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THE DEMOCRAT CEUNA OHIO - COLLEGE GIRLS AND GAYETV. Thi-ro has Immti mnikcd progress In the I'liltt'il Stairs unil In KiiKlumt mote rniiHiilriioiiHly In lh IiIkIhi' ''lu rullun of women, Hut h sfvi'ie crtti rlsm Is uttrrvd iy Miss Marlon Talbot, dean of women In tho 1'iilvernHy or Clili-aKu. as to cxii.liiiK nit'lhmU. Out of lii-i- propositions Is that too ninny Kil ls ko to colU'i- op -nly und avowed-. y Willi the purposn of having "iioutl time." Thoy ni to ribald tin- years tluil Hhould !i" di'voii'd to hei-iuum Ktiuly it ml tlioiiKlitful tralnliiK for lti work of their lives m rely as an liid't'. Viil of n ii: mi 'lit. a prelude to a lon term of penal servitude. Doubtless much of this nttlttnlo may be iilti'lim ted to an undue presentation of tint f!:iy und social sltle of college life, i-ayi Washing: on Post. The jjlrl at lunint and in the' preparatory school ll taught by friends mill sometimes by instructors to look forward to uierrU mi nt rather than to serious wor'.t In libraries, laboratories inn! classrooms, The campus ami tin' tearoom and ihu umlerf: rail uale Mieleties are all allure, tiicilts rutin r than incentives to ambli t lull. It need not sadden the (javety of youth to learn that Hie Is not wholly mailt' up or flowers anil bonbons. There is bread to be made as well as cake. Not all husbands are princes an to Income, however optimistic tho view of their character. The n'i'1. no more than the boy, should be permit t,il to drift through college. Theru should be a il. Unite aim supplement.',! with propulsive power, either through innate incentive or carefully approprl. ate discipline. The race for the honor of owning the most formidable battleship in tho world goes to the slowest instead of the swiliesl !n the contest. The I'liU ted States Improved on the llritish DreadnaiiKhts by a center line nr. raiiHeim tit of the turrets, and this caused the llritons to recon.-ider their plans. The Italian navy department has now produced a battleship which combines the twin gun turret, tho triple nun turret and the center lino arrangement, thus providing a broad side of K! twelve-inch guns ..nd fore-and-aft fire with five. This will give the naval constructors of the world a fresh problem in the multiplication and adjustment of turrets for the ef fective location of guns with respect to broadside and fore-and-aft delivery of missiles. The utilization of the old ram Katah din for a target, off the Indian Head 'proving grounds, serves to call atten tion to the fact that like the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius, the Katahdin was to revolutionize coast defense. Rear Ad miral Daniel Amnion had a struggle in getting congress to make appropria tions for her construction, as did Lieu tenant Zalinski for that of the Vesu vius, but those who opposed them may have been right, alter all. If all the money that has been mistakenly ; 1 ent in naval development could ie (recovered, somebody could build a navy wjimut drawing upon any oilier li'-rOilM! . Lieutenant. Sliackleton, who planted the IlriiLh Hag within a short distance 01 the south pule, declared ill bis Chi v;n lecture thai be believes a Tact of I 'a -I. four iniKion square miles in A irctica is ur.cli iaaii! w ii h coal il" I ..-:;r- which po; P!y may . work ; ; e, in which ev nt thy w oi:ld enn t ',aue I romendoiisly toward the in t! ;'mite prolongation of the world's ;p!y of fuel. . Coal mining in tho t . : i r ea;i,ns of the earth may evert i;;;Uy contrilai'e to the fuel supply. Alt' ;;;!, which was once considered a lami of ice and nothing else, is rich with coal of a high grade, and mines are being worked on the archipelago of Spitzbergeti. Indications are that the United Stales drydock Dewey, which sunk in Stibig bay, Philippine islands, will be raised and in service in a short time, t'nclmibteilly there will be a iborough ijiv.stigalion into the cause or causes ol the accident. The immen.se struc ture, which was built in this country and lowed for thousands of miles to the present local ion, the whole pro c vding involving enormous expense, is too valuable a piece of property to he handled carelessly. There have been intimations that alien employes or foreign spya might have brought about the mishap, but as yet there is tto tangible evidence to support such a theory. The "Mad Mullah" continues his wild career in Somaliland, and as a re sult of the outbreak It is said SOO truesmen against whom his fanatical v, rath has been directed have been bughtered. This bloody-minded dls u iter has shown himself a menace to civilization In that quarter, and doubt !,., the outcome will be a combined i : oi t to suppress him. : ot.awattomie Indiana ask Chicago to give them the lake front. Why r.c:? They might, better it. In an advertisement pleading for courtesy over the telephone, the New York Telephone company says: "The lact that a line of wire and two shining instruments separate you from the person with whom you are talking takes none of the sting out of unkind words." There is no better test of the true gentleman than his telephone behavior. "There have been many famous ugly men," says the Boston Post. Yea, and a lot of us who are not famous. CHARITY SCANDAL CAUSES SENSATION IN FRANCE a. i ' ri"--r . A H . v h -?'-,,'. ! , ..!! M ,i V '-T'w- A '- S lllliliiN ,. t II I f 11 U,. A , ASSIST CROP YIELD Sir Oliver Lodge's Plan of Utiliz ing Electricity. Says Small Dynamo Attached to Farm Will Work Wonders in Increas ing Output Practical Auxil iary of Husbandry. London. In spite of the obstinate conversatism of the average farmer, much has been done to carry out Sir Oliver Lodge's plan of utilizing elec tricity for reinforcing the fertility of plants. Weighed as a business proposition, Sir Oliver Lodge's system has Justified itself, tuid what was tentative and ex perimental is now being taken up on commercial lines as a practical auxil iary of husbandry. Lionel Lodge, who has control of this department of Sir Oliver's work, has explained, the developments of the last year or two and the hope they af ford of further progress. "Have you ever noticed what a re markable impulse is given to the growth of crops by a thunderstorm?" asked Mr. Lodge. "That is the effect of the strongly charged atmosphere, nnd our object, is to supply a similar stimulus systematically. "The growth and development of plants In the arctic regions compares favorably with that in southern coun tries, and vet their summer is very short, and the sun's rays have to travel in such an oblique direction that much of their heating power is lost. Why is it, therefore, that the plants flour ish? The explanation lies in the strong electrical currents which are passing from the air to the earth, the cITecl of w hich can be seen In the Aurora lloro alis. "Tho electric current can be gener ated either by a small dynamo or irom the nearest supply company's mains, and by means of a transformer it Is raided to the high pressure required (a.i)out lOll.uOO volts). The current Panama, is Mosquito Proof Canal Zone is Now Healthier Than New York City, Declares Health Officer Pierce. New York. Stating bis belief that the Panama canal would be completed in !!UM, a year and a half ahead of t'ae schedule time, Dr. C C. Pierce, a health otlicer in the Canal zone, ar rived here the other day. "The greatest advance during the six and a half years I've been there," he said, "was in the extermination of mosquitoes. - We have filled innumer able swamps, drained off standing wa ter and even filled the gutters froui houstops. "Panama is a healthier place than New York city today, because author ity to carry through reforms is vested in the Isthmian Canal commission and must be obeyed. If you attempted to make this city mosquito-proof and or dered a New Yorker to take down his gutters, you would first have to get an order from a court and he in turn would obtain an injunction. In the Canal zone what the authorities 'pay goes without question." ,1 The doctors could not undesiand w hy the wound should pain, and made a further examination of the leg, with the result of locating the nail. When the nail was extracted it was bent and in a blackened condition. The $23,080 FOR CARE OF ZOO Few of Items in Bills Presented to London Zoological Society r Feeding of Animals. London. An insight into what it costs to feed all the inhabitants at thu zoo is given by the report pre sented at the annual meeting of the Zoological society. Here are just a lew of the items in the year's food bill: Hay, $2,650; green food, $uS0; grain ind seed, $1,300; fish, $2,250; clover, 2,400; oats, $1,600; fruit, $2,920; owls' heads, $385. The total cost of the commissariat for the year was $23,080. Among the quantities of foodstuffs consumed were: Plaice, 12,207 pounds; monkey nuts, 4,500 pounds; horses, 212; eggs, 10.054; goats, 150; grapes, 4,600 pounds; oranges, 14,897; fowls' heads, 37,967; milk, 6,695 quarts. Engage Another. "Will promote beauty," say the headlines. Evidently another stenog rapher is to be married. Charleston Newa and Courier. P.UIS Th French puss nnd inbllc tiro still discussing with intense intiVcKi Hie ruse ol Sister Candid.-, I he cx nun, w ho is under nrrcst for alleged frauds, She was well known for her connection with charities and directed various hospitals for consumptives, including a meat sanatorium nt San Salvador. It is alleged that Sister Candide ImvP.R obtained from two jewelers Jewels worth nearly $l-',onO, on the understanding that she was to sell them and pay a pint of tho price in Inn Instead pawned the gems in Mngland. It Is slated that she de cided to raise monev In this manner when the lotteries she had organized lor the benefit of In r chai liable Itastltutlon failed, and that the state of her finances contributed to (he Mii-ldo of the well known French doct or, Leon Pettlt. who was secrctsrT general of tho association which man aged certain of tho establishments involved. I from the transformer Is more or less I .: la ii li mil n steiulv Uliei ii.ii ii'H ii" - current In one direction, but . oscilla ting first In one direction ami then In tne opposite. For convenience we call the current in one direction positive and in the other negative. It Is the pi sltive current that wo discharge from the network of wires above the plants. Under special conditions as where there is an excess of natural electricity It might be advisable to use the negative, but alternating cur rent would be of no use. "To port out the positive ami nega tive currents from the transformer valves spoi daily Invented for the pur pose by Sir Oliver are used. Work im. vM.tlv like the valves In an ordi- ! nary pump, they allow the current to flow In one direction only, ma pre vent its getting back; they thus store Fortune for a Feast Modern Food Fads Recall Expensive Palates in Earlier Days Minced Cat, Stewed Rats and Dog's Liver Served in Paris. London. The food fads, about which so many members of society have pone almost crazy, recall the food fads quite different in their essence of olden (lays. From time immemo rial wealthy epicures have not hesi tated to spend large sums on single meals for themselves and a select and limited number of friends. For instance, there are on record some nice little repasts indulged In by the Roman gourmands. Aelius Verus gave a banquet to a dozen guests, which must have been a sight for gods and men, seeing that it cost if reckoned in ATnorican money, more than $IM').li()'l. The Kmperor Vilcllius once entertained his brother Lucius to a dainty 'snack" which ran away with something like $L'(n.0ii0. This latter leest could not have been a meager ! ehysieims who performed the opera tion say that now, as the nail has been removed, there is little possibil ity of any further trouble from the v ci und. Mail by Airship Line. Washington. The carrying of United States mail by airship or aero plane may be the next step in aerial navigation. Kepresentative Slieppard, of Tcxae, has introduced a resolution "author izing and directing , the postmaster general to Investigate the practicabil ity and cost of an aeroplane or air ship mail route between the city of Washington and some other point or points suitable for experiment." Trout Gets Revenge on "Jonah" Eel. Winstcd, Conn. Harry Hall of New ington had an unusual experh nee on a trout fishing- expedition to Talcott Mountain. f "Jonah" eel had partly swallowed a large trout, which, when it realized Its danger, grabbed Hall's hook. Hall got both eel and trout, the former refusing to let go its catch. Mayor Gets Small Salary. Pontiac, 111. The mayor of Hoopes ton has just received a check for 50 cents, his salary for tho municipal year just ended. The aldermen's checks called for 25 cents each. Praise for Interesting Story Contributed by Writer, Greatly Struck by In telligence of Insect. London. An interesting article is contributed to the Scotsman by a writer who has been studying the life and habits of the -spider and who has been greatly Btruck by its intelli gence. ; "Of all the solitary insects I have ever seen," he says, "the spider is the most sagacious, and its actions, to one who has attentively considered them, seem almost to excel belief. The spider is formed by nature for a state of war not only on other insects, but on its fellows. For this state na ture seems perfectly well to have formed it with singular perfection. "Its head and breant are covered with a strong natural coat of mail, which is impenetrable to the attempts of every other insect; and ite lower parts are enveloped in a soft, pliant Bkin which eludes the sting even of a the elect ri v In the field network from which it fizzes' off to the plants below. "This field net v oik consists of fine Iron wire, the wins being upread about ten yards apart and eighteen feet or so above the ground. The wires are so line that it Is dilllcult to see them even wlu n standing Immedi ately below them. "The action that the electrical dis charge has on the plants. Sir Oliver suggests, may be considered ns arti ficial sunshine, and as in no way ta king the place of fertilizer. The richer the soil the larger the increase that may be expected. With more plants, on average soil, the electrified area may ,be expected to yield HO per cent more" than the' non-elec trifled. If a higher increase than this Is obtained we consider the results good nnd If lower poor. On rich soil very much larger percentages have been obtained. The power required is quite small, and many of the installations at pres ent working are in unskilled hands." affair when it Is considered that among the courses were 2,000 differ ent sorts of fish and 7.000 varieties of fowl. It is said that the equivalent of something like $ 10.iino.oO0 was spent by Aplcius Coellus during his lifetime, merely In continual tickling of the palate. He committed suicido when his extravagance in eating and drink ing and in other directions had re duced his income to about $100,000 a year, a sum on which he imagined he could not bo happy. In modern times the art of feeding lias been by no means neglected; but who would care to sit down to a ban (iitet such as that organized by C.eofrroy SI. llilare during the siege of Paris? After swallowing a consomme do cheval de millet the company par took of minced cat. stewed rats, grilled dog's liver and plum pudding. The feast seems to have been a great success, for it is on record that "the soup was perfect, the dog's liver tasted like sheep's kidneys, the minced cat resembled veal, the rat stew was very good r-nd reminded the guests of boiled chicken." Hats, by the way, are described as an exquisite form of nourishment, which is an obiter dictum to which many have agreed, notably a famous naturalist, the late Frank Iiucklniid. Ho used to swear by roast alligator, which he declared was more succulent even than boiled boa constrictor, one of his most prized dishes, and this in turn he preferred to the finest veal. Crows Eat Fish Bait. Covington, La. Crows have in vaded a hitherto unlnvaded field. The Held is liquid, and crows are carnivor ous, according to reports from many fishermen in this section. Crab fisher men, it is declared, along the shores of Lake Pontchartrain have left their baited lines only to find on their re turn empty hooks. Several fishermen standing guard in an effort to discover the secret of the unbaited hooks wit nessed the raising of the lines and the devouring of the bait by crows. They have borrowed scare-crows from corn fields and placed them on the water. Books Lincoln Would Select. Chicago. President Gunsaulus of Armour institute In an address, said if Lincoln could be reached and asked what books should be placed in the new Harper library he would say Shakespeare, the Hible, Pilgrims' Progress, the Constitution of the United States and the Life of Washington. Little Spicier wasp. Its legs are terminated by strong claws, not unlike those of a lobster, and their vast length, ilka spears, serves to keep every assailant at a safe distance. Not worse fur nished for observation than for at tack and defense, it has several eyes, large and transparent." Pauperism In England. London. Pauperism In England, ac cording to statistics just issued, has fallen td the ratio of 1904, but the to tal number of paupers, 789,008, was exceeded only In 1909 and 1908. Lon don had 121,749, a fall of 1,500. This means twenty-five paupers per 1,000 people In London. Later Particular. Macduff was laying on lustily. 1 "I don't allow any man to swear at me!" be exclaimed. For at that time there had been no court decision to the ef fect that the word .used by Macbeth was' not profane. Camels Are the Freight Cars of Bagdad klFAoinNOTON Some of the weekly W consular nnd trade reports re ceived In Washington from represent litlves of the V'nlted tatcs In foreign lands tell of Interesting things In nther countries. Among those recent ly received was a report on the uso pf camels as freighters. According Id this report nearly 90,000 camels pre used In the vlllayet of Hagdad as beasts of burden and with donkeys hey form the only means of carrying oods to tho inland points. Camel caravans go In "strings," seven camels to tho string, with two men In charge. For a camel 4T.0 pounds is a good load, Ihu nack being divided Into halves. A burdened camel travels two miles nn hour; on long trips across the desert 12 miles a day Is nn average march, though swift messengers, like the mounted dromedary posts from Hagdad to Mos soul and Damascus, make forty, fifty and even more miles at a stretch. Freight between Bagdad and Inland polnta In Mesopotamia Is commonly packed In pairs of bales, each bale weighing about 225 pounds, for the convenience of camel drivers In load ing. The rates charged for carrying freight across the desert vary with conditions, being lowest when camels nre cheap, labor and pasture plentiful and freight offerings none too numer ous. For a common burden camel $30 Is a fair price, though the trotters or swift messenger camels are worth more. A young camel can sometimes be had about Hagdad for as little as three or four dollars. He-sides its uso for riding and car rying purposes tho Mesopotamian "Don't Smoke," Moral in Monkeys' Death "C1 orangoutang, which died on the United States cruiser Wilmington from the tobacco heart, Is held by Yeo man Harvey L. Miller of the navy de partment to be the nearest "almost human" creature he has seen In his wide travels in the navy. "Chico" was four months old, and stood two feet nine in his bare feet, as all truo soldiers are measured, when he came Into the navy. He was purchased by Yeoman Miller at Tama tave, Madagascar, for two francs. The small animal looked and acted intelli gent from the beginning, and soon had captivated tho sailors and nien-of-war's-men by his funny actions. "Chico's" end was duo to tobacco. One of tho greatest pleasures of the sailors Is to smoke, and, it Is said, the ones that do not are either saving up to buy a library or else it Is a case of "my wife won't let tne." Chlco" soon formed tho habit of snuggling up against Yeoman Miller when be was reading or smoking. The monkey Youth Suffers From A YOUTH In Washington is carry ing around in his inside pocket a piece of paper upon which this is In scribed: "For taxicab hire, $189.90." The youth the son of well, of course tho conventions prohibit the use of names but he is the son of a man useful to the nation in these parts. The useful father has Just about enough funds decently to keep up his end. The Son perforce Insists upon extending his allowance. He haa to come to dad every so often, occasioning much heartache and worry to his parent. The other night the son was caught in the rain. He had taken a young woman and her mother to the theater and they were hastening to a street car. The rain became a downpour. "I'll call a cab," said the young man. Laundry Day for UNCLE SAM now has a wash day. It Isn't a laundry for soiled clothing, but for good United States paper money. When some of the bills find their way back to the bureau of en graving and printing in Washington whence they came bright, crisp and new, a credit to the engraving art, they are really and truly in the "filthy lucre" class. Now your wise old Uncle Samuel proposes to wash the bills and use :hem over again Instead of destroying Uiem as has been the custom. Director J. D. Ralph is on the Job watching with Interest the renovator f dirty bills do its duty. The ma chine on trial is one invented by Trank B. Churchill and was submit v.. "Tp-mm:! Arabs depend on tho camel for milk. Shoes are made from Its tough, cal IoiismI hide nnd In times of famlno its brittle, strong tasting fleBh Iseuten. Coimcnscd tullk, inado by boiling fresh camel milk until evaporation leaves only a hard chalky substance, Is prized among tho desert nomads. l!y rubbing this HiibHtance between tho lunula It reduces to powder and when mixed with wurtn water It makes a refreshing drink highly es teemed among the desert folk. "Merecsy," us it U called, will keep In good condition for two years. When made from butter milk it tastes Hour and is prized among Arabs who have eaten much of sweet dates. Fresh, warm camel milk Is also tho food of many valuable horses owned by desert sheiks. Cumel calves are weaned In their eleventh or twelfth month. When a camel caravan is on the march tho very young camels are often tied upon tho back of the mother animals, slnco they cannot enduro (ho fatigue of a long march. Valuable dogs and Arab dtsert hounds, called "slugcyH." also ride In the same way. t'nlcss camels have boen especially trained to the abstinence they cannot go as long ns Is commonly supposed without water. When marching near rivers they drink twice a day. They feed largely on the tough, scrubby verdure known locally ns camel thorn, which grows throughout Mesopotamia except on tho extreme desert wastes. Their habits are peculiar; unlike horses, they seem to feel no fondness for their human associates, though they will seldom wander far from tho caravan tents, even If left untied over night. It Is no uncommon sight to see 2,000 or 3,000 camels on the desert waste outside liagdad's walls. They represent the combined herds of cara vans which have met at Hagdad, bring ing In wool, etc., and taking out other cargo to different parts of Mesopotamia. would move right into the clouds of smoke and would sniff with evident relish. One day Yeoman Miller was writing a Ii tter and had just lighted his pipe. The bugle called "collision quarters," and he dropped his pipe and started to the station on the run. Miller, re turning to his "ditty box," which had been doing duty as a writing desk, was surprised to find the pipe almost empty. It was full when lie went to quarters. He took a look about and saw all the men had their pipes. When ho looked at the monkey it did not look at him in the eye as It usually did, but turned its head In a guilty manner. Yeoman Miller examined the pipe and found tho marks of little sharp teeth on the reed stem. Next day, after catching the monkey smoking his pipe -again. Yeoman Mil ler decided that "Chlco" had to have a pipe, and so he made him one from an ivory nut. with a reed stem. Some of the young apprentices thought it was cute to see "Chlco" smoke cigarettes, and they taught him the use of tho "coffin nail." From then until his death he was rarely seen without one. "He careful, young man," said the recruiting officer, as he espied a new reorult concealing a "home-made" be hind his chair, after bearing the tale of "Chico," "or you will meet the same fate as he." Too Much Credit The cab took them home. "Just charge it to me," said the careless youth. "Identification card, sir," said the chauffeur. "What's that?" "Our company always issues identi fication cards to its patrons." "Well, I haven't one. Come to the office tomorrow and I'll pay you." The youth Bcrapcd together the necessary 70 cents before the chauf feur appeared next day. "fly the way," he said, after he had paid, "tell your people to send me one of those identification cards, will you?" In due time the card came. Bills were to be rendered at the end of each month,' according to the polite note which accompanied the card. Forthwith the street cars lost one who had been a regular patron. Hence, the piece of paper, with the "For taxicab hire. $189.90." It is more than likely that walking will be good for him for some time to come; and it is more than likely, too, that one of those who Idly fish in the Potomac may drag up on his hook a certain card of identification. Uncle Sam's Money ted by him, along with others of dif ferent makes, for trial. It is now be ing demonstrated in the bureau. The machine now in use takes bills and spreads them on a screen., This screen is revolved rapidly through a solution of soap and water, which takes oft the grime. The next disc takes them through a strong solution of a disinfectant, which removes the germs. A third disc removes the traces of the other two waters and sends the. bill out onto a plat ready for the "plater." The "plater" Is the same roller used to press new money. It Is this machine that gives new money its crlspness. After the washed-out bills are run through the "plater" they are comparatively new the ink colors having been brought out again and the dirt removed. It is Mr. Ralph's idea that the life of a banknote will be extended about sixty per cent, by the new method. The machine which he wants will cost between $800 and $1,000. It will save from 2500.000 to $1,000,000 annually fchlldrtn's 8Mn. EJvery now and than a child's skin will brouk out iu soma kLid of a rush aud folks think it caucht the trouble at school or somewhere away from home. Half tho time the trouble is caused by the uso of unwholesome yellow soaps for washing clothing. They leave the dirt In the goods and muko tho clothing harsh and Irritating to thobkln. No wonder the rash breaks out. Kasy Tusk sonp Is clean and white and sani tary and Is best for children's clothes and yours, too. bet it at your grocer's. Get After ths Files. With tho warm days files multiply aniiu'lngly. Now is the time to at tack them and prevent ) breeding of millions from the few hundreds that already exist. Perhaps tbt most effective method of destroying flies Is by burning pjretbrum In each room. Thin stuns the flies tuid tiny can be ttwept up and burned. Files aro dangerous carriers of dis ease nnd an enemy of humankind. Ho your part toward keeping down tho pest nnd Improving the health of your community. DR. MARTEL'3 FEMALE PILLS. Srvi-ntorn Trara the Mauitard. Prescribed and recommended for Women's Ailments. A scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth. The result from their use Is quick and permancut. For sale at all Drug Stores. The Secret. "Miss Hiight," whispered Mlsa (laiisslp. "can you keep a secret?" "Yes," replied Miss Hiight. also w hispering. "I can keep one as well as you can." YF.IXOW CI.OTIIM AUK rSI;IITI.Y, Keep them white with lied Crw Hall Hhm. All grocers tell large 12 oz. package, 5 cents. A rich man's children seem to think It is up to them to make a noise in tho world. Tr. Plorwei rlmwint Pfllrtu euro mnMlpntlnn. C(mi!!l';iO'ii I "i riitiho of mniiv .Ufc.'io-'H. I nrrt tliti cuum) and jou euro tti UIm-um). hasy Uj Luko, A man Is never so easily deceived as w hen ho Is trying to deceive others. Mrs. Wliwlnws Soothing Kyrnp. F..r.-liil.lr.-ii 1.-.-OHI1J. nft.-nt l ih-kiiii.1.. i lucAtn ii..uiiuaiiun.unuy. ... in. i-urwiua fouc. liicu uiue- F.nnui is the price we pay for knowl edge. IVESTEMi CANADA What Prof. Shaw, tha Wall-Known Agrl culturlst Saya About Its -- 'I would tonner ralso cnttlft In Wftfrrn (Junuua tnnn in the mrn uen or the Uiutfi btntPH. rwa In cm-ttp'r una climate hotter fur tho iurinso. Your murkta will im t.rovft fnstrr thiin your inrinPMi will imwiuro the Hiit'1-lien. Whi Jit vtin be grown up to t h tt'th iur-ullt-l M mil.'H north of thoIutfrniLLlcniil IhiuimI tirvl. Your vacnnl Jiuid V aA'ZtV-Y'm itmvond present conrop. tjyC'il -It ion. Vo Irive pt.niuh f u.,1a in tho United f.i ;- -Ktuten nlnmi vtio want rUN's'j homes to tuko up this land." Aarlj crop of wheat, oals ami barh v. In u'hMtlmt to wlili-li h cattle export wan ait itntnciiKO li' ni. ruit lo rairui.rf, cJirviiik'. mixed farm Inn Bad nr;tln proninff fa the T rnv I neon tst Mililii oha. bUbltUt- tsTV ' "i TT-W clM'wau iiial AltM ria. " t . - . . i.i lion nrcan, hs wen r.n jhihis iwifj ly r;iilwny nnd land CMnn-itniea.wil. pro vh lii hornet for million, Ahtital)lu hoII, In nMiltil rlf itmte, h1cimI)I h hoot and chnn Iich, and icotmI rallwn. I It Jt- 'JlJ I Ittcrntnro "nst Jftt. uv "w i"V -n. 7 1 to rtiaeli tho rntmtrv and othfr par FiS1 j-artfj J lieu I am, writii to Huji't of imrnL VTJ unttioa. uituwa, Galium, or w following Cnnu'llflTl Gov't Agflltfl: W, !l. Koni'in, St! Kloor TnuTtmn-Terminal liuUdlng, IndfaiMpnll, lnd.. and II. il. William. Hvm t-i, 1-mv Building, Toledo, uhlu. (Ube address nearest you). I 1 pf-o m y where yon saw t h If ltd verl 1 men t. Send postal for Frco Package of l'axtinc. Belter and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOR AIX TOILET USES. 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Try Gillette Shaving NO STROPPING NO HONING KNOWN THB -eu"- WORLD OVER mrr IWCnDMATlflN about Irrigated rfitt HUUnillMIIUU farms In the Sac- Ill eh soil, bix aud seven cuttings of alfalfa- First class poultry and dairy country. All tho fruits. ISuay terms. H. I Hulllatcr Co., ao&USaUtoSt., CUms PflTEIlTS 1 WntsonK. Voir-mnn.WMh i Innton.JD.O. VtookHtreo. Hlg1 ' est relerenoea. Best result. a&tXt Thompson's Eyi Y7aUr m v.. . . , j '. . .... I ill 9 fdi ; 'H- 70,000 hmmzm r liji, J wiM(riiernMiimnKiii!firiiifB V'j J V J tVf-'tirii (anudii IhW year. CHI l" ""iaW! 1 1 vilikSF?