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i, I V t 1 i I I t I I I f I 1 I I ( t- I 10 LOU r, in Losress:iF rr -t- 1 ? T TT1' 1 T TT TT TT VI V tTI" T TT Th V y !! !'(:'( i in to i.innli i I' ff ;l Hi i I 1 il I ' !! :ih !; ; "I- I" it v, A iiluajs Inc. I Citli'NVsMin i- iif js. 1 1 ni l I vc i !(-; t! i!. . : i ni' . i ' . -u, ; 1- I i i n'.i'.ii ;i. 1 1 ii v. i .:'. V(.U!!I W ii' "Third H.iiisc of jii;;rcsH." tlmt )i'i('i(i;:fiii'oiis Jnuly innilc up of ntlor ih.vs, iinuiHitciH, lohliylsU and other -lascs of win kers w ho k to in 11 vi -'in" lcK'iKliitluii lu tin- National law making IhhI.v, lias hccn growing larger, M router ami Mure resourceful year hy year. Inn it Is iruct!eally certain that the CongreHsloiial h:-ksIui (if l'.iol-l'jnj will go down Into history an one of the liiost active during the life of the "ioliliy." The issues which v.-Ill claim attention ami the men in whose hands their fate will lie will of t IummsvI ves make necessary unusual activity on the part of the vchciners whos;- amhillou is to facilitate or retard legislation. In the lirst place, a new I'lvs'.dent is in control of th destinies of the Na.ion. ami. In tuldii:on to that, the issues', i.lnu.sl without exceniiou, are iin irtant in the cxtn me. The "Third House" hus gained f-nnie V( ry distinguished recruits of late years, for it has hee.uiU' (pille th. 1'ropcr thing for a Congi'es.- iuMi whose lenn has expired and who is de:-i;-o,is of M'inaining in Washiugi'.'.i. to under take to further the interests of some irgani7.allon or corpni-ation which Is willing to pay well fur the ;;jrviee. acimaintanc" v. ilh many t mi- ...I I, I l,v gic-' no n are iegniau. i-i-'i""." " the prol'csloiial lohhyit-ts, the usual ru- employed heiug to have them call at the Capiiol ami each send In a card requesting a hrlef Interview with some mi" Kepresenlatlve jnst : the time whin an Important hill U to he voted on, and when the absence of ne or two members may change the result. New members are the particular prey of the unscrupulous lobbyists'. They analyze a newcomer with the skill born of long experience find govern them selves nccordim-'lv. Very seldom does one of these adroit manipulators of inert risk alarming his quarry with tha suggestion of a downright bribe. Waldon Tawcett, in Collier's Weekly. Cot III Wlifel on Tim!. "It does not always follow that a man is able to detect because he is oiliclally known as a detective.' was the remark made at the lr-adquartcrs of the police department Hie other day "There are many people, howovci who think that Mich should be the casi A iomii who had ev dentlv had no ex perience in detective matters, called one day and reported the theft of h bicycle. His manner of making the report a united those who heard what he had to say. "'I want io get my wheel by next it Tin: r:;i;::i ivi:.m.d m;::':;;; Tl'.e i r : t t'ii rtr was ( s - -v ' Tie- (-i; in'n 1 id f i'I n on th" mill act. and the orchc. tra w;h u to begin n King H le in- db y. w there was a commotion near tae trance. ! "Is John Smith In the oudletu-c? nn .-wited YOl(C. "1113 llO'.lKt' lit I on lire." Nut nobody roso up. There wasn't a man of the, name ol John Smith In the house. I It Onlr I t" .f II . I'i.l,,lill,l KI'll lllf llll'BC (it t(l i imi per mill- Ih ili.i Mtolr.l j lr I. Inn I!n I- wy k'i''" Ix'iwi'cu Ainu vi. lii. in "-I. nn, mil. vti,iiluum hikI ( liarlolto. Knr fin Ui.-r liiI.riiinlloiMHll r wilmlla iy fc. hinui'-. ( liy nimyiT mid ini'i ak' ih, " ( lii'l-tUn, Af t- li'Mi'l. t'i.i". A((t , AiWinU, (jh. Does the detective hnve to pet a pointer in order to dog a criminal' footstep? t i' Sod sty ll ,;icn i; i H ir the proj'cr ioimI ,.t imi'i 1 Vi 'i.rtit i:i t,t row lis it the V e;n '11 and Den Ten SlraigM Tront gor$a$ comliine cverj giaee end ( leg:iiH C. Ask your Aret for thrm. Royal Worcester Corset Co., worcoi.M,. 1 1 A , I' TlieXcbby55 in Washington. J" 9 i CCENE in "HE. CCRSICCR 0UR1NG SESSION Or CG.NGPESS Collier's Weekly. As a rule these ex-Congressmen re gard themselves simply as attorneys ucting for clients and would be indig nant if classed with the ordinary lob byists who are supposed to be ever ready to accomplish things by any possible book or crook. A number of representatives of cor porations are paid large salaries and live in elegant style, year in and year out, in the most fashionable section of the National capital. Even the "free lance" promoters sometimes make fab ulous sums, ' ns, for instance, Major Stahlman. of Nashville, Tenn., who is understood to have received some time since the sum of $100,800 for gelling through Congress a claim for ?2S8,000. Women do not play as important a part in. lobbying operations as they goin EUCll Thursday,' he said, 'because I'm away on the 3.40 train.' " 'Can't give a guarantee in matters.' he was told. " 'Don't forget,' said the owner of the wheel, as he started to leave the office 'I'm going away Thursday, and I'd like to take the wheel with me. "His complaint was given the usual attention, and, strange as it may seem. his wheel was recovered the day ho wanted and in time for him to take it away on the train. "'Who said Sherlock?' inquired the detective, after the wheel had been turned over to its owner." Washing ton Star. Delicately formed" niirtfrcnlly reared, women will Mini, in all scnsop.uof (heir lives, a.-nuaidsor w iveu or mothers, that th;' one nniple, wholesome remedy which acts pently si: id pleasantly r.ud naturally, trad which may bo. used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditkmswhetithe system needs a laxative is Syrup of Tig's. It is well known to be a simple com bination of the laxative and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aromatic liquids, which arc agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system when its pontic cleansing is desiivd. Many of the ills from which women suffer are of a transient nature and do not come from any organic trouble and it is pleasant to know that they yield so promptly to the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs, but when anything more than a laxative is needed it i3 best to consult the family physician and to avoid the old-time cathartics and loudly advertised nos trums of the present day. When one needs only to remove the strain, the torpor, the congestion, or similar ills, which attend upon a constipated condi tion of the system, use the true and gentle remedy Syrup of Figs and enjoy freedom from the depres sion, the aches and pains, colds and headaches, which are due to inactivity of the bowels. Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Figs can hope to get its beneficial effects and as a guar antee of the excellence of the remedy the full name of the company California Fig Syrup Co. is printed on the front of every package and without it any preparation offered as Syrup of Figs is fraud ulent and should be declined. To those who know the quality of this excellent laxative, the offer of any substitute, when Syrup of Figs is called for, is always resented by a transfer of patronage to some first-class drug establishment, where they do not recommend, nor sell false brands, nor imitation remedies. The genuine article may be bought of all reliable druggists everywhere at 50 cents per bottle. K I I v. - v " - " .. . u ,i h I " $ i '" i a I c. i i.: ) .iy :.rS.l! 0 i A v t V , A ' s " fa vvv l7'' tt V W W i ?! 1 SI t j n v 1 r 1 j at .J.. --'.ft : ,IH. 7 1M I 1 1 '.V'' P. r-iT. Marriage is maiden effort. often the result of THE NEW CHIEFTAIN OF TAMMANY HALL IS1 1 si lli 1: Iiii'l"'-;;V Iff a i t vrsnuf & rir1 Vvm mi n lW.!iiiiMMiiim.,.-.H.WnfJIL'.ill.l'.' j, w ii -v. ', wmmm'r' ''' VXKS&rwJttircwmdllJlS In nrm nnnww1 1 j T ... fell Mill OCTii'i-. W-" j' A LUMURY WITHlfl THE REACH OF ALL. LEWIS NIXON. i , w', Nxon is now the leader cf New York's famous political orpanlza t nown over the civilized world under the generic name of -lam tlcn, Unown Domi nichard Croker announced his retirement n,aU3i rndori of the orcauization. Mr. Nixon was horn at Leos tV0Va v!S Tn lie graduated from the United States Naval Ae.,d- '.t A Z and?, in We a l some two years later was Klven a responsihle PUiy at Am ap is in . apartment of the Navy. The I nlted Go7rnU Srogon "Indiana" and "Massachusetts" were designed .States batt P8 OK ;ml'cp,ratl upon his own account, six y,ars nKo. "T hAm- It S mard a EhzaltLport. 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