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BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACHE.
Usually There Are Other Troublee to Prove It. Pain In the back 1b pain in the kid neys, In most cases, and It point to the need of a spe clal remedy to re move and cure the congestion or In flammation of tho kidneys that is in terfering with their work and causing that pals that makes you nay: Thompson Wat- JMllJ ill kins. professional 'HdKk.f- I,,,, 8t., I'areons, Kan . nays: "For somu time I was unnoyed with sharp twinges across the small of my hack nnd ir regular peUMftfM of the kidney secre tions. Since usiug Dean's Kidney l'llls, I nm free from these troubles." RetQembeT the nam- Loan's. Sold by all dealers. SO eenls a box. I'oater Milburn Co., lluffalo, N. Y. Red Cross Christmas Stamps. Tie' lied Cross Christmas stamp A Revelation to the Ceok. a i i a ipny married woman, w enjoyed II yeurs of wedlock, and W'us Ihe grandmother of lour beautlii little children, bud nn amusing old colored woman for a cook One day when a box of especially ueauillul flowers was left for th tress tha rook happened to be present and aha said: "Yo1 husband send yoi all the pretty Bowera you gita missy?' "Certainly, my husband, mammy,' proudly answered tha lady. "filory!" ixclaimed (BUttonlv am holdin' out well Home .lournnl. An Ever Rtady Opening. The editor suddenly became con scious that some true was standing be hind him looking round, bis glance fell upon a seedy looking Individual with the eyes of a crank. 1 lug your pardon, said eonnv, "but Is there an opening In for a first class Intellectual w rllcr ." "Yes," grimly responded the adll "An Ingenious carpenter, foreaeel vinit visit, nas provided an opening. Turn Ihe knob to the right, and do not slam the door as you go out.' The Sunday Magazine. Even Sandy. Wllford was sitting on his father's 'knee watching his mother arranging her hair. "Papa hasn't any Marcel waves like that." raid her father, laughingly. Wllford looking up tit bis lather's .bald pate, replied: "Nope, no waves; it's all beach." Columbia Jester. RESULTS OF FOOD (Health and Natural Conditions Coma From Right Feeding. Man, physically, should bo like a iperfectly regulated machine, each part working easily in Its appropriate place A slight derangement causes undue friction and wear, and frequently ruins the entire system. A well-known educator of Boston -found n way to keep the brain and the ody In that harmonious co-operation which makes a Joy of living. "Two years ago," she writes, "being In a condition of nervous exhaustion, I resigned my position us teacher, which I had held over 40 years. Since then the entire rest has, of course, been n benefit, but tho use of Ornpo-Nuts has removed one great csubo of Illness In the past, namely, constipation, and Its attendant evils. "1 generally make my entire break fast on n raw egg beaten into four rsjHronfuls of Crape-Nuts, with a little hot milk or hot water added. I like It extremely, my food assimilates, and my howels take euro of themselves. I find my brain power and physical con dition much greater and I know tint the use of the Grupe-Nuta has contrlb .uted largely to this result "It Is with feelings of gratitude that I write this testimonial, and trust It may be the means of aiding others in their seaich for health." Look in pkgs. for the lttle book, "The Road to Wellvllle. rhere's a Reason " Rver rrn.l Ihr nhiitr Irttrrr A new aaa tron. Hate t.. ttsne. Tar r. arnulne, tmr, and (all of tauuixu rasMM wm iuh.i.ii ui.uium iBoercuioaia promises capitoi necause at the beginning of Introduced that some scores of rep let. mis year to be broader In extent than the extraordinary session In March reseniatlves were anxious to father ll! ever Before, w lille Inst year lesr, than Inst the speaker of the House was measures whlrh had boon recommend- I tha "tamps were sold, the pres- elected Moreover, before the extra- ed bv president Taft ns being neces Kat Ml Indli aliens point to a sule of near ordinary session was ended, Speaker sary to carry out propose,! policies irs "y ..u.uon.OOO for Ibis year. Cannon appointed all the committees of progression. The bills ranged from bod The K,., Cioks Htumps are Issued by which are to take legislation under those Intended to correct alleged ex- tie the American National Hed Cross, and consideration for the next two win- Istiug evils In Interstate commerce to boi are sold for one cent each. They are .r8. Tm, appointment of the commit those to give Increases of pensions to aho designed to be placed upon lette rs and tat ended the campaign on the part veterans of the civil war S mall matter riiir.ne the holiday sea- of the members for choice chalnnan Applause Greets Speaker Cannon. Ml son J he money derived from tho sale ,,,! ,, (f ,h rhalrmnnshlps were If Speaker Cannon anticipates any T j . . win , , u"' forthcoming, for seals In the more particular trouble with tho 'Insur ne.culosls work in the ocalllles In Important subsidiary bodies of the gents" of the House at the coming ses W'hlc l he s anilis nn- mi H In this n ""' 18 "Mected that about tie,,. R , 00 Will be realised tor the campaign Th BWBDW1 ,IilVl. m(, ,,. to -- . Vni'ied at ",r.''"1"a'S '" "" PKeta ' '"''' J'aloiisi, s and rivalries and so been I ' ''"-' la that, ao far aa committee work la cos -J perpei Not Her Firat Purchaaa. c""cc,",d ihe il,,,,so no. only U F Hand . This Is a baby story they tell out nt j '' . . " MfiV lleloii A woman called at a dry , ., , ',, ,, , " ""'""" i ,- . r-: b store to look a. ofln7to aowM t'i"-v nr.- .;iHe,i enlublVabou. 'lelw 'plomr-''';,'!- moth' J"1 '"' ' of "Isappoinmenl and ' " V jjl wan, a more expensive dreai iimi'v and "vf-.'tc galleries a '." by J22r "anthute" n liit uvit the 'Nik's Ktlth . . ' UiOaM foflttttftti BOOUffii P'' -''fytkA.jr' Jr "Mow many children haw you- ' "':" "'' d representatives I I itW&Km M. 1 aaked tbe clerk, cautloualy ' HoleDtly wall to aacure admission , i: 4f:?j?! Im, . piled. eaMfuUy scanning .he price Proceedings. . A f. ' ' ' tags Galleries Are Crowded. -' grf;: ' a . And out came a line of bal,v,lr..s..M The galleries of boll, Hons, and . vfciKSjNj'' 'i' with a moie modest list of tirtc Senate were Jammed with people. All " 1 Kansas Cltv lournnl Classen of Washington society were Speaker Joseph G. Cannon. SIXTY-FIRST CONGRBS MEETS Speaker Calls the House to Order and Is Ap plauded by Friends and Enemies Alike. Vice-President Sherman Presides Over the Senate Nu merous Bills Designed to Carry Out President Taft's Policies Are Introducd in Both Houses. By EDWARD Washington, Dee. 6 Tho Sixty first congress of the 1'nlted Slates met nt noon today for tho first day of Its first regular session, with Vice l'rcsidcnt Sherman In the chair of the senate, and Spt-akcr .Joseph (3. Can DOB la the elinlr in the Mouse, While this congressional gathering Is the first regular session, It is the second session in reality, for congress met In extraordinary session last spring at (he call of President Taft to consider Ihe maitcr of I rolnlon of the tariff Some Interest was lacking In the proceedings of the first day In UC iiiibo at the beginning of rdlnary srsslon In March Vice-President Sherman. both House nnd Senate were turned into conservatories for the time of the opening proceedings. At sharp noon Speaker Cannon called till- House to order nnd asked Hie Chaplain, R?v. Henry N. Couden, to offer prayer. In his prayer which was In a sense a Thanksgiving offer ering. Ihe chaplain referred to the prosperity of the country, Ihe oppor (unities of Ihe present nnd the bright hopes and promises of the future. Absentees Are Few. As soon ns the prayer was ended the clerk of the House called the roll of membership by states and it was found that there were on. a few ab sentees. The roll call ended the rend ing clerk of thc Senate who had ap peared In tho House was recognized, :ind he announced that the Upper House had passed a resolution to in form the House of Representatives that a quorum of tbe Senate being as sembled, that body was ready io pro ceed to business. The House also wns told that the Senate had appoint ed a committee to Join a House com mittee to Inform the president of the Ui.-'.rd Slates that a quorum of each house was present and that congress was ready to receive any communica tion that he "may be pleased to nsVe" On receipt of this message represented In the throne of visitors. The diplomatic gallery in the House s",n' '"' of Had and In the Senate as well, was MM "",K ""' C,"llr HH PrMldlB "mc(,r Vhn to lis fullest eaimel.v win, ,.,i,-,m. 1 " greeted with great applause dots mini stora iHuhw ,l il... In ' K'""-im-s i.nu noui uie 11001 dies of the different legations. Mem- of !h." H""B"' ",a,,y thc' ''""" bers of the families of the president """'W"'" Joining in me demon and of the vice-president oi the fulled r"rn,l,in though In either ense pos Stales occupied m ats in t xeeutlve "nnu , lapping was given as galleries; nnd the cabinet tnd ji I- a" 9r1dB0e "f r"K,ir(l f,,r "'" m" ary and army and navy circles were ' ' " wi ll represented. "" '" ' l.y a rule which was adopted not r,m""' long ago. flowers ure barred from the W,tB ""' committees ready to begin ook. "lie Moor of the House excepting when W",K' ""' ""se will Mttle down to t J , . . . . ... .1 Ita .1 l, ..in' a l.,..-li. ...... ... - V.. I. lit.. -UMM way are to DC used as a trlbnle to the ' ' l . u.nn memory of some deceased member. " 111 '"' Passed Immediately because i lie result oi tins rule is that now on ' " " ,""" the op.'nlng days of congress the committee, nnd Hie meetings of the desks of the members are bare of committees will be held dally from floral decorations. In thc oltl days ""w u"t" ""' CIlriftBMa holidays nnd some of the more important House r" ready to report bin-;, and tbe debatei I atlflM J& Opening of the Senate. I f&J 'jjffmi; .iKl President Sherman called Hi. -fMi "v" Senate to order at noon Hev ):,: MM. - .. , ,, I , .1 I I.. t. .rj- tR'jB !"'""""r il V" . '5. k A; SBt-'..i WA'tj lempnrnrily. B. CLARK. from the pointed Senate, Speaker Cannon np coinmlttee to Join n llko committee of th Paaata to wait upon the president. The body directed to n the House was In si appointment of tin nembara of the y Mr. Taft that MM were by tho teskar, the fie B, Payne, nnd i Champ Clark. publican I the Damocra The first d brought out House as us galleries nnd from the floor jf tin- House, many of the Democrats (Hid Insurgents Joining in the demon titration, though In either ense pos llbly the band-clapping was given as nn evidence of regard for tha office if speaker, rather than us evidence of ny overw caning affection for tbe paaker himself. With (he committees ready work. Hie House will s Its winter's business ut once v. Ill be passed linnn diutel all mega Urea must be considered in rid the meetings of the committees will In- held dally from now until the Christmas holidays and some of the more important House bodies will sit during the recess When congress reassembles In Janu ary many of the commltiees will be ready to report bills, and the debates winter will begin. Opening of the Senate. President Sherman called the er at noon. Itev Kd Hale, Ihe chaplain ot iviug db d during the . ills place as chaplain, as taken by a local clergyman who offered prayer, lu Hie Senate the roll was called and It wns found that nearly all the senators were in their seals. The resolutions were ntloptet to the effect that com tuittces he nppolnled to Inform the House and the president that the Sen ate bad assembled and was ready to begin the business of the session. As was the case lu the House many bills were introduced for consideration dur Ing the winter by senators who, like tha representatives, desire to have n band In forwarding administration pol icies. After a comparatively short session "In thc open," the galleries were cleared nnd the Senate went Into ex ecutive session behind closed doors for the purpose of considering nomin ations for ofllre sent to the Upper House by President Taft. Tests of Diamonds. Most persons are obliged. In the purchase of a diamond, to rely im Illicitly upon the word of the man who sells the stone. While mnpy years of observation and experience are needed io become an expert with rospect to the value and purity of diamonds, yet there are certain extremely sim ple tests capable of being made by th most Inexperienced. One Is by means of a needle hole pricked through a piece of ordinary cardboard Looking through the stone tested at the cardboard, one will see two hides If tbe diamond be spurious only one if the gem be genuine. The reason for this is that an Iml'ntlon diamond will give a double refrn.rtlon. Ihe real Btone but one refraction. It Is claimed that there Is no ncld having any perceptible effect upon n genuine diamond. Hydrofluoric acid will. If dropped upon a stone made of glaat corrode it, but upon the bona fide stone it will have no effect at all Harper's Weekly The first day in the House us usual '"' lirntir-l.l Kilt I,,, ml,., .! ..r 1.,.. I., I. .,u... Til measures In bill form, all of which ''" were read by their title only and then referred to the proper committees. It was evident from the tone of the bills MINERS lypOMIEB VICTIM MADE DESPERATE EFFORT TO PROTECT HIM8ELF. Residents of Scottsboro, III., Forced to Flee From Homes Amid Fusillade of Bullets. Marlon, HI. Following a night U 'error, lu which fifty Ualinn me.:-, i, crazed by liquor and incited by Blaok Hand leaders, held the town of Scottaboro at their mercy, firing hundreds of shots, killing one man nnd dilvlng families from their homes, prompt steps were taken In tho morn ing to restore order. Kfforta are be ing made to avert further trouble, but mobs have been formed and It is feared that arrests will cauee a re new nl of the conflict. .Iff K H Bulliojrer. with armed es, and State's Attorney ). T. n a. lieil the scene eaiiv and 1 an iiumi'dla.e Investigation, first effort was directed toward the men who slabbed to death Luther Wllllami of Marion, afterward tiring many bullets Into his body Williams, who was the son of n min is Rcottaboro, left Marlon nt 0 o'clock Sunday night, saying he intended to visit bis father, Monday morning, after the riot- ' had dispersed temporarily, the of Williams was found lying in oad a short distance from Scwtts Ills hands were terribly cut. Ing thai he bad made a desperate I t to ward off the blows of Ills as I ills. mob was c lantled about mid It Is believed that s were there and tddco men io lo- High: at a dance. Mark Hand lendf tie- drink rhe angry men first marched ime of Luke Newton, w ho had ing the police lu hunting the ton of a number of Black lines in .his locality, MORSE TO GO TO PRISON President Gompers of American Fed eration of Labor Gets Writ of Certiorari. V. isblugton, 1). The sup! e in effect against Morse thc c of i.", years' Imprisonment. Washington. I). ('. The drlslon Of Juatice Wright of Ihe district cOUTt D ordering President Compels. Vice- ! President Mitchell and Secretary Mor- I risen of the American Federation for i .ntempl of court on account of the alleged violation of the Injunction in the liuck Stove Co. case will he re viewed by the iupreme COUTt of the I lilted Slates. chief Justice Poller announced Hie court hud granted Hie application for a wilt of eartoraii usklng for a re view of ihe Judgment of the circuit nil of appeals, which affirmed Jus tice Wi'iirlit's decision. CORPSES LINE THE COAST Deaths In British Channel and North S'.n Storm Believed to Be Fully Four Hundred. London. Km the dead in th. Bngllab cbaiuM -All estimates of lorni lha. swept the and the North sea Creaaed when a ree- lasi w. 1 of tele irapbl iniiinica.lou revealed .he t were far great t trut Hie casualties than at ill st feared, veil .here WOTS MO the Hi'tilslt ami coot!' on the high ueas. It Is now bel iwulngs i cental coal Corpses are being washed upon the ton and many of the ships are re porting the picking up of survivors from wrecked vessels Comparatively teW of the crews of Ihe wrecked bunts were saved owing to the heavy seas Hint smashed life boats In which es capes were attempted. Dispatches from Oeninnrk say three of the Ksbjergs flBhlng fleet of 200 vessels escaped. Little hope Is held out for the fishermen No bodies have yet been recovered from thc steamer Kllavannln, which carried a crew of 2.) and 12 paBsen gers. Dumps Gems Into Street. Now York City. A brisk cham bermaid, who shook a pillow case from the chamber window of Mrs. Mono Slegel, a wealthy clonkmnkur, unwillingly scattered $ I GOO worth of diamonds Into the street nnd went singing to work again. Detectives found .he chamois bag, but not the Jewelry. Children Train for Spelling Bee. Columbia, Miss -Mnrlon eoounty teachers are busy training the youngsters in spelling, so that repre sentative may be picked to partici pate in the Interoounty spelling con tost which will take place at the next meeting of the Stnte Teachers' Asso ciation In May. Storm at Terre Haute. Terre Haute, Indiana Damage amounting 10 180,000, according to es timates made, wus done by a tor nado which visited the btislneae sec tion of Terre Haute. A score of per sons were injured and many buildings were unroofed. Two Die In Boiler Blast. Kansa City, .Mo. Two personsh are reported killed nnd four danger ously injured III n boiler explosion in the Lyon wholesale millinery houae, at kfightb street and Broadway. THE DIFFERENCE. As there baa been n change In our fortunes, Maudle, make baste and find I w'anl ami spoke to her in a low (eno, a husband. You, .lock, don't make a ) but with Intense earnestness, fool of yourself by marrying." "My dear young woman. " ha suld. "pardon the freedom of a man who TOOK THE OLD FELLOW BACK , has grandchildren nine,.: as old , you are, but If you will come a little Actor's Joking Remark n Considerable I closer I shall take plea: ure In scratch Shock to the Dignity of the j '"t; that spot lor you. as I see that you Old Gentleman. can't quite" "Mind your own business!" sba Share Is a Thanksgiving story about ' snapped Henry K llixey. the comedian. thai Ills ! How seldom O, bow seldom -Is m friends at tbe Lam be never tire of tell- QOOd deed or a generous Impulse np Ing I predated in this ungrateful world! Mr, Dixey. while visiting Pbllndel plu. i one autumn, attended a very In a London Omnibus, aristocratic Thanksgiving ball lu lilt- Umdon 'bus driver was bulled by taohouae square, a clerical-looking old gentleman, and Whin BUppaf was being served, Mr. "" the first opportunity he remarked Dlxey ranged hluiueir behind Ihe sup to t'1" conductor: "Ho you know who per tnlile wlib the If or 15 waiters "u've Rot inside, 11111.' Its Cardinal busy there, Boon a mild Biannered old j htaanln'!" "Go on, that nin't Car- gentleman with white hair approached ! dlnal Mannln' " said the conductor, "I the actor, glasi: in band "Would you mind lllllng my glass with champagne, please." he said Mi DlXOy Blurted, drew himself up and said, with n look of horror: 'Certainly not. sir; Certainly not Ton have already had more than Is ffood lor vnu " A Double Dcliyhl "Congratulate me," said yi to a fellow clerk. "1111 gr .nn, smith ing to get Hut don't sister u fard, isn't w hlch Is tcarrli 'Tin marry "Oh, tw in. " Had to bear it re's only one it? lit which r "Well dX.e I b onfeaaed smith. t tried very hard up to ALCHHOI.-3 PER CENT Ak-gcifll)k Prcparaiiori for As -Mmilotmtiihel'oodtiiKlRefftila-iit.fi flio Siomachs and Bowels cf I.: 3 Promotes Digcslinn.Chcerful nrs and Hoi Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Mineral Not Nahc otic l4, ,w- i A',' Wi . .,.. S..J . ffaUAw Htntfrftitn 'tier '"' '; Aprrfivi Remedy rorConsHpa lion . Snur Stomach, Di.irrlwM Worms .Convulsions. Feverish ncss ami LOSS OF SLEEP Mr :; Fac Sinnk' Signature of Tier. Centaur Company. NEW YORK. Si? ft: HHnnVKflnA&a&&S 'xfiuarmiu-cd under the Fpodasj LUaWl I Utl METm Cut-ont I lizzies nre a (Trent fad these days. They are Interesting, educational and a wonderful training for the oye. Can yon cut this one out und nut It to k'nthe; as it belong! t if yen put them together just right, they will fit perfecilv 11 looks lather hard at iirst glance, hut you should lie able to do It with u little study. Anyway wo want you to try It and our free reward oltored below will pay yon well for your trouble. A Beautiful Colored Picture for You We want to see how ninny persons can put this picture together, getting each piece In Its right place, riicre arc 4 pieces in all and wo want you to cut them out. trim them neatly nnd iiusle them on a piece of paper. Then write your name and address on it nnd send to us with 4 cents in tampt. To pay you for your trouble we will semi you free the picture shown ill the puule-beautlfiill col ored uml lOxin inches In sie. Wewlllalsot. il vnu how tomakeo lot of money during your spare time working for us. Saud solution and 4 cts postage today to THE PUZZLE MAN, 77 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. HIS OFFER NOT APPRECIATED Elderly Gentleman May Have Meant Well, But the Damaal Waa Suspicious. The plump waiter girl at thc iuneH counter, having nothing to do at tha moment, was trying to reach with her nnccrnulbi a pluce on her back well up between the shoulders, but with her short and chubby arms she wan unequal to the task In rain she squirmed and struggled, and twisted her foce. She failed to achieve tha desired connection. The elderly man on the outside of. Ihe counter, who had I n fighting a piece of overdone steak, leaned for- know "im " They argued further, and finally bet a shilling over It. When collecting fares the conductor deter mined to set matters right by direct Inquiry "Kxcuse me, sir, but are you Cardinal Mannln'?" The veaerabta paaaengai looked bin coldly ami bout lv in the aya, and snawarad: "What the devil has that got to do with you7" The conductor was satisfied, but even at the laorlflce of a bob he bad to get even with the pas Sanger Putting hia haad out of the door be called up to (he driver: "You are right. Dill; It All the San-.c to Her. "I musi warn you. dearest," lie said, "that after we are married you will my likely find me Inclined to be ar bitrary and dictatorial in my manner." "No matter." she replied, cheerfully, "I won'! pay the allghtesl attention to w bat vou saw" CUSTOM For Infantu nnd Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Can You Solve This Puzzle AS