cs.Ltl, New Orlcsts, U. WINTER SEPARATOR cf Dairy Co. and thus ruaily kpt at the dttrd ti rj.; . raturs, Blthout b tt.f very much la the sy. While It "' Ht-.out aaytof thai more butter la obtained bau alt Him rreara u tak-n from the milk sod k i t In the beat d "ton. It ta equally true that the i r .1 u t la uniformly good There la no artatlon. la thU ay, If you ca pleas s cue turner one duy. you cao pleaae htm the ti. ti. and this he soon discover and anka for your butter. Then, the d-sler ho bandies your butter soon learns to guarantee 1L He cao sxtl it for b Iter price than the, ordinary butter, and alnce the bat bit of gain Is stl gain, tbe proflta are tbua very mate rially Inrreaaed. it you still lh to send th prod uct! say to be manufactured, the lord to be hauled over bad roads Is very greatly lessened. I'sually H Is not necessarily delivered so often; and In the colder weather, when there Is danger of freejlng In transit, the small can Is sgaln more easily managed. The advantage of having th farm : k im milk tn ft ed to the atock Is of io fold value. The chilled milk nh'rh Is aur to come back from the rn.itnery being In no way eqiutl In fending value to tho freeh milk. Bhlch even if reheated, still lacks tn value, while It Is Increased In cost of pro duction. At every turn (here Is sn Independ nice gained, and this Is one of the great things to the farmer. The more he rnn plan to do his work, Independ ent'of others and the weather, the less will be the friction, the more complete I the satisfaction It Is at the Inst end of th process however, that the real profit stands ont. There are expenses connected with dairying, heavy ones, and sfter these are met, the rest Is gain. There la not a fixed percentage of profit on the whole. I.enltlnmte cost must come out, no mntter wh,t the receipts, and the more we rnn save st the last end of the process, the greater will be th pure gain. THE RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL Senators Williams and Vardaman and Rep. Harrison Active. Keports In pres lr tgst several weeks Inilcate so ne duulit us to pas sage of iheUlvcrand Harbor Hill it this session of Conicress. Receut In formation from our senators and Mr. Harrison, however, iiulicntc Hint tbey ire Impeful of the psHKe i f the bill before Hiljournnicnt Is taken, and tnili Senitors Williams and Vardi. man and llepresenlallve llnrrlmn are dolnit all In their power to secure its pasiaite, and are ituarding all the Mis Isslppl projects In the bill. Tbey are now very hopeful of Its passaue by the Senate as It has already passed the House. Fairy Palaces. Do you know w hat fairy palaces yon Oiay build of beautiful thoughts, proof sgnlnst all adversity? Hrlght fancies, satisfied memories, noble histories, faithful snylngB, treasure houses of precious and restful thoughts, which care cannot disturb nor pain make gloomy; houses built without hands for our souls to live In. John Russia. Constipation Causes Sickness Don't permit yourself to become con stlpnterl. asynur system Immediately levins to absorb poison from the 'mked-iip waste matter. Cse Or Kind's New Life Pills snd keep well. There is no better siifetfinird a..'alnsl illness. Just take one dose to-niht. i"c, at ymir Druiriilst Adv. Job Work executed with neat ness and dispatch at this office. L. & N, SCHEDULE. vniiTii tuvrxn 4 T.V IttsV Slf f lllltt RBm ASrlen i mi. si is v- so v m ui ail i v c 'asciiuoiilB I 'M am. arrive Mobile :15 am lours Arrire Arrive NVwthlesna Peinil Mnliiie 0 : sin I0;:t.t am.. . J 1:59 am 4 . Sr.io am 11:34 am 12 4 i pm 10 o:t,- pm !':11 pm ,...10:40 pm 'A !::i5 pm 12:2 am.... 1:.T. am 2 I':."i0pm 1:04 am 2:20 am WH'TH UOfSD. TI I Mi.KilA .. hni Drriffl ll..fl.. mil H i", pm, arrive Hay St. Louis i.i pm. 1.tp Arrive Arrire Mobile I'umummls X iirl.-.r., .1 2:12 am :i:4s am . .. 7:Mnm :I7 ;i:.i.'t am ... 4:."H am 7:-V am ! fi:4." am . ... M am 1 1 :..0 ni .i . . I:4i pI ... t o pm.... 7:K) pm 1. . l.tTi pal ..ZA rU S-wpiu Jouji R. Watts, Local Agent. PRIZED F.ELIC CF WAYrlCWtH &op Sicn T C; Ovr I Fa- ! SSOUB VlWl IB t MitSBUfli in N Otmbml y.w -! ir. . c-"'f gcm!! -: ? J..- r-I.t at th M" .. . hit a j.iob hichl' l-'.-T to that of prfwoi fc.'avscir r v h" !! is th II rrr biii'Lr: ol i:w s.. cu--?! ca J.-kw r,r (i'.t- d'Arrm-i). Th W4 tn (;-Mi is s scp of httrj ,!v-r, dn!l tn4 sJ-iivBt without or BAS.es'a'.'HS. Th. bo! ii rr.crt IibIIo, i!s-:di'y ras;!er than tbtiw in c- todaj. Th hir. ! is Wd sr.! ft', .-h !n.--t fcjuar. f!, .tir.g m ft.'Bfr'ike point st th eti i from th hiowl. To t'..' mho f i !r rh hsHmarki of sil f snd rh'.ns ti' h.r foiud h mnrt rl -n,irit than th; bit e! old iilTr, 1 by Mrs. Strstr. !, mho in Tfr:tsl it from th K U, hg eair.e owr in that murhlirvd es !, th Jfsv?lowr. w Or!sns is o rich !m n ar (if hitori al and irifrin-io intiTt that it is fiopd in tl'c r.nr fufsre as notah! an ei- -iliit wilt fi N)Jl-?eil Si the ladii 'f the . t have loem-d in several of th fit nn to th various museums which sdd so prest sn interest to is;tor' sojotirn in stranp lands. Ww Orleans Pioavun. JEWEL ROBBERS KEEP BUSY Thlcvts Rtaplng Rich Harvest In Inj land Centlnental and United SUtta Crooks Blamtd. Tterival of th Kpa.nf romrerinji the famous $rT5,tKN) pari nvklii wliii h was stolen from the registered rpsil Is'twifn Paris and Imilon ha i or filtrated sttmtion on th hue harvest of jewels which thieves have Wn reaping in KngUnd. Within the last few months jewels ruined at close to $2,000,000 hate stolen in this country. Scarcely a day passes but that Scotland Yard is notified of some new theft of perns. The seaside places it present are the favorite fields of the thieves. The officials of Scotland Yard are convinced that a big pane of con. tinental and TnitiBi .States thiev are responsihle for the havoc, but they have Ixvn unable t,0 obtain the slightest rlews, as the thieves are careful not to leave anv. Certain men in the west end of Imdon who have the reputation of being jewel "fences" have been carefully watched but without result. Tho. facility with which the thieves pet rid of the jewels on the conti nent, and particularly at Brussels, ii one of the handicaps which the po lice are working under. Sales are easily effected and no questions asked so hug as the price demanded if fairly reasonable. London MaiL LIKELY HE DID. There was a traveling man ones who found himself short of funds. His first thought, of course, was to wire his firm, which he did. In a night letter he eiplaincd the situa tion and asked: "How shall I actr The next morning he got a day message, which was nothing if not illuminative: "Act as if you were broke." NOTMINQ IN IT BUT MONEY. The late Charles Major, authoi of "When Knighthood Was in Flower," was a sincere if not a very subtle writer, and he had no patience with, the literary trickster. Mr. Major at a dinner in Shelbv ville once condemned the literary trickster with the epigram: "You can fool some of the people all ot the time but when you con' eider what kind of people they are Uoes it realU- scrm worth while r HIS FEAR. "Are you afraid of an unloaded pistol?" "No, but I am of a loaded moto car driver." COMING MAN. Origps Then you don't look upon narp as a coming man? Briggs No, b.t I would if I war in charge of the penitentiary. APPROPRIATE. ''Forgers get a punishment fitting the crime, don't they?" "They certainly do when they ait sent to the 'pen . KINO Of ATTIRE. "These humid days are very wear. ing ones. "Fei l like (lie wearing in the ca !S the sv elte " ti - Ca!).!.!.. a ..v-i. -ti icrs.nsvii.fr. After fh. L..U A .... . . . li av i. s , . - '" rim net powaer. as a foot powder. Really Indispensa ble. In sifter top cans. At drug gists, IS cents. Fur Sale by A. 2ELC0HYN. Adv. ITT X r J Do You Know? " S Now is the time to put your system in good condition; get prepared for the Spring and Summer Seasons. NYAL'S Hot Springs Blood Remedy Will BENEFIT You Most. Ask Notice for Publication (I'ubiislier.) Iierarrment nf tha Interlnr. U. S. Lol O flics at Jsekvin, Mu. AUltUat 10, ll'll Sot les Is hereby given that CaruD- bl C. HsMs, of Hurler, Mississippi, who, on Jjnuiry ji, iwx nisis home- tci t entry Srll No. OriJ. fur Nr of NWl andSWi df NWJ of Sect too 3, TnwnntilpJ Suutb, UinaeS West, St. .Stephen Meridian, has Sled (Mice uf lritcnU.it, id make Eve year Proof tn eitabltHli cUlm to tbe land above de scribed, before the Clerk of the Chan cery Court i.f Jackson County, at Pa cannula, MUllppl, oo the illi day of September, 11)11. Cluimiui d 4 in fi ss witnesses: E. Crawford, of Hurley, MWl!tDui. M. J. Huberts, of flurley, Mhllppl T. A. r.oberts, of Hurley, Mlisslppl. Juiepli Jones, of Hurley, Mississippi. W. F. Ci XMlNs, Register. THE PRINTER'S DREAM. Lat eveoloK I was talklog Wkb a printer axed and irray, Who li'ld me of a dream be bad J nit after Clirlnima duy. While a-snooilnx tn bis office Tbe vision came to view; He saw an anttel enter, dresed la garments white and new. Said the spirit "I m from Heaven; The Lord lust sen1 t.edown To brlntf ynu up to glory; rut on your noldeo crown. "Mny merchants you've made richer (From few received full pay); While you've grown poorer and poor er Vour luinns did decay. "So we need you up la glory, For you have labored bard Until your brow Is hoary You've earned a great reward n Then the angel and the printer started towards the glory pate; lint when passing close to hades The angel murmured "wait "Here's a nook wish to show ymi It's the lioiten pioe In lit P. Where the dubs who be.it the printer in awrul torment dwell." The printer saw before him Old patrons by the score; An easy chair and fao he grabbed, And asked for nothing more. He nut and sat and watched them. Saw them sizzle, scorch and burn; And his former debtors iaw him Whichever way he'd turn Said the angel. ' dme up higher, Ami the pearly gtes we'll see.11 But the printer only annwered "This Is Heaven eouugli for nu." Alpha lli-ier. Whenever You Need a General Tone Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless emu ionic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QU1NINB and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. Eggs and Energy. We of today are mors careful of the nutritive values of our food than were our ancestors. The stress and strain of modern tlmps ontoil fht duty upon us. Whether we are npaitnier or happier ts a question. As a food eggs hjive always been valued. It Is not generally kuown, however, that to brain workers and to those whose work demands con eontrsMon cf their thinking powers there Is no bigger nerve-feeder than the liumWe egg.- Scientists aver that a chemical sub itnnce called lecithin Is vitally lmpor tnnt to the life of the nerve center, tt Is the undue expenditure of this substance that causes braln-fgg and general nervous 'collapso. . Many nerve Specialists prescribe lecithin to their patients, the dose blng fifteen grains a day In all. The rolk of an average egg contains suf ficient nerve tonic to enable the funo Dons of the brain to keep at concert pitch. A 200-Foot Flagpole. One of the wonders of Cansda la the 200-foot flafspole, which has been erected at Vancouver, B. C. The Idea of a record breaking single stick to fly the Vnlon Jack was to signify the vest lumber resources of the province. The stick, r magnificent fir, w as cut and delivered In the rough at the Van couver courthouse In the fall of 1912 It was left for a year to season, where there would be no UMihood of its curving while drying. In September this year. It was moved on rollers to Its final location. The' flagpole is 20g feet In length, 36 Inches In diameter at the base and 10 luehi at the top. and when ready for erection weighed about 10 tons. Purmnnnth,. ti,., Is a 4-foot globe and a 20-foot wttlse. rim In til. at.... - 11 YOUNG m I Phone 96 21 MFKHM'C HHIICP a t nuujwii j IIVUJL J C. NKI.NON, IW ,t lUWAIiOlW BT. 4 PAHfAtiOlIV. - MISS. t ROOMS IKC'IAI. HATKH II V WKKK UH MO.NTII. Msdsrs ; CsnvBfl Ibabbs. Pwsns 140 bJUlUk! I ... 1 1 Lnvrva.-) run. LIHHT HOl'SEKEEl'lNO. How To Glvs) Quinine To CblUrea. FTSRIT.IKF l Ihf trarJt-mirk turn tinn in ImpromlUamiiia. ll l T.trln. Srnir pint. nl la Uk sad dors Bn4 di.luib lh tlnnich. Chil.lrra uk It and Mm know it Is uimn. Ala rsrMiallv S'luplrd la ariulu who c.oo.a lukr n,1iarT 0isin. Don M Baawilt )f n Brrnrasnm Borrintint la lh kawl. Tr M th ant lima ya Brad Umninc lor any cur. .. A.k lor 2-oonc oritmsl ruickatfr, Tha asm VtttKU.iN K is blows is bolUa. h ctau. CHARACTER IN THE NECKTIE Hsrw Is an Explanation of the 0cpri 'ty Undoubttdly Evinced at Times kw th Nck Adornment The man was trying to tie Mi necktie In a satisfactory manner, and was succeeding only to the extent of much profanity and many extra trials. The man who waa waiting fur him was taking It almost as seriounly as he waa. "I guess." he said sympathetically, "we all have necktie troubles more or less. 1 know I do. Hut now that I have discovered what ts the matter with a refractory tie I simply throw it away and transfer my trouble else where by giving it to any man who laughs at me because I can't tie it The other man ceased his efforts long enough to ask what the trouble was. "It la purely psychologic," the visit or explained. "You see the tie was made by some woman or other ho was either cranky or bad a dlspoiltloa you couldn't get along with to save your life. She being of much tempt or temperament put her character la her work, and though It looks all right an 4 would easily pass the deal er. It won't work at all with the con sumer unlnss he happens to be the kind of man who could get along with that kind of a woman. "I know this to be true, because i have traded one of my refractory ties with a friend for one he could not handle, and we bad no trouble with them after the exchange. Now and then, though you come across one that simply will not tie right, and neither you nor any man can succeed with it That kind, I fancy, Is made by some crank of an old maid who Is aa old maid because she has such a dis position that even the matrimonial tie can't properly adjust Itself to her." The man before the glass took ott the tie and passed It over to bis psychic friend. "Suppose you see what you csa do with It," he said. The visitor was accommodating, and behold, he tied It as smoothly and nicely as though his best girl had made It for him. Speaking Out. George Lansbury, the English par liamentarian, dwelt bitterly, In a tpecch In New York, on tbe fact that during the last three or four years the prices of necessities In Great Brltaia have increased faster than men'a wages. "We aren't satisfied with this tats of affairs," said Mr. Lansbury, "and we propose to let the world know that aren't satisfied. In the past the work mgmau submitted quietly to unjust treatment, but today he has more cour age. Like Little Willie, he speaks out. "Little Willie, a friend of mine, was kneeling by bis bed one night to tit his prayers when his aunt reminded him: " 'And don't forget to thank God tor your daily bread. Willie.' "'I won't forget, auntie,' the little fellow replied, and then he added re proachfully: " 'And I'll tell him we found a dead cockroach in this morning's loaf, too." First Lady of Francs. President Polncare has done what no other president of the third repub lic has succeeded In accomplishing namely: making his wife n entity in official life. He: has done it quietly, without ostentation or announcements, but so firmly that Mm. Polncare al ready Is elevated to a position similar to reigning consorts when matters, arise Involving European courts. Men tion of her name in the formal com plimentary telegrams which were tn final Incident of the last royal visit to Paria that of King Alphonse was the first Indication of her accer'" ance by Eurorwsn courts. Afterwards she was fflciaHy received by tl German ambassador. She now is la fact the Brat lady of France, charm ing everybody by ber beauty, eiqu' lle grace,, and tact which are rapidly maWog her the idol of rarlslaaa, .