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Wai Getting Old. Cholly While I was calling on your daughter last evening, Mr. Butts, your dog growled at me. Old Butts Did he bite you? Cholly Oh, no only growled. Old Butts I'll have to get rid of him and get another. Never Said It. "I hear you have been saying you would take a great delight In attend ing my funeral." "I have never said anything of the kind." "I think I should prefer to believe the man who told me. "Very well; believe him, If you like; but I never said It. I should not think of permitting myself to be seen at your funeral." Turn About Fair Play. Attorney General Wlckersham was describing an unfair law. "The people under this law," he said, "are very much in the position of a young Washington attache. "As the attache was breakfasting the other morning, his servant said to him: " 'You are out of whisky, sir. Shall I get a bottle?' "Yes, I think you might, Jamca.' the master replied. 'It's your turn.'" VIMEDIA Eugene J. Relnhardt, M.D., 400 Central S. B. Blk., Denver, Colo. His Invention. Dr. Arthur William White of Yale delights in telling of his experience with an Inventor of the unletter- genlus type who came to the professor with a model of a perpetual motion machine. 1 "H'm: looks plausible," observed Dr. White, "but it won't work. What are you going to about gravity?" "Gravity!" said the visitor scorn fully. "Tell wlf gravity; we'll use plenty o' grease." HOMESEEKERS EXCUR8ION RATES TO TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO POINTS DUR ING 1911. , On the first and third Tuesdays of each month during the entire year The Colorado and Southern Rail way will sell round trip homeseekers" excursion tickets to a great many points in New Mexico and Texas at greatly reduced rates. Final limit 25 days allowing liberal stop-over privileges. For detailed Information, rates, etc., call on your nearest Colo rado and Southern agent or address T. E. Fisher, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo. DENVER DIRECTORY Dnll I I nnV Dealer In all kind of HER. DUN I. LUUn CHANDI8E. Mammoth cáta los mailed tree. Cor. 16th & Blake. Denver. cno one or Trade 5 MILLINERY run OHLL AND SILKS. Stock Wholesale cost $1,300. Ad dress Box 289. Denver, Colo. ASSAYS RELIABLE : PROMPT Gold. 76c: Gold and fill ver. 11.00: Gold. Hllvar end CODDOr. SI. 60. Gold and Silver refinnd and bought. Write (or free mailing sacks. Ugdcn Assay Co.. 1711 Tremont Street. Denver AgentsWanted I Field unllmlt led for these rapid sellers Agents can get rich with it. Every one you approach needs It. Nine out or ten win buy. sena tor proofs. They will convince you. 100 per cent prom. ROCKY MOUNTAIN CO. 20410 Emerson St. Denver. Colo. Reduced Round-Trip SUMMER TOURIST FARES to the PACIFIC COAST via The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad "The Scenic Line of the World." (50 from all main line points in Colo rado to Pacific Coast destinations. Tickets on sale dally to September 30, 1911. Final return limit October 81, 1911. Standard and Tourist Pullman Bleeping Cars are operated dally through to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change. Through electric-lighted train con stating of steel coach, Pullman and Tourist Sleeping Cars Is operated dally Denver to San Francisco via Salt Lake City and THE WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY without change or cars. For information regarding train ser vice, reservations, etc., call on local Rio Grande Agent or address Frank A. Wadlelgh, General Passenger Agent, Deliver, Colorado. RECIPROCITY PASSES SENATE VOTE STOOD 53 TO 27 CANADIAN QUESTION IS FINALLY SETTLED. MR, TAFT DELIGHTED BITTER STRUGGLE EXPECTED IN THE SENATE OVER WOOL TARIFF. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Washington. By a vote of 63 to 27 the reciprocal trade agreement be tween United States and Canada em bodied in the reciprocity bill that proved a storm center In two sessions of Congress, passed the Senate without amendment. A majority of Republicans voted against it. Of 53 votes for it, 32 were Democrats and 21 Republicans; of the 27 against, 24 were Republicans and 3 Democrats. This action settled the whole Ca nadian reciprocity question so far as Congress is concerned, and save for executive approval and the Canadian parliament's ratification, virtually made the pact the law of the land. Congressional practice will delay the affixing of the President's signature, The bill, having originated in the House, must be returned there for engrossment and for the signature of Speaker Clark while the House Is sit ting. The Canadian parliament has not yet acted on the agreement and with one exception, the provisions of the bill as passed by Congress, will not become effective until the President Issue a proclamation that Canada has ratified the pact. The exception to this procedure is In the paper and pulp section of the bill, which it is announced will become immediately effective when the Presi dent signs the law. An analysis of the vote showed that twenty four Republicans voted against the bill and twenty-one in favor of it, while three Democrats voted against and thirty-two in favor of it. "I am very much gratified and de lighted that the bill passed," said Pres ident Taft. "It indicates the increase of i utually beneficial relations be tween Canada and this country." The President received many con gratulations before departing for Bev erly to spend the week end. In reply to these he declared he was gettins entirely too much credit out of the matter, and that Secretary Knox real ly was entitled to the greatest praise. Senator Penrose ventured the pre diction that Congress would adjourn not later than August 9th or 10th A bitter struggle is expected In the Senate over the wool tariff. A wool revision bill already has passed the Democratic House. Several substitutes have been offered In the Senate and t vote will be taken. The wool bill was made the unfin ished business and was taken up im mediately. There were many ex changes of views on this bill, espe cially among the Democrats, and suggestion for a caucus was made. Nothing is settled, but the indica tions are there will be a Democratic conference before the vote on the bill The indications also are that the House bill will be voted down with out effort to amend it, and that sub sequently the La Follette wool bill already introduced in the Senate, ma? be adopted as an amendment to the House free list bill, ta be finally dealt with when the free list vote is taken August 1st. ITS STRONG POINT. De Auber Yes, I've Just finished that painting. Do you like the per spective? Orvllle Blunt Yes, It's great The further away you stand from It the better It looks! DISFIGURED WITH CRUSTS "Some time ago I was taken with eczema from the top of my head to my waist. It began with scales on my body. I suffered untold itching and burning, and could not sleep. I was greatly disfigured with scales and crusts. My ears looked as if they had been most cut off with a razor, and my neck was perfectly raw. I suffered untold agony and pain. I tried two doctors who said I had eczema in its fullest stage, and that it could not be cured. I then tried other rem edies to no avail. At last, I tried a set of the genuine Cuticura Remedies, which cured me of eczema when all else had failed, therefore I cannot praise them too highly. "I suffered with eczema about ten months, but am now entirely cured, and I believe Cuticura Remedies are the best skin cure there is." (Signed) Miss Mattle J. Shaffer, R. F. D. 1, Box I, Dancy, Miss., Oct. 27, 1910. "I had suffered from eczema about four years when bolls began to break out on different parts of my body. It started with a fine red rash. My back was affected first, when it also spread over my face. The Itching was almost unbearable at times. I tried different soaps and salves, but nothing seemed to help me until I began to use the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, One box of them cured me entirely. I recommended them to my sister for her baby who was troubled with tooth eczema, and they completely cured her baby." (Slitned) Mrs. F. L. Marber- ger, Drehersvllle, Pa., Sept. 6, 1910 Although Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are sold everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to Cutí- aura," Dept. 4 L, Boston. Honors More Than Even. Mrs. Patrick Campbell is not kindly Inclined to criticism of her work. At a rehearsal of a new play, one morn ing, her manager, Charles Frohman, Btopped Mrs. Campbell and said: "Mr. Campbell, it seems to me that those lines should be delivered thus," repeat ing the lines in question. Mrs.. Camp bell drew herself up and said: "Mr. Frohman, I am an artist." "That Is all right, Mrs. Campbell," replied the ur bane manager. "I assure you I will never reveal your secret" THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING. Talk No. 9. This common article fools many, Think of it, large bottle, little pinch of blue; fill it up with water. There you are. Does it look good to you? Buy RED CROSS BAG BLUE, a pure blue. Makes beautiful, clear, white clothes. . You will like it Large package 5 cents. ASK YOUR GROCER. - The Retort Courteous. Manager You prima donnas want so much for your services. Prima Donna And you managers want our services for a song. CURE THAT SORE THROAT Sore throat Is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the throat, and if this membrane happens to be at all sensitive a predisposition to sore throat will exist. Paxtlne Toilet Antiseptic is both a preventative and a cure for sore thrgat because it possesses extraor dinary cleansing, healing and germi cidal qualities. Just a little in a glass of water, used as a gargle, will quick ly relieve all soreness and strengthen the mucous membrane of the throat and thus overcome all tendency to sore throat. Paxtlne is far superior to liauid an tiseptics or Peroxide for all toilet and hygienic uses. Paxtlne may be obtained at any drug store, 25 and 50c a box, or sent postpaid upon receipt of price by The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Send for a free sample. . And Then He Escaped. "William," said Mrs. Peckem, stern ly, "did you ever stop to think that some one might steal me when you are away?" "Well," responded the poor husband, with a far-away look, "I was a little alarmed when a horse thief was prowl ing these parts last week." Mrs. Peckem stiffened up haughtily. A horse thief, eh?" "YeB, I heard that he carried off two or three nags from this district" And then Peckem made a bee-line for the door. 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