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TIIK UAKKK DAILY TIMES. HAUKK. VT THURSDAY, OCTOIIKR 21. 1012.
ETmrr- --------a... Si ' eats AWbmasi and a for a baking combination The Range that Makes Cooking Easy A Clenwood Cool or Cul Rn for tooiltur. and a GInwood Tarlor Slovo. lYrtmca or Poller for heating mouni aoiiO curafftaod leu fuck Reynolds $ Son, Barre (1 23RSS KILLS AGED MOTHER Because She Refused Son Mon ey for Drink m This HomeMade Cough Jyrup ttWf Surprise You 1 fttopa Kvcn Whooping Conuh L (iulckly. A Family Supply t Small Coat. lLlllr M-a IE WAS STRANGLED TO DEATH Donohue Confesses to Choking the Wom an to Death Insurance Agent Discovered the Boston Crime. Mountaineer Tales Bv M. QUAD Copyright, 1312. by Associated Lit erary Press. 'an awful """scream." It " was a sure enough wildcat, and a might; big one at that He fust jumped on the bed and scratched at the clothes, but as 1 got up be turned nud tackled me. 1 was took ho sudden that the critter had nil the advantage at fust, but blmeby 1 got bold of a stool and sorter held uiy own. He kept nie mighty busy, but I saw the ole woman sittin' up In bed arter a bit and beard her say: I "'Zeb White, if that's one o' them 1 Davis gals, then she's powerfully "I've had many a fout in my time," began old Zeb White, the possum hunt er, "but thar has never been but one occasion when I was willin' to admit that 1 was a licked man. The ole wo man was to blume for that. Sl)eused to be In the bubit of siilklrf around w.iuour. any cause lor u us iur as i couldn't last ten uiiilits mo'. could see. and it alius ended In a row j .. -Xever knowed tne i)avla gri wa. of some kind. I 0 gmart befoV "One afternoon 1 enm nome from town DR. WILEY DISCUSSED " SMALLPOX OUTBREAK Believes in Vaccination and Says It Is, One of the Protections Which Public Should Have. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, formerly chief of the U. S. bureau of chemistry, ad dressed a large audienco in the Mont pelier city linll last evening, the lecture ! huintr tlii. ftrut tt a ejiriuB flrronirnil tv changed about since Inst Sunday! Why lh , rdi- dub, of that citv". don't yo' ask her to take ber bonnit off and stay all night? me He was introduced by Kev. S. F. fit-ill. Blom- 'But 1 hain't nsln' no help from "All movements," said the exponent of to find my ole woman in the sulks. She used to get that way now and then. and I knowed what to expect. When she began to jaw I began to whistle, but urier half au hour I got mad. I'd 'a' gone out and slept in the woods, only it was gwine to he a dark and rainy night. She sulked and sulked, and when 'It cum time to go to bed 1 sot right yere and never minded the Un time of It." "'You halu't got all toe peartness around yere.' "Just bow long that fout lasted I can't say, but i finally driv the critter uutdoahs nud got the doah sbet, and then I fell down and fainted away ii nd didn't know nuthin' mo' fur an hour. I don't rightly remember bow many bites and scratches I got. but I was laid up for six weeks and bad a time. She didn't otTer to make up, and 60 I was sittin' yere when midnight cum. She was asleep and so was I when thar cum a cry from outdoabs. It was just like the boot of a woman lost in the woods, and it was ringin' in my ears when the ole woman sits up in bed and calls out: " 'eb White, what on airtb was that, and what ar' yo' doing' sittin' np thar like a knot on a log?' " 'I didn't bear nuthin' more'n an owl hootin'.' says I. ' ? " 'Then why don't yo' go out and keep him company?" ' "1 didn't say nuthin' to that, and pur ty soon she fell back and went to sleep again. Mebbe fifteen minlts bad pass ed when the cry come ag'ln nty! sent a shiver over me and brought 'the ole woman out of bed. "'Refo' the Lnwd. but what kin it be?' she gasped. '"A woman hootin for help.' sez I. " 'It can't be. No woman would be hootin' around yere this time o' night' "Then it may be an owl.' 'Then yon may be a fnle1 'Tier callin' me a fule riled me np, and, though I was purty sartln that It was the scream of a wildcat, 1 deter-: mined not to giv in. ' " 'Shoo! It's one o them Davis gals lost in the woods!' " Then yon don't know sugar from and! Listen to that! Does that sound like the boot of a woman?' "'Jest exactly. I'll bet my ole gun agin a coonskin that it's a woman. I'll open the doab so she kin see the light and then call to her.' "Zeb White. I'm tellln' yo' it's a wildcat and not a woman. If yo' hadn't almost got to be a fule yo'd know by the sound No woman ever yeowled that way, no matter how skeert she was. What yo' gwine to tior " 'Open the doah. of co'se. " 'Waal, if yo' open that doah sum body's gwine to git clawed and bit and yo' take my word fur It' "That riled me sum mo', and I was bound to open that doab or bust 1 could even b'ar the critter prowlin' around, but I wa'n't gwlne to let the ole woman bluff me down. I riz up and was llsteuin'. wben sbe sez: "'This yere cat is arter meat fur bore! "That yere woman is looktn' fur our cabin, yo' mean, and yere goes to let her in.' i "With that I crossed over and open ed the back doab. and as I did so the ole woman made a dive fur the bed and kivered up ber bead. I bud just swung the doab hack and opened ray moutb to boot when snmtbln' knocked me cleanacross the cabin. and uttered "Mrs. White didn't have anything more to say. did she anything more the uplift of humanity hnve been com pelled to travel a rocky rond. it seems rather difficult to understand why people like me and those associated with me, working for the public benefit, should receive so little support from the people we try to aid. The people of this coun try like to be humbugged. litirnura was right. Those things which are least meritorious have great popular vogue. Those tilings which are really meritori ous arc of slow growth, but they are destined to live long. "My message is of less interest per Imps to Vermonters than any other state, for as I look over your vital statistics and the splendid work of your state board of health, T am not surprised to about your taking the wildcat's scream j Irarn the death rate has fallen rapidly. for the hoot of a woman' was asked. 1 1 here is an unusual degree of health in "Sartinly she did!" be replied. " 'Bout I ermont," the fust words I heard arter J cum to was: ""Say. Zeb White, yo'd better look ut fur that Davis gal arter this! She's bit and clawed you till I've got to make a poultice as big as a barrel to kiver the hurts.'" "And what did you any in reply?" "Nutbin'-nuthin' 'tall. I'd Jost bluffed myself and got the worst of It and so I shet np. Yes. sbet up and let ber griu and chuckle and poke fun at me. Yen. I knowed wnen I was ticked, and I lay thar nnd cried and didn't ber nuthin' to say nuthin' 'tall!" THE ANCIENT TRAVELER'. Outfit He Was Advised to Carry In tha Eighteenth Century. A small "Traveler's Guide." dated 17S0, contains a good deal of serious advice ns to the luggage which should be carried. "Take.' says the book, "two suits of clothes, one coffee colored and one blue: a chest flannel, a pair of leather breeches, a sleeping suit, three pairs of stockings, two pairs of gloves, two wigs, one bair bag (?. two enps. two bats, two pairs of shoes, one pair of Dr. Wiley outlined his reasons for choosing his especial carper in the field of medicine. "I found," he said, "the great majority of diseases traceable to disorders of indigestion. I've been told many times that my efforts raised the cost of living. The high cost of living, like appendicitis, lias been attributed to everything. 1 ure food does oot more. It s worth more. There's more nutriment in it. Adulterated food is dear if it is given away. Opposite arguments are valueless because not based on correct premises. We've established a thing in the food trade which ought to bn established in every trade honesty, compelling those who didn't want to be honest to honesty and protecting others. A few years ago it was impossible for the holiest manu facturer to make a living. ."What possible argument can there be against these pure food laws? Special noeketbooks. Men came to hearings with lira .en effrontery and with honesty and insisted we would kill the food-manufacturing business of the country. Tiiat kind of argument is used now against the execution of that law enacted for the people. "There was awakened a public con science which, when it settles, rarely goes wrong, and Congress heard the voice. First came the women, then the farm ers, the medical schools, labor orgnniza- in this country. People's don't die of the only respectable disease they ought old age. J lie tariff I would lower Is the tarilf on human life. liv men are mere callow youth at 44. Half the infants who die are sacrificed for lack of nutrition nil due to improper foods. There is not a single infant food fit for a child to have. "Some day we'll have a serum to pre vent tuberculosis, pneumonia, cancer. We'll establish immunity among people by precaution, but there will always be a large number of unbelievers." The speaker described the difference between the care of animals and of peo ple and said: "I'm helpless. So are vou. We are worth as much as cows and steers. Let us have hygiene that we may live to serve the public in work that lasts and work that blesses." Discussed Smallpox Situation. Dr. Wiley had the following to say of smallpox: "You have an outbreak of smallpox in the next town. Smallpox is preventable. It comes from without. If you don't get it, you don't have it. Vou have certain remedies against smallpox which mitigate it. A great number of people oppose vaccination. I sympathize with them. I believe every citizen should have freedom of opinion until that freedom threatens the community, then he should give way. The law requiring vaccina tion is right because it is a protec tion. "I sympathize with those who don't believe in disease. They are as honest as anv of us, but the law says you must not allow a person to die without medi cal treatment, and the law is just if it brings a parent into court and sends him to jail. "I sympathize with the absent treat ment. You can cure yourself of every thing you don't have by imagination, but not a single disease which you have. The single life must give way to the type. So when a man with smallpox walks your street you do rightly to send him to the jail or pest house. Some day we'll segregate every infectious disease that exists." Boilon, Oct. 24. Angered because she would not give him money to buy liquor, Cornelius Donohue, a laborer, living with his mother. Mrs. Patrick Donohue. aged li, at 123 Washington street, strangled lier as she lay on her couch bed early yesterday, then took a bank book from under her pillow and, going to the bank, got "?.". lie was arrested later by offi cers, who said that he had been drink ing heavily. He will be charged with murder. The first inkling the police had of the tragedy was when Representative John Mffiivern, mi insurance collector, came to the station house nnd said he believed a murdur had been committed in the Donohue tement. He said he went there to collect from Mrs. Dono hue, and as nobody answered his rap, he went in.. He saw Mrs. Donohue lying on the couch with a sheet pulled over ber head. He told the police hccnuld hear no sound of breathing, that as he was Icav injr the tenement Cornelius entered and paid him the 30 cents due on the lnsiir anee. The police went to the tenement and found Mrs. Dortolme dead. Marks on her throat showed how she had met death, and after a short search the sod was arrested. He admitted while be ing booked, according to the police, that he had asked his mother for money to buy drink, that she refused and that he then grabbed her by the throat, chok ing her until she was dead. He said he took the bankbook Irom under her pillow, then pulled the sheet over her head, and went out. Mrs. Donohue was supposed to be the widow of Patrick Donohue, but neigh bors claim her husband is still alive and that he is a plasterer by trade. Hera I a home-mado remedy that takes hold of a oough instantly, and will usually cure tho most stubborn case in 4 hours. This recipo niaic a pint enough for a whole family. You couldn't buy as much or as stiod reudy-iuudo cough syrup for $2.60. Mix ouo pint of granulated sugar with pint ot warm water, and stir i minutes. Put 'iVj ounces of Pincx (fifty rents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add the Sugar Svrup. This keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste children liko it, Braces up the appetite and is slightly laxative, which helps end a cough. You probably know the medical valim of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis and other throat troubles, sore lungs, etc There is nothing better. Finex is the most valuable concentrated compound f Norway white pine extract, rich in guaiacol and ail the natural healing pina elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. The prompt results from this Inexpen sive remedy have made friends for it. in thousands or homes m the tjnited relates and Canada, which explains why tho plan has been imitated often, but never auceessfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pincx, or will get It for vou. If not. send to Tha Pinex Co., Ft Wayne, Ind. FELIX DIAZ CAPTURED Revolt at Vera Cruz Suddenly Collapses. REBEL FORCE IS DISARMED The Casualties Are Insignificant. It Is Asserted The Attack Was Bj gun by the Federals Yes terday Morning. WOMEN TEACHERS MONOPOLIZE LIST Equal Wage Law Doesn't Appeal Men in New York. to COLUMBIA HAS CHANGED COURSE. tllnrtArs It nmlnrshlrta.' funr 'nyer- I lions. ' ' - If T, - 1 i V. 1 1 1. 1 t jihj?i-vcii oilier iuiuwii- eni)iovcs im the government to communicate with congressmen. I didn't avoid them en- shirts," six neckties, six collars, six handkerchiefs, four pulrsof cuffs, three cravats, two pairs of cotton bo.se and two palra of socks." But this Is not all. as Is shown by the following items: "Take a Bible, a book of sermons, a Traveler's Ouide,' two albums, a diary, a quire of white paper, quills and ink, an almanac, a mirror.' a sliver watch, a silver suuff box. a silver spoon, a pair of silver shoe buckles, a ellver tie pin. three sil ver studs, a gold seal ring, a knife and fork with silver bandies, a sewing case, an opera glass, a compass, a wax light and a tinder box. n toothbrush, a sliver toothpick, a sword, a silver mounted cane, a padlock with which to fasten your door at night inside, a clothes brush, a box of niediclue." rail Mall Gazette. tirelv. but I was clad that President Taft in his wisdom saw fit to revoke the order, making a public official a little less a slave than before. "The interests Machinated to destroy the law. They began on tne. They passed over my head and got an order to suspend the law. That's t.he way it stands now and will until the 5th of March. "Among those interests was Vice President Sherman, whose firm puts sac charine instead of sugar into its prod ucts, i ou know wlist happened to me. After they handcuffed and foot-cuffed and tongue-cuffed me. for they would not allow me to speak or write on public health topics, the experiments I made Survey Shows Portion of Prehistoric Channel of River. When the great plains which rise high above the Columbia river canyon in eastern Washington are entirely mapped, showing all the elevations, it will I plainly seen how the waters of the Columbia were in prehistoric timi? di verted from its canyon and were made to traverse a new course. A recently issued topographic map covering a por tion of this Columbia river plain i the Moses lake sheet, in (rant comity. In the field season of lillO Robert Mul- drow and C. F. Kbcrly, topographic en gineers of the United States geological survey, made a detailed survey of the area known as the Moses lake quadran gle. The work was done in co-operation between the state of Washington and the federal geological survey, each pay ing half the cost. The Moses lake map covers an area of 203 square miles and is published on a scale of approximate ly 1 mile to the inch, with a contour in terval of 25 feet. Moses lake is .shown in the central portion of the map as a long, irr'gu!ar nhect of water resembling one anth r of an elk. This hornlike wJlo toi,'fi New York, Oct. 24.The public schools of New' York City are to-day facing one of the result of the equal pay law. Which secured like salaries for men and women teachers. This week the board of education will appoint as teachers in the elementary schools 383 women and 22 men, and-with these ap pointments the eligible list of male ap plicants is exhausted. It is impossible that any more men teachers will be appointed for many years, for the waiting list shows H8S years, for the waiting list Lt emit. -d women and no men, and it is pointed out the reduction in men's salaries has made it extriynely difficult to get them to ap ply for the places. Two years ago men's salaries were a third greater than they are to-day. Be fore the equal pay law went into effect a man teacher started at $8H) and went to f 2.150 in 12 years; now he starts at $720 and may hope to reach $1,150 after IS years. NEW TALES ' THAT ARE TOLD Where He Did Battle. Former District Attorney John J. Sullivan was tbe principal speaker at reunion of old soldiers a few years ago. He bad all of his wonderful com mand of pathos and eloquence in full working order that day, and as be con cluded bis oration tears glistened in the eyes of many of tbe veterans. One of tbe old boys In blue came up to II r. Sullivan and said: "Your description of the scenes on tbe field of carnage during a fight was beautiful. You roust have been In tbe Vera Cruz, Mex., Oct. 24. Felix Diaa, with the. whole ef his staff, wit cap tured yesterday, and all tho rebels dis armed. Tho casualties wero uignili cant. Fighting was begun by tlifl federal forces at 0:30 yesterday morning-, whew General Heltran led his troops in the ad vance on tho city. Tho rebel d lenders wero very nearly equal in number to their opponents, and the struggle, it appeared, was likely to lead to blood shed. The government forces occupied the city with little opposition. Genoial Val dez and Colonel Jinunez Castro with their respective columns of federal troops, were the first to enter the pliice. They met with only slight resistance. Colonel Jose Diaz Ordaz of the Twenty- first infantry, who joined Feli Diaz with his troops when lie first proclaimed the revolution, has not yet been cap tured. He is a cousin of Felix Diaz. . The federal forces began their advance on Vera Cruz at noon Tuesday. Tho rebels under General Felix Diaz, who Oc cupy the city, calmly awaited their approach. General Heltran, commander of the federals, had previously informed the city council that the hatfie was about to begin. He declined to allow more time for the removal of non-combatants to the neutral zone. The boats in the harbor have on Iionrd more than 5,000 foreign refugees and 10,000 Mexicans. The United Sinie cruiser Des Moines is lying about fidd yards from the American consulate, lhe space between is neutral and many of the refugee craft have taken up positions there. (hily thirty-two Americans remain within the town. The foreign consuls have gone aboard the boats. The Amer ican consul, William W. Canada, lias assumed the leadership of the situation. Rain threatens to drench the refugees and fighters. Promiscuous firing seemed to indicate that the battle had started. It was a false alarm, however, as General Pel train sent an emissary offering a" tincu until daybreak. The troops under Gvu eral Diaz were sent back to barracks and conditions became quiet. NOVELIST'S WIFE ON STUKP. WHEItB BIO TOU HAVB TOTJK TH HILLING EXPBKIKItCB V MOST DOG GUARDS DEAD MASTER. in Blind Canine Faithful After Death Massachusetts Woods. Boston, ' Oct. 24. Guarded by ' his blind dog, the body of Hosea B. Little- field was found in a clump of bushes at Wyoming station near this city early to-day. " Littletield's throat was cut. His lody was considerably decomposed, i lie dog was nearly starved but refused to eat until he had seen his master put under ground. J he faithful pet had been Lk-wfleld s companion fir many years, It was only by using strategy tht those who mined the imdy were able to ap proach the dog and the master ho was so dutifully watching over. thick of a battle some time. Where did you have your most thrilling ex perience?" "At Warren," replied Colonel Sulll- Tan. "At Warren! Why, I never knew there wns any fighting there." "Probably not" replied Colonel Sul livan, "but if yon bad been behind the bat for Warren the day we beat Y'oungstown 1 to 0 you would have known you were, in a ngbt and a mighty warm one. too." and the colo nel exteuded his gnarled and twisted fingers to prove his assertion. Cleve land Leader. Mrs. Owen Wister Fills Dates for Hus ' band, Who Is 111. ..Philadelphia, Oct. 24. Mrs. '.Owen Wister, wife of the novelist, is scheduled to make a number of speeches for -Col. Roosevelt and other Progressive party nominees in the Fortv-second ward of this city this week. She will fill tho dates advertised for her' husband, w ho was taken ill yesterday. "I am going to work hard to make Col. Roosevelt's majority in the Foity seeond ward as large as possible," s!ie said yesterday. BOASTS FORTY-SIX WIVES. MISER GEORGE'S $20,000. More Than a Tenth Found in Cash in Detroit Shanty. Detroit. Mich., Oct. 24. Adam George, form is recognized in the local names Pelican Horn, Parker Horn, and Lewis Horn, which have been given to spurs of the main lake. . Present Lake Part of Old Channel, Moses lake is believed to have been at one time part of an old channel of Columbia river. Duuring the glacial period, recent as tune is measured by the geologist but long before the begin ning of human history, the valleys' of Marking a Book. on young men were suppresseu. ami tney tlu, northorn cascades and of the Okan oroug. i is iso marges uiai i "."; highlands were fill.il with enor- pended illegally I was convicted ,,, ..jer, the largest of which and sentenced to be hung and knew Tea,.hM tllp .)laing MnTe tnpy w,re not mug of it. but when they bronchi ,..,,,, in the warmer air of the lower There's a dear old Chap in this town I the psoers to President Tsft. God bless !,.oulltrVi Ti,e greatest of these ice riv- A SMn of Comity It a Jay Foreyr, T. Fell Oouraud'a Oriental Craam or Magloal Baautiflor. 4 r b'MBUt lMty. an4 tm OirttM. It bm Ik ha ttutn iwwa-u hit ml mmmt xa. ( L. 4. S. r M.4 t Mr f bm tutit " Ai fmm tome via mm Ovaraafe fraaat' It In kanafti M 'i F all lras aa f D m jag Ml Swank tat Vt.ut lin.fiia aaa Ewcaa. fir.1T. I TLU TxVkhmlimi lalsi' Cisco ChronicU. too gentle nnd too modest to put his name or profession into print who ad ministered a rebuke worth remember- . 4 Tl. . mM lUg tO a VOUIIK Illt-Iiu. utr Jui.i uinu : showed mm a book in wnicii certain him. his sense of justice was outraged and he demanded a hearing. "What happened 7 lhe men who ac- Vused me were convicted. They are still i , , im1,i.i. , I asked the secretary of agri-l;,,,, r..in.i.i r; ers of eastern Washington flowed down I the Okanogan valley, which it filled to :havc dammed the Columbia but to of feet. On reach ing ti,a fl ii iini im nvor vu nv f nl. . culture how lonir I was to treat them i . i . passages were marked with pencil. Tbe , r1l,. The a retary of agriculture I , fi , . jf, ,,von for , ditance. The Mint hern limit of this ,o weeKsanu i nrea rntsen. t okan(1(n)n fUvilT j mnrkej J1V , "Now, my friends. I have liberty to ,,.,,;. ,.,,.; , ; ,tell you what's injurious to health iAp.lTll, nlor,iIH. i formed of dirt and rock older roan asked if be mis lit borrow 'said he would consider. He considered I the book. "I-l can't lend It.' borrowed it myself.' said the other. "1 "Ah! And who marked these pas sages V "I did. j "Oh. my boy! Tou shouldn't make penciled comment in a borrowed book." -I I I know It I "Tbe owner might erase tbem. yoo . plause.) Life is shortened to 44 year SIMPLE MIXTURE HELPS BARRE PEOPLE That simple remedies are bet has again bn proven. C. II. Kendrick Jc know. Always use ink and so pass ( to., Drujgists, report that many jsarre your wisdom a long! Cleveland Plain temple are receiving QUICK benefit from Dealer. simple buckthorn bark, g'ycerine. etc.. . . mixed in Adlrr-i-k. th rman ar- . i T. ,k;, , t.. i, :,. jendicitis remr.lv. A MN'.I.K IS'SF. Gibbs-I uenr th.-.t your boy Is gon J , '.u M ,k, ,iom..i, to a drawing school. . fvsTAXTLY because DlbbsTou can call It that lie's t- JthS mX))r mature antispi-ire the tending a dental college. San Fran- j rl Tf organs and draas oJ the im- j jinntM-s. material which was pushed along in front of the advancing glacier or car ried on its surface and stranded where the if melted, and it include many huge M'M-k of lasalt and other rock. One enormous block of basalt, known as Pilot Rock, which was probably carried by the glacier for some ditnee. is a triking landmsik that can lie twen for manv mile. or rears on a little piece of land near here ami lived in a tumble down shanty, died two weeks ago from the yfects of starvation. Search of the shack yesterday disclosed that the miser wan worth $20.000., Over $2,400 in cash was found hidden about the shanty. Uncle Joe on Utopian,. Uncle Joe Cannon, seated on tho piazza of a seaside hotel, condemned a certain Impravldent type of social re former. 'They're great borrowers." he said, "these chaps who are going to make tbe world over again." With a chuckle he added: "The worst thing about your Uto pians Is that they're all I-O-L'-topIans." Tha Sinner. Of the late Bishop Charles C Graf ton a Foud du Lac mnn said the other day: ' "Bishop Grafton was remarkable for tbe neatness and point of his pulpit ut terances. "Once, during disastrous strike, a I capitalist of Fond du Lac arose in a Transvaal Man Claims Polygamy Cam . pionship of Great Britain. Johannesburg, Oct. 24. The cham pion polygamist of the British Knipira has been discovered among the Bantu tribesmen of the Transvaal, accordih to returns of the census office. Ho h.is forty-six wives and is 35 rear of ai;e. His next nearest competitor iu the. matrimonial stakes boasts of only twenty-eight wives. THIS WOMAN'S TROUBLES GONE Terrible Cramps, Dizzy Spells Nervousness, Misery--Her Story of How She Got Well Again. A New Century Series of "American ProiM-ess" Articles' I ' 1. ..!. ,. m..l i . .i twI acL-cwl I r a tn The Centuty's "After tho War" ar- L k rhl, Zs)w0 ,,aTe hlul the ticles. dealing with (.real ttents in American Progress'' occurring since the Civil war, will begin in the Xovem'.ier issue with "The Humor and Tragedy of the llreeley Campaign," by Col. Henry Watteron, editor of the Ixiuisville Courie-Journal. Colonel Watterson is one of the several editors of nation-wide fame who have written articles for this successor to The Cen tury's fame! "Civil War .Series." In its "general si-ope this series, in which editor discus frankly such events as tbe attempt to impeach President .lohn sc.rt; the Crftlit MobiliiT. the Hayes Tilden campaign, the Bryon conventions, the trusts, etc.. takes on the character of a secret tutorv ot the la-r. lorty-nve vears. Col. Watter-MiiT article, imi- lentallv, reads very much like a secret history, with more secrets add-d by Am bassador Reid who was a fellow worker in the ill-starred Greeley campaign. floor, and tbe man delivered himself of ft long panegyric upon captains of industry, uiwu the good they do by giving men work, by booming the country, by reducing the cost of pro duction, and so forth. "Wben tbe capitalist had finished his self praises and, flushed and satisfied, had sat down again Bishop Grafton rose and said with quiet significance: ""la 'there any other sinner would like to say a woI1f, New York Tribune. Davison Arraigned. New York. Oct. 24. "Rwl Ihir Da iin. the slayer of J k Zclig. was ar raignfl before Justice fT yesterday and p'eadmt not guilty t the indictment charging him with Zl;g' minder. Jus t ice I .off et next Wednesday, Oct, 30, a the day f'-r hia trial. CASTOR J A For Infants and Children. Tea lizi Yea Kan Aiwajs Bought Aimlessly. Joseph II. Choate at the Thrc Arts club benefit at tbe Republic theater. Id New Y'ork, told this after bis witty pch: 'Two young girls were drinking tea wben a young man passed. A be passed the first girl blusbexL displayed MrS- Elva Barber Edwards. Box 54. t beautiful ring on ber white hand rth'amet Wash. and murmured, "Well. Jack and I are ! , , , ,. r n. , . . to be married Foster we.k." Tb "n cf L Kr ! " But." ,d the other girl. -I ! Vegetable Compound have thousand, ,of ; thci'icht you had thrown Jack over? Hindsboro, III. "Your remedies have relieved me of all my troubles. I would have such bearing down misery and cramps and such weak, nervous, dizzy spells that I would have to go to bed. Some days I could hardly stay up lon enough to get a meal. 'The doctor's medicine did me no good so I changed to Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and got good results from the first bottle. I kept on taking it and used the Sanative Wash with it, until I was well again. I think every woman who suffers as I have, could take i no , better medicine." Mrs. CHARLES Mattison, Box 58, Hindsboro, I1L Testimony of Trained Nurse. CaUi!amet,Wash- "I am a nurse and when I do much lift ing I have a female weakness, but I take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and I cannot say enough in praise of it. I always rec ommend it for fe male troubles. " - Bears the tUc&atare of 7 -llh. an I t'i flint neiilMHi. Twit lit you know b Washington Star. such letters as those above they teli the truth, else they could not have been ob- Thi mhcir ..... . . . .. ... tinned lor love or money. .-mil " - I : , K. th. fVv. fS lIV DU eUa V a, aaav avarwiaa awv m-w - years.