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IfUou would visit our factory, the largest in the world under one roof, and see how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, uld understand why they are I Qted to look better, fit better, j helrshape and wear longer than • makes for the price. tr dealer should supply you with m.Don’ttakeasubstitute.None nulne without W. L. Douglas •me stamped on bottom. Shoes nt everywhere, direct from fac- Parcel Post, postage free. Now me to begin to save money on xitwear. Write today for Illus- I Catalog showing how to order W. L. DOTJG\LAS, > Spark St., Brockton, Maas. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER’S LITTLE jßb. LIVER PILLS gentlybutfirmly com-galaaP™ — pel a lazy liver do its duty. zllllifiiaii Cures Con- w [T.T-K-? stipation, In-jgj I Vfc-R digestion, jjgPIIAS. i and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE, j Genuine must bear Signature j Best Congh Syrup. Tastes Good. Use WjG in time. Sold by Druggists. jgejj MADE A VICTORY FOR “SENCE” Farmer Most Cleverly Outwitted, and Then Insult Was Added to Injury. Two large orchards, side by side, brought much profit to Farmer Tur mut, and much trouble. For the or chards were considered fair game by the youth of the village, and two orchards are harder to watch than one. One day, looking from one orchard to the other, Turmut saw a small hoy shin down a tree, and uttering a word of warning to another imp still up among the apples, ran off. Turmut reached that tree in record time. “Got yer this time!” he roared to the boy almost hidden among the leaves. “Come down!” Getting no answer, and not being in a hurry, he sat down and waited. Time passed, and still he waited, until a servant brought him a note that had just been dropped through the letterbox. He did not wait after he had read it, as follows: “Some peeple as apples, some as sence. You bin watchin a pare of trowsis stuffed with straw, and we bin gettin’ your apples from the other orchard. Grate victory for sence!” He’d Called Seventeen. Jim was a new porter in the hotel, and he was putting in his first night at his new and responsible position. Tt was five in the morning, and so far Jim had done all he was told and was getting on splendidly. “Call 17 and 4,” commanded the night clerk, as he lo'olted over his call sheet. Jim obeyed. After he had l been goine for a considerable time, the clerk went up to see if he had called the rooms designated. “Well,” sighed the new porter whom he found on the third floor, “I’ve got seventeen of ' ’em up, but I haven’t started on the other four yet.”-—Na tional Food Magazine. The Necessity. “I’m going to leave, ma’am.” “Good gracious, cook! What will we do for bread in the morning?” “If you want bread, ma’am, you'll knead it, that’s all.” The largest cement kiln in the world, operated entirely by electricity, recently was put into operation by a Pennsylvania plant. WIFE WON Husband Finally Convinced. Some people are wise enough to try new foods and beverages and then generous enough to give others the benefit of their experience. A Vwife writes: “No slave in chains, it seemed to me, was more helpless than I, a coffee captive. Yet there were innumerable warnings—waking from a troubled sleep with a feeling of suffocation, at times dizzy and out of breath, attacks of palpitation of the heart that fright ened me. (Tea is just as injurious as coffee because it contains caffeine, the same drug found in coffee.) “At last my nervous system was so disarranged that my physician ordered i ‘no more coffee.l capitulated. “Determined to give Postum a fair trial, I prepared it according to direc tions on the pkg., obtaining a dark brown liquid with a rich snappy fla vour similar to coffee. When cream and sugar were added, it was not only good but delicious. “Noting its beneficial effects in me the rest of the family adopted it —all except my husband, who would not ad mit that coffee hurt him. Several ! weeks elapsed during which I drank Postum two or three times a day, i when, to my surprise, my husband said: ‘I have decided to drink Postum. I Your improvement is so apparent— ! you have such fine color —that I pro ■ pose to give eredit' where credit is due.’ And now we are coffee-slaves no i longer.” Name given by Postum Co., Battle j Creek, Mich. Read “The Road to Well i ville,” in pkgs. Postum now comes in two forms: Regular Postum —must be boiled. Instant Postum Is a soluble powder. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly in a cup of hot water and, with cream and sugar, makes a delicious beverage instantly. Grocers sell both kinds. “There’s a Reason” for Postum. BRYAN'S HARD TASK MUST DECIDE WHETHER SANTO DOMINGO OR SPAIN HAS THE BONES OF COLUMBUS. INDIANA MAN RESPONSIBLE Stutesman’s Proposal That Remains of the Discoverer Be Carried Through Canal Involves State De partment in Old Controversy. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.—ln the chapel of the government’s Naval academy at Ann apolis there are supposed to repose the remains of John Paul Jones, the Scotch-American naval hero of revolu tionary days. As everybody probably remembers, the admiral’s body was found or thought to be found in a French cemetery and after as conclu sive identification as was possible had been made it was brought to this coun try, accorded high honors, and buried beneath the Naval academy’s chapel. Now it seems likely that the state department will become involved semi officially in the same kind of trouble over the identity of the remains of Christopher Columbus which the naval department had over the identity of the bones of John Paul Jones. An Indiana man —James F. States man of Crawfordsville —must shoulder advance responsibility for the state department’s future troubles. Mr. Stutesman is the commissioner gen eral of the United States to Central America and the West Indies, In the interest of the Panama-Pacific expo sition. It was at a dinner given in Santo Domingo by the president of the Dominican Republic that the Indi anian suggested that the bones of the great navigator be taken from their resting place In the Santo Domingo cathedral, he placed in an appropriate receptacle at the prow of the battle ship Oregon, that will head the proces sion of battleships through the Pa nama canal and be taken to San Fran cisco for exhibition purposes. What Bryan Must Decide. The Dominican Republic has a diplo matic representative in Washington, Senor Dr. Don Francisco J. Peynado, who voices, his government’s desire that this government shall sanction Mr. Stutesman’s plan. The Dominican Republic is urging the carrying out of the transportation and exhibition plan is attempting apparently to se cure not only the sanction of the Unit ed Spates for the proposal, but with it what will be tantamount to an official state department decision that Santo Domingo has the only “well-authenti cated remains” of the voyager and discoverer which are in existence. Mr. Bryan therefore may be called upon to decide between the claims of Santo Domingo and the claims of the Span ish city of Seville, which asks the world to believe that the only real bones of Columbus are in its keeping. The controversy over the final rest ing place of what is left of Christopher Columbus began many years ago and it is an exceedingly lively controversy to this day. Christopher Columbus died in 1506 at Valladolid, Spain. In his will he asked that his bones be taken across the ocean and buried in Santo Do mingo. For a long time this wish re mained unfulfilled. Finally, according to accepted tradition, his bones were transferred to Santo Domingo-—prob ably between 1539 and 1549 —and placed in the cathedral, together with those of Diego, his son. Story of the Controversy. Nearly two centuries and a half later —ln 1795 —the Spaniards, about to abandon Santo Domingo to the French, resolved not to allow the remains of him who had given them a new world to fall into the hands of the newcom ers. So they took from the cathedral a coffin supposed to contain his bones and sent it in a ship to Havana. No body seemed to harbor any doubt that the transferred bones were indeed those of Columbus and the resting place to which they were consigned in Havana became a shrine and one of the chief “sights” of the Cuban city. But in 1877 Santo Domingo gave Cuban and Spanish confidence a rude shock. A Dominican priest named Billini, wishing to open a door long walled up in the cathedral, uncovered one end of a metal casket in a for gotten vault. He lost no time in no tifying Bishop Cochia of Santo Do mingo, who, in his turn, informed a number of notables of the city, includ ing several of the foreign consuls, of the priest’s discovery. Before them all workmen dug into the vault and uncovered the coffin. In it were found a quantity of bones and dust and two inscriptions. One of these was deci phered and declared to be an abbre viation of the Spanish words meaning “Discoverer of America, First Admi ral.” The other inscription was read as “Illtre y Esdo. Varon Dn. Cristoval Colon (Illustrious and distinguished gentleman, Don Christopher Colum -bus).” This seemed to show beyond all doubt that the remains of the dis- FORE3AW THE RIVER’S RISE Cat’s Instinct Told Her of Danger Two Days Before the Disaster Occurred. A friend sends us this interesting cat story: “Tabby had seven bright eyed kittens about a month old, for which we made a cozy nest out of old gunnysacking and fine rags id the coal shed. But one morning the nest was found empty. We searched every where m vain. The mother and her whole family had utterly disappeared. “Our home was on the river bottom. Half a mile away, and a little higher up, liver Peter Siegler, our nearest neighbor; a mile away, on the crest of the bluff, lived James Dawson. We were all good neighbors, and the hoys of the families, who frequently visited hack and forth, knew every pet dog, cat, rabbit or guinea pig on all three farms. “That night the river began to rise, and the next morning our house was separated from the Siegler’s by a low swale which the river had filled. . By night we had removed the family and THE FROSTBURG SPIRIT, FROSTBURG, MD. coverer had never left Santo Domin | go. The natives of the republic took that view without hesitation and cele brated the find with great enthusiasm Spain and Cuba made an investiga tion and declared there was nothing in the Santo Domingo story. Mr. Bryan probably will he called upon to settle this matter of state and he will have no easy job. Filipinos May Have to Wait. The senate of the United States has confirmed four native island ers appointed by President Wil son as members of thr Philippine commission. It is the expressed in tention of the administration to give as many minor offices as is possible to capable Filipinos. The direct promise of President Wilson has been that ultimate independence for the islands is the Democratic intention. Members of congress think that these things already done for the Fili pinos in the way of encouragement mean that the bill of Representative Jones of Virginia to give the islands actual independence in 1921 will not be pushed for some little time. The appointments to offices and other things are taken by some members as sufficient acts of encouragement to the Filipinos that eventually the Democrats can be trusted to give them full liberty. It was the set intention of the Democrats to pass the Jones bill or a substitute for it either at the special session now drawing to a close or in the early days of the regular session which will begin in December. The administration seems to have taken the wind out of the sails of congress. Mr. Wilson has heard some things from men who have made Philippine conditions a study and it seems not at all unlikely that he has been moved by what he has heard to oppose im mediate consideration of the Virginia representative’s measure. The reports of the officials of the bureau of insular affairs are not alto gether cheering to men who would like to give a large measure of free dom to the Filipinos immediately. Interest in G. O. P. Convention. Members of congress apparently are taking a much keener inter est today in the forthcoming meeting of the Republican national com mittee than they are in the currency, anti-trust or any of the other legisla tion under consideration or to come under it within the next six months. Democrats, conservative Republicans, progressive Republicans and Progres sives all are either gossiping or talk ing seriously, and in some cases ap prehensively, concerning the outcome of the meeting of the committee whose duty will he to call the repre sentatives of the Republican party to gether in extraordinary national ses sion. Republican leaders who are inclined to progressivism and those who are inclined to extreme conservatism have written on the subject of the gather ing of which they hope much and fear more. The fear of the conservatives concerns itself almost wholly with an attempt on the part of the delegates to the convention to make a declara tion of principles. Progressive Repub licans in Washington say that the con vention will consider only changes in rules, but they seem to feel that an attempt will be made to put the dele gates on record as in favor of policies which the Republicanism of the old time did not sanction. Among the progressive Republican leaders there seems to be sincerity of desire that nothing shall be put over on their “friends of reaction” when the national convention assembles. From what these leaders say, how ever, it is apparent that they believe it will be almost impossible to pre vent the delegates from taking mat ters into their own hands and making attempt to secure the passage of reso lutions or the giving of some o’ an intimation that the party intends to cut loose from some of the policies of the past and to take up those which the Progressives have made present, and which the progressive Republi cans hope to make future policies. Change of Rules Not Enough. Politicians of all parties in Wash ington are asking why it is necessary to have a Republican convention if the only thought is to make certain changes in the rules which it Is known definitely would be made at the regular convention two years from next summer. It is known that the only reason for the convention is the hope that something will be done which will induce the Progressives to come back into the fold. No one seems to think for an instant that the Progressives will come back simply because of an action of the conven tion which will change the basis southern representation and give ap proval to the presidential primaries. Neither Mr. Cummins nor Mr. Borah nor anybody else of progressive Re publican tendencies, it is said, would have urged an extraordinary conven tion of the Republican party if it had not been the thought that something would be done at the gathering which would make the Progressive party men feel that the old party had set its face to the future and that they could come back into the ranks with out any sacrifice of principle. all the stock to higher ground, for the water surrounded our home and was rising rapidly. The Sieglers also had to move, and both families went together to Dawson’s. “ ‘Tabby and her kittens are already here,’ said William Dawson, as we drove into the yard. ‘They have been here for two days.’ “That was the fact. The mother had carried her seven kittens a whole mile and made journeys that aggre gated 14 miles in a single night. How did she know that the river was to rise? And how did she know that it would rise higher than Siegler’s? Surely animals have instincts quite un like ours.”—Youth’s Companion. Nothing on Him. Teacher —Thg camel can go eight days without water. Freddy—So could I if ma would let me. The loquacious friend is sometimes more dangerous than the silent enemy. A romantic young woman is an easy mark for the fortune teller. I The girl who knows she has shape ly ankles thinks she has some figure. Dr. Peery’s Vermifuge “Dead Shot” kills and expels Worms in a -very few hours. Adv. Many well intentioned persons at tempt to build a skyscraper on a bun galow foundation. Avoid Dangerous Nostrums. Take Dean’s Mentholated Cough Drops. They have real value —5c at all good Drug Stores. On the other hand, n. lawyer is mind ing his own business he pries into that of other people. Mr.. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma. tion, allays pain,cures wind colic,2sc a bottle.Adr Ever Thus. Tommy—What are the seats of the mighty? Father —The end ones.—Judge. Be sure that you ask for Wright’s Indian Vegetable Pills, and look for the signa ture of Wm. Wright on wrapper and box. For Constipation, Biliousness and Indiges tion. Adv. Incorrectly Designated. “Is this the bureau of information?” “No,” said the weary young man as he wet his thumb and riffled the pages of the railroad guide. “This is a time table library.”' Many Children are Sickly. Mother Gray’s Sweet Powders for Children Break up Colds in 24 hours, relieve Feverish ness, Headache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Disorders, move and regulate the. bowels, and Destroy Worms. They are so pleasant to take children like them. Used by mothers for24 years. At all druggists, 25c. Sample mailed FREE. Addiess, A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Adv. Criminals’ Finger Prints. Dr. Heintl recommends a very good method for taking the finder prints of criminals, this not relating to finger print records in an anthropometric bu reau, but where the record is to be taken on the spot where a crime oc surred, such as on a wall or any ob ject which cannot be moved and where the print is impossible to photograph on account of lighting or other reason. He makes use of a very fine color powder so as to dust it over the prints, which are of a more or less greasy nature, and In this way the powder ad heres to the finger print and takes all its gradations. Then a specially pre pared paper is pressed upon the print and the powder adheres to it so as to give a good copy of the original. Such paper is prepared with a mixture of beeswax and paraffin, adding a few drops of gylcerine. RINGWORM ITCHED TERRIBLY 1545 Aisquith St., Baltimore, Md. — “My children were afflicted with what they called ringworm of the scalp contracted from a house-cat they were playing with. The ringworm formed on their scalps about the size of a silver dollar and their hair fell out, leaving a round scale or crust on their scalps. Their hair fell out in round spots. There was terrible itching, and they scratched till the blood came. They were very fretful and could not sleep at night, and they were very cross. “They were treated for several months with no improvement whatso ever. I was told they would never have any hair and would always be bald. Then I began using Cuticura Soap in connection with Cuticura Ointment and the first week I could see the wonderful remedies were do ing all they were claimed to do and in six weeks’ time they were entirely cured. They all have a beautiful growth of hair.” (Signed) Mrs. Sadie Pollock, Jan. 1, 1913. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post card “Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.”—Adv. Britain’s Naval Plans. The navy of Great Britain will be growing during the next eighteen months as follows: A torpedo-boat destroyer once a week for the next nine months, a light cruiser every thir ty days for the next twelve months, and a superdrea,dnaught of the latest type every forty-five days for the next eighteen months. Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Sloan’s Liniment. It pene trates to the painful part soothes and quiets the nerves. No rubbing—merely lay it on. SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain For Neuralgia 11 1 would not be without your Lini ment and praise it to all who suffer with neuralgia or rheumatism or pain of any kind.”— Mrs. Henry Bishop, Helena, Missouri. Pain All Gone **l suffered with quite a severe neu ralgic headache for 4 months without any relief. I used your Liniment for two or three nights and I haven’t suf fered with my head since'” — Mr. J. R. Swinger, Louisville, Ky. . Treatments for Cold and Croup *My little girl, twelve years old, caught a severe cold, and I gave her three drops of Sloan’s Liniment on sugar on going to bed, and she got up in the morning with no signs of a cold. A lit tle boy next door had croup and I gave the mother the Liniment. She gave him three drops on going to bed, and he got up without the croup in the morning.” Mr. W, H. Strange, Chicago, lIL At all Dealers* Price 25c., 50c. and 51.06 Sloan’s Book on Horses sent free. Address DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc, Boston, Mass. 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