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J'or fuitlier Infonnallon reR.inllnt;
trains, rail information operator,
Klllftl by n Ktnn.
Miss Nnu Brj'uut, a piotty Rlrl of
Graultuvllle, S. C. died nt a lioapltnl In
Atlnntn, Gn., In consccincnco of liuvln
been klued with undno force by her
loer, Tlieodoro Button. Miss Bryant
and Bilrton went walking, and when
Bhu returned her cheek was bleeding.
8tu mid that she had scratched 11 pim
ple, Bluod poison developed, and sho
was taken to Atlanta for tientment.
Then the girl confessed that the wound
wub mulcted by her lover while he was
kissing her. "Theodore kissed nie,"
Buid the girl, "and once playfully bit
my cheeje. He bit harder thnu bo In
tended and caused the wound."
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No Matter .Wlloro Located.
Properties and Business of ail kinds
old quickly; for cash In all paru
of the United States. Don't wall.
Write toduy' -escribing what you have
to sell nndJglvo cash price on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any klritT'ornifslTTeas or Heal Ksiate
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DAVID 1'. TAFI',
THE LAND MAM.
415 Kanono Avonco
Id-w. round trip I'atcs . nov on sale
j lirly to Jacksonville, St. Augustine
and many other .Morula points.
Texas and Vyyiuia aiul New Or
leans and oih' hundied other noutli
''Ask THE ManM
How much tinioA-mi svo by goins
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TRAINED NURSE VISITING HOMES OF NEW YORK PUBLIC
The public schools of New York, espeelnlly on tho enst side, do not consider
their can of the chlldien at an end when the dally sessions nro over, but try
to look nfler their wclfaie nt home as well. Trained nurses are sent to tho
homes of sick pupils, and doclors aie provided when needed. Decently n small
1 lot wnt caused on the east side by the action of tho school authorities In 'having
a surgeon operate lu the school buildings on children ullllctcd with adenoids, n
giouth lu the nasil passages. It was rumored in the streets tint tho children
weie halng (heir tlnoits cut, and patents, mostly Uitsslnu Jews, made nil Is
on tlnce or four schools, necessitating tho calling out of pollco leserves.
Fanner Canglit by Balloon Rope
and Yanked Into Space at
Heading (Pa.) Fair.
SAVED BY . "SKINNING CAT."
Swinging Up nm! (lraplnjj Line With
Ills Hiuuls, Victim of Odd Accl-
dent Draws iiimscli to
Jacob Gehrlng of ITuinmellatown,
Vn., a fanner, went to Beading and
seemed u Job as l.iboier nt the fair
grounds. When La Uue, the aeronaut,
begun his pieparaUons, Oebrlng took
up a poxltlou near the big g.is bag.
With head lu the air and hands in his
pockets lichrlug stood gsplng without
noticing tint his feet were among a
coll of lopes. Tho woid was ghen and
the ballom, with La Uuo performing
iiiiiiii n trnin7i shut shvwn.'il. AVIth It
" -" ' "
went iV shriek of honor from the!110" " ""--.iincm eneies uum u ul-
K raiiK '
f 1 r.w. As
1 ..' 'i AN AM uon
l. A I
crowd, for bano t'w oypi of thnu
sands wa a 13 m umiM-l" trwi tip
end of an mi !mr Tape that lip' lunm I
about his fi-t't.
La Hiif fthoM'ed t) h' Hnolnita-y
passenger l'i svlo'? 1,'l.jnlf tijiwuvd
nnd cali'li th i upo njoo Un feet wll'i
his Imiiil. 'i'hls f.'elrlng sm-nvded In
doing alter (.veial ujHueemt Jul at
tempts, during whleh It soomeil that
liny moment hut might bo dished he.ul
,'lrst toTh-nth from 1 i-pkily humidm,'
height. .Iiiwt 11,1 (Iduiiig cui.'ht tho
rope with his Ir.iul u gust of wind
caught the b.illo-n nTid l.u wan swung
far out. At tho 16irlblo si :ht women
Jn tho crowd below fulnted.
The b.illoju w.u wlilppt.l from side
to wide" by the i;i In which It'lnd
been caught. Piually wIipu a height
of 1,000 feet nbovo- the fair gi'oumbi
had been reached tJclirlug broatbless
' nud bleeding from toin bauds, dragged
himself to the side of La line, who was
sitting on the cannon suspended from
the balloon. A shout that went up
he croud was answered by the
of two pairs of hands up
niong the clouds. J.a uuo niippeii
ll.l,. l.tr. ..... !. ...ttt.l.. ...llt.'rt. T. tint. I..
lliiu Mir 1.1U114111, .4-.11111U i.iiiwj viviiiii'nS
s.it, and was slut Into spate. Ilo.itlng
to eaith with n parachute.
'J ho balloon, relieved of La Uue's
weight, again shot upward and was
rapidly carried far. to tho wo it. CJeli-
' ling, however, found the eoul nnd,
; opening (ho vale, begun to descend
fclowly toward tho Uver. An hour
later he alighted nt tho Belt Lino
bildge.. v;o miles from the fair
croumlu. When bo retmned to the
grounds he was "greeted as il heio, and
a cjnifortiible pmse compensated him
for all tho alarm bo had 'jxperlenced.
. CAEQAR AND CLEOPATRA.
'I lie l'orhi-M HoIioi-Iroum mill 'lliclr
rorlriijal nt 'llu-xo I'liiirueterx.
Sh.ikesjiearo wrote a piny about
"Antony nnd Cleojiatra," but It le
inulued for CJeorgo Bernard Shaw, tho
English playwright who Uns had the
hiudlhood to eiitlclbe the Bard of
Avon, to write a drama entitled "Cae
sar and Cleopatra." It is Ijelng play
ed at a New York theater by I'orboi
Robertson, the noted Kngllsh actor,
and his wile, CJei trude Elliott, sis
ter of Jlaxlno Wltott. It Is 0110
of the principal subjects of conversiv
t .1.. ,.. il.....t....l ..I I.... !..!. .... -
count 01 1110 auiuiy buowu oy -mi-, ana
Mrs. Kobertson hi the iutoi proration
of tho leading roles and because of tho
unconventional way lu which tho
dramatist has treated tho characters.
Forbes Ilobertson Is eousldmed the
greatest Hamlet of the nugllsh stage
l'OltlllS 1IOIII K'rsOK AH O..LSAU ANK JUS
win; au cwxii'A'iiiA.
today, His wlfo, who nindo his ac
quaintance while playing with !$at
Goodwin and Mnxlnu Elliott in Kug
ltiud, is n woman of nlueh clecri)esa
nnd bounty. One of tho noted suc
cesses of tho Forbes Rohertsotis was
Tho Light That Failed," In which Mr.
ItohcitMiu tool; the part of Kipling's
heio, pick Ueldnr, ami his wlfo tlint of
Mnisle. In tile play Heldar, an Illus
trator and correspondent, wooes Mnlale,
uu nrtlst, lu 11 studio. That Is a plaeo
familiar to Mr. Unbsitson, for ho en
Joyed roputo as a. painter before Uq
wpj) fnyio' ng. n.u actor. He jonc
mm '&m&.z?wffli ?
V-- -.-r. .mi w
..Dllll MARIOft DAILY MIRROR, WEtJC SPAY,
phlnicrt for Henry Ipv1 tb w'cddlnjj
ccito'lli "Much Ado About 'Nothlilj?."
It contained portrait of Ml the lond
, FOR NFXKTIE
Abscntmlnded Englishman Creates a
Scnsatloii In Hotel Malar r
A strange suake story comM to Lon
don from Ahlcn which relntes to an
Uustllsh visitor to ynllxbury.
As he entered the dining room of his
hotel one morning n Hlend asked why
be wore such a "loud" tie.
He lebuked his nleiid for bis appar
ent levity, but presently ho felt a
MR FKT.T A Clloni.VO BEN8A.TIOM.
choking sensation about bis threat,
ami ils tlo seemed to be getting grad
ually tighter and tighter. Tluoiylng
oir his vest, be round that ho had put
on Instead of his lie a pet gaiter suuko
which be had uaiigbt ut the Cape.
RIG CAT MAD
Feline, Excited ly Piano. Playing, At
tacks -and Huilly Wounds
v Its Alistress.
A weird minor melody ou tho piano
neted as a "call of tbo wild" on a giant
eat owned bylfolrs. Heiny Slengel of
r.00 West 'Stxty-eJhth street, New
Yoik city. nnd,bde6uilng n vicious us
a tiger, It attacked every 0110 In tho
Mrs Mongol was badly bitten on tbo
nnmi, face and hip. Her daughter's
arm was deeply toin, nnd Mr. .1. il.
(!oet?, a friend who was visiting tni
family, was 111,10, clawed and bitten.
A policeman thed two bullets thiough
the feline, nud It stiuggled ten min
utes before c.plilug.
Miss Mangel wan playing nt the pl
nuo one of tho-e low,, weird, minor
things that are creepy. Mrs. Mongol 1
gl.uncd nt the window, nnd there on
the sill, swaying and gl.uhij.', was
their giant cat, which they hsd
brought fiom India. As she roie f rojii
her chair the eat spuing nud burled
Its fangs lu her hip.
As Cjootz and Miss Mongol sprang
to the nssistaneo of the terrified wo
man tho cat attacked them In turn,
biting nnd scratching until blood was
Honing fieely from nil. Finally Goctz
managed to get tlfo women from tho
room and locked tho cat In. He then
went for n policeman, w bo shot It.
'I he lujuied had their wounds enu
teilzed. In tho struggle considerable
damage was done lu the room, and tho
dresses of tho women wero torn In'
shreds. . '
H poem forCoday
THEMAKING OF MAN
By Algernon Charles Swinburne
UNQUKBTIONAnLY tho grDatcst living Bngllsh poet
Is AlKcinun Clmilcs Swlnbnrnp, wlio uu born In Lon
don April G, 1S37. Ho Is deaicwlcd on lioth Bides from
Ibo nrlstorrncy nml wns educatcU lit J'rnnco and nt
Jiton and Oxford. Ho llfd for somo tlmo In Flou-nco
with tlo uged IHiot Wnltor Havaga Lniulor. Swlnbuine
Iiiib boon publlahlni; both proxo uud versa nIiico 1SC1.
Although domo of bin work linn bicn lloioolv iittucked
011 tlio ground of morality, 410 tins ably defoudfd blm
Bilf. and Uls complete nuntory of. poetic foim Is udmltted. Ho Is tho
"illy ifurlor ot tlio brlllltuit clrclu Hint Included tlio Tptmysons, tho
Brownings, tho itosottlx, etc.
Broitn tho beginning of ycJirs
Thero cww to tho inuklng of
Time, with a gift ot teurg;
Orlnr. with .1 iflriMM lli.il rnn
Vleauyro, with pain for lc.ien;
Bununer, with flowers that fell;
llemombimuu fallen from heaven
"; And inadneit risen from hell,
X Ktiungth without handtf to smite,
X I.ovo thut omlureu for u lirtatli,
!. Night, tho shadow of light,
And lire, tho Hhudow of death,
X And tho high gods took In hand
A Klio nnd tho falling of tears
And n iiuunuro of Hlldlncr Bund
J lvioiii under tha feet of tho year,
And fioth uud drift of tho tea,
T And duat of tho laboring enrth,
3, And bodloM of tliltw to l
J. In tlui houbta of death mid birth,
A, And Troueht with wcoplng- uud
y And riicUioittwJ with loathlnt; and
X With lift) bforo and after
.. And death beneath und above,
, JAW. 0, 1967.
DR. LEE DE FOREST.
la Achievement In "Itnala-Tclra
phr" unit MUfortuiic In Lore,"
One sliould not say "wireless tcleff
rapby" now If bo, wishes to be "scleli.
tlllc. Tbo term adopted by the recent
conferenco nt Btrlln ou the subject Of
such coutmunicatlon Is "rndlo-telogra-
pby." The conference framed an
ogreetnent betyveen ull tbo nations
represented proUdlng for frco coin-
tuunlcatlon between tim airrcrcut sya
lenis of radio-telegraphy,
Dr. Leo Do Forest, tho Inventor of
. one of tbo most widely used of these
DR. Ijffli UE rollEST.
eysteius, recently read a -Jiaper beforo
tbo American Instltutu of Llectrlcnl
Engineers' describing a new wireless
rcccUer of which he Is thc-tuvcutor.
It Is asserted that this receiver Is far
,11101c sensitive than any of those In
vented earlier, nud Instead of utilizing
a liquid It employs a sensitive gas.
Dr. Do Forest has been eminently suq
cessful hi science, but In love ho hu3
been less fortunate. He courted his wlfo
by the rndlo-telegraphle system and,
It Is said, asked the important question
several times by means of tho appara
tus In bis own bouse and the Instru
ments bo set up In the apartment
where lived the young lady bo nd
mlied. Sho learned to talk by itho
wireless system, but It was sonio tlmo
before she used It to say "Yes." Their
happiness was brief, for a Short tlmo
ago on application wnn made for tho
dissolution of tho marriage. J
won by I.iicU of a Neck.
The plnlntlff's barrister In tho breach
of promise ease thought ho would innke
life a bmdeii to the unfortunate young
man who was the unwilling (jefendant.
"Do you menu to say," he usked, aft
er n number of embarrassing ques
tions, "Unit after you bad beeu absent
for an eutlio month you did not klsv
tho plaintiff, to whom you were en
gaged to bo uiariled, when you first
saw her ou your return?"
"I do," responded .tho defendant
"Will you mnko that statement to
''Ceitnlnly, If necpssnry."
"Do you think that they would be
"Ono of them would, I know."
"Ah, indeed! And why should he,
"Becauso ho was present when I
first saw her. Ho was at tho gato wheu
I rodo up, and sho stuck her head out
of V. o second story- window, nnd I said
to her, 'How dy'o do?' nnd called out
I'd bo back to supper Itflmlf uu hour.
I'm no giraffe." And everybody smiled
oxcept tho barrister. Tlt-Blts.
nipil, ni IIi ,lril. iiv Rarer.
Fred niheustnOr. n Cbtpspo barber,
niurdeied his wlfo by 1 ::ii:oe htr throat
with a razor, and tl'.eu commuted sul
clde .with tho sa:r.o .veij,nr.
For a dny and a night and a morrow,.!.
Thnt his utronuth might ondure for
n Bimn. r
With truvull nnd heavy sorrow,
Tho holy splilt of man.
From tho winds of the north and tho
The,y t'utnered as unto strife; '
They Urcathod upon his mouth, '.
Thoy Idled his body wlth'Jlfo; ,
KypHleht and upeocli they wrouBht ,
I''oi tlio veils of tho soul therein,
A tlmo for labor und thought,
A tlmo to servo nnd to .pin; '
They savo him light In Jila ways, (
And lave, und a npaco for delight, ,
And bcuuty, and length of.dujyi,
And night, uud sleep In tho night.
Ills speech is a burntne fire;
With his lips ho tratolletW;
In bin heart Is a blank donlro,
In his eyes forekiiowledgo ot death;
no weaves ana M clotiiod wun ae
Bovt, and. he aball not reap;
UHUfo lu:Vtch or u vlahm '
uvvvtuvii u aivvy uiiu u fficcy.
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stoo there if the trouble is allowed
cold is generally the coituncnccnicnt of the unpleasknt syihpjbafccff
ringing noises in the ears, nose stopped up, mucus dropping )wk l
into the throat, hawking and spitting, etc. The inner skin or tnfoii ,
iticinbiaiie of the Cody becomes inflamed and secretes an urihealtliy.iuiit-,
ter which is absorbed into the blood, and Catarrh becomes a tieriotistll
.latigeroitsblood disease. Kvery daj' tlie blood becomes more hcavlry' loided .
with these poisonous secretions, and as the poisoned blood constantly jaaiMI
thromrh the luuirs thev become disearfed. and often Catarrh termiriates itt'
Consumption. Sprays, washes, inhalation) and such treatment do, ho, real
good, because they do
a not reaca tile
s. s. s
system, Catarrh is driven out and n lasting cure made. The inflamed inciti-.
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CQ ATtAMTA. CA
Ultra Tno lliimlrcil nml Ton I'i'pIm
Lleulenniit Dniuant and Gunner Cat
to, from bis British majesty's steam
1 hip Spanker, no the outcome of naval
Investigation of deep sea dhlng have
just descended lu a Scottish loch lu
illvlng suits to the depths of .blrty-tlve
fathoms, or IMO feet, n rceorrt for tho
Viltlsh Isles 'and urobntily for tho
Bad Stornach Trouble Cured
Having been sick for the past two
yeais with a bad stomach troublo a
friend gao mo a doo of Ghamber
laln's Stomach 'and Liver Tablets.
They did me ra much good that I
bought a bottle of them and have
used twelve boltlca lu all. Today I
am well ot a bad stomach trouble.
Mrs. John Lowe, Cooper, Malno.
Thero tbalets aro fdr salo by all
A. WONDERFUL UUSB.
Tho iato A'.JI. Slnlion," tlio old
est Odd Fellow In tho woild, had U10
following experience at a New York
theatio o6crnl years ago;
In tlroio daya women weren't com.
polled to take'lhelr ha4s oft In the
thcalie. CoiBoquently, a good many
kept their luta on, and the people
behind .saw nothing of tho stage. Mr,
Sjmpncn sat In his orchestra chair,
enjoying Hie play famously, when a
woman hi a Uo-rootljat, plumped
down In tho srat In fiont of him. Ho
sighed. Ho sat. eo to speak, on tip
toe. He craned his nork to the light
and to tho left. But In valu. Now
that Ibis woman had come, he could
see nothing of tho 1 tage1. Ho "saw
only two black ' os' leh plumes, a
bunoh of grapei, a humming-bird and
a bow or pink satin ribbon-from
behind Hits mass the vokea ot tho
Mr. Simpson was a modest man.
It was not his nature to disturb nny
cno. Noverincicas, no uiu nwi. i"
get to a Now York theatre, alN now
that he was In ono, ho did not pro.
pose, to miss Us bnncula through no
fault of his own. So after a good
deal of silent surfoTlng and a go:d
deal of bashful hesitation, he leaned
forward, touched the woman In front
ot him, and said In politest tono:
"Madam, will you kindly tako off
The woman- Ignored hlni Ignored
h.m nbrolutoly. JIc said a"llttle moro
'Will you pleaso tako off tiat big
hat, madnm? I can. seo nothing bo.
siio turned, navo him a ncomiui,
wintering look, and settled back Inlo
her former position,
"Madam;" said Mr. Slmpffcn very
firmly. "If yon do not remove that
hat. something most unpleasant will
Phq Ignored him again.
Mr. Simpson reached down under
tho seat, got his hat, nnd put It ou,
Instantly, from all parts of tho houo,
there came a loud and ferocious chor
us: "Hero, tako off that hat!"
"Hats off.down front!"
"Tako off your hat!"
"Oft with jour hat! Oft with It!"
Tho woman removed hor lint In
stantly. At tlio samo moment, Mr.
Slmipcon, chuckling. romovod his
own. Thon tho uproar ceased.1 Jan.
Tlir. FINANCIAL OUTLOOK.
What Is to be Bald of tho outlook
for Amerlran finance? In Wall Streot
0119 meets, nnd hn,s met during the
past thiee or four months, the very
gouoral nnswer that, with tho arrival
of January, nnd tho relaxing of tho
money strain, everything will b?
comfortable again and matters finan
cial will go on under normal p-os.
suro. 'Tlio ovperlenco of January,
lagfl i J nil ip
lli kB mi k I LTMPiiiffnTi'
' I - - . . "f - . . . . vT 1
; ; fc J . rRttf bmrfe-bqtle.p. PINAUP'S HA R TON Ck(enouJi
, , lor 3 appHcatiMsj Tor I Oc. to pay postage and packing. , i II
; ; Wrteloday to ED. PJNAUD'S American Offices, E. PiliiW BuiWm'g, I . .
. j- " . . t.'
mJ f LU1U UPUjI mil
lo run on.o ''I'htfoOmritMmW
poison-laden blood, where jneyeai
lies. 1 lie only way to cure watarru
Jt .1 L..h.1...1.LI 1 f A ff
pnniy uim mum uj iiiiruiuuu. ojo.tji
has been proven the rcmedybest suited foif
this purpose. It goes down to tud vvery
bottom of the trouble nnd removes every ,
trace of impurity from the circulation j
freshens this life stream and, ns'this healthy
blood irecs to every nook nnd corner of the
190C,da forcibly Invoked as witness to
And. In fact there nro two can-
cessions freely made, even by people
who have shown leal concern over
tho high money ralea and tho weak
hank position of this season. Ono Is
that, although stringency lsr likely
to continue longer Into tho 110'w year
than it did twclvo months ago, nev
ertheless the acute strain .should re.
lax. Tho other concession I3 that our
prosperity Is so real, our tangible
wealth no enormous, nnd tho Impetus
of a series ot prosperous years., bo
1 eat that ho serious reverse to our
commercial prosperity is to he logical.
ly looked for.
That the country has Indulged In
many excesses Is admitted; more
grudgingly, It Ir udmltled that such
speculative extravagances as have
mniked tho past fow years, miut lu
tho end" bring their own penalty.
What people usually rc3t upon, when
In u speculative frame of mind, tythe
assurance that they1 are safe for some
lltllo tlmo to coiiie, No one wjll doubt
tho pruprlcty of such assurances In
the cnso of flnniiclnl Anierlcd' A
Tlio graver consideration jjncerns
tho longer future, and" arises from
Iho fact, of which we have' seen no
abundant ovldeneo, that ciedlt Is be-
1111; r.is'iiiy uniiiH'yii, niui lire imcuu.
lions of rormal yearn. In banking
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I hat at tho veiy samo tiiuonvhon the
automatic warnings of the money
market are most sharply sounded,,
tbo feeling; grow's more alid "mdie
general In file fliianciaV courmumty it.
aelf that wp need no longer heed
January -March Forum.
them. 'Alexander D. Noyos In the
Just at tho jthreslioUl of womanhood,
that trylns period when tho whole sys
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many a girl falls a victim ot chlorosis or
Her disposition changes and she be
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Is Imperfect, and weariness aity fatlgua
ato oxpciloncod on slight exertion.
Chlorosis Is much like anaemia be
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Dr. A. W. Clmso's Nerve Pills aro do
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Tho regular and persistent use of Dr.
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