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THE REVIEW, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1910.
R H EU IVI ATISIVI Munyon. MUNYON'S RHEUMATISM CURE for Coughs l Colds I LEFT TO A WORSE FATE Dynamiter. Himself a Married Man, Knew What Awaited Forgetful Husband. Thr business man was sitting in his ofnc, thinking of starting for boms, When a suspicious looking person rame In with b leather bag in his hand. "If you don't give me 2't," said the visitor, mining at once to the point, "I will drop this on the floor." The business man was cool. "What la in ii ?" he asked. "Dynamite," was the brief reply. "What will it do it you drop 11?" "Blow yon up." "Drop it!" was the Instant com mand. "My wife told me when I left home this morning to he sure and send up a bag of flour and I forgot It. 1 guess it will take just about as much dynamite as you have there to prepare me for ttai blowing up I'll g-i when she sees nu !" He threw himself back In his chair and waited for the explosion, but It did not come. "I'm a married man myself," said the dynamiter, and quietly slipped out Illustrated Hits. History of Red Cross Seal. "Charity stamps," lirst used In Boston In 1S62 foi the soldiers' relief fund i luring the Civil war, were the original forerunners of the It'd Cross Christmas seal, which Will be used, this year to bring happiness and cheer to millions. The Delaware Antl-Tu-berculosls society In 1907 for the first time iii America made use of a stamp for the purpose of getting revenue to figlil consumption. In a hastily or ganized 1 ampaign of only three weeks they realised $3,000. The next year, 1!M)S. the American Red Cross con ducted the flr;t national tuberculosis stamp campaign. Prom this sale 1235, won was realised for the antitubercu losis movement, in 1909, und r many adverse conditions, $260,000 was rea lized from these stamps, This year the slogan of the tuberculosis lighters and the lied Cross la "A Million for Turberculosls From Red Cross Seals in 1910." Tit for Tat, Lloyd C. Qrlscom, In an interview in New York, said of party dissen sions "They are animated by a nasty spir it. a Ut-foMat spirit; and they go from bad to worse. "It's like the case of the engaged couple at the seaside dance. The young man. a little jealous, said cold ly to his Banco at supper: " 'Let me see was (t you I kissed In the conservatory?" "'About what time?' the young girl answered, with a little laugh." Like the Other Kind. It was in a "down east" village that the young man met bis sweetheart, a charming country beauty. When ho returned to the city he sent her a jar of cold cream to keep her cheeks as fresh as the budding rose. On his next visit he asked her how she liked his little gift. "The taste was very nice," she said, with a rather sickly smile, "but 1 think that I like the other kind of cream best, dear." I.ippincott's. A critic is a man who by the light of his own experience explains to oihers why they, too, have failed. The word abused. 'tired" Is much used and Toothsome Tid-Bits Can be made of many ordinary "home" dishes by adding Post Toasties Tb little booklet, "GOOD THINGS MADE WITH TOAST IES," in pkgs., tells how. Two dozen or more simple in expensive dainties that will, delight the' family, "The Memory Lingers" Postum Cereal Com pan j, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. piso's THE BEST MEDICINE COUS WAS PADDED GROSS FRAUD PRACTICED IN TAKING CENSUS BY NUMBER OF WESTERN CITIES. TAC0MA THE WORST CASE Government Will Prosecute All Per sons Involved in the Fraudu lent Enumerations. Tacoma, Wash. At a mass meeting of business men resolu- tions were adopted denouncing ttie charge that Taconia's census was padded. The resolutions de- mand that the government make a canvass of the city, if traud has been committed, the resolutions declare, the city of i'acoma will do everything in its power to bring the guilty to jus- tice. Washington. Staggered by the enormous growth shown by the re linns of the new census for a number of Western cities, Director Durand oi tile census bureau ordered an inves tigation, the result of which appeared in the announcement that gross fraud had been perpetrated. Mr. Durand gave out also a letter from Presldenl Taft, directing that persons Implicat ed In the alleged frauds shonlil b prosecuted. Cities specifically mentioned as be ing affected by the frauds are: Taco ma, Seattle and Aberdeen, Washing ton; Portland, Oregon; Minneapolis Minn.; Boise, Idaho, and Fort Smith, Ark., but it is stated ttiat there are I many others. The result of a second enumeration 1 of Tacoma. Wash., was announced; I the city shows a.poptllation of 82,972, j u 11 Increase of 45.25H, 120 per cent., I over the population of 1900. 1 The lirst figures turned in for Ta I coma were 116,168, 111 oilier words, j too actual population was padded to the extent, of 33,296, which weald have meant a further addition oi 40 per j cent. These additions were made in "4 out of 7" enumeration districts in I Tacoma. In some of tin e districts 1 the number reported proved to he I :-. veral times greater than the actual population, Im ten districts the Brst enumeration showed 29,753 names. 1 whereas the wred number was I fund to be 1 1,6 16 Director Durand's statement con I sisti mainly of a letter from himself, addressed to Secretary Nagel of the Department of Commerce and Labor, : dated October 8, in which the whole case is presented. Director Durand's letter sets forth that attempted "padding" was brought about mainly through the use of slips printed by private individuals and containing the census questions, Washington. "The padding of ecu 1 us returns in the other cities men tioned by me m my Statement was not Insignificant, hut in no instance was it as extensive al in Tacoma," .uiid Director Durand of the census bureau, "i wish you would make that plain," he added, "tor I do not want the understanding to prevail taut there lias been anything like t, general effort in the West to inflate the figures to the extent that has been "'vii in Tacoma," Mr. Durond stated that in many cases the fraudulent names had been traced to Individual enumerators, TAMPA STRIKE ENDS. 35 Cigar Factories in Florida City Open Their Doors. Tampa, Kla The thirty-five cigar .Ketones, which have been closed tineo the inauguration of the tobac co workers' strike on July 25, were thrown open. Probably 1 00 men re turned to work and this entering wedge will, is is believed, end the strike. Fifty automobiles with more than 200 business men sworn In as special officers patroled tiie streets of West Tampa and Yhor City, dispers ing gatherings of strikers and pre venting meetings. The factories were opened under "open shop" rules. "Graft" Came in Bunches. Chicago. The bank accounts of 'six former Illinois Central railroad offi cials, whose names have been men tioned in connection with extensive car repair frauds, were introduced as evidence in the trial of Frank B. Har rison, .utiles I.. Swing and John M. iaylor in the municipal court. Coun sel for the prosecution declared that William RepJhaw, receiving a ?alarj of 7,000 a year as superintendent t machinery, has deposited in several t hicago banks $5,1)05.12 in less than four years. Spanish War "lax Goes. Washington Tne United State? Supreme court refused a rehearing in the Hertz-Woodman case and tim. the Spanish-American war tax on in heritances from testators who dud in the year Immediately preceding July 1, 1902, becomes collectable. Eugene Foss fcr Governor. Boston, Mass. Complete nomina tion papers for Eugene N. Koss as the Progressive Democratic nominee to. governor were filed with the secretary of atate. SUFFERED FIFTEEN YEARS. How Chronic Kidney Trouble Was Permanently Cured. F. P. Semmel, Sr., 230 N. Cth St., Lehighton, Pa., says: "For over 15 years I suffered from kidney trouble. My kidneys were weak; the secre tions contained sedi ment and passed with a smarting sensation. Sharp pains shot through my body and bent me almost double. I became so bad I could not drive to my Work. After dortnrini? without benefit, I began taking Doan'S Kidney Pills and soon received relief. Continued use cured me. I believe Doan's Kidney Pills saved my life." Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y. Love him and keep him for thy friends, who, when all go away, will perish at the last Thomas a Kenipis. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup f,.r Children teethliifr, softens tin- tfuma, reduces liitl-nnma-Itoa, allays palu, curaa wind eolle,Woa bottla. It is never quite polite to contradict a girl, except when she says she doesn't want to be kissed, and then it can be done silently. F.r -L.ii and ;nii ni.'kV Cum dine la the best remedy-re-Hevea the aching and ferertahneaa cures the Cold mm restores normal conditions. It's liquid effeots Immedlatly. 10c., aie., umi foo. a 1 dx ug atones. News to Her. He Concerning love, everything possible has been said and thought. She (coyly) Hut not to me. Flie genda Blaetter. The Way It Looked. Mrs. Benham How do you like my hat? Benham You mean the one with the mayonnaise dressing? Poor Prospects. "Yes," said Miss Passay, "I found a very nice boarding house today, but the only room they had to offer me had a folding bed in it, and I detect those things." "Of course." remarked Miss Pert, "one can never hope to find a man under a folding bed." Catholic Stand ard and Times. Just Guessed. "Mrs, Wadsworth, I am very glad, Indeed, to meet yon Hut, haven't I had the bonor of being introduced to you befort 0 What was your name formerly, if I may ask?" "Mj maiden name?" ' No; your name before you were divorced " 'How did you know I had been di vorced ?" "Why, hasn't everybody?" "Thank You's." The man who it; not thankkful for the lessons he learned in adversity didn't learn any. There must be plenty of thankful ness in the world if those who have loved ami lost could know just what they have lost. "Why are you giving thanks? They took $10,000 from you in Wall street a little while ago, didn't they?" "Yes; but I got out with $20 they didn't know I had." ludgo. He Knew. A small boy brought up bj a fire eating father to hate anything con nected with England or the English was consigned recently to cat dinner with the nurse while the family enter tained a genuine English lord in thi dining room. The grown-ups' meal had come to that "twenty minutes past ' stage where conversation halts direct ly, when a childish treble fell upon the dumb-waiter shaft from the kitchen. This is what the astonished nobleman heard: "Fe, fl. fo, fum. "I smell the blood of an English muii." Wasp. COFFEE WAS IT. People Slowly Learn the Facts. "All my life I have been such a slave to coffee that the very aroma of It was enough to set my nerves quivering. I kept gradually losing my health but I used to say 'Nonsense, it don't hurt me.' "Slowly I was forced to admit the truth and the final result was that my whole nervous force was shattered. "My heart became weak and uncer tain in its action and that frightened me. Finally my physician told me, about a year ago, that I must stop drinking coffee or I could never ex pect to be well again. "I was in derpalr, for the very thought of the medicines I had tried so many times nauseated me. I thought of Postum but could hardly bring myself to give up the coffee. "Finally I concluded that I owed It to myself to give Postum a trial. So I got a package and carefully followed the directions, and what a delicious, nourishing, rich drink It was! Do you know I found it very easy to shift from coffee to Postum and not mind the change at all? "Almost immediately after I made tho change I found myself better, and as the days went by I kept on Improv ing. My nerves grew sound and steady, I slept well and felt strong and well-balanced all the time. "Now i am completely cured, with the old nervousness and sickneaa all gone. In every way I am well once more." It pays to give up the drink that acts on some like a poison, for health is the greatest fortune one can have. Read the little book, "The Road to Wcllville," in pkga. "There's a Reason." BANKERS KNEW THEIR MAN In His Customary Condition, and No Further Identification Was Necessary. One day a big city bank received the following message from one of its country correspondents: "Pay $25 to John Smith who will call today." The cashier's curiosity became suspicion w hen a cabman assisted into the bank a drunken "fare" who shouted that he was John Smith and wanted some money. Two clerks pushed, pulled and piloted the boisterous individual into a private room away from the sight and hearing of regular depos itors. The cashier wired the country hank: "Man claiming to be John Smith is here. Highly intoxicated. Shall we await identification?" The answer read: "Identification complete. Day the money." Success Magazine. May Sell 100.000X00 Red Cross Ssals. Twenty-five million Red Cross Christmas Seals have been printed and are being distributed by the Amer ican Red Cross, and arrangements have been made to prlnl 100,000,000 if necessary. It is exnected that this number will be needed While the silcKer is perforated like those used last year, it is intended for use only as a seal on the back of letters, The seal Is one inch square with the con 'ventlonal Red Cross in the center and the words. "Merrv Christmas Happy NOW Year, American Red Cross" In a circle about it. The col ors are red and green. 'I!: by Mrs. Qulon Thompson bury. Conn., who received prize for her sketch. sign is a Slightly Mixed. Two Englishmen were resting at the Red Home inn at Stratford -on-A von. One of them discovered a print pictur ing a low, tumbling building under neath which was printed: "The House in hlch Shakespeare Was Horn." Turning to his friend in mild surprise he pointed to the print. His friend exhibited equal surprise and called a waiter, who assured them of the accuracy of the Inscription. " Hon my word." said the Englishman, shaking his beat ly. "I thought he was born ger!" Free Blood Cure. rvlni More to Be Pitied. Tramp (to lonely spinster) Come MiSitiH, arst yer 'usband If 'e ain't got a pair o' troi sers to give away. Spinster (anxious not to expose her solitude Sorry, my good man. he eh never wears such things. Punch. TRY MURINE EYE KEMEDY for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes and Qranulated Eyelids Murine Doesn't Smart- Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist; Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Murine Eyo Salve In Aseptic Tubes. LT,c, $1.00. Eye Hooks and Eye Advice Free by Mail. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. Tired Out. "Is the first edition of your novel exhausted yet?" "No. Why?" I "1 thought it might be from stand I ing so long on the counters." to uki.e on ma uKit AM) III U.li I T THE SVSTFM the 'J'll Mandard i.UoVfc.s TA.-l'KI.Kss 1 HI).!, TONIC Vmi know what jrou nr.- tsslng. The rnriii'iia Ii plainly printed on everv bol-tle, sliuwIiiK It la Miuily (Jhtnlne and Iron in'a taste less .'rnj. The Qiilrttno drives out tlto malaria and I lie, Iron builds up the system. Sold ! ail Jualors fur HO yean.. Price 60 centx. Its Advantages, "There is one appropriate use of a good poker hand." "What is that?" "It will shovel In the money." For HRAOAt Hli-Hleka' Clll lI'IC Wbether from Oolda, Heut. Stoniaeh or Nervous Troubles, t apudlne will relieve you. It's liquid pleasant to take acta Imtnetti' fttely. Try It. 10c., ajx;.. aud 50 ccuta at iItub storet-. Considering what most people are willing to do for money It's a wonder there are not more millionaires. Vh. Pierce's Pellets, vmsll, autrar- conted, eaay to take as candy, regulate nnd Invigorate atomach. liver an,' bow els. Do not gripe. Life ,s a grind, but the world is full of crank No Man is Stronger 1 nan tits Stomach A strong man is strong all over. No strong who is suttcriug from weak stomach wi:h its consequent indigestion, or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which im pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. When man "docsa't feel just right," when he doesn't aleen wi.ll b..a M .Lt . ' ' , ... ui. feeling in the stomach qfier Mtlmf - . '"'ifiuiu, nervous ent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. auen m man should use Dr. Pierce' a Golden Medical Discovery. It cares diseases of the stomach and other ortmna of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, invigorates tho liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes mervca, and so GIVES HEALTH AND STRCXGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. Yon Mn't afford to accept ttcret nostrum at substitute tor this non alci nolic medicine of enown composition, not even though the urpent dealt r , ...uW H nine oigger prone, PUTNAM Color mars goods bna Wsr and latter colors than am ''" w.woi rireing aaan. writs (MINCING PROOF OF THE VIRTUE OP Lydia IL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound What is the use of procrastinating in the face of such evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason havo you for not Riving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial ? For 30 years w e have been publishing such testimonial letters as these thousands of them they are genuine and honest, too, every one of them. Mrs. S. .1. Harbor savs: UlthinkLydiaS. Pinkham'i V ego. table Compound is the best medi cine in the world for women and I feel it my duty to let others k:ciw the yrood. it has done for me. Three years ago I hail a tumor which t.'ie doctor suid would have to be reuoved by an ope ration or I could not lire more than a year, or two, at most I wrote M rs. Pink ham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and took 14 bottles of Lydia E. Pink hum's Vegetable ( iompound, ami to d&the tumor is gone and I am a neiBCtly well woman. 1 hope my testimonial will be of benefit to oth ers." jurs. b. J. N. Y. , Scott, Mrs. E. P. Haves savs: "1 was under tlo doc tor's tr at ment forafll roid tumor. 1 sufli n d with pain, sore ness, bloating, and could not walk or stand on my reet an length of time. vv rote to Mrs. Pinkham for ail vice, followed her directions and took Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable I'o-day I am a well Compound woman, the tun mv whole avari r was expelled aud n strengthened. I advise all women who are afiiicted with tumors or female troubles to try Lydia E. Pinkltam's Veiretablo Compound." Mrs. E. F. Hayes, 1890 Washington St., Boston, Mass. For ,?( years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has bee-- tiiei standard remedv for female ills. o sick woman docs justice to herself n ho will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Pinkhain invites all sick women to write her for advisu-. Sli has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Pinkhain., Lynn, Musa. mmn-mrmmmmmmm The Rayo Lami) ig Thftre arnlamnt that THt STEADY KrWTE JL MwrlptlTeelraolartotne neareal agenot of the UCHT W. L. DOUGLAS 3 3Jo & t$4 SHOES SSoBfR BOYS' SHOES, $2.00 $2.50 AND $3.00. W.L.Ooufflaa $3.00, $3.50 ant! $4.00 shoos aro positively tho bos t inatto and most pop ulai' shoos for i ho price In America, and arc: Io von ro;l Ul lll.il 1,1V ..I:..... l...w U 30 years, tliat I make and Bell more . . . . ...... i.i, 1 , any """'r mntintaet tin-v in lb. iiui,i,iih,i UUAKANTKEi MVSlIOl; -, iuuk mm in Dcucivmd wear loiicer than i W.I.MI or S1.00 shoe, you ran liny: Onalltv UlHllO TnV .Iiiikb Tf!l.' I t' ,,. l.. ... n..... a n.i nneii It cornea thno for yoo t. pirrchaw another j.air, ran w ill !. mora t.ha nleaaed heaiua the tut nn. .. ...... ... .....n i :. . .-.. ., . . . CAUTION ! JL0 S iz roar tieaier aaoDOtiaDDlvvon with w i n.,.. . I.K.I Ul ill I 111 I lotennnlv mi .oi. IV I i Do You That the NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL turning out graduate who. as actentlflc farmera, teachers, are fn reai demand? That boai-d, lodging and tuition cost only J7 00 pi That graduate and under-grad nates are earning That jrou, young man, eanri.it afford to ml as tins Kor catalogue or free tuition write TODAY to JyiJJj( - wue ui mo iiesr equipped acnoola In the South. TIIK I. I((;KST TUP lllr -r . faeuliy. ktORB QRADUATKS IN POB1TION8 than all ..'lo r Business" h I BOOKKEXFINO, SHORTHAND and ENGLISH, Write for Handaome rata KIN; s BUSINEM COLI.BOR, Raleigh, North amllna, Chariot t Sort I UT Tfa alio taanh nonttaanlnu, Bhorthand, Panmanahlp, eto., by Hendfu ii, '. . man can be uilbUlutUKIIUiC ....a..:.i :s, irritable and despond ingrecicnts printed oo wrapper FADELESS DYES any othtr de. 0n 10c package colors all Hbors. Tha dr la COM water batter this ant other aW. isr irss osskist- Hats lo On. Blsach and at ii Colora. Mrs. Gcotzp May says one knows what 1 have suf fered from fe male trouble-i, ueura'pa puius, and baekfcehe. My doctor said lie could not Chv ru e lything to Imtrfl t. Thr.Miirh t!". ai vice of a frit 1 1 beu'an. 'inkham's vretrs- table CompouTid, and the pain soon disappeared. I continued its on ana am n Lydia E.i' w m nkhai perfect health. a8 Vegetable Com- pound nas been auoa-sena to mo as I believe 1 should 1 ave i. n :'n my grave, if jr had not been for Mrs. Pinkham's advice and i ;din E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." -Mrs. George May, 86 4th Av., raterson, N.J. Mrs. W. K. JToufJi Rrr s: 1 nave been Pit rely and of a Bevero fe. male trouble by Lydia E. Piofc bam's ' labia Compound) and want to roeom-mendittoallsof-fering women- -Mrs. VV. K. He : sit, 7 Last- view Ave . Cm leinnati. Ohio. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no pood, do not coutinue to suffer with out jriving Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound a trial. It surely Las cured many cases of female ills, suchas inflammation. nlceration,dia placements. fibroid tumors, irrepn Iarities,pericKliopains,backache,eic. 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