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DDCCinCMT TACT according to the mn practice of civltlred nu . lilltled to be dealt will 'nnble the president end the state de partment through friendly negottatlOB in secure the elimination from the laws mid the practice under them of uny foreign country of that which la un duly discriminatory. No one la seek inn a tariff war or a condition In which iho spirit of retaliation shall be Women's Secrets CENTRAL CANADA MILUIULU I mil There is one man in the United States who bos perhaps lienrd more women's secrets than ony utlicr man or woman in the country. These sccrots ore not secrets of emit or sluimc, but SENDS MESSAGE AMCRICAN SETTLERS WELCOME AND DOING WELL. the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. II. V. I'icrce in the hope and expectation ol advice and help. That lew ol these women have been diMippointcd in their ex pectatiuns is proved by the fact that nincty-ciibt per cent, ol oil women treated by lr. l'icrcc have been absu'utcly and altogether cured. Such a record would he remarkable il the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when that record applies to the treatment of more than ball-a- mil lion women, in a practice of over 40 vcarv. it is nlicnomeual. Needs of the Navy. I the ha I Nlttd the on than s fleet f i om Id, in mure rth: to our ( i and the Department of State. I world. Baal das. caching effect on ma tie relations anMD and entitles Dr. Pierce in the flrutitu.de accorded hint by women, as the first of specialists in the treatment of women's disease. livery sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies are maircd, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without ony printlnd or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as with out Ice, to World's Dispeutary Medical Association, Dr. K. V. l'icrcc, I'rcst. Buffalo, N. Y. IR. I'lKFtCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION MaVosi VV t-,sJs Womou Sti-oitc,, ISiolK. Womon TKT'oUU Policy of the Administration Mac!e Clear to the Country. cy and added to our national prestige. Injunctions Without Notice, ehei da tb the bant Hi" Murde ire urn art- not sn rr'ipi''!it . : apeedlly iiii'1 surely pti an. I the mi called 'unwi virtually unknown in C the law Is a vastly mort Mttty lb ere, Canada mil its Judge to v. k. n lalatire body. When boon enacted it is knr tatute lias in in' tiw inn ol in.' laml until It is repealed ill until It Is ri Imparts to Ci till n civilization a .. cat-It mil I which we bare not yet attained. "We must remember, in the aanii connect inn, that tin. 'ntiiiillnn protec tlvn tariff Is far loss exorbitant that ours, atni much lean boldly arrange tor iim benefit of speutaJ favor! tei Hence there Ih an impression, rer; widely dlffuaed, that tin Canadian arc tint so wickedly robbed by th trusts as we aio In this country. Roa eons like those lufflclently account In the exodus of a body of citizens, whoa era can in affnrii to lone, but they d not much naauaite out rearel thai th.' cannot be retained in the Unltei Btalrs." tpeaklni or thla, Canadian Qoi nrnment representative sas that tin American who most welcome of virgin soil, a li In t i v. it away as ntoae to existing unii'T conatructb kn splendid mar ree bomeateada, lie ruction, Th.- railway iin.;. ilatini in this dntralcpinnnt nadlan Pacific, tin- cnna that ari re tin dian Northern ami the Grand Trunk Pacific Tin. latter Ir built entirely on Canadian soil, ami has opened tip n wonderful stretch of land. Along tbU llni' during, tbn year about olooad thou enmis of American settlers bare made their bone, They bare built the towns, ami Imniedintt ly bngnn us fac tors In th bulldlni up of tlm gnat Canadian Weat. Agents of tin' QovnrniMnl ar lo oated in rartobs citioa throughout th? United stan s who will be pleaaad to pi vi' any informal Ion that may tic tic tred to fuithcr the Interest of lb art tier, A HINT. Tin- iioss That's an nncientdooking coal you're wearing, Mr. Shrimp Mr. Kbrlmp Vi s, sir: It's the one 1 got win n you las! raised my salary! Unburdening. "You must at least fire that candi date credit for speaking Ills mind." "Yes." replied Miss Cayenne. "But It's unfortunate that people moat wilt tat m I peak their minds lire so often those whose mentalities are morn or less unpleasant." One Thing That Will Live Forever, PETTITfi EYE 8ALVE, t'.it l.x nld in MOT. 100 year sgo, sale- ineraaes vcsrlv. All druggistsor Howard Bros , llullul.i, X. Y. flattery is turned to good account when used as a guldepost to till one ought to be. Sample. ItAVK Voir A COI'till, OR COI.DT If UScnt on. .' Alien's In.,- Ii:iiam Riid watefc weuit.,. Hliupl... ante, .'ffoctiv... AUasalara, IVuu asr prices IEK,ttlcsiHlll.lj hollies. In a man's life the greatest neces Ity Is more money. bwaV Single Hinder, the famous f i . Sc cigar -annual sale 0,000,0011. A giggling girl Js upt to become a ui t woman. :AV0RS SHIP SUBSIDY BILL ;ief Executive Gives Reasons for De siring the Passage of Such a Mens ure Postal Savings Banks Plea for Conservation of National Re of R Latin America. stria governi Id to haw r llcetrt Dpi rat.' f-.r Mi.' prptua- of nur Brown .I fa. In t. an th n Ijit- tuilM- IP1 tin MB up thi eoleaaal inter. nerc of tb future. Mv meeting with Pri-s! in- greatlns sxehnngad nn Hh.t Mxlcan suit Mr rapublic ly to the ' vast n apt work I am In the inner r. lull, , us tlo.l Witt, I tint th lnn hns that nil hut so Ioiik v ,.x. tin- east f.'v mot nHantend ri.Rim 'ernmem if Wn s!i itiinl.' for nil.l i us.- bf Tin I" Of I lie rem Inlnc 1 1 . trl Imiml since the Washington a MOT were eomntunleatod tn mnt nf the t'nttc.t Hlatcs Ini unit adVfeory party, till lui" I). en almost runt Inunual by one or another, and In I the five Otratral Anterlean exert Itself for the malnte convention. N'eiulv every i li.cn llMlnt the May ft Nicaragua, which baa kept i lea In constant tension and responses maile tn l tie repr. I'cntritl Vinerli'an reputilli's. the t'nii.. .1 tat mi arrotir in itovern- a consult government i n licit upon rn by ull nf nubile, m nee of th mplalnt lias srnmanl nf Mr il Amer irmoll. The i-ntntlnns of W 'lur from tmn to the Waahragten oonrantion. have been at all limes conservative and have a...leil. so far as possible, an semblance of Interference, nlilintigh It Is vcrv appar enl that the ennshleratinns of googMtph Ic proximity to tb canal zone and of Iho very substantial American Int. rests In Central America give to tlic frilled States a special position In the nine of these republic ami the Caribbean sea I need not rehearse here tile patient efforts of this gOTrnnttt! to prnmnta peace am! welfare among these repub lics, efforts which ore fully appreciated by the majority of them, who aro loyal to their true Interests. It would be no less unnecessary to rehearse here the sad tale of unspeakable barbarities and oppression alleged to have been commit ted by the May government. Iteeently fivo Americans were put to death by or .ler of President Zelaya himself They sere officers In the orKtinlzed forces of i revolution which was In control of . 1N! half of tie: republ c, and us such. penditures and Revenue. Is 1 1 ie pre hod ' sho for I 30. 15 ilpta s ndi lie Pi civil servant! nan be round than that Frauds in the Collection of Custom. I regret to refer to the fact or the ,li- v nf extensive frauds In the aml the Th I nf The the alt i ud - full the amount due. Which n recovered by elvll henetl. Inry nf the frai s an express reservn t lot ct nf settlement by whll nt should nnt Interfere it tb crtmtmil proaaout a numb. I The he depar it II tin rln the officers and employes of the panics who may have been prl the fraud, ft would seem tn me nn Investigation of the frauds by irress nt present, pending the pr by th treasury department an. department of Jusiie.- aa proi mlqrht by giving mmunlty ami i r.rrassmcnt In guilty parti, The Tariff Act. Ttvo all fo if the Mid nt if the in. I pr features of the new tar) r special reference. By . Otana known ns the "max linmum clause, tt Is executive to consider t! ity es of other countries reference tn the Importation into countries nf the products and ehandta of the United Btat, a the executive ntuls suiii laws and tlces not to be undulv dlscrlmin id If against the I'tilt.-.l States, the mum duties provided in the bill a a-n Into force. fnless the pr.s makes such a Hnding, then the i mum duties provided In the hill. Is, an Increase nr 2." per cent, ad rem over the minimum duties it lie In force. Pear haa been expr that thla pnwer conferred and Imposed on tile executive Is Ilk, lead to a tariff war 1 beg to ex the hope and belief that no such r need be anticipated suit The discretion granted tn the execu tive by the terms "unduly discrim inatory" Is wide In order that the maximum duty shall be charred against the Imports from a country. It Is n.-cea-sary that he shall find on the part of that country not only dlscrlmin. m. ns In its laws or the practice under them against the trade of the United States, but that the discriminations found shall he undue; that Is. without good and fair reason. I conceive that th'a pnwer wns reoosed tn the president H-ltS K kjuu V.. 1..- """ i.wi'" inc maximum uu- l ties might never he applied In any case. I but tbat the dost to apply them wo. it a I tne authority and Int ts, stale and federal, st that their powers t. ucess ami protect life city shall be preserved . implulnt against Ill-consider ti.ins without notice will be r -I Hie enactment of a statute forbid lieraafter the issuing ..f any Injuni or restraining order. Whether tempo or peril without upportun parlies t bt fed" to the e.iiuplalnunt and unless a irt shall from the evidence ma tn finding, Whleh shall be pn he court minutes, that Immedtl aparabl injury is nkeiy to am complainant, ami shall dona i state why It Is Irreparable a d the hoar of the hwuanoa of l Moreover, every such Injunctl raining order issued without p lOtlce and opportunity by the . I to be heard should by force illiln the Injun. -lion or order la ex uded or renewed after previous untie id opportunity to be heard. Second-Class Mall Matter. liie dctli It In tla post- 'li lepartme le of p,, whtrh Includes not only iiiagatlnes ami mlscllam BTI id- mall matter pound amounts to about r The average cost of the if this malt.-r Is more than ii ml s Is 'Z3 tulles, ul.lle the if magazines Is I.OO, and us periodicals l.tfj miles age haul of the magazine ne half times and that of "is periodical nearly four nf the daily newspaper, yet illtuted i;-:ii per ent. of th" wlht nf ill the mall, and yielded nnly 5.15 per cent, if the revenue The figure, given are startling, and show the payment by the government of in enormous subsidy to the newspapers, magazines and periodicals, and congress may well consider whether radical steps ihouM not be taken tn reduce the deficit n the postnfflci department caused by his discrepancy between the actual cost if transportation and the 1 1 mpciisatlun is acted therefor. A great saving might be made, amnunt ng to much more than half nf the loss 9f Imposing Upon magazines and perl idli nls a higher rntc of postage. They in much heavier itum awpaajf ami -ontatn a much higher proportion of ad .ertlalng to reading matter, and the aver ige distance of their transportation Is three and a half times as great Postal Savings Banks. The second subject worthy of mention In the poetofflce department Is th.- real necessity nnd snttr praetlcabllltv nf es tablishing postal savings hanks. The suo cetHful party at the last election declared In favor nf postal savings banks, and al though the proposition And opponents In many parts of the country. I am con vinced that the people desire such banks, and am sure that when the banks are fur nished they will he productive of the ut most Bond Favors Ship Subsidy. Following the course of mv distin guished predecessor. I earnestly recom mend to congress the consideration and passage nf a ship subsidy bill. lOOKtafi tn the estahllstimt nt of lltiea between our Atlantic seaboard and the eastern coast of lottth America, as well as lines from the west coast of the United Htales tn South America. China. Japan and the Philippines. The prntlts an foreign malls are pcrhnps a sufficient meaaurc of the expenditure or bleb might flrst be tenta tively applied to this method of Inducing American capital tn und. r'ake the estab lishment of American lines of steamships In those directions In which we now feel It most Important that we should have means nf transportation controlled In the interest of the expansion of our trade. A hill of this character has once passed the house and more than once passed the senate, and 1 hope that at this session n hill framed on the same lines and wltti die same pun. oscs may beceme a law. Conserving National Resource. In several departments there la present ed the necessity for legislation looking to the further ennservattnn of our natlonnl rcsnur'-es. and the subject ts one of such Importance as In require a more deluded and extended discussion than can be en tered upon In this communication. Tor that reason I shall lake an enrlv onnor- tunlty to send a special message to con gress on the subject of the Improvement of our waterways, upon the reclamation and Irritation of arid, scml-arld, and swnmp hinds: upon the preservation of our forests and the reforesting of suit able arena; upon the reclassification of the pal, p.- domain with a view of sep arating from agricultural settlement min eral, coal, and phosphate lands and sites be lonfl nf to the government bordering on streams suitable for the utilization of water power. Political Contribution. I urgently recommend to congress ttiat a law be passed requiring that candi dates in elections of members of the house of representatives and committees In charge of their candidacy nnd cam paign flle In a proper office of the United States government n statement of the contributions received and of the expen ditures Incurred In the campaign for euch elections and that similar legislation be enacted In respect to all other elections which are constitutionally within the con trol of congress. RESINOL IIUIINS HERPES CHAFING AlllUoinrts Eitupficns RING WGriM si.o cy mi us cr sent direct in receipt KI.MNOI. O0U0CAL COMPANY, ItALTIMURK. Ml). I am glad lo sy that Rcsinol Ointment has completely pared me ol Itching piles. J. 11. Kidall, Dentist, Ml. Washington, Ohio. For DISTEMPER Rtrrn run anil p. Mi I Mpsjrt UejllM, trl . Uri.-et iiliw in ta fin.' K nlmiT rritmiy . iw to joii rdnijfv int. ri mi Btfi'iit) SPDHN MEDICAL CO The More Glorious Alternative. Maud Mullvr knn what Bho wanted "I'd rather he written up in n poem Hint the funny men will be pajrody. Iiik n hundred yaafa from now than tnarry the juds to-morrow!" ah ex claimed, and suiting the notion to tin word, she raked the meadow sweet with hay In mich n manner that the JiidKe riding slowly down the Ian smoothed his horse' choatnut mane, and let It ko tit that. Naturally the Klrl s fnlkH were con aiderably dtaguatad ni bavin her let t on their liunils thai way, purchased a worthy cheaply T PuCk, hut who ever Immortality How's This? Wf offpp On llimtlrril I)ilirs Ftrwuti for mi) nr ol (Rtirrti n.M (MBDol bf aniMI by ijhvui CkUrrfi (Mre. F. J. OHCMKV ".. TnlfMo. O. V, th" unflrrRtitriftl. Hfl hfMVa 9. J ('hftwry ftir ifif itut il yfrim. Ami brltfvr hltn in-rlrrtly hfin ID all ' trftii-ni tlMM fiiu) (timmuiil Rblr tn t.rr- 0H1 My 'ifilrpnlnnm niftdi- hy tlat Htui. Wali'INii. 1I.mas a Ia II tin, WlitiliAi'if )ruiTlTl-lJ-. TolfJln . Ilnir CMaWffe 1 'if' u takrn ii.t-rniHv .trtitm dlrrcllv upon tltf lilorxl nntl umroiw mirr.v nf ihm t-iii 'Itl'iioiiifiiii wdi frtf PliM ?s pctilii pel buttlr. :-...''. bf Rll Ifruvitlnt Hkke Bull Kmrnll)' it - f:r rotiRlltKatloo. A Decoy. minister who hail 'I'lll 'Xchuiup'd with Key. Mr. Talcum was scandalised to see Deacon Snowball In the vestry, after service, deliberately taking a no rent piece out of tin. coiilt ibutiou-lios and SUbCtttUtini a dime "Brer twwbnn," bo exclaim ad, in horror and amazement, "that's plain dlslioiicKt doltisn!" Was a Father, Too. "Say, Mr. Editor, I'm the father of tw Ins." "All rlKht; we'll put It In the paper under the bead of 'Doable Trncndy.'" Break one thread In the border of virtue and you don't know how much you may unravel Cuiiiiinghum Oct kle. Envy. "I envy the cood nut u red man." said the philosopher. "So do I." answered Mr. Slrlus Ilar ker. "Ills food nuture Indicate that i he dealrabl thtm- of life are comini Ills wny." I cannot prulae a fufiltlve and clols tered virtue, unexercised and nn braathad, that never anllles cut and seek her udversary Milton. fir rieree's Pleasant Pellets resulste snrl InrlB i rue M, mincS. liver suit hostels. Nugar-CIKilcJ, linr srsuultis BSSy Ui use BS t-unay. It Is uauully costly to follow ofassp nlv.ee. MEPO CURES CATARRH It a ft Hf, KrttlMbe.l nlsla. 'I'wi we fk i re.itmcnt Mint nn 1.. tlrs-.ll,., . 1, HMflUl., I Hit Uri Baby Smiles When He Takes PI S O'S P- CURE tVlt WSt UtOKlW TOR vuWS115 aa :"ii that he lika it wtr coctaioa no opi- B aie. i riar ja aetruig lik tt tor Brooch) tM, rwnma aoi) all tirwhlrc Ihn th;oat nuxl lunaj,, A StaMhrU Rmrdr for haif a crr.lury. AH Dfuassl.1. M -.-a- I Pr POISON IVY ERYSIPELAS NETTLE RASH irautneul trs Llies. rf U tr ee. 50 cents p-r jar Pinlt Kye. I.plznotlO sShlppfn F'cvvr S l.ntnrrhal Fever prosMitlT, nn otfttter hnw -n llie toniiun, au(n on u.. 11 nr r" lnfi"t)d or ii iiUliild, -nt ln tl tnsi' atirl ( iMilrrm la ifi-k ictnolT. ( urva Ia liumn.li Ih- fW -jiul t tvittlf fc'.nn 1 II 1 n Imrn nbn will g nt It fur ;uu. t l).,klrt. " l'Utmr, 0 Kasiltcu. Ctiemlete onrl GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A. ii Bactorioioatata SICK HEADACHE Puslfl vply cured by tfcaUMI I. Kile Pills. They also relieve Dls- tsoaafrota DjrspapaiaiSas aifsMstloaaadTeoHsartp CARTERS . -Wit wITTLE lVER n pills. aaasansanaaof TORPID l i lit. Ola. They regulate th Jloseis. Purely l SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.. CARTERS IITTLE IVER PILLS. BROWN'S Bronchial Troches An SBSsWaaly luumlesi eroirdr fa. Sof Throat, II , 4nci-.cn and Osihs. Olv Imn-.ttilAtc tilitt in neaacaial j Lune a::. -. .. i ll' . , i ' r, : ' . r-rtct, j ctnti, bO i eOBM and $1.00 pet has. ..ji - i IIIIIN t. FKOtt'N .tr SON R.-i, M. WESTERN CANADA Whst S.l. lift!, th G, .-; 7aWuu MB n -, Say About IU What-ProducInK Fowari I ' ' nvr nf thin mnntrr ItiiiP'i ni.ilt ' I ft nil' 1 1. r i'.-fii r.t. n pr iwo m ni i ' Uir mm iin of li-iuiM (r im pntiin ant jTotlurlnB nuflitli-nt furtfioui. 'Mm lirtm o( Mai ! i ' In ' nn Wli. ut ciiiirtihK r-iantry ro Ht"'. Van- B'll If tO Isfl tllU ff. i,l v .ii'. i - u mrj. TiilnKn'nrrl)mnlmB nntf in Inkifis; ti t.uiilnLi of tin. iiunUi a by ri t.'tmlvfs rullw ity lotllil I . Its tli.'Mht'ilt flrlda or t ' -ii in t .in ni , Upwards of 125 Million Bushels of Wheat am lmrntiMl In HHMI. AvftntM pf tba ffiraa cr-4 ni m of AlbartSi, Hiwhiti.-lit.tr m nti l Mnnltobawiil tj ywuiMoi a dvioiiim m-rv. ami iidjoiiitiur prt-mptloii . r '""imth iii v.i mt lit re .-, nn- tn f" luiit tn tlio t i i s ji i -.! ill.irlctn. KrliooU convenient, climate rt t-neiii.. miif uu- wry icjt. riillwnyi t xtaaa at IhuhI, tjuiiti. liU Iiunltcr chctip, fut l ctwy to i:- t nnd i' ..o., ,i.i" n pW wutcr corIIt i . i.iu.-tt fiirmlnr n v .- : M to Jicnt I'lfiu-o for wit Imimtt, nollieri' Itiw rmii'itv rnls H. dwrli.tWat t :u... tr)ci Um iWtHpi''is-nt f. en apflmuoa . Bntloibrr Inform, tion, to r'up't of JtnoilKrttno. tKtnwn. Ota., or to tbt C'auikliruj UovvruniHUt AkoqI. J.SCrd:'d.125W.SthSUinmC ty MD.; CJ.BriJuMo(i,UO(JiiificSid .Chicjfo.lli, (ns (Vldnnni nnarrat yoa). tt The difference remember this it ma? save your life. Cathartics, bird shot and cannon ball pills tea spoon doses of cathartic medicine all depend on irritation of the bowers until lliey sweatcnough to move. Cat careh strengthen the bowel muscle so they creep anil crowl naturally. This rnenns n etmsi nmt nsln 1 1-,-. Casrarrts can you get it quickly and U.t.UlllllV, 8ST ( nscsrets 10c hos week's treat ment. All dniEsists. Klireesl seller In the worlu million boxes .. month. Makes Shaving Easy NO STROPPING NO HONINC KNtlWN THE WORLD OVER PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM nr.i at,.! twsniilirm Uia bait. I"mnsite ft lii ,...:.; (rruwth. ' v iValla to ' r. Orx Itsilr to ita Vouilifiii Color. Cu.- trftjp dnesri A hnlr InUing. pfs 1 ""-"l" eurcil to Mrtv aawd. Kminrnt Jutlsfs. inlnKh-r. 'i.iifiii'a.hmrio ntiil m Mi 'tlH ii iirt-kn Urfiur- mr ciiret (it-rwinrnMil. I rur .alter other fail WKITK T1 0Y KlUl r'HICK BM)K I.KT, it.Towni, l - ;,. du Lmc, Wlnv BlTKrilTC "''"''i. 'v r A I tn! I JiaSa&slitiw It afmcAert with t ore ea. um Thompson's Eyt WaUr W. U. U., 8T. LOUI8, NO. 50-1808.