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FOREIGN. of Caller I thought you Bald your hahy could talk. Young Mother So he can, hut I'm thtt only one who can understand him. , Another Pressing Need. It'i well enough to devote a lot of time and a good deal of prize money to the composition of a National an them, hut what's the matter with giv ing us a National wedding march, too? Must we he forever Indebted to the marches of an erratic Bavarian and a visionary DeutscherT Here's an opportunity for ambitious native composers. Think of the pride that would fol low such an announcement as this: "The happy couple passed down the aisle to the pulsating strains of Boli var P. Gibson's exquisite 'Marche Nuptlale!"' Cleveland Plain Dealer, Government Regulation. "You've got poison In your sys tern," said the doctor to the patient who thought he had malaria. "Maybe I have," he admitted, "may be I have. I don't eat anything but what is guaranteed under the pure food law." Judge. An indirect result of the massacrs Chinese at Toreon In the revolution means the exclusion from Mexico of Celestials. Removing water Burroundlne thb wreck of the Maine in Havana bay was pracitcally completed when the wa ter in the cofferdam lowered eight een feet. Between the clergy and Socialists almost a war is going on in Naples. ine trouble originated when the priests denounced the sheath Kowns worn by women. Several were wound ed before the police stopped a row. The former president of Mexico. General Porfirio Diaz, is Dreoarinz to leave Germany for Paris, having been aavised by a consulting physician not to take the waters on account of his age. His health, however, appears ex cellent. FALSE HUNGER A 8ymptom of 8tomach Trouble Cor rected by Good Food. There Is, with some forms of stom ach trouble, an abnormal craving for food which Is frequently mistaken for a "good appetite." A lady teacher writes from Carthage, Mo., to ex plain how with good food she dealt with this sort of hurtful hunger. "I have taught school for fifteen years, and up to nine years ago had good, average health. Nine years ago, however, my health began to fall, and continued to grow worse steadily, In spite of doctor's prescriptions, and everything I could do. During all this time my appetite continued good, only the more I ate the more I wanted to eat I was always hungry. "The first symptoms of my break down were a distressing nervousness and a loss of flesh. The nervousness grew so bad that finally it amounted to actual prostration. Then came stom ach troubles, which were very painful, constipation which brought on piles, dyspepsia and severe nervous head aches. "The doctors seemed powerless to help me, said I was overworked, and at last urged me to give up teach ing, if I wished to save my life. "But this I could not do. I kept on at it as well as I could, each day grow ing more wretched, my will-power , alone keeping me up, till at last a good angel suggested that I try a diet of Grape-Nuts food, and from that day to this I have found it delicious always appetizing and satisfying. "I owe my restoration to health to Grape-Nuts. My weight has returned and for more than two years I have been free from the nervousness, con stipation, piles, headaches, and all the aliments that used to punish me so, and have been able to work freely and easily." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Read the little book, "The Road to Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's a Reason." Erer read the above letter? A new appears from time to time, -rney arc (canine, trae, and full of huataa latemt. WASHINGTON. Postmaster General Hitchcock has designated New York, Chicago, Boston and St. Louis as postal savings de positories, beginning August 1st. With only one little gunboat in the waters of Hayti to safeguard Ameri can Interests, threatened by a formid able revolution that seems spreading hourly, the Navy Department is mak ing a strenuous endeavor to rush ado quate protection to the scene. Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, will not be re quested by President Taft to resign but will be reprimanded, according to the consensus of opinion of visitors who talked with Mr. Taft. It is claimed Wickersham, who made the charges, exceeded his authority. On account of long drouth, Senator Warren has introduced a bill granting persons who have made homestead en- les in Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana and other western states, leave of absence from the date of the approval of the proposed act until April 15, 1912. The United States Steel Corpora tlon in. obtaining the Tennessee Coal & Iron Company and its Southern ore lands, "cinched" its monopoly of the ores of the American continent and tied up available fields for lndepend ent concerns, according to Chairman Stanley of the House steel trust in vestigating committee. There is no dodging the fact that Congress is anxious to avoid the con sideration of all legislation at this session except what it simply must take up. Statehood for New Mexico and Arizona, reapportionment, direct elections of senators, Panama Canal tolls, Panama Exposition matters, army legislation, conservation legisla tlon, the control of corporations, these are some of the things which are clam oring for attention and which seem destined to go over. The House bil. amending the tariff law to permit the return free of duty of domestic auiniulg temporarily ex ported, Including pet dogs, was favor ably reported to the Senate by the committee on finance. Louisiana planters and producers of sugar are making a determined stand on the traiff before the House sugar trust committee, declaring that a re ductlon of sugar duties would ruin the domestic production of cane sugar and that free sugar would annihilate both the cane and bet sugar industries of the country. At the request of American Miniate Furniss at Port Au Prince, the United States will send another gunboat to Haytlen waters to protect Americans and their interests now seriously threatened by the revolution against President Simon. There will be introduced in the Sen ate a wool tariff revision bill by Sen ator Smoot of the Senate finance com mittee. 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