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Percy Mackaye in Collier's rhymes
"banter’* and “Santa.” We move that the poets’ union suspend Mr. Mack aye's license for the yead 1911. Pugilist Jack Johnson has invcnten a hydraulic lifting machine. He had to do something to enuble him to lift all this scandalous amount of gold he is said to have made. Almost any day one is likely to read that one of the correspondents en gaged in writing rumors about the Mexican uprising has broken all speed ; records on the typewriting machine. Anyway D* Cook's description of the ‘‘purple snows” of the polar re gions will remain one of the classics of modern literature. Rob Fitzsimmons calls John L. Sul livan an old woman. Can’t part of Mr. Carnegie's $10,000,000 peace gift be devoted to healing the breach be tween those two celebrities? A California rival of Luther Burbank says he can grow apples on bushes. Composers who have ideas for any more popular songs about the old ap ple tree should make haste to market. It is said that the ex-king of Portu gal has not money enough to pay his cab fare. Can’t any of his admirers supply him with a second-hand bicy cle? Canada reports a shortage of wood pulp. But even a paper famine will not make the average scribbler "cut it short.” President Taft’s plea for economy was so strong that a San Antonio man sent along a dollar to help out the gov ernment. Many a minister wishes he had the Taft power of exhortation when the collection plate is passed. Just the Cure He Wanted. me v/ui c nc nmiicu. The popular captain of an Atlantic liner has a fine collection of mal de mer stories, but easily the gem of the lot deals with a Philadelphia bridal couple. Th bridegroom, being on his first deep sea trip, continual tempestuous weather produced agonizing results. "Take care, Marmaduke,” cried the bride. "That isn’t the cure for sea sickness. Don’t you seethe bottle is marked ’carbolic acid?’ ” "That’s the bottle I want,” he groaned.—New York Herald. Puccini’s latest opera is called “La Fcnciulll do West.” How many West ern cowgirls recognize themselves in that description? Own Will and Accord. Mr. Myles Did you ask your wife to wear one of those hobble skirts? Mr. Styles—Oh. no. It looks as if she had done it with her own will and n-cord.—Yonkers Statesman. Rip Van winkle Makes Some Sugestion. Rip Van Winkle had just brushed the last of the cobwebs out of hiß eyes. “I subbose somebody vill worry likely make a play about me,” he said In his Catskill stage dialect. “No doubt about it,” replied a by stander. Rip yawned heavily, the spell of his long nap being still strong upon him. “Veil,” he said. "I hope if dey do write such a play dey von't try to re vive it after It has been asleep for (lwenty years.” And then he smiled, and they filed into the tavern and imbibed another one of the kind that didn’t count. — Cleveland Plain Dealer. Colorado Farmers’ Congress and Short Courses At State Agricultural Congress, Ft. Colyling January 7th to 15th, 1911. A special rae will be made for this occasion via the Colorado and South ern from Pueblo and intermediate points to Loveland inclusive. Tickets will be on sale January 8 and 9. Final limit January 24. continuous passage on the going trip with privilege of stop-over at Denver on the return trip within the final limit. Read to Fame. It was Mme. Highnote’s first appear ance, and she was on her trial thriil. The audience sat spellbound, says tho San Francisco Star. First came a cadenza, and then the high C. Would she do it? Mme. Highnote thougnt she wouldn’t. She was just about to attempt the note when a little brown mouse ran across the footlights. The diva s-hrieked, gathered up her skirts and ran. Once in her dressing room she buried her face in her hands and sobbed. "My prospects are forever blighted," she moaned. At that moment there came a fever ish knocking at the door. It was the manager’s assistant. "The manager." he exclaimed, * wants to know whether you ran away from the curtain because you were ltl?” “No. I am well. It was only—” "And be wants me to tell you that high C you let out at the last was the finest he had heard in years, and the audience is crazy over you. You must give an encore.’ "I can’t —I can't,” wailed the prima donna, "not unless you can get an other mouse.” National Western Stock Show at Denver January 16 to 21. A special rate of one fare for the round trip will be made via the Colo rado and Southern for this occasion from all points in the state. Tickets will be on sale from points within 150 miles of Denver on January IG, 18, 19 and 20. In addition to these dates tickets will be sold from points more than 150 miles from Denver on Janu ary 15th. Final limit on all tickets Janunty 24th. I DENVER DIRECTORY BON I. LOOK lo* mallei] free Cor. IStli * Plnke. Denver. ACQA VQ RELIABLE : PROMPT HOOH I 0 ?"r IJ -,ru r i ; a aLV , s„v'.!; and Copper. $1.60. Gold and Silver rerined and Pmir.lit Write for free mailing aacks. Ogden Assay Co., 1536 Court PI., Denver KODAKS and KODAK FINISHING Mail orders given si>.-. i.il att.~lion. All kinds amateur supplies strictly Iresli. Send for ratalou. DENVER PHOTO MATERIALS CO. i/lUcniA A home treatment for nervous, uterine, I IMIUIA CatarrtuU. Stomneli and liertnl Disorders. It renders unnecessary dlstrenalnu examinations nud does uwny with p ■lnful unit bnrniftll Irani Treatment. It Is stopping the frequent mutilations and the unsex- Ing of women, the removal of the ovaries. Consult or rorreauond with Mrs. K. J. Itelnhurdt, M. D., 7(»4 tin 6 Kta-trlc Building. ITeuvar. Cain COOLING HIS FEVERISH BROW (Copyright. 1910.) CONDENSATION OF FRESH NEWS THE LATEST IMPORTANT DIS PATCHES PUT INTO SHORT, CRISP PARAGAPHS. STORY OF THE WEEK SHOWING THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS IN OUR OWN AND FOREIGN LANDS. WESTERN. The Los Angeles Times has per fected arrangements for the first de livery of newspapers by aeroplanes. Arch Hoxsey, of Pasadena, Cal., holder of the present world's altitude record of 11,474 feet, flew over Mount North Texas is shivering tinder a cold wave. Amarillo, in the Pan handle. reports half an inch of snow r.nd high winds. Tlie city and county of Denver spent $167,797.78 to care for its poor in the year ending November 30tli, ac cording to report of county clerk. Luther Burbank lias announced the creation of strawberry of new type "the Patagonia,” which commences to ripen first and continues to bear the longest. Edward Tracy was arrested in l:utte, Mont., after a chase of a year and is charged with an unusual of fense against the statutes, namely, stealing the same horse twice. The body of a man forty years old vas found in Pnola, Kans., in a car loaded with bricks. In his pocket was U und a receipt from a fraternal lodge at Anadarko, Okla., bearing the name of W. O. Bruze. Fred Cutler, a messenger boy, was run down and probably fatally injured in Guthrie, Okla., by an automobile carrying State Treasurer James Men efe. The car used emergency brakes. It was demolished. Eighteen feet of gold ore worth $75 per ton is the verified report of the big strike made recently at the Ital ian mine, belonging to the Leesburg Mining Company, about twenty miles from Salamon City. Idaho. The min ers predict a stampede. Gold shipped by Alaska operators to the United States assay office at Seat tie for the month of November, 1910, amounted to approximately $1,540,000 as against about $723,000 for Novem ber, 1909; the operating season was considerably longer than previous seasons. England and France, in a speed coalition, defeated America at I,os An geles, in the first aerial derby ever run. .'as. Radley, the British speed cham pion, in a French Blerlot monoplane, beat Eugene Ely, driving a Curtis racer, and Phil Parinalee, in a "baby” Wright, in an eight and three-quarter miles race. Disclosures following the forced li quidation of the Qiiauali National Dank of Quanali, Texas, caused the comptroller of the currency to issue at-, order directing every one of the 7,100 national banks in the United States to install what practically amounts to a uniform system of book seeping. The secretary of the interior has approved the contract entered into by Supervising Engineer Savage of the leclamation service on behalf of the United States, with Samuel Thomas of Byron, Wyo., for the construction c i distributory ditches under the i ranine canal and lateral A. of the Shosbcne irrigation project, Wyoming. Tn support of a motion for a new trial for James McLachlan. convicted of murder in the first degree for kill-, ing liis wife in Cheyenne, his counsel has produced affidavits of a physician, a police sergeant and a newspaper re porter, stating that a few minutes aft er the shooting McLachlan. who had shot himself with suicidal intent, made to them what he considered a dying statement, asserting that he had shot hi;? wife in self-defense, after sir had attacked him. with a butcher knife. SPORT. Abe Attell. featherweight champion r.f the world, and Billy Allen, feather weight champion of Canada, will meet in a t.en-round, no-decision boat in Syracuse January 2od. Washington. —Willie Hoppe, cham pion billard player of the world, is go ing to give an exhibition for Presi dent Taft. Since the White House has no billard tnb’le, one will be taken to fhe White House for the purpose, but will not remain there WASHINGTON. President Taft bus been appealed ! by former Forester Gifford Pinchot 1 and his brother, Amos Pinchot, to can cel immediately, without further hear ing, the so-called Cunningham Alaskan ! coal claims. President Taft has authorized form- | i*l recognition of the new constitu- i tional government of Nicaragua, fol- I lowing the receipt of official dis- 1 patches announcing the election of Gen. Juan J. Estrada as president. 1 Statements made by Sir Hiram Maxim who wrote President Taft Oct. 25th that gun explosions in the United States army and navy were due to the form of powder grain in use, are char acterized as “unworthy of serious cou c id era t ion. Impetus to tlie movement for a per- ' liianent tariff commission was given I by conferences at the White House ' and the capitol, the return of Repre- 1 tentative Longworth of Ohio In Wash ington with a full draft of a bill creat- I tug a commission and by announce ment of Chairman Payne of the House committee on ways and means that he expected such legislation before March -Ith. Through the practical institution of the postal savings bank system Tues day, January 3rd, the United States * overnment will give the people facili ties for saving a part of their earn ings. 'Their establishment is regarded as the most far-reaching financial step taken since the authorization of utv ttonal banks, and their operation will' be watched with interest by finan ciers throughout the world. Immediate formulation of Panama canal legislation practically was de cided upon at a conference at the White House between President Taft, Secretary Knox. Secretary Dickinson, Senator Flint of California, chairman ot the Senate committee of inter oceanic canals; Senator Brandegee of Connecticut, also a member of that I committee, and Representative Mann c; Illinois, chairman of the House com mittee on interstate and foreign com- * merce. “When the Grand Jury now investi gating the sampling or sugar in New Orleans finishes its work, it will be found that the frauds against the gov ernment there have been going on for ! at least fifteen years." This state ment wus made by an official of the customs service, who said that all the i suspected frauds wou'd be found in the sampling of sugar and in th** polar scopic test which determines the i saccharine contents upon which the importei pays duty. An investigation ot alleged "drawback" funds at San Francisco is also imminent. A pre liminary investigation has furnished evidence which leans treasury offi crals to believe the frauds there an ill eclipse those at New York, which the American Sugar Refining Company recently offered to settle for $700,000. GENERAL. An international railway commis sion, with supervisory authority over th** railroads operating between the United States and Canada, practically is assured. News of an assault on A. A. Wil liamson. the American vice consul of I Dalny, Manchuria, has reached the State Department in Washington. Rene Simon, French aviator, broke the world’s record for monoplanes when he circled mile track in 20-mile wind in 57 seconds flat, in New Or leans. in a campaign against palmists, mediums, phrenologists and fortune tellers, the police made simultaneous raids m Manhattan and Brooklyn and arrested more than forty persons. Unusually cold weather, with freez ing temperatures almost to the gulf, prevails throughout a large portion of the South. The cold wave follows j I closely upon the heels of a general weather disturbance which took the form of a thunderstorm in the central \ alleys and snow in northern Texas. Jay U. Jordan, telegraph operator of Kansas City, was fined S2OO. for hug ging his wife so hard as to break two ■>t her ribs. Jordan was arrested on complaint of his wife, who told a po- ' liceman that her husband was cruel to her. Rhode Island has 508.5 persons to ! the square mile, thus, according to census bureau, leading the list of slates in the matter or density of I opulation. Nevada, with only seven tenths of a person to the mile, is at the lower end of the table giving these tacts. Miss Helen Taft, daughter of the President, has promulgated a cam- I aign of early hours among the young er members of the social set. If the campaign is successful, late hours will be given up und the all-night dance shunned. The Northern Bank of New York, with $6,912,582 in its nine branches at the time of its published statement, has been closed by O. H. Cheney, superintendent of banks, "for the benefit of depositors" because of "certain conditions," also "certain ir regularities.” $3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN ING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't It bo nice within a week or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fre quent pussage of urine; the forehead and the back-of-tho-head aches; the stitches and pains In the back; the growing mus cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel low skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye lids or unl.les; leg cramps; unnatural short breath; sleeplessness and the de spondency ? 1 have u recipe for these troubles that you can depend on. and If you want to make a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought to write and get a copy of It. Many a doctor would charge you $3.50 Just for writing this prescription, but I have It und will be glud to send It to you entire ly free. Just drop mo u line like tills: Dr A. E. Robinson. K-254 Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and I will send It by re turn mall In a plain envelope. As you will see when you get It, tills recipe coutulns only pure, harmless remedies, but It has great healing und paln-conquorlng power. It will quickly show Its power once you use It. so I think you hud better see what It Is without delay. I will send you a copy free—you can use It und cure your self at home. GOT HIS SOBRIQUET EARLY “Honest John" Kelly Proved His Right to the Title Long Before Manhood.’ There have been many stories about the manner in which "Honest John" Kelly, the ex-umpire, first got his nick name. Mr. Kelly himself, according to a New York letter, holds that It came to him naturally, for even as a small boy the purity of his soul shone through his face. “I think the first time 1 was ever called Honest John’ was when I was quite a youngster,” said Kelly. "A mau engaged as an anibulutory salesman of tinware ob served the Ingenious countenance I presented to the world and hailed me. 'You look honest, boy,” said he. 'What might your name be?’ 'John,' said 1, quite simply. ‘John’ —Just like that. ‘Then hold my horse while 1 go In the saloon and get a drink,' said he. And so 1 held his horse while he went In the saloon and got u drink. But this was on lower Ninth avenue, in a day when the avenue's honors went to the man who could clean the most cops in a given time. By and by the gang came along and beheld that wagon full of tinware. The peddler was detained within by a sore thirst, and they took the tinware. And then they came hack and look the cush ions off the wagon. Eventually, be coming daring, they unhitched the wagon and look It away. True to my trust. I stood there, holding the horse. And by and by the peddler came out of the saloon and sized up the situa tion. ’Well,’ said lie warmly, ’you’re Honest John, all right. You saved the I horse.’ ” His Specialty. j “What lias become of young Mr. , D'Auber, who showed such signs of talent in drawing? Has he made a I success?" "Oh. yes. indeed. lie’s got all the work he can do now." "Magazine or studio work?” "lie draws the maltose cross show ; ing where the body was found, in the evening papers.”—Cleveland leader. Seats of the Mighty. "Have you investigated those * charges against Biggun yet?” asked the intimate friend, i "Not yet," answered the distin guished statesman who was a mem ber of the investigating committee. "All we have done is to hold an In formal meeting and decide that lie isn’t guilty." On the Ties. First Thespian—Walking home? Second Thespian—Yes, the railroad cars are insufficiently heated. The more solitary, the more friend less. the more unsustalned 1 am. the more I will respect and rely upon my self.—Charlotte Bronte. Now About Clean Food When the "Weekly” which sued us for libel (because we publicly denounced them for an editorial attack on our claims) was searching for some "weak spot.” they thought best to eend a N. Y. A tty. to Battle Creek, summoned 25 of our workmen and took their sworn state ments before a Commissioner. Did v.e object? No. On tho contrary, we helped nil we could, for tho opportunity was too good to be lost. Geo. Haines testified he inspected tho wheat and barley, aV:o floors and every part of tho factories to know things wero kept clean. That every 30 minutes a samplo of the pro ducts was taken and inspected to keep the food up to standard and keep out any impur ities. also that it Is the duty of every man in the factories to see that anything not right is immediately reported. Has been with the Co. 10 years. Edward Young testified had been with Co. 15 years. Inspector, he and his men exam ined every wick and car of wheat and barley to see they were up to standard and rejected many cars. H. E. Burt. Supt., testified has been with Co. over 13 years. Bought only the best grain obtainable. That the Co. kept a corps of men who do nothing but keep things clean, bright and polished. Testified tlu?tno Ingredient went into Grape- Nuts and Postum except those printed In the advert! ing. No possibility of any foreign things getting into the foods as most of the machinery is kept closed. Asked if the fac tory is open to the public, said "yes" and ”lt took from two to three guides constantly to show visitors through the works.” Said none of the processes were carried on behind closed doors. At this point attys. for the "Weekly" tried to show the water used was from some out side source. Testified the water came from Co.’s own artesian wells and was pure. COMING HIS WAY. “What luck, my boy?” “Oh! pretty fair. I got six winders, two lamp posts and one silk hat al ready.” A Young Philosopher. Time is a relative quantity. Some minutes seem like hours, and some hours seem like minutes. How to con trol this flight is beyond most persons, but the little boy mentioned bolow seems to have progressed pretty well for a youngster. The teacher was surprised to see that he remained perfectly idle all through recess, and accordingly asked him why he did not play. “ ’Cause,” he said, slowly, "it makes recess too quick if I play, and I want it to la-a-ast!"—Youth’s Companion. Same Thing. Joakley—You’re right; most people worry over what they haven’t got, but I know certain people who worry because of what they have. Coakley—That so? What have they? Joakley—Nothing. The Catholic Stundard and Times. It Is right to be contented with what we have, but never with what we are. —Sir James Mackintosh. Some people would drown with a life preserver at. hand. They are the kind ' that suffer from Kheumatinni and Neural i gin when they can get ilumlinn Wizard Oil, the best of all pain remedies. The wealth of a man is the number of things which he loves and blesses, which he is loved and blessed by.— Carlyle. Mrs. Wlnuow's Roothlnc Nyrnp. Forohllitrcn *«•«•< inn*. softensUlegums, retliirenlo flttunmliuii.slluys pain,cures wind colic. Z&cs bolUs. Love Is the only thing that never fails. PUTNAM FAD ELE SS DYES cu* mote moo4t brtefcter and latter calara lharf any othar dya. Ona 10c MCfcu* cal art all Dart. Tkay dva In cald water batter than any ether dya. Tau can dya GOT THE BEST OF THE ELDER Apt Quotation of Brer Reuben Saved Hia Mule and at the Same Time Rebuked Sin. Elder Harris was making another attempt to induce one of the members of his flock to trade horses with hint. "Dat pony o’ your’n. Brer Reuben,'* he said, "is Jes' what I want, an' my big bay hos is jes' what yo' want. I kin git over de groun* faster wid de pony, an’ you kin haul a bigger load wid de hoss. Ilit’d be a good trade fur bofe on tin, 'ceptin' dat It'd be n leetle better fuh you dan it would fur me. You take de bay and give me de j ches'nut sor'l." j "De pony suits me well ’nougli, el der,' 1 averred Brother Reuben, for the twentieth time. "I don' keer t' make no swap.” "But I Jes' natclielly got t' have dat pony. Brer Reuben." "Elder." spoke the other, after a I period of profound thought. “I been wantin’ t' ast yo' a question for a long j time.” j "Well, what is it?” ! "I know w'at one o’ de 'postles says 'bout de law bein' done away with, but ain't we still livin’ undah de ten com man'ments?” "Brer Reuben,” solemnly averred I Elder Harris, "we air." “Well, one o' deni comman'ments ' says we mustn't covet anyt’ing w’t b’- Another tSplendid Opportunity to Bring Out Facts He testified the workmen were first-class, high-grade and inspected by th© Co.'s physi cian to be sure they were all iu proper phys ical condition; also testified that state reports showed that Co. pays better wages than the average and he thought higher than any in the state. F. B. Martin. Asst. Supt., testified Grape- Nuts made of wheat, barley, yeast and water. Anything else? “No. sir.” Postum made of Wheat, Wheat Bran and New Orleans Molasses. Statements made on his experi ence of about' 10 years with Co. Testified bakers are required to wear fresh white suit 3. changed every other day. Said had never known any of the products being sent out that were below tho high standard of inspection. Asked if any one connected with the Postum Co. had instructed him how to testify. Said, "No. sir.” Horace Brown testified has been with Co. 9 years. Worked in Grape-Nuts bake shop. Testified the whole of the flour is composed of Wheat und Barley. Attys. tried to confuse him. but he insisted that any casual visitor could see that nothing else went into the flour. Said machinery and floors always kept clean. So these men were examined by the “Week ly” lawyers hoping to find at least one who would say that some under-grade grain was put in or some unclean condition was found somewhere. But It was no use. Each and every man testified to the purity and cleanliness. As a sample, take the testimony of Luther W. Mayo. Testified been with Company about 10 years. Now working in the bakery department mak ing Grape-Nuts. Testified that the ovens and floors are kept clean and the raw products as they go In are kept clean. Also that the wearing apparel of the employes has to be changed three times a week. They Both Knew. The fool said one day In the king’s presence, "I am the king!" And the king laughed, for ho knew that his fool was wrong. A week later tho king was angry, be cause of an error he had committed, and exclaimed: "I am a fool!" And the fool laughed, for he knew thut his king was right.—Smart Sot. Answered. "How can I keep a husband's love?” “Have you tried cold storage*”’ Constipation caune* and aggravate* many ■rrioiis diseases. It is thoroughly cured by Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. The favor ite family l&xativc. People who borrow trouble always give moro than they get. For Infant* and Children. CASTiffii Tho Kind You Have t Always Bought PER CENT I • Mi similating rtteFoodandßegula- I "Roara 4-Tifl M « ling iheSloiMchi and Bowls of | -DotU » UiO -A* ija ll>l,tvp>fm|iin ' lilft> ' M Signature //Ijl 1,” Promotes Digestion,Cheerful- M tf_ |r* fi nessandßest Contains neither q£ A Air '!> Opium,Morphine nor Mineral ** #V\ If* S| Not Narcotic (i Ulj jn finf sou Drsi/nm rm*£K I A yj* 111 Std * A 1# \ r. AWAt/JtMj .. I VJI B | f§l£~ ft Jfv In ,h 9 /W f JWL T * II «II ii*o Aperfect Remedy forConslipa- |\T Al* US H SU tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, I 1 If w w tit Worms,Convulsions.Feveriah- 1 ILT ■. ness and LOSS OF SLEEP \ M LAI* IlyOP Ij-J I.c Simile Sitnature of Ij JiSSL Thirty Years jjJj. NEW YORK. _ cj™BCASTORIA Kzwn Copy of Wroppoe. mom Mu—o. oiwwoiirr. longs t’ our neighbors, an’ you’re cov etin’ dat liT chestnut sor'l pony o’ mine, Brer Harris!” Then the elder gave it up. Clearly the tenth commandment was against him. —Chicago Tribune. His Ruling Passion. The young man waited for the mill ionaire’s reply. "I don’t blame you for wanting to marry my daughter," said the latter. "And now how much do you suppose you and she can worry along on?” The youth brightened up. "I—l think," he cheerfully stam mered, "that $200,000 well invested, would produce a sufficient income." The millionaire turned back to ills papers. "Very well," he said, "I will give you SIOO,OOO, providing you raise a similar amount.” And the young man went away sor rowing. A Discouraging View. "We must investigate this affair,” said the rural official. “What’s the use?” responded Farm er Corntossel. "1 never saw an inves tigation that changed anybody's per sonal likes and dislikes." The life of a man consists not In seeing visions, and in dreaming dreams,, but in active charity and willing service.—Longfellow. Q. Do you use Postum or Grape-Nuts your self at all? A. Yea, I use them at home. Q. If from your knowledge of the factory which you have gained In your ten years at tho factory you believed that they were dirty or impure In any way, would you use them? A. I do not think I would. No. Asked If any one on behalf of the Company had asked him to testify In any particular manner. Stated “No.” All these sworn depositions were carefully excluded from the testimony nt the trial, for they wouldn’t sound well for the "Weekly.” Think of the fact that every man swore to the purity and cleanliness to that the Atty. for the “Weekly” was forced to say in open court that the food was pure and good. What a disappointment for the "Weekly!” Rut the testimony showed: All of flic grain used In Crane-Nuts. Tostum and tost Toasties is the highest standard possible to obtain. All parts of the factory are kept scrupulous ly CiCan. None of the workmen had been told how to testify. Most of them have been from 10 to I~> years with the Co. and ureThe products oil tl-.eiF tables at home. Why do their families us© the products. Grape-Nuts, Postum and Tost Toasties, that they, themselves, make? ‘•There's a Reason” Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. Are You Sick nr Ailin<rP 1100d ’ 8 SarBa P* VI milllga rJIla haa gemilnt curative powers, peculiarly adapted to restore health and strength In Juat such a condition as you ore up against. It has been doing this for more then a third of a century. Its legions of benefited friends telling of health re» stored, sufferings ended, are found everywhere. Give It a chance to help you out by getting a bottle today. DEFIANCE STARCH— ”.”^2 —other •urcbee only M ocnv» wire prtoe ut “DEFIANCE” IS SUPERIOR QUALITY. : ==* W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 1-1911. REALLY OPENED THEIR EYES Parishioner’s Remark, However, Left Young Minister Somewhat in In the Dark. Rev. Henry R. Roso In the Newark Star tells the story of a young min ister who had recently taken charge of a small parish in Vermont. Ho aspired to greater things and a largo field, and in the hope' that Ids reputa tion would travel beyond tho limits of the village to which he had bet » sent lie threw Into his sermons all the force and eloquence at his command. He was, however, totally unprepared for what was Intended for a compli ment, but which was put to him In such away that it left him in doubt as to the real Impression he had made. One Sunday morning, after an espe cially brilliant efTort. he was greeted by an old lady, who was one of the most faithful attendants at all serv ices. Approaching the young minister, she said: "Ah, sir. we do enjoy your sermons so much, they are so In structive. Do you believe it. we never knew what sin was until you came to the parish.” The Limit. "Do you have much trouble with your automobile?” "Trouble! Say, I couldn't have more If 1 was married to the blamed ma chine."—St. Louis Star.