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Mr. Rosewater was especially educated for the newspaper business. At Columbia lie took three degrees: Ph. B„ 1891; A. M., 1892; I'h. D., 1893. Hi* personality is pleasing. Altogether he should set a new publicity record. H e certainly has an interesting theme. The first continental congress met in 1 hü adelphia in 1774 and the second in 1775, in the state house.^ There, on June la Washington was appointed commander in chief. July 4, 177G, congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. At this time Philadelphia was reputed the finest city in America. Cook, Peary, North Pole and "Justice" Dr. Frederick A. Cook has an nounced that he will seek official and public recognition as the real discov erer of the North Pole. The recent finding of his missing field notes and instruments in the Arctics seems to strengthen his claim, and he expects hefore long that the matter will be brought to tiie attention of congress, which he hopes will formally credit him with the discovery by voting him a medal. Newspapers recently carried the story of the finding of Cook's field notes in a buried igloo, and the rec ords therein, bearing his signature, showed where Cook had been. It was because he was unable to pro duce these records in 1909 that the world refused to believe his story. Cook said he had left these records and instruments with Harry Whitney at Etah, Greenland. at Etah, Greenland. Dr. Cook claims to have reached the Pole on April 21, 1908, about a year earlier than Admiral Peary, ideo graphical societies accepted Peary's records, and Cook practically had none to offer. After Cook was branded as a faker he roamed all over the world, try ing to hide himself. Cook finally went to Fort Worth, Tex., where for the last few years he has been interested in oil production. Now he has addressed large gatherings and has been cheered. Dr. Cook blames what he terms "the navy clique" for turning him down and recognizing Peary. He says all he wants now is justice. Cotsworth, Inventor of New Calendar mm » / i f s i taking a half holiday. And so on. A large saving would be made by insurance companies, whose calendars would be valid year after year. But at the same time our relationship to the past would be put all awry. The Fourth of July would be the something of something else, neither the fourth nor July. Paderewski Next President of Poland? Is Ignace Jan Paderewski to be the next president of Poland? A well-defined report is in circulation In Polish circles on the Pacific coast that he is about to come out of his political retirement and become a can didate 'for the presidency of Poland at the June elections. According to this report something like a triumphal return to his native land is planned by friends of the father of the Polish republic and its first premier. No denial or confirmation of the report has come from the noted pianist at his almond orchard estate near Paso Robjes, but Dr. H. W. Tape of Paso Robles is quoted as stating that Paderewski has refused a $1,000,000 offer from a New York impresario for a concert tour. This was taken to indicate that the great musician has definitely given up his art and as indicating that he lias something else In mind which will require his time and attention. That the return of Paderewski is being urged by no less a personage thau Premier David Lloyd George of Great Britain is the report current in the West. Victor Rosewater has been ap pointed by Major Moore of Philadel phia assistant to the president of the Sesquicentennial Exhibition associa tion and has accepted the position. In short Mr. Rosewater is to be press agent for the Philadelphia celebration of tlie one hundred and fiftieth anni versary of the Declaration of Inde pendence. The salary is ,$7,o00 and the publicity work will he on a big scale. Mr. Rosewater was formerly editor and publisher of the Omaha Bee. He is one of the well-known public men of the United States, with a long list of varied services. During the war he was administrator for Ne braska of the paper and pulp section of the war industries board and was a member of the committee on labor of the advisory commission of the council of national defense. He was a delegate at large to the Republican national convention of 1008 and mem Here's a photograph of Moses B. Cotsworth of Vancouver, B. C. He's the man who gets the credit for in venting the new calendar which con gress may—or may not—adopt. The bill of Representative Schall of Min nesota, which would create by legis lation a year of thirteen months, each of precisely 28 days, with New Year's for the odd day, offers certain ad vantages which will please the seek ers for the perfect calendar. A given day of the week, for example, would always fall on the same day of the month. Blue Moçday and collection day could be made to coincide. Fri day would always fall on the thir teenth if we made Sunday the first day of the month as well as the first day of the week. One could stay in his office the last Saturday of the month getting out bills instead of taking a half holiday. And so on. Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett Myers Tobaccs Cs, -J a / rtf lA / %■ V 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tins of 50 - 45c Ct v Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended She Read the Advertisements. Upon the dressing table in the bride's boudoir stood a small shallow cut-glass vial. In the bottom of the vial could be seen some pinkish-look ing substance resembling plastering that had been dried and pulverized. "And what is that?" asked the curi ous friend. "I read," said the bride simply, "that one should keep one's wedding day complexion. That is mine."— Strickland Gillilan in Wayside Tales. Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin When red, rough and itching, by hot baths of Cuticura Soap and touches of Cuticura Ointment. Also make use now and then of that exquisitely scented dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum, one of the indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio.—Advertisement. Dum Cold. Bert Acosta, the air champion, said at a banquet in Omaha: "It is so cold in an airplane when you reach great altitudes that if you try to describe the weather up there you feel like a liar. "Yes, you feel like the farm hand who said: " 'Yep, mighty cold day, but 'tain't nothin' tu what I seen to hum worst in the Vermont mountings. Why, one day in pig-killin' time it was so dum cold that we had a kittle of b'ilin' wa ter settin' on the stove, and when we took it out in the yard it friz so dum quick the ice was hot,' " Before or After? The nurses and students at a cer tain London hospital were rehearsing a Greek play—In English. They were to perform it at a concert in aid of their exchequer. There was an elderly woman at the rehearsal. She seemed a little mysti fied. Eventually she turned to the girl beside her and said in a puzzled voice: "Let me see, dear—Euripides—was he before Venizelos?" The Allegheny river is navigable for 150 miles above Pittsburgh. The wise man keeps his temper even when he Is getting the worst of It. When Will There Be A Disarmament of Dining Tables? Suppose everybody would recognize the fact that there's no gain but much loss in keeping up hostilities with the stomach! Suppose the ancient aggrava tion of improper food on indig nant digestive organs should be settled with guarantees of sen sible diet and tranquil digestion! The saving would be beyond all possibility of counting. Yet millions go on declaring war on the stomach and accept ing war in return—loading up on starchy, heavy, unbalanced and highly-seasoned food at breakfast or lunch —and wonder ing why comfort, hap piness and efficiency are out of reach. M9 fts "«Hi. Ct ** OMy Grape-Nuts makes a friend of the taste and an ally of the stomach. There's a charm and satis faction to this delicious food which prompts appetite to say, "There's a meal!" and digestion to answer, "Thank goodness, here's peace at last!" 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"How very jolly !" commented the Woman ; "and of course you played games and had Ice cream and—a birthday cake?" "Yes, indeedy," affirmed Dolly; "a splendid rosy-pink one on it !" cried Nelly. "How lovely !" enthused the Woman ; "and how mnay candles were there?" "We didn't count 'em, did we, Dolly?" was the reply, and then, with a puzzled frown, "and she's seven years old, auntie, seven years old, and she looks just exactly the very same as she did last Sunday, when she was only six!"—Chicago Journal. So He Was Fired. "What happened to your new clerk?" "Too business-like. He wrote an Im portant letter the other day that spoiled a big order for me." "How was that?" "He closed the letter by saying: 'Hoping for your immediate execu tion. we remain.' "—American Legion Weekly.