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John Bent. Ed tor
A German says electricity v. Ill cure
Insomnia. Put with fatal results.
Turkey does not seem to have dons
inch for Europe i-xrer exist there.
Tt I not difficult tn make the Jnnl
tor believe tn that rumor of a coal
On the other hand. It frequently
happens tht motorcycle rid" rs are
IkH hart.
"Everybody's going to pet A red
oee," declare a St. Units physician
Happy days!
Radium li advanced rn
(nut (lout nlways was
plutocrat's disease.
cure for
A Pittsburg Tamp wan nrrested
with Mini) pennies In his "ckiit. He
was coppered, right.
A woman has been appointed con
troller of Atlnntlc City Control fash
Ions, bathing suits, or what?
Electric lights have now been used
bout thirty years, but pome people
are still Mowing out the gas.
A German scientist fays that tele
phones make the modern man rrary.
He must be on a four-party line.
A Newport woman was fined for
tea I In a dress which she hid In
her hat Pet It was a bnthlng suit
An Ontario doctor advocates hot
baths as a euro for delirium tremens
Ick of whisky would serve the sama
The lord mayor of Tondon may bo
ome person; but there Isn't one tn
a thousand on this side can tell his
Brussels has had a marriage on
bicycles. In the counp of a century
or two they may advance to aero
planes. A prize hen In Missouri has laid J60
eggs in eleven months. What was
the hen doir.g on the other seventy
odd days?
"Tnve cannot thrive cn less than
HO a week." says a New York clergy
Tnan, thus plvlng us a line on the
cost of living.
A German professor says that
cooking is a lest art, but look it the
lorely fruit salads our girls aro mak
ing nowadays.
Queen Mary refuses to employ a
typewriter for ber private correspond
ence. Perhaps she wants her epistles
correctly spelled.
When Informed that $350,000 had
been stolen from him a Moscow mer
chant dropped dead. Poverty suffers
from no such shocks.
A torpedo boat destroyer hit a barge
tn the Delaware river and was badly
dajnaged. One can't be too careful
of these frail war craft.
"Paris Is adopting American
dances," says a dispatch. We're sure
ly going some when we can teach
Paris anything in that lice.
A Cornell professor announces that
a new Ice age Is about to strike the
earth. Thank goodness, one commod
ity will go down in price then.
Government scientists who aro to j
raise vegetables by electricity may I
have noted the success with which j
many people raise Lain under tne
glow of the arc lights.
A German scientist has Invented a
machine that you feed vegetables Into
and get real milk from. It's a safe
bet there Is a pump around It some
where. So far as the reports go. none of
the prehistoric cave paintings In
Europe thus far discovered Is an
Interpretation of moonlight or a still
life portrait of a pan of fried eggs.
German duelists are In a dilemma.
It Is a disgrace to refuse a challenge,
and they'll be sent to prison If they
fight. The only solution appears for
them to be killed.
In the old days the happy Eskimo
was able to go out and for three fish
hooks buy the prettiest girl in tho
Igloo for his wife. That was before
he was discovered. Now, the girls
pay for the husbands.
After July 1 of next year Ixiutslana
shoe dealers will have to sell pure
goods or be liable to punishment.
I'olar explorers will now know where
to procure the footgear containing
the greatest nourishment.
Prof. Flynn advocates hair pulling
as a fine cure for baldness, but there's
many a man minus bis hirsute adorn
ment wto won't agree with hlrn.
In the Isle of Man, the wedding
ring was formerly employed ag BU jn.
trument of torture. It Is In this
country today, in many Instances.
Dictators of fashion state thut the
waist line may be placed this season
wherever the wearer chooses. How
ever, It probably will continue in the
ame old place.
Investigation by Committer to Start
at as Early a Dftte as Possible
Foraker and Grcsvenor Ask
to De Witnesses.
W'tyliitiutnti. The days itnim u.u
ly pit (m i!, ni: the o-ivenlng of eon
i:ri's will l. marked by exceptional
activity on He part of investigating
committees. The senate and the
house each have two sin h orguniza
I i ' s x which promise to pel down to
work in ndvanoe of ihe coinening of
thi- next hi H -i'tl.
The two senate committers are the
f'lapp e-H'ipalgn font i-it.ul Ion ;.tid tile :
committee of which Senator r-nrith l
Michigan la oil iirma-i, Hppomt d 'o
itMiuIre into involutions In Mexico and
f-oraker to Be Wi.nrij. !
The hotis- foti'rriittei k are tho.m '
making lnr;t)!.-i- int.) the operations s
of the Bo cail-d motry trum. head' d
by liepresenl..tive I "i of Louisiana, :
and Into tli- operat! m of the mer- '
chant marine if tin- coin.: y. of which '
Representative Aloxaad r of Missouri I
is chairman '
Hx Senator Koraker and fur. in r Rep
resentative Oroitveiior, both of OIii-,
have asked to be heard by iho Clapp
conimitti e rditlve to tin- all) red con
nection of the S'.aiiil.ird Oil company
with the Ohio campaign in llniK. and
they probably will appear about No- j
vcmber i
It is utidi rMood till.; committee ;.lso
will prof ceil with other wi'nei'ses j;i
an effort to show the use made of
large sums '' n-oney alleged to havn
been contt'il li ed with t:e (-:id in view
cf shaping i - i : I t ' oi to cot reft
abuses. !
Monry Quij This Month. I
henptor S;rin, who ha not
turned to Washington, pmhr.hly
go ahead wlili his !utiiiiia oa
Mexican bonier.
It is undi'ihtood to be Pujo's pur
ple to pres? the financial Invcstiga-
tion as rapidly as possible, wlih I lis
hope of concluding it during the next
session, and to that end it in expected
that hearings will be resumi d In
Washington about November I'd.
The house committee on merchant
marine has collected a largo volume
of testimony this summer iind will
take up its task of assimiluting It a
week or two in advance of the ait
ting of congress.
Burns Pr-stoKe Love Notes.
jsAansvuie, Intl. In order to pro '
tect Rev. William T. Dunn, a married
man with nine children, with whorq
she eloped here from Granite City, !
III., t.stelie Massar broke into hci
mother's trunk in her room in their
bo:irding houte here and destroyed
the love letters that Dunn had writ
ten to her.
Attor Baby Has Guardian.
New York. John Jacob. Astor, In
fant son of Mrs. Madeline Force As
tor, will have an income of $3,333 a
year for bis support the next three
years. Surrogate Fowler granted a
petition filed by Mrs. Astor and ap
pointed htr as the child's guardian.
Alibi for Caruso In Ettor Case.
Salem. Mass. Kffuru to prove an
alibi for Joseph Caru.-o were made at
the trial cf Joseph Ft'or, Arutro Gio
vannltti and Caruso, charged with
complicity in the murder of Aania
I ipi"! durin
the r.awrence strike.
Confesses Murder, Implicates Woman.!
Mtoden, La. Thomas F. Green, in-;
dieted for burglary, confesses ha i
killed O. Z. Gresham. The protecut,
ing witness says a woman and four
men were implicated in the
Gresham was beaten to deaMi.
Hydro-Aeroplane Winner. i
Forest City, Mo. Tony Jannus, in'
lis Benoist hydro-aer',plane, lias com
pletely outdistanced Charl. a Young
lu l-.i auto Sa the race from Omaha
to New Orleans, and Young has with-'
dra-.vn from the ra'-e. j
Noted Revolutionist Slain. !
T( guelpalpa, Honduras. Gen. Jnse !
Maria Valladan-s, noted revolutionist, 1
was kiiled by government t:o"ia in a
skirmish near Ojojona. j
Cutter to Aid Americans.
Washington. The I'nii.d Stales
revenue cutt-r Uualpa was ord led to
remain at Su-z until ;h'? ptnl to
A.'acr.canB in Coiist'iiitlnople is at aa
end. This is said to have teen per
sonally d;re;-tod by i'n sideLt Taft.
8.500 Dead in Battle.
Belgrad". -King I'etei's Servian
army has captured the Macedonian
city of 1'riVp after a bloody battle,
in which y.o'O Servians and Turks
ere lulled. The Servians lost 1,500
men, and the Tuilis C.noo.
Funu for Central College.
Fayette, Mo. The board of cura
tors of Central college has inr.de defl
nlte plans for the raising of 2?S,000
to supplement the $75,000 gift of tba
General Education board toward a
permanent endowment fund
I Vt Ajflfi J
AT the left Is Mrs. John Ward, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Whitelaw
Held, who recently entertained King George at Chilton, famed for Ha
fine pheasant shooting. At the right Is Daisy Benson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Pension of Puckhurst. Sussex, who was married on Oct. 80 to
Capt. Hercward Wake, eldest Bon of Sir Hereward Wake.
Message to Their Home in Kansas
City Indicates They Have
Been Held Prisoners.
Kansas City, Mo. George M.
Myers, president of the Kuneas
City Aero Club, received a cablegram
from John Watts, pilot of the balloon
. IniKHliiorf, one of the entrants In the
international balloon race, which
started from Stuttgart, Get many, stat
ing ho had landed at 1'bUov, Kuasla,
a hurt distance from St. Petersburg,
1 and that both Watts and bit aid, Ath-c-rholt,
were well.
The i-ablegrani rcceivei'i by Myers
read: "Both well and free. Watts."
Although a cipher code bad been
agreed upon, the niesiuigc was not in
i Myers believes that Wads and his
I aid, Arthur Athorholt, have been held
prisoners by Russian authorities.
"With the maps which Wutts hnd,"
6aid Myers, "ho must have known
that be had crossed the llaltic Sea. 1
; believe that be landed not later than
; Tuesday evening. He niiiMt have
known that he was in a wild country
and would scarcely stay up another
j "He probably came to earth many
ruileg from the place where he sent
: this message. I know of no reason
why he would not have used the
cipher agreed upon unless the author
ities refused to allow him to send f.
clphergram. The use of the word
'free' In the cablegram looks like a
hint that they had been prisoners."
li VC a D fil n nivnPP CC UCTtC
,tn" vtuuifvii vi-i. iiuw
Judge Tells Fort Worth (Tex.)
Wife She Needs Spanking,
Not New Husband.
Forth, Worth, Texas. Just 39
minutes after pretty 11-year-old Mrs.
Annie Scroggins was granted a di
vorce from Will Scroggins she en
tered the county clerk's office with C.
E. Lucy, obtained a license and mar
lied him one hour later.
The girl is also suing for possession
of her 6-months-old babe. Judge
Swayne, who granted tho divorce,
when he heard another license was
procured, went to the gill and threat
ened to spank her.
Annie, to win her divorce, toid the
court she hsd found marriage a fail
ure and that she had left her first
husband nineteen days after they had
been married.
Father, Brother and Sweetheart of
Gary (Ind.) Maid Follow Hero
ism of Billy Rugh.
Gary, Ind. Three more uieu,
her father, ber brother and her
sweetheart gave up E0 square Inches
of skin for the burned body of Miss
Ethel Smith, for whom "biily" Kughe,
the i rippled newsboy, gave his life
by allowing a useles limb to be am
putated for its kin. The operation
waa perform d at a local hopital. j
Charles Smith, the father; Ray
Smith, 11 years old, h -r brother, and
Hoy Roberts, 1 years old, her sweet- j
I ert, gave the skin. When Jtugli ;
pave his limb, not enough kia was
obtained. It i.J tail! Miss Smith, will I
be well In a month
Too Old to Live, Kills Self.
Evaskville, l:id. John l.:mlim, an
epeij resident of llarrUhuig, Hi.,
while visit ini-, ul Kaweswile, Ky.,
i o:i,jnitti 1 suicide by l iking carbolic
acid. He f.y.il he was too old to live,
li wis puat To years of ug
All Saved on Wrecked Ship.
Quebec- Keriy boiu S'lceeiU'd in
riaclnng the hi;;::'!' J lim r Royal
Geor;:- l'i the .St. Lawrence liver and
taking off the Goo HeeraL'e passen
gers, who vii! be s'-nl to "I.'ie I e;.l by
speuiil train.
Bandit Killed in Holdup.
Redding, 'a!. The northbound
Shasta limited, the H"',nheni i'acltic'H
coast train de luxe, was lie id up and
robbed and one bandit killed a' Jic.u.
thirty miles north of here. None of
the p'itseuiiers were iujuiej.
Will Get Share cf $75,000 Which Be
longed to Mother, Who Dis
appeared 20 Years Ago.
Jacksonville. Illinois. Mrs. Pan
ty I'Alvu II Jstinps-I.t Kb, w ho con
fessed Saturday to the police in Los
Angeles that several years ago she
had poisoned Mrs. K. M. Quanutanco
of Green Ridpe, Mo, mid Mrs. Eliza
A. Coe of Sedalla, Mo., Is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram N. Has
tings, former residents of Jackson
ville. The mother was Cor.i Luttrell, n
daughter of J. M. Lultrt II of Morgan
county, who died last May, leaving an
estate of $"".000. Tansy Hastings
was brought to Jacksonville by her
parents from Lynnville, 111., when 2
years od.
Ono evening Mrs. Hastings went to
a party and left the child with Mry.
Hamilton of Jacksonville, a sister of
Mr. L'ltt-oll, to keep until gho re
turned, l'.er husband thought she had
gone to a nelphlor's to stay rll night.
The next morning he went to Mrs.
Hamilton's ho.ne and learned that the
mother had never called for the child.
A search was Instituted for the lost
mother. The case was put in the
j hands of police officials and the couu
: try was searched In thlB and adjoining
; stairs. The report came that she was
in Denver about two years later, but
a diligent search there brought noth
ing. Her sudden disappearance twenty
yetrs ago never has been solved.
Since the death of Mr. Luttrell, a
search bad been made for her, but her
whereaboujs were not discovered un
til her confes'.ilon in Los Angeles.
The p;rt of the estate that should
have gone to her mother will Ml to
the daughter.
Puts Personal Effects in New York at
$3,500,000 and His Debts
at f 8,400,0C0.
New York, N. Y. Andrew Carne
tie will pay no personal property tax
to the city of New York this year.
The Iron master's personal property
was assessed at $10,000,000, but he r.p
ptared before the president of the tax
department and made affidavit that
tins was eironoous.
Carnegie swore that tho value of
his effects in the city did not exceed
J:;. 500.000. while his debts aggregated
SS.400.000. Accordingly the assess
ment against him was cancelled.
Cacrif'.ce Cuticle to Be Grafted
Patient Who Was Burned Sev
eral Months Ago.
Chicago, Illinois. Fifteen persons
lared their arms to the surgeon's
1 nife at a South. Side hospital and
each sacrificed three square inches
of skin to be grafted on the body of
Mrs. Slgard Ilent-on.
Mrs. Uenson was painfully burned
lu an explosion several rnontliH af;o
and since then many persons had of
i red cuti'.le for her benefit. The 15
who made the sacrifice. ,or chosen
;..ter examination by physlrans.
Mex'can Kidnaper Convicted.
Ml I'aso, Tes. Charged with Uld
nap.iih two Americar.i on American
s.'il aad delivering tb. iu to a fon ii.'n
army, is I lie ch'irge of which Ramon
.iiimz stands convicted. The jury
re o,nn,i . iideU a itntence of four
Farmer Shoots Wife ,md Himself.
incitur, I.I. 'buries Verner, a
f.-.rn.i r, ii'.in lie; r l.intner. III., r hot
aad killed liii wite ani ilu n probably
fully wounded hia;teif. Domestic
ii:li .( ulties v.as ghi-u as the cause of
the shooting.
United Mine Vsrkers Sued.
iiarlekton, W. 'a.--Ofticlal.i of the
I'niteii Mine Worker of America lire
made ii (eniiants by seven Cabin
Creek companies in suits totaling
$7j'J.I'0O for damages resulting from
the recent mlncis' strike.
President and Cabinet Confer on Like
lihood of European Scramble for
Territory of Sultan.
Washington, D. C President Taft
ordered the battle shipH Tennessee
nnd Montana to sail at once to the
Mediterranean for the protection of
American missionaries nnd educators
at Beirut and Smyrna. Tho American
ambassador at Constantinople has
been ordered to confer with his Euro
pean colleagues to take any measures
that may be necessary If by chance
conditons of turbulence affecting the
safety of foreigners in Turkey should
Both the armored cruisers are at
the Philadelphia navy yard.
Decision to send American war ves
sels to the scene of the Palkan trou
bles was made at a conference be
tween the president and 1i!b cabinet.
The dispatch marks a complete
change of the attitude of the United
States toward tho Turkish situation.
Heretofore the state department has
relied entirely on the six great Euro
pean powers, parties to the agreement
for the maintenance of status quo In
the Balkans, for the protection of
Recent reports received here, how
ever. Indicated that the Infuriated
Moslems, stirred by tmecessive de
feats at the hands of their enemies,
may seek rerenge by slaying all for
eigners. The situation has become so acute
that the president does not care to
risk reliance on the European powers
to protect Americans. Moreover, the
general view among diplomats was
that there might be a general scram
ble for Turkish territory as an after
math of the war. In which powers
might overlook the necessity for pro
tecting citizens of other nations than
their own
Farmers' Congress to Petition President-elect
Wilson to Name Him
Secretary of Agriculture.
New Orleans. La. With more
than 2.000 delegates from nil sec
tions of the United States pres
ent, the Farmers' Congress was for
mally opened here in tho Winter Gar
den. The election of officers will be
held today.
A resolution is beinf; framed by the
leading delegates to call upon President-elect
Woodrow Wilson to ouBt
Jnmes Wilson an secretary of agricul
ture and substitute Dr. H. W. Wiley,
the noted pure food expert and vic
tim of Tuft politics.
The resolution will undoubtedly he
A $200,000,000 JURY PANEL
Among Millionaires Who Will "Serve
Their Country" Are Perkins
and Vanderbilt.
New York. A "$200,000,000 panel
of Jury men" w-as organized by
Sheriff Harburger of New Y'ork coun
ty. It is an annual custom of the
sheriff's office to appoint millionaires
to a panel from which the sheriff
picks a jury in minor cases In his
jurisdiction. These millionaires will
accept no pay directly, but turn, tha
fees Into a pool which Is used for an
annual dinner.
The sheriff's appointments this year
Include George W. I'erkinB, William
K. Vanderbilt. Theodore P. Shonts.
lxaac N. Seligmnn.
No Country in World Ever Grew Such
Yield as This Year's Its
Value Is $1,8E0,716,0OO.
Washington. D. C. A corn crop
of 3,ltj9.137.000 bushels, or S81.921.000
bushels more than tao greatest crop
of corn ever grown In any country of
the world, is the feature of the coun
try's most remarkable agricultural
year in history, according to the No
vember crop report of the United
States department of agriculture just
Tho report completed the govern
ment's preliminary estltnutea of the
run ion's principal farm crops. This
great crop of corn was worth on No
vember 1 to farmers $1,850,776,000.
Money Trust Inquiry November 20.
Washington. Examination of wit
i:i sirs by tho speciul committee of
he house which is inv s; (gating the
money trust will be begun November
in, according to n notice sent out by
( baiinian I'ujo.
Single Tax Wins in Everett.
I'.veie.i, Wai-h. Uy a vote of more
thau 2 to 1, a siiiKk" tax amendment
,u :lie city charti r wn.-j carried here.
Ilverett is the fourth city in size In
ihe f ate. It is the first in Washing
ton toadept l.e single tax idea.
Claims She Is 142 Years Old.
Tulsa. Okla. -Nowata, Okla., claims
tin- olcitst living person in the United
S.ateu in Fannie I'urter, a degress,
who has Just pnsM i: her ono hundred
and forty second birthduy. The woui
.iii. according to her records, was
born in 1770.
Train Kills Widow on Bridge.
Grayville, 111. Mrs. June Willis, a
widow, 4o years old, while crossing a
Southern railroad bridge near
browns, nine miles north, was struck
by u passenger train and killed.
(Br K. O. BKI.IERS, Director of Bve
nlnic Department The Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.)
LFBflON TFTT Mark :T7-:L
UOI.DEN TEXT "Thou art the Christ
he Bon of tho living; Ood." Matthew 16:
The events of this lesson occur In
the summer A. D. 29 during the last of
Jesus' minUtry In Galilee Just bofora
his final departure for Jerusalem. It
marks a parting of the ways. We have
seen Jesus as Introduced by John tho
Baptist; heard him on the Mount an
he pronounces the principles of his
kingdom; watched blm as ho called)
his disciples about blm for training;
and listened to his great conflicts with
the rulers of tho people. Already vir
tually rejected by all save a few faith
ful friends he seems to test these, to
see If they are fnndamentally right on
the two Important questions. "Do Ibex
recognize me as the Messiah?" "Do
they understand that 1 must die In or-'
der to accomplish my mission?"
1. "Whom say ye?" vv. 27-29. No
tice, Jesus does not ask those outside
of his own circle for testimony. There.
Is a sense In which he is not mucht
concerned about the opinion of tho
world, but he Is tremendously con
cerned about what his followers be
lieve. His first question (v. 17) Is a
general ono and their reply Is likewlBo
a very broad one. To some of us it
suggests something of the physical ap
pearance of Jesus. No one can read
the descriptive passages about Join
the Baptist, Elijah or Jeremiah and
come to the conclusion that Jesus was
other than a man of strong physique.
not such a mun as Is usually pictured!
for us by tho artists. Rut this intro
ductory question does not satisfy the
Savior. It will not sufflco for us to
accept Jesus as "a good man a llttlo
higher than the prophets." Jesus de
mands a more personal reply, "Whota
say ye?" The strength of Christian
ity is our personal opinion of jesus
the Messiah; the proof of Christianity
Is our personal witnessing; tho test of
Christianity Is our personal experi
ence. Peter's Answer.
2. "And Peter Answered." v. 29 1. c.
to v. 83. Peter tho son of a "timiil
dove" casts all doubts, prudence and
caution to the wind, makes a bold,
positive confession, "Thou ,art the
Christ." It Is true that both Andrew
and Philip had made this same con
fession (Joha 1:40-51) much earlier In
the ministry of Jesus; but he did not,
at least publicly, accept It nor was
that sufficient at that period in bis
life. Peter twice made this assertion
previously; onco as he made his rasti
attempt to walk upen the water (Matt.
14:33), and again when many of tho
followers of Jesus began to desert
blm, (John 6:C9). But now popular
enthusiasm is dying out and already
the shadow of the cross Is resting up
on Jesus, Indeed It is only six months
away. Having elicited this response
Jesus commands his disciples to si
lence, for the time had not yet arrived
for them to proclaim It openly. Jesus,
however, began "openly" to teach his
disciples and the multitude the second
great truth mentioned at the outset,
viz., the suffering Messiah, (v. 31).
Why the Imperative "must" read
carefully John 3:14, Isa. C3:4-6, 2 Cor.
5:21, 2 Peter 2:24 und other passages
of the same import. His death and
resurrection were essential to the
whole plan of salvation (Rom. 5:9-10).
What Jesus Said.
3. "He Said Unto Them," vv. 34-9 : 1.
Jesus here sets forth, as contrasted
with the prevalent notions of the Mes
siah, threo conditions whereby men
may become his disciples: (1) Self
denial. - Jesus was on his way to
Jerusalem not to claim authority, but
to be rejected, not to assume a throne,
but to die. He tells us thut we must
affirm that we have no reliance upon
or obligation to self when It makes Its
demands, asserts Its opinions, or ex
presses Us desire. To deny Is to re
nounce. That Is exactly what self
confident Peter did on that last night
and three times ho confessed his peni
tence on the shore of the lake. To
deny self means exactly what tha
words Imply and not the usually ac
cepted idea of abstinence from food,
pleasures and luxuries. (2) Cross
bearing. Let us pause often to think
what of pain and torture and Ignominy
Is embodied In that word, "cross."
Jesus knew the suffering, the loneli
ness, the shame; yet he set bis faca
steadfastly to go to "Jerusalem" and
bore all of this "with Joy" (Heb. 12:2).
As though, if possible, to emphasize
this thought Jesu gives us a marvel
ous contrast In verses Hj-38. Again
self-denial is uppermost. Tis not self
seeking, self serving, self culture, but
self sacrifice thut is demanded.
To gain the whole material world,
an utter impossibility, at the cost of
one's soul, the loss of one's true self,
is the bargain of a fool or a mad man.
"Eternity begins where imagination
ends." "He that doeth the will of God
abldeth forever." (1 John 2:17).
Thus would Jesus emphasize by ar
gument and by illustration that to
come after him, to enter this wew
kingdom for which (ill have been look
ing, his disciples must see him as thM
worId' Messiah and follow him by
the way of the cross. Once bavlr
bartered away the soul (v. 27) wha,'
possibility Is there of Its recovery?
Easy to Deceive Ourselves,
Rest of the World Is Cer..,,'
Too Wise.
Senator Pomerene hag a
1. ...... I. .!..! .
"""n vi uiivuig nomp a sta
with an epigram.
At a luncheon Senntor p., ,,
described a would-bo litterateur
"Thanks to whisky and -rlgars,"
he said, "the poor fpn,,..
tailed to make good. He cann
.-i..., n.. i.. i. ..
..iuui n.iui, ujr newspaper v
but, though he Is 50 now, none of
wondrous novels nnd thrilling
'.hat he used to prate about h i,,,
"And yet. In his shabby aIiar.
-vcr a bottle of cheap liiu,,r , ,
box of cheap cigars, he win -. ,
the hour poor, gray, wrinkl" ! ,;
of his unfinished MSI3. tit,, .
will appear yet! Yes, he wii' ,
lunilno the world with the Pght , -genius."
Senator Tomereno sighed ;,
"Ah, If we could deceive oir.
easily ah wo deceive ours-!'. e.- (
reputations we'd all have, to hi .
Daisy Ry tho way, Frank, than
I'JVeiJI WUIBWUUb JUU UilH'. A('V, hti
Prank No.
Palsy Strange; I never taw it t
Frank That's because my liroiL'
never called on you.
Probably Prize Groucn.
A grouchy butcher, who had wai. f
ed the price of porterhouse
rllmb the ladder of fame. w;: ,;,
In the throes of an unusually b
grouch when a would be custum'T
years old, approached him mid liaiat'
blm a penny.
"Please, mister, I want a
worth of sausage."
Turning on the youngster wnh
rrowl, he let forth this burBt o' si
"Go smell o' the hook."- New OH
leans Dally States.
Truth About Old Age.
fleorge P. Baer, tho famous Phi:
delphla railroad man. said on hi
seventieth birthday:
"I agree with Professor Mctthnikofl
tbout the wisdom of tho old. I'roffs
!or Osier made It fashionable to di
:ry gray hairs, but my experience tia:
been that the old not only posse?
wisdom, but they seek It also."
With a smile Mr. Haer ad'hd:
"The only people who think the
are too old tn leurn are those v hd
really are too young."
Really a Small M.itter.
"Have you anything agaiuit Tin
"Nothing more than the fad Hint t.
make 'film 'a word of two sylhl'li.' '
But Change of Food Cave Final Relief,
Most diseases start In the uiiinen-
tarv canal stomach and bowels
A great deal of our stomach aoij
bowel troubles come from cut ing tod
much starchy and creasy food
Tha stomach does not direst nr.
of the starchy food wo t at whlH
bread, pastry, potatoes, oats, c.c
these thlnzs are digested in tho
lnteBtlnes, nnd if we eat too much, M
most Of us do. the organs ttint
digest this kind of food ore cvercotr.
by excess of work, so that n rm"m.i
tlon, lndlgeation, and a long tram
alls result.
Too much fat also is hard tn dir
nnd thla U elinneed Into Ufiils. 0'
atnmooTt htdrhinir ens and a 'tl:'!"'i
heavv feelinir.
In these conditions n cha.-n-f fr!1
InrlliFoatltda fnniln to ( I t;l PC-N 1 1 S '
work wonders In
the distress but
strong digestion,
steady nerves.
not. only v.h.'VU M
In building til"
clear hf
A Wash.
"About five years to
with bud stomach ilj .-"
tlon. constipation can
d. I
now, from overeating
greasy food.
"I doctoral for two jv.t:
any benefit. The doctor t"1
was no cure for me. I " ;;
anything without su't'erii.
pain in my back nnd snh
came discouraged.
1 t
"A friend recommend
nnd I becan to use it.
two weeks I began to i
InBidc of two months i
weman und have l :i
"1 enn eat anyihtt'i' 1
nlnjsnro. We eat Cl'l
cream for breukia-1 ' '
fond cf It." Name ci '
Co., Hattl-i Creek. .Mich.
Herd the little book, ' '
to Wt'llvllle," in jk,s "
reason." , K
Ever rend the above h'"'
one np)r from llmf k
rt ernulur, trur, uuX
Ul exeat. Air.

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