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I VISITOR FROM JAPAN to itudl i v. 3 ,vw.i 1 become a lieutenant in the .laparese Naval college at Tokyo. After service afloat on several ships he was detailed to the general staff department In 1SSS, and made second In command at the great Yokosuka dock yard. In lit he wns given command of the Akagl and a year later became naval at tache nt I'arls. Tor four years he non e el at the Krench city, and on his return w as given command of a cruiser. In September, 1SH7, ho sailed as captain of the Puao, lor service on the coast of the Hum-Inn possessions In Asia. His promotion to rear udmlral occurred in Hen, and In the naval maneuvers of 190:1 he was made chief of staff of the llrst division Later In the same year he was given command of a division of the second squadron In the Chinese war he com mantled naval forces nt the battle of the Ynlu. With this training I'rlu went Into the war with Hussln as a rear admiral, having charge of the fourth Mpiadron of the Japanese licet. His action at Chemulpo was tho beginning of the war. In front of I'ort Arthur the guns he commanded did destructive work, and In tho battle of the Sea of Japan he commanded the light llllllMll. under Admiral Togo With the tidnilial on the west, I'rlu ui the north and Kami mura on the south, the Japanese lb et closed in upon The ltusslans, pounding them to pieces and driving them toward the coast of Japan NEW ALASKA Walter ton of the' of the I lime Mr. i r3fc ... r 1km v m graduating (TOO) the Connecticut Norninl school In 1SS7 and (ran Wesieyan university In ItM Succeeding graduation, he entered in wspnper work as a reporter on the Martloril Tost, coming to Washington in 189S as telegraph editor on the Washington Times. Gov. Hoggntt wns appointed three years ago, and hns, like all governors of the territory, had much trouble. He has been opposed by factions nntl warmly supported by others. He got tired of It all and resigned to enter private business. REFUSES VICE-PRESIDENCY ion i. in lined boundary, for his fata went to Mexico with (1 a dusky belle and became a Mexican by adoption. The sou hats become an im portant figure In Mexican affairs, having served as governor of Chihuahua, a member of the national congn ss and speake r of the house, before he came as ambassador at Washington in 1801 His wife Is the beautiful daughter of a leading ge neral In President Dial' nrmy. and will some day come Intu a handsome fortune from her father It Is considered that some day when Gen. Dial shall have Insisted upon retiring from the presidency, Senor Creel has an Idea of succeeding to that position. a Mexican QUITS AT OSLER'S AGE LIMIT Mr. Htmtl I ITia . fe- 3 I vanes shipped lMaK .,k I i plcture-i It is climate ducing all henceforth will be devoted to proving this theory on his ranch of 480 acres. Some years ago Mr. Huntington determined to re tire Ironi active business when he was 00 years old. and for more than a year he has been preparing for this retire nu nt by gradually relinquishing thi' nc Ivc management of one nfter uncivil r of his great Interests. The chief one was the traction system of Lot Ange les and southern California BELIEVES WAR home. During the civil war Dr. Fallows brigadier general of union troopb. He )u Chicago since 1876. Vice Admiral Itarun BotoUonl I'rlu, chief ol slufl of thi' Jupant'Ht' nnvy, who Is now vIsltlUR In this country, In ii distinguished veteran of tho warn hetween Japan and ('hlna and Kussla. He was trained in tho lulled Ktaten Naval academy at Annapolis, aH one of the 15 students permltl there as an act of Inti inatlonal courtesy. is Kturtent years were from 1877 to 1SS1, and he renieinheri d by practically all who were at the :'.dcmy during that time. At the nfio of Wl, I'rlu Is one of the 13 vice ad Irals of his country. His friends nco an utl- uilral h place for him before he reachea retire ment. Illy service has been continuous In the navy tiince 1 SSI . After his graduation from Ann apolis, In that year, he went to Europe, where he spent two years, and then returned to Japan to GOVERNOR E. Clark, correspondent In Washing Seattle Post Intelligencer and a mem- New York Sun bureau at Washington, has been appointed governor of Alaska by Preei dent Talt. The position wns offered to Mr. Clark three years ago by President Hoosevelt, but at that Clark wished to remain In the news paper Held. He was not an applicant for the place this time, hut the president wanted his services because, particularly. Mr. Clark Is fa miliar with Alaska. He went to the territory first In 1 100, to wrest a fortune from the gold fields He tailed In that, but acquired such an lie Icrcst In the country that he revisited It in l!)o:', and in 1100. Mr Clark was horn In Ashford, Conn . In MM, Enrique C. Creel, the Mexican dlplomatl governor who has refused to he considered Bl indidato for the vice presidency of the Mex n republic because he Is in favor of the re el ion of the present Incumbent. Is known a' I of the most progressive men of affairs o country He Is a bank president, a rallroai e-president. and director in an Insurance com iarin-1 uays lie tins been a u unit. eper man, e were the before he I tanner, a days when became as Creel's success may be fairly friends this side the Mexican by h W'as a Kcntuckian who Tavlor. staved liuirrli'.l by adoption, Thi Huntington has interests In the to funning iti lor the In v. vll ar i.os Angeles gton has pun h; st eight nioiitlu given up be might 'allfornla. i.lldlng at d many paintings Among the enn re several by So pIcturoH were on 9 the west Blab, artist, who ently In New York Hispanic society. (;, under the nu traa Homnev's of the Morsley children was one of tho sent to Oak Knoll. Mr. Huntington's belief that the soil and of southe rn Callionila are caiml.lt. of nr... sorts of tropical fruits, and his time A NECESSITY RiSBOP Samuel Hallows, who asserted In n sermon in a Chicago church that war Ib a neces sity, the soldier quite as Indispensable a person as the judge, lighting a virtue nnd the pence ad vocates mostly mollycoddleB. is one of the' most noted churchmen) In the country He I head of the Reformed Episcopal church and It g notable that hts interests He In many and varied Hold" outside' his episcopal duties. He has been presl dent of the board of managers of the Illinois state reformatory for some years. Is chairman of the l uivcrslty association, hns been president of a university, superintendent of public Insirue tion for V.'iaconsin, sociologist and settlement worker. He was a Metbudst preacher for U venrs before changing to hU present religion- wns a chtvplnin, colonel and brevel has been rector of St. lJaul's churcl BURDENS LIFTED From Bent Backs. A bad back Is a heavy handicap to those of ub who have to work every day. Nine times out of ten. backache tells of kidney weak nesB. The only way to llnd relief Is to cure the kldmys Iioun's Kidney l'llls have ghen kouikI strong backs to thousands of men and women. Mrs. Wesley Clemens. HI 1 Marion St,, Mancbeste'r, lu., says: "Constant work nt a r.cwing machine seemed to bring on kieiney trouble, Tin kidney action was ll laglllai nnd tb pains In my back and Icins ho severe. I could hardly endure It. I lean s Kid ney i'ills made me feel bettor In ii short time, and I took them until en tlrely free Sold by Foster-Mi lloln 111 trt nts a box. N. Y. HARD QUESTION TO ANSWER Simple Interrogation That Put Accus ing Profesbor in Rather a Tigtit Place. Tho following atory whic h leaked out of a Yule faculty meeting is also typicul of "Waterloo'' Wheeler. Tho case of a fast student was belore the faculty. Though the Yale principle Is to meddle as little as possible with the life and tnin.iU of the Btudent. in sisting merely on the rule, keep a good scholarship stand and be regular in attendance, still larant cases of misconduct are summarily disposed of. The student In qtiTtion had been seen in the company ol a woman of rather poor reputation and there was a question of dismissal l.est he be wrongfully sentenced the cautious Prof. I .add. the' philosopher, had In quired. "Was the young man positive ly Identified ?M Ob, fee, the professor knew tin man well; there could be no mistake about It. Then Prof. Wheeler looked up IBlMianlly, tapped his spec tacles against the fingers of his bit hand, a characteristic gesture, and In quit "'d: "And can the professor also positively identify the other party?" liuhemiuu Magazine, Prominent A large Women Aid Gocd Caus. Ing pr on the terest palgn Celitlv uutne-i stage In tie in doty, or re taking an active In- antl-tubereuloeia cam- M i s V K. Yanderhllt has ri-,-n 51.000.000 for sanitary consumptives. Mrs Keith f Chicago has erected a Spalding sanitarium for the Chicago Tuberculo sis institute nt a cost of nbout $7.0. 000; Mrs. Collls I'. Huntington and Mrs. Itorden Harrimnn have given largely to the consumption tight. In PotftO Rico, Mrs. Albert Norton Wood, wife of a prominent army otllcer sta tioned nt San Juan, has stirred the en tire Island through the anti-tuberculosis crusade she Inaugurated. Mine. Emma Calve Is a most enthusiastic worker, and has given lnrgely of her talent and money for the relief of tuberculoeii mfferare, ami Miss oiga Nethersole has even lectured beforo the public on tuberculosis. Couldn't 8tnnd It. A Raleigh, N ('.. woman not long nco recelve'd into her bouse for "train ing" a "cracke'r" girl from the moun tains Endeavor was made to Inculcate In the glri n love fen- order and cleanli ness, but suddenly this discipline eeaaed, for the "poor white" fled to her the home In the fastne sses. Thither Raleigh woman traced her nfter come difficulty. "Why did you leave me, Mary Jane?" she uskctl. "Mis' Morgan, I Jos' couldn't stay!" exclaimed Che girl. "I was Jes' cloyed with neatness!" Important to Mothera. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOKIA a safe and sure remudy for Infants and children, and see that it Signature X In Use For Over :JO Years. The Kind You Have Always Rought The Bright Side. "Does Mr. Storinlngton Ilarnea try to look on the bright side of things?" aske d one actor. "I should say so," answered the other. "He's never content unless he Is staring the spotlight right lu the face." -Washington Star. Cbemlwftala'e 10a l'ure FitrrlA.nil Mnra eieie 'e. l'lire e'ltoMplitite linking 1'itHcle-r nr.' Pare nil'! I '11 ulnltei ,'! itnltlll utile tlmss Biihslansaa teoogalsee mat BaaiitBSd or tas V. a. oojesnunesat. At alt Qfeeers. t -U. ( II AMIlkULAiN CO.. HI. l.uut. Maker. Not Exclusive. "Was It an exclusive party?" "Not at all. Some of her relatives were there." For Any Disease or Injury to the no. use PKTTira EYE BALVK, al olutely harmleas, nets quickly, 25c. All dniggisti or Howard Uru., Uuuulo, N. Y. Sometimes the man who looks be fore he leaps gives tho other fellow chance to beat him to It Trwif' Sinulc Uindt-r uicatlieamoker what na anttte. a rirh iiiollow-taatinir ciffar. OcoBBlonallj ft dressmaker gives her husband flU. INIUM Of UlO BOY'S GRATITUDE WAS REAL Has Long Cared for Grave of Man Who Had Been Kind to Him Many Years Ago. Rev Jobs Henri Snttlg, pnstor of St Philip's church, Dyker Helghta, Brooklyn, tells this beautiful story. "in Ml llo rd, Pa., there is an old graveyard, neglected, w eed grow n and unkempt. Of all the mounds In that village' of the dead only one is cared fot On that the grass is neatly trimmed, flowers bloom and never a weed appe ars Tho visitor who looks upon this evidence of love and devo tion amid so many example's of for getfuluess usually asks whose grave It is. and the sexton answers: 'Tho mail whose body rests there had tie iiiicr chick nor child. Nearly every day for the six years since the man tied a boy comes here to 'tend to tho grave. Winter and summer he conies. The lad is tlie butcher boy. The man wai the only human being who ever was kind to the boy.' " THE HINT GENTEEL. love, It's nearly I had better bo Miss Smart We ll, they say "Never put off till tomorrow what you ran do to day." People Talk About Good Thing- rourteea year tjo tew people knew ol mii.Ii u oreoantion as a Powder for the Feet, To-day niter tin' genuine merits of Allen's FftflvKacje aara been told year aftee ye-ii by grateful persons, it is bjMUepens. ible to millione. It ij cleanly, whole. Ian. root-Ease, and thai you get it. Englishman's Withering Reply. The best of us sometimes forget the ata In our own eyes While we search : a mote In another's. An American raveling abroad met an Knglislnuan itii the rather remarkable name of IMIiorn ThoriK "Win AiiiitIi the que ood td; of the 'P?' "you don't the pru- in ice it. ( a- Bag) mass s, Is he re d nt him who, wlilh with he I "Wl qiu it! the ge if h' In r he Mo- convincingly. meats Obedience. Prompt and uritpiostionlng obedi ence is the corner stone of the foun dation of succes In life. No man can give' orders properly who has not learned to take them, and "save he serve, no man may rule." It will bo found that the men who have won tlve'r wny to positions of power and responsibility have Invariably been the men who did not reason or nrgue or oven "respectfully represent." but who promptly did ns they were com manded without questioning It Ib the Inrge man. not the little man, who recognizes a superior authority. To Check Spread of Trachoma. It has been reported that tho dis ease known ns trachoma, or granular eyelids, has been spreading rapidly among the IndlanB. To check this trouble congress appropriated 111,000, placing It In thi' hands of the commis sioner of Indian affairs, for the Imme diate Investigation and treatment of the disease and to check Its spread Mar-vel-lous! At a baseball game In Chicago the gatekeeper hurried to Comlskey, leader of the White Sox. and said: "I'mplre Hurst Is here with two friends. Shall I pass 'em In?" "An umpire with gasped Comlskey. two "Sure friends!" " Every body' Magazine. i.'rd, Urnk. Wcnry, Watery Kye Retimed by Murine Bye Remedy. Com pounded by Bxperlenceul PhyelOWaB. Mu rine Doesn't Hrnart: BoOttlfM Bp Pain. Write Murine Bye Remedy Co.. Chicago, fur Illustrated Bye Hook. At Druggists. He who Is false to fluty breaks a thread in the loom, nnd will llnd the flaw when he may have forgotten the cause H. W, Heecber. Over fiftv years nf public confidence nnd popnlarity, That is the record "f Hamlina Wizard Oil, the world's utatul nrd remedy fur aehea and pnin-e; There's a reason und only one MKItlT. Uncle Josh Sayu: Taln't nil cignrette smoke In Turk ish circles, b' jinks. Is It? It takes a hustler to distinguish the difference between an obstacle and a htndrunce In his path: There are imitations, dnn't be fooled, There is re substitute! Tell the dealer vou want Lewis' Single Hinder cigar. With a man money means more to eat; with a woman more to wear. Mr. "Wlnalnw" MHMIKBg Syrup. 1 chi!iirin teiLlDK. aoftf im ih BiHt. reilucwB I , DKmiuaMiiitn, fw; .. . kvm " mam MMaaaaaa A guttering iuccbs tba lolltftlrt engagement ring. ugly, grizzly, gray hair. UN "LA Mr, Saphcad Ily , II odock. Perhaps gnin. BILL'S AFFLICTION. Ifi "Why, uncle, bow are nil the folks?" "They're ail well, ttuMtke, 'capl mil. He's got the baseball fever!" A Lucky Mischance. "At the last moment Kakem lost his nerv a " "Tlien pray kind fate that nobody else vviil ever llnd It." Food 1 Products Never Vary in Quality or Taste because the utmost care is taken by Llb by's Chefs to s( lect only the choicest mater ials, and put these up in the samt; rareful manner every time. You are thus assured of uniform goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. Try these Uhby foodm Dried Boot Ham Loaf OMM Oon Carne Vttmna Sausage Evaporated MMk For luncheon, spreads or every day meals, they are just the thing. ly in thr Iwitinc. nrvfr can tfll whrn thry will come in han dy. Ak for tlbhy's nntl lr Mlfl you gfl Ubby'm. Uhby, McNeH & Uhby There's Danger Ahead if you've bcrn ncKlfcting I cold, non'tcxperimcntwithyotir health. Gel a remedy that yott know v. ill cure that remedy is DR.D.JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT It'i safe. In Ihr srverrst t asrs nf cougba, coldi, t mnc hilts, croup, in flammation ot chi-st and limes it is the most eftectiT-r rrmedy known. It dors its work quickly, removes thr muse ut the disease Sold fVfiyuhrrc in three $ilt bottles, $1,00, 50i, 25c, ST. LOUIS DIRECTORY SEWER PIPE nfVu.REA,N I1LACKMLU .t tOft HI. I.uuih, Uu. Wre r It. M-J Ill .iJII'ASV H "! prl, Your Eye Sight Wo will I'miMTlr nnd kteMUacallf II roe eye uieh pruM-r aliim-.-'i "Hr Mull'" it If von tin. mnlai to he. lyiui.. socm in our .tor.'. Metaem li ii. nnil iiii liui.li.lii-.l In m 1'iilK Ii yrnr.. Al-eJK Ont0a CO.. 41.1 tHlfo HI . M l-.uU, Mo. ( 0S&'fnlzi "Sur On Ihe in.4" VVjffiii Aik your dmlrr or JOHN DEERE BUCCY FACTORY, St. Umi Bend fur IkmHrt. "Moko up nf n Good Uugtij" Mention thin paper. -1 . ar t I ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE Shake Into Your Shoes Allen's PeoMEaee. b powtlrr (or the led. it relieeaa palofol, swol len, B'Harting, nervous (sat, and instanlly lakes Ihe. sting out of corns and buniima. It's Ihe grejatcsl comfort discovery of Ihe ajc. Allen's I'"ootF.iiso makes tiglit ii! ling or new ihoBB feel easy. It is a certain relief for ingrowing Balls, perspiring, callous and hot, lirtid. aching feet. It is always in demand for uso in Patent Leather Shoes and for Breaking in New Shoes. We have over 30,000 testimonials. TRY IT TODAY. Sold by all Druggists, 35c. Do not sccepl any Substitute. Sent by mail for 25c. in stamps. FREE TRIAL PACKAGE sent by mail Address ALLEN S. OLMSTED, LE ROY. N, Y. -In a nl nte Allrn'i 'oo(-Kae." neh. CRKOLK" HAIR HKSTOHEH.o PRIOE, i.OO, ratall. SICK HEADACHE Posltlvrly carrd by fhr Uttlr PlIU. Thf" ftlo rrUnTe Vim trr -h frnrn Ity-.ipfiHl, la litirt loiwit. 1 " i 'f Kmiiag. A pi f'-t rm mlf for DlxIneM, Nmw (fie, Irov -4lnTMH, i v 4 T ntr I ri 1m MMtht - r-J HiMt 1'aln In tbtt Hldr, TOBP1D 1,1 VK1U CARTERS IVER PILLS. m Ihry regulate- tlj-p H SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE, Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simllc Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTERS IITTIE IVER PM.LS. 45 to 30 Bu. of Wheat Per Acr he 4 I" ; giown on form laodi id WESTERN CANADA Mtrli I- uld U AlUrrlnudhi Ihrfr ralart ot th gtcal ; -i nnd ihut won' irfu I country iti f NstiiriAt BjUortmt It ii now pwihU- to ernf a hom!id of 1(0 H tr . firr anil anoiltt-f KJarrei at S ' W i acr, Iluii'lrrtli Iti.'- j-iL'i (lie cnt of lhir 1-. (M puriitav-d) on I ill- n had a lulant e nl from $ 1 0.0 to $1 2.00 t arn Ifoni tn ttim. V lieot, bitlejr, ' oat. In all do wdL Murd fnrmtn it a greal mccru and dairvnv,' H hijily pmfilJiMr. jtcJ ' Ir nt climale, iplf-nilH) khnoli and rhuithes. rail ways bfMJ niint vrty dwtrirt wilfiin eaiy reack of maikft. Hnilw.iv and land companiri ). landi lor tale at low prion and on eaiy term. "Lnit nt Wrul' pntiipl'l'tt niul nmpi aant (ret. For thrar M ..'..' a to tiow to MMUlf luwrat r hi I way rtttr-, apply to Huprn Mind-tnl ot lminlKratl on Otiw, Canttdfi, or thr aulhorlird Caniulian QoverD ntiit Avcnt: I. S. CRAWFORD. US Ninth St.. Kinn Cffr. Nm C. J. BKOl'btlTON, 412 HrrtfaaoU' Lusn f. TruilBt-ii Chicago, tllinoii. TOILET ANT9SEPTIG NOTHING LIKE IT FOR TUET TITirXU '3ilI,ine U drttifrie rib iCLin ki clfwiMitigj whttuag and frmovin(f tartar from thr Irrth, bMfaki drttroying all v" 1 of decay and dmraie wlxh ordinary in i!i jirrparaiiom cannot uo. XUIT sUAIITU PxttM ttscd m Motn InC. mUUIn waah dttiniecUtiMaMil and throat, purine the lreith, and LiH the uerma which collrrt in the mouth, causing ttire throat, had terili, Lad brrath, grippe, and much wckne TUC FVCC v',cn infiand, trcd, arh I nil. blbw nnd hum. nnv he imUntly tehrvrd and ttrcngthrnrd by t'axtine. rHTADDU I'aiiine wilt dritrnv the y-rini wA I A II HU thai cauir rfttaffh, heal the in flAiiimntion nnd ttop thr discharge. It it a -uuft : rrmrdy for uterine tatnrrh. ' Paxtine ii a harmlraa vrt powt rf-il arrniiLidr.diiiinfri'lant and drtdmn i. I Vd in Lathing it drttrovi mlmi ami Iravei the hdy anturpitc oily clenn. FOR ftALf AT DRUG STORES. OOc OH POSTPAID BY MAIL. LARGE SAMPLE FREE! THE PAXTOfc TOILET OO. UORTON. MAI Constipation Nearly Every One Gets It Tlie bowels show first sign ' of things going wrong. A j Cascaret taken every night , as needed keeps the bowels i working naturally without i grip, grille and that upset sick feeling. Ton rent box. wpok'n tirftfme.nl. All drua slur. HlgK-nnt acllrr la tlicwoilil inllilim buxei uootb. Always Ready NO STKOI'PING Always Sharp NU HONING KNOWN TIIK WOULD OVER DAISY FLY KILLER biirarUi mu'i k ' lia III fll.-a. Neal, rlrein !iiittileftlf rfiivct' -. . i.i .p. Lexi tile .bob. mO- moi bill r tl orinlir'nrtltB. U'ea,fjitU nl rttmm it .'!- -r. ort'ntiirrpit.lfor IU' "l-t-ifl. I jii i- ib itiMf, n .- lark. LA KI) - IHIU(lATr.)-I.AM) vrpouml Jtfttaf ruthl; flint WHtcr; TOdW tiri a't i . rrop fiiltnri'i iiiiknuvrir. 60 hu whral Mr Aim; 8- ' t HllnKn : it'iilllfnl Momlo. Ir tlmbtr; nAtl ti-riiis; write now. UlWfOi UJa 0, tut Ittaitti u-i. "SiWr$! ; Thompson's Eye Water PATENTS Wnlann ft, ftl TTMfc itigtori, I . llookafrM. tllyte uit rcfarvtKs. liaat imu.b. W. N. U., ST. LOUIS. NO. 24-1909. ! trACf fwn nwr.Vii A- :-..t:'