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, WEDigitDAt, itOTlMBMi 8, 1111.
SUFFERED FOR YEARS OWE HEALTH TO PE-RU-NA flany a matron hut ttnnthinct! Hi day of he comely appearance by taking Petun. To b beautiful. the body mutt l) kept clean internally ui well At xltrnr'ly. Perunn pro duces clean oweeut membranes, tho bssls of facial symmetry, and a elesr, healthy complexion. - sssBffil lJJl-' gHHIw "" lt law flHiK illlllHfe Bf.: ' . JJ-USS HHTIc7.BdCAPVj. llilct-nnl ( itlnrrli, Mm ihfini.. Worst!!, 11 Jllver i ' ClHrMsborg, V. Vn., writes: 1 mi truly u Hist 1 Iwvo been in, i iuh-nit(l itir ua iif perunft I f- I better ihnn i liHVt for two It h the ! a0ittW f tint I Kfin r.r Inlrmsl rntSrrh. When 1 limn taking I 'Tim i hiIiI ihnt i ' 'i. i IihiI finietinl tnktti iho llrst UHI. It w ilnlitic in good." SicU lleadnelie. Ml Nlll It. Itogardtis, It. F. tj. ..I, WoMllnld, x. V. we rltco ( i nuvii iurn i great sufferer from sirk hendiiolie. but lint now entirely fr.-o from time trouble. I have nut I I' iu well in ten rum as 1 do now. I would rowmmtnil Peruna and Manalln to ii H sufferer;." (allied Appetite nil Strength. MIkh Julia Itutler. Appleton, Win., wri "My sister ndvtsd mo. to try .Ptruna. I toiik your treutmoiit unit I my nnnntlto ritliiriitil iiin.irtilv- I nnil flesh and it in In llii-m Mi Julia Thorn sho Hint- hn' Hie. Mm. ttlinll ro.tialn I another American woman wlioen fnnir 1 crow I tilt in the Mullen of thi art quarter Hln m cainiit much mono wore they any. than some men who marry model. iMrlii always known when n new fneo appears In (ho Mont.narirc lion init It iloeld'l kiiow mill pet bap dormi't raro what becomes of tho fflfn ihnl dlsapprim. Welcome hero iilnotiK tho nrllsl nro always cordial Tew car nro turned to llalcti to n nrcwoll Hn iho new model arrlvo und tnkcd her jiltuo In tho circle, nnd Hip other 14 Iom In Iho nhndow nnd I BMlie (nrever Whon'T Vl VerR DouMllm tiled of con. tiiliiiitlnn. wllh'n foMuno In Jowol tin ilei her pillow, nnd ' Juno" Ilnyloy. the fainouM "llncchittilo" whleh mupii i he Kood toul of I'urllnn llos- ton married n rolfco iilantnilon In ,1m it nnd wlllt It ii colonel with brlat Itittt inuitnrhloH and n lovo lor thing comiviil And Mabel livinff, who owed for Iho cntlirAllltiR ' Hliinor or lletnier una n mtch wn sold to J. I Mop pi n for I9S.00V. died In un ntiloinoiilla ncel'lont. Kmll Travon in mafcltiK n ithoppliiK pnlile lor vlnlt- nip Americano and la KettU'K uiouk. Icrhnpa It U n wvll to atop the merit Ion of tinmen liore. Mtirli roiihl ho written bul itiinm thlnRa hud but ter not tju wiliI Tho nun doe not aliine oil ho lime, en-ii In I'arlit aiiKiuit 'ho HMiillon MI.rM.ViW Mr O. D. Itlhlnnn, JO M VtUx Mtrfi. llrooklyn, K Y.. writes; "f Imwi liiken IVriinn nnd II tlld me more good limn all my Iho jraiV IreatHM iil by hpM-lul plixsh luni. I inn nuily Ml) tm I f lu NiiotlitT permit. Xo moro nuollm feet and limb-'. So um MmtlnK of tlw HMometi, Xo moro short nri.1 of l.rcmli, Xo nioro Miff ami Mro Joltttn, Von hno no Men what jour iniitinent into clone for mo. SJ. l'."l"J-L iK?" i'"ioiiKrti my lire nnil iimilc u nw uomnii if tm" AUTIES OF PARIS ARE AMERICANS CONK LET THREE MILE BRIDGE Structure to Span Famous Hell Gate in New York Harbor; Will be 140 Feet From Deck line to Water Level. TS ARE OVER A STRANGE El Kansas Farmer Unearths Skel ctons of Race of Ken Who Ave UnknowR to Ethnolog ical Authorities. juoiIkiii i'H)-, Kim s An MhimluRii myetury In ' -n mtroV erril on tho fnriii t Julm Nottind, fcvernl mllrii northw.t it thin ilty In the '-enter of Mr. "1ndn wheal field wan ii mound wh h lie de tiled to Ivvel -mil white down he un uv erid rtl littiimn kuilii und ii lurilo nwniMT tit honwi 'fxl t etli One t th akufljaand Je ivf Iho thUli iHitnn, ajSreni fl "m til , mini' iit'oii. wcro vi un i j.u i IniJIcsilnt; that tho prr.i. it Inc ti of gliiiinile ii tutu re, Hi, ti . KjH Ik iiri-et throttrth the 'w id in eral ruund troll", iii.irtiii r ill iiiiim n iv.MiM tin in. in' k; annul niiui fr . ,iii ii ihotzlin. Of mi t'nknoHii lime, Vi'tfUH who fiayt vaiiuiud thf bKuiim i Ih!)' d'lml mi'inblv thu nrilliiir IndfHn nkuli und tlie uU nemo ui Imllnn weiip-n and utetixila would iin to indlatc hnt the Ui.ni were not ti."-i of ludlQiit AlthuuHh u uruful ni-ur Ii un nnuk, no linn. i n rellca wuri found iilitu the , Bit n. altlnniRli tiurr nj u' brown ! Mlfry UU)itnii. i Unit nuglill linvr Oil n aimmI, Tiie oldcM hi ttiirn, ' liow. vi r. Mt) that the) ilu imt tc ' nicniu.r ol any jylillu peraoua lutMus burled there. Thu ipt. tion now I, ot what nut) wcro tin.uo who were burUd there? i The tnoulid was about Ilvn feet In dlami'ter und about ttw fvet high It wua vovercd wlTli ood, with an ;e envlutml Mono protruding When 2tlr Xohin Marled to lovel It he found that ulHiut elKht Indira underneath the nod who u roijk, won lie kept tllK Ktnis thu dirt aw'uy, luilowtnK tho liu hud unearthed the wall. Then ha ImHHI PgVSPHHaLHpnjBviiBtaj IINNYRRriul New York. Nov. 8. CnlrnetH for the Meet work fur the Hull tfato brldtte nnd approach vlndui-tn have been uwardvd to tho Amerlean llrldRO eompany. Thla mnann that a brluiro tin-en milea lonir. thu larueflt Mrttetura of the kind ever attempted, will be alone, until l.nlll In Plllnlinrcr nnil tt-linnntreil liV UliuUl hulf of rail lo thla oily for erection. Tho on- Marttti ui me lop. wm n wo Miuimy tract call for the completion of tho J concave, nnd gave eudem-wt of on"o bridge within two yeant nnd a half. havinK been urched over DlBKlnir Th Xew York. Xew Haven ft Hart- ,,own m..t,, ctMvr' . cam? "'0,M . i " ,. i .i . many we I prcaervco aKiiim una oonea ,"" ?uV22tn? LZ .i, .m T ,n P" Olffewm Places within tho the underlakln. Tho nrtlllGl.il envo. Tho roof had oppar- W?" 'hu N.C 1 .V nt.y been caved In for many year at Port Morrl, the Panneylvnnla ,,',,, ,, ,,,. .... ,,ro. lae IVlo-o Co. HH Jt General Dlsirihuturs ALRUOUE10UE, IS. 2VIEX. New Mexico Queens of the French Salons Are Many of Them Natives of This Country; They Who Flash and Pass Into Shadowa Tail. Nov. S -Olio would think Hint llwo woro native buatiUc iioitsh and to npuro lo liivplr tho an e n arhool, but stronio to nay, 1r re lire not. I'm In i coiutidlli'd to km In Iho I nul Simon lor hor tirnipliH nnd iiaindi lu-i prlncrtaHoo und poitHnule, nnd even for her anlnta and clniiors. Mid tho American aupply nuvt-r run nuort. naM tbu Ohio bmiu Journal, j Kunnlng iptlckly down the Hat ot vtiodt'ls) that huvo slvuii u Now York. Hi Iju1h or Chicago touch to tho liut. In ipturtor, otto Hilda Iho iiatiie of Jllti ino Tin-hot, who only yeatordny bo iiimo iho w-lfo ot Abel Hoo. tho rtptieli palntor Two or tlitoe joar nuu thin youiiK womnii was tmecn of Ho earn lull in Now Oi loans -nn hotu v, ilmi iloeH not conio with tlto iih1:1ii nnd p was n uniural Mep from a ' loitt to a podeMnl. Tho upoko of bur na it near-Trilby Hhe tctlroa to U etu tlio, und an lluyi KOod-itaturi.nl nnil j-onpcrotia. It Ix called a huppy mnleli J.i Mo Mllluii Ik'Utn'H romance. whK-ii beKan at the Tiffany booth nt tio l.ipOKition. ha btotipht out, leav ing only tho iidhc of rtwrt-t -IMJim Lillian in a souIuk of dlattiunda. ihe fflirt nimd of Hie World's l-VIr Yls i Inu Vin-i-leaim iltowered her with lit It at'entlona until hor nmialbln head waa m dtinstor of hoi ok turned. M Toner Painter atopped ui hor onti" one day nnd purchased a ' Ml" Hhe wnHtruok 1 thu-wlatf ol I j -K in tlioRlrl's i'yea. ill ton alt n u modtjl for a ifnlnt 1ns asked the woman of wealth. Vi o a, If you wum me to," return ed tin maid. The next day ho rodo b 1'iiid tho Potter llv-r to the altidlo o "..mint for hor ilrttt ooe, und hot min'M won iiaaiirwi. Other furniture for tho little neat In which they wcro to live wcro nrovkJed Mm. Henry lilaphant, Mrs. Frank Oardnor miu .mih. tuoiiiuh walah uiaklnir tho orrniiRonienta titeroior And now. wldowod, and with lltllo nioiitha lo ford, alio alauda nt a pea mil and candy booth In l.tuin Tark, which oihor Roneroim Amerlcnna pur-1 rhiiHiil for hpr. I'oor l.llllnn llcii n! When a bis cnah order come lo an nrllat for n tnnnts of Oriental charao lor, n clavo or tho Nllu country or a blacL beamy in a runn mi at a ami port of Tripoli, Uilna Howard, onco n iiulxhbor of Ucorgo Vnndvrbllt at Aahuvlllu. X. C, bocomca tho tnodol. Today alio u an Kgyptlan, tomorrow n l)ab Ionian, and perlmpa the next day a maid of tho Turk'K harem Horloua an toum! her in a clr-.-ja and look hor front tho fl)lii(t irapote, upon which f Tio and hor tonmiuato had won Homo fame When alio played Turin the do. tferted iho bin canvas for tho Kiunller one and Ihim boun a model ever aluoe Khe httB iho beauty of the mia, nnd It la seen In nuch largo pulntlntta u HocIk-riohho dollchu in niako. Now and (hen alio ulltm Into nonu nion and entortnltm her Irluuda lu tho colony with n datodovll act. tnJalbeiTfl undo Atittito .The Tojo pliono Imp," which wcin the National Hoelot.v'a first prlte luxt year, had Margaret Compton an n iiiodol. Mar ltare.1, tho whalor'a daunliler, hos tho dlhtlntloii of havlttit been nearer to (ho North Polo Unit) any American child, tho Incident occutrlnK on her falher'M d!iIi. And now alio poac-n souii'lltrn-s for Iho hair, liiinieiliuoH for tho luut ami hlioulilera. nnd iiomo tinntn alio iKises for Iho IuurIi. lloaitlluo Trniploton' atory, which wo may not hear from her own Hp, la that h!ip wan a itovi-nteaa In the fain ily of a wealthy si IiuIh browor, and that ihero waa an oionnuteni and then alto camo to I'aria. Thla much 1 known. ler feen ior ponlllg ttlo hapa the htahoat ehaiaed and rwfu oil. Twenty dollar n altllnir la her (inure, and alio sometimea mtikeu mi a day, Kho U u VulKr In art. 11m Il6ire U tiitilo(iie Hhe tldec to lie: alttlnKa In n privmo nutomobllo, lth a maid at her ulc, and maintain sipartlticntl In tho faahlonublo pun of iho t,nwii. Julia Smith or, ua alio la known hero, Mouii Do Ira ktiowa no rival whoti It cotiKM). for Instance, to impur Minatlnp tho ouiir Chrlatlttn iitartyr In tho uretttt Joan of Air being hurtl ed ai tho stake unythlntr. In tact, jvhor ayes ripllfted to heaven me oi omnia) to tho couipoxltlon. And Julia Smith row to Rlrlhooil in Kaai Twon- (v.tlilr.l alrnol In vnin nwn N'nu' Vnrk und tht waddlnis day was net. VhttjWootl forltino haa beon lion. Heroro u MinrmlnK lllilo function tho mar j hivla do Charnuncs died ho boijueaih rlaga wjta, .MnmiKer Kuhn of Tit- ed to hor two picture of hersolf dono Dnny'a jsavo tho tsltl away. Chaimccy t In hl Jicat itlyla. Hocontly two ad Dopcw, Riity and callahl. was ono ot mlrura of Iho dead master' work tho wltncaHOB, Commlnslonor Teck learned of tho oxUlAnco of th,o pic--watt the nfhrr. And tho flow-era and turea and. tho (lory la retailed In tho tfrl'A trourwwu, am oven tho iho ntudloi, alio got $10,000,000 for Mining News MoroIIoii. track in Qiieena county and the eon- u.c,t(l ,,'y ,no fMcn Mont rfmame1. ""'"k " vv..w.. j Tho flndlnit of thine bones Inter- tested Mr. Xotan, wiO continued his Vhrn tho brldto I completed, It oxenvatlnns until ho had completely will bo powdblc for the Pennsylvania Uncovered the ortlflolal mound or railroad to run trains from ChlcaKO cairn. It Is elrculur In shapo and Is iindrr tho JUiilwin river, under Man- nbotit thirty fewt in dlumutcr. Tho hallan Island, un.ier tlto nasi river 10 wulls, which ore tun feet lliioK ana " Ur.V ,'" of the deodwoad mines nt MoroIIoii ionic isiana ami inenco, otter curving iour roct lit iiutsnt, ure con.triiciro " - ........ northward t hrotiBh Lonix Island Clly, of aurfuco Slone whleh inlaht huvo I 'troinHo mm unii.i.si......... bark urritfis tho Cast ri.'tr by way ot luc-n drauaed from tho 1 Cll dale brldKo to the N-w- York, ' Mono was Isld Just Xntv ltuvi n & Hartford railroad, thu around und no which wilt carry them on to lloston. In slmplnc or dreiwlntt, II. Tho lower t A contract has ten-let ror unvniK .. 0J ton. frm wnPj, a c Of llliy IHIt-HII Dim 'll- ff.jM.lrvll.KlAM frntn HftMlliI 10 lliunes to u iooi in uitcanws. wioicrouit. ,iftv tlull. .. m. nMiilwr nr. bMnir perlor, but rxp ts to inrrease !lp. ndvanco I from t'llrly to ZT, fet. Ten meniH to ;.0u t ms u month. Tli- men are employed operating thrert KlKhty.Klv.- cumpany will Inn.t In a ehifts. The ma'n or shoot discovered lurcer nlr eom pressor. TJie otic now in tho upper level -will bo reached In In use will keep in el drills nnd th about Hlio feet Mrllior. mejKrll! drill sharpenrr at work. Too new eomprcesor U to kep twenty drills hoIiir:. Hoeorro. Hxlenslve dvelopnient ombtnd with tho rtgitlor mill tgnnapo Is tax- Tho oaks rompatiy has started u , lh t,a,1lcUy uf tjio' present hoist "'Ines l MoKolloo ?:ff;" l-V.rt!15.!l'l...,?7.t.!! ito in utmost: therefore, during this wniull inlEUt nuve I "Hn ; ,iI,l.Binimien. imrlnd thu nianneument u ill), nearby Tho Tho Krlno Mtn n 'ntpaneon. J""" apoJiTon Z it as It came front " ; Si:il?V1""0 "r 0"n" itho mill to trN.tinB ous.o... urea. Ore . hammer was used Hates and bullion. jtreefed Hi past, woek on tho ljtjnei- Tho first passeniter trnlnn likely to uso j layers ur courses am uf larKer stones, MO feet west on tho 100-fout levor (mctx nirnit proiliift thla route will bn those runnlnit bi-ifour or flvu feet ucross und from six , tho initio, woiktnif shaft on Hie Trllbyj -. . ..rrirvii. I .1.- I .....I...- ... .. .,, ,.. l.nV,.w Tlw. .-.-..... t 1 : -! mern i?oniun uiki iiiv hiuih. PtKKcd for filttlngs nnd Willi ly for llll'lll, paid artists lniml- Mti Ihcja 4.4IHanuln Uio .Jiojjcht In. fame, loll In love with ti air: SslitiR iniilli from openhaevn whoso anitil'ion waa greater than his talent, ol rujt "Btrvnw Qulnlnm Lmxmttvm Mrmm Qukthm . .t .. . . .. . j i Always remember thu full jimmAi twr r JUook, 2oo. a mum im mw my Tho ttreatest span of tho bridae ts to l one thousand feet lortff and II" fout above Iho water. Tiio Women- Political trtilon has eneaised CameHlf Hall for tho oven- lug of November 12. In order that the suirrnnlstH may have an opportunity to nay tood-by to Mrs. Tankhurst. who salbt for Knalaiid the nt day. 'Tlila meeituir will bn an Important oedisliin," said Mrs. Harriett .Mtanton Itlat'ilt. iiresldent f tin. union, 'lie eatist. Mrs. Tankhurst Is leaving in till time to i;o hoim- to orluln vic tory, or to a resumption of militant methods." Objifteil to Hiilfrsxctlo XiirMK. Terinlsslon was arauti-d Mrs. o. II P. Ilolinont yesterday by Justtca Hlacktnar of tho supremu court ut Mlneula to forrchwe a inortB.iRii on Hut Hempstead hospital for (30,000, which formerly wits held by tho Heiupstevd bank lllnl Hlokirsoil C Utlllltha. sr Tho new Institution had hivti dolnu n uooil biistneas when Airs, iieimoni instatlnd women Internes, who wto said to bo of tho nurfruBelto typo. That luelilent marked tho beglnnliiK o; Hie end of the Hempstead hospital. Mrs. Helmont kept tho. hospital 50tnj for some llmo. then closed It doors. Mrs. lklniont said that the people of Hompticad didn't want a liospllnl, didn't take tiny Intercut In It, or sup port It. A (itnvass umonn thono who formerly were Interested In tho work, however, dlseloscd that the women In ternes were tho eauso of tho boycott. Here'n un Ktrttso for Huslmods. A heavy load of moral responsibil ity should never bo foisted upon a man In the Itrst flush of youth. If It Is. hn is almost sure lo Id It slide- oft when he arrive at year of matur ity, and all sorts of complications aro liable to follow. Mary Austin, who wroio ' Tho Arrow Maker." explained these things and several othrrs to tho members of the l-filslatlve league yes terday nt tho Waldorf-Astoria. "I hrtvp been spending a Rood deal of Hum lately nt the domestic rela tions court," Mm said in elucidation of her statement conrenilng tho over freighted yoiinjr man. "and havo Ion rued that In n creat majority of east tho man of 40 or thereabout who niunu will. ll"l .ju.iii.uu, unu ui.i- lux l,,.n nlMFlml 111 tllft Klmft-J - n..in.n.i 1 ....... ... . ,..,.,1-V. --' ently had been picked off the surfae of tho many ledes In that part of tho country. Wlthla these 10-foot wulls waa a circular uhambcr, about ten feet In dluiiu-.ir. und It wus In this that thu I'l.iits wero found. A passage three feot wldo was found to lead Into tho room from tho outside. Tho room must havo been four feet high bu fore tho roof Had cavod In. ii MMOhTAL 8" 41 IN ALL Tim third V at the IiMidwood mine. Tho stuui. i. t,elaa- Instntleit. thi will bo eurrled to tho, 00-fpot level. , wjiaj, ar on route fr 11, lliv lllllllii wu-nw,.7 ... ... small hoist, production will have to bo rQihtcod Whll InkliiKi.u'ntll a lirgur hot?(in plant can ba fiftfalUd. nurlmr SaptMiiber tiio Soeorro the tn-r- W tfl- IA Venus otf t '.sines, jjomtmtqr and eompressot1 ar. Iif Hllr Csty ahd wilt ' , i aiHl Out as soon as tminis can he secured. on the MOBOilon cioid tt, uotlPr On the Osks eompany tSte new blacksmith hop at Main Tunnel Is nearly completed. Tunnel hcadlnj: I HdvuuclnR tedlly. Material has been delivered to tho Paeltls mlno for blacksmith shop. Hound limbers aro on tho (.round for te-tlmberlnff shaft nt south ot mine. mines trvittod t.Mv tons of ore. A company, urratixem.nt havo been wivlnir of bettor than 93 per ont of . modo with th peadwood manaBe- tlio assay valuu I bslnc mad. tlerrlllos. rin, Huiiioit MlnliiK and Hmeltlns m nt lo handle twenty tons of oro fielly from the Ultle Oharlle uilno1 w bull bus been pr-iducliur hlpdliK List Kept Up to Date by Bio logical Survey, Shows Near ly Half Hundred Shot by Hunters This Year. WoshlnKton. . The so-called "list of Immorlu' ' of the I'nlted States IMologlrHl survew roster kept by that bunau.nll hunting fatalities in lhi couiitrJ already this ear has hud ndded to Us forty seven names. Trnni this Information tho bureau hope after, few yearn to b able to r, ducA peneal prin ciples which win lie of'valuo in rnitn In "life savins federal nnd stale same laws. B "Olio fact whlrh wo 'hai'e learned In the three iam we havo kept this record." said Hr T. 8, Palmer, chief of tho bureau. PwlnyV Vis tftat there are praclh nil' no doer JiuntlllB aril dents In stabs which prohibit the shoolltiK of dor This) Is because lu those statm thr hunter hesitates a moment before firlnir to determine whether the animal Is n doe or a buck. In eas the animal happens to bo of tho :-legxcd variety that brief pause before pulllns; tho. trlkucf Is enough to save human! IHW Tho new' Jersey shooting eara was ait excep tion In that rule rmiiiinni- ruonittli- uniulrcil Urn old 1 or.- Mir Some lllllO. lllo TOCK will UB romollihited properties at Orrlllo nipoekd on burr a dlstanoo of rtbOilt I Santa Po county. A roport on thoja mile. This extra tonnago will . i property stattw that the ore body al- low- tho IModwood mill to operate at Ir.i'dv Worked out Is iimtily sullltrtnt,nc"H ft cnpucltY durlnj? tho llt-xt It'. J istlfy the eroellon of a eonecn- few months wbllo they aro roncetilrtit itrntor In conjunction with the smeller, j Inn wOk In tho mltiu. On the fluid The titui.-veii.pd ore Is ns aood or uel- cr Mines company, tno lower invei t-r I ban Unit nlrsndy blmiken out. and 's now in me irn; wie nwmy rpio in tho eotutiatiy Is going nlie.ul with tho; proposition on u big scale and will A TYPICAL CASE A sixteen year Old boy studied shorthand three months and then lie can working for tho Snntn Fo railroad nt J70 per month. An older hrotlmr haa worked for yean for tho nauio toad oa an unskilled lalxiror, and gets only X40 per month for his services. It you woro In tho condition ot tho older brother, what would you dor Ixi us suggest you go right cow and take a courso of bookkeeping, busi ness training. Bhorthatid, typewriting or telegraphy at tho Tyler Commer cial collogo of Tylor, Texas, tho Ian; est nisil best snhool ot tho kind (it America. If you can't ro, wrltn for full particulars of their home study cotirsw. For palna In Hip Mo or chcal dam pen a ploeo of flannel with Cham berlain's liniment ami bind 11 on over tho scat nf pain, Thorn Is Rottilnic bettor For salo by all drug-glsta. More than ono hundred. nnd fifty persons were killed last jfiii In hunt- .... ..... . ,i,ii , v v , ,.,.. r- & lip vm, "t- . I ,lt S'sshSTs lnr thenumb Hn 1W9. her beauty haa faded and rof to t rh , 0 cent , M. support hor any longer, so that sho MM of e Jm fatojuff,. has to appeal to the courts, was com- -of tho 7 killed, so far this pened to o to wwk wnen ne ws i 'yeur .- ,rt,(l tJoetor Pa'wer, "tho ar- number wcro reported from or It to help maintain his parents or . ... .. j. ti ft... 1 w broilers nnd sisters. W h time h reaches middle llfo hU moral muscles, w hleh wrro strained, and stretched be yond their proper capacity when Ihey were still soft and untrained, have hceomo feebV?, If they havtm't snap ped entirely, and he rnn't lie depend ed upon for anything." Mlihlaaii. with fiftnen deaths, New- York coming second "wHi i'l"- Washington nnd N'ew' Jersey heltnf tied for third phu-o wkh three fatnll lli s earh." Irregular bowel m7t 'd to ehronlo constlnatlln atfi eMttpaled Mrs, Austin admitted mat what she habit nil the system1" "iniriiies, had lust'sald wasn't Ktiieratlr known. IIIHIIDXH Is a ureat Wwl regulator. but h, added that It was nevertheless j It purl He the rysestsvVl the nbwdutely true, Hhe was sure of it. blofrl and nut th .tii'ri ern (Jioeattso shb had spent twenty years ; In flnn vlgorotw ftotnHMii Trleo 50e. studj'liig Just audi problsmi. , 8old by all druggist. opwn u brunch otltee lu Kl Paso. It ts said. flocorro. The Trt-tmillnn wet mill Is shut down undergoing some repairs. Tho old Kelly Icuno I being worked by iho It Tlr-bulllon. Thoy nro piparltig loll tram tlto sulphide ore by aeiial trrin-lj way to the mill. The Hernmny Is working ua usual sinking their sftnft : T nml nro malting good headway. The lnoltburs tunnol under the uwnacc mont of p. f nordon. Is -working along line. Tlto contractors at tho Contact shaft have enootiniered so much water that tliJ' have Iihui unable to sink for n week and they nro going to In stall n new station pump In placo ot the one they now huvo as tho old nn" -X cannot handle tho water. Colfax. Several eontrnutora from Denver, Trinidad and other points In Colorado arrived on No. t to b present nt tho bidding on several piece of construc tion work that will bo dona In tho lif.ui ftiliirA fni. Mia Ytinlr.n Vi(a1 nnil KAlltfl 1... nn,! 'KflilrH ninniinlr. Tlin llrsi largo piece' of work lo be dnnn Is the straightening-out of tho Hantu T F and r.astcrn Mght of way leading: , up tho left bratioh nf Huwsrlte ranyofi t to the new oiimp of Wugarllc. Ho , ginning at n point near tho plaeq ( , . where tho lower lee hnttue Mood, tlta , ' ' several curve In the line loading up ; ! to the fiugarlto mines thraoquarten . of a mllo above, will be eliminated by ' J ; bringing eugorno cretK una mniii talttlng a straight lino to the camp, contractor V'. A. Colo and a force of workmen loft with severs teams for He Moines, from whleh place he will work t)ils wny, loading ties nnd bridge Hmbirs from tho Kar.tn Fa and Krtnt ern. Twelvo thousand He lie at He Moinea and n largo amount nt rail road equipment scattered along the. I. no from Clinnln,ham station eAst, will be shipped lo the cantp nt Ynjhkco fur use In' bulldlne- new switchyard. The work of loading- will require about two weeks. Oraht. 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