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TT' T I OF ACTRESS AMERICA'S FIRST ENDOWED PLAYHOUSE. PKAI5ES PE.nu.KA Parent Taks Them to Cerman Labor Market, Whers They Ara Impeded Like Cattle, Food 1 Products CHILDREN SOLD AS FARM SLAVES. O K'J IS 9 1 Peerle SO Dried Beef Unlike the ordinary dried beef that sold in bulk LIbby's Peerless Dried Bee! comes In a sealed glass jar in which it is packed the moment it is sliced into those delicious thin wafers. None of the rich natural flavor or goodness escapes or dries out It reaches you fresh and with all the nutri ment retained. LIbby's Peerless Dried Peel is only one of a Great number of high-grade, ready to serve, pure food products that are prepared in Libby's Creel White Kifcbco. Just try a package of any of these, such as Ox Tongue, Vienna Sausage, Pickles, Olives, etc., and see how delightfully dif ferent they are from others youhaveeateru Llbby, McNeill 4 Libby, Chlcaoo Englishmen In Canada. It Is not true, as reported, "that all Englishmen are disliked In Canada. "We try to like them ell. Apart from tie Socialist, a hopeless exotlo In this climate, the only type of Eng lishman who Is disliked on principle 1s the broken-down dafdy. He can not dig or do anything, else, bat is cot ashamed to borrow on the strength of his connections. Wherever he goes the Englishman ot the right sort holds hie own and more. Winnipeg Corre spondent of the Manchester Guardian, NO MIED TO CUT CORNS. Just paint them with Abbott's ast jjt man cobs rimr, following directions on the bottle, and you'Jl hare no more oorns. It cures hard corns on top ot the toes, soft oorns between them, bunions or sore, cal lous spots on the feet without outtlng, burn lng or leaving any soreness. 35a. at drug atores or by moil from Tbs Abbott Co., Eavaanah, Ga. ANTICIPATION. "You look pale end thin. What's ot yer?" "Work! From morning tUl night, nd only a. one-hour reef." "How long have you been at it," "I begin tomorrow." Ulk. ) ALWAYS. "Pa, what's preferred stock?" "The kind we didn't buy when we look at the list Che morning after our order has been filled." Chicago Record-Herald. To Drive Out Malaria aud Build U the System Take the Old Standard Qrovs's Tastb-i-bss Chill Tokio. Von know what yon are taking. The formola is plainly printed on every bottle, allowing it ia aiuiply Oui nineand Iron in a tmitttltKM form, and the most effectual form. For grown people aud children. 30c. - THE ANSWERING BKTDCT. "Are you going to answer the accu sations your enemies have made?" '1 think not," replied Senator Sorg hum. "As rule, answering accuse ttorts monoly helps to ktep the pubHc from forgottlng them."' Washington Star. Hick Cepudlne Cures Nmonxne, W hether tired out, worried, overworked, or what not. It refreshe the brain and nerve. . It's Liquid and pleasant to tak. loc., 25c., and 5oc., at drug stores. Illuminating Gas. -' Like most other Important inven tions or discoveries, that of Illuminat ing gas takes us back through, de vious wvs and to' many points. Cut we get very near the head waters of the queetion In the Rev. Mr. Clayton, of England, who. In 1739, published a paper in the "Philosophic! Transac tions'1 detailing his experiments with the gapes obtained by the deooenpos! i:i.n of p" coa' ln heated close ves scls. lint Mr. naytn bad mnds the d-:-'overy linfr before this date, as lie ali'Jdes to It la a Wtr adJreised to th eocl.-ty in .May, 1CSS. The A:'!e;ic:iu. Si' t : I: V P L : i THE "NEW THEATRE" (COST, APPROXIMATELY $1,250,000). IN PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION AT CENTRAL PARK WEST AND SIXTY-THIRD STREET, NEW YORK, AS IT WILL APPEAR WHEN COMPLETED Leslie's. IN THE PUBLIC EYE. 1 utr -f- : 'rt V v J J CHARLES N. HASKELL, The First Governor of the New State of Oklahoma. Rabies. The "mad dog" season begins with the warm weather, to continue as long as beat, dust, noise and neglect strain the nerves ot dogs and men. A homelees cur, kicked by a cruel or thoughtless boy, runs barking through the street. A child Is bitten, and the panic-stricten bystanders assure it that hydrophobia will de velop. If their victim is sufficiently impressionable its death follows, and another "mad dog scare" is well un der way. ' Just at present StateVIslaifd Is In dulging in one of these unreasonable and dangerous frights, with the aid and assistance of certain health au thorities. The alarm of the people is not to be wondered at, but the fact remains that physicians disagree as to the existence of the disease rabies, while men acquainted, with dogs are almost unanimous In declaring that no such thing as the "mad dog" of popular Imagination ever existed. Mr. Freer, of the Society for the Pre vention ot Cruelty to Animals, asserts that ln fourteen years-the agents of. the Boclety have been bitten not less than 15,000 times, and that not once have - the symptoms of rabies fol lowed. Wounds caused by animals are not more dangerous than wounds result ing from falls or blows. They should be cleaned promptly and thoroughly, cauterized or rendered aseptic ln some other way, and kept clean while healing. If these precautions were always taken, and people would stop talking about rabies, the "mad dog season" would soon cease to occupy an important space ln the calendar. New York Sun. KHYOER PASS, HISTORIC -e.- " t I i ( ; i A Curious Musical Box. In the South Kensington Museum In London is a curious musical box. It was originally the property of Tlpu (or Tlppoo) Sahib, the ?Tiger of My sore," who died ln 1799, being killed during the British assault and capture of Serlngapatam, the capital of My sore. He always hated the British, and to show his enmity he had this instrument constructed. The box is a life-sized statuary group showing the symbolic tiger of India at the throat of England, represented by a British officer. When Tlpu wished to amuse his court, one of bis attendants turned a handle, when the tiger emitted horrible growls and the man raised and lowered his arms and ut tered terrifying shrieks. Inside the tiger are four rows of pipes and a set of ivory keys, which are either of French or British manufacture. Chi cago News. Scrubbing Device. In the ordinary process of washing tetttle goods by hand It Is customary to rub the goods over corrugated washboards or like surfaces, by which with the aid of water and some deter gent substances the scrubbing serves to remove the dirt. The object ot the device shown in the accompanying Il lustration is to reverse this method; It consists of an arrangement ot a se ries of flexible pockets capable of compression, so as to produce a vac uum and suction through the goods while being moved over them with pressure. The scrubbing is effectual ly performed without wear on the hands. The compression and suction continually forces the water and soap through the goods with the effect of a rapid and perfect cleansing Washington Star. A Poor Corner. When a girl puts a man off by say lng she will keep a little place ln a corner of her heart for blm, he may be sure that it Is a corner for which she doesn t expect to have much use. PATHWAY OF MANY NATIONS. r'v-v.V.v..iv..-v-l The .Friodrlchshafen (Germany) correspondent of the New York World writes: The child-.abor market was held to-day an institution a century old which local newspapers declare is only a youthful slave mart thinly cloaked, and f which, nowadays, arouses intense indlgnatjon in the frontier provinces of Austria, Switzer land and Germany. Ab usual each year their parents brought here, from their homes in tha outlying districts of the Tyrol, about 350 girls and boys, from eleven to fourteen years old, and sold their ser vices to farmers for seven months, from April 1 to October 28. Ninety nine out of every hundred of the children are thrust into this bondage by their parents' avarice. The farmers pay for a girl's services for the seven months about 112.50. For a strong boy's work the princely sum of $20. The children were ranged early this morning in the market place, and all day long a crowd of farmers In spected them as if they were so many pigs or cattle, felt the muscles of their arms, poked them in the ribs to learn if they were fat or lean, meantime loudly discussing their merits or condemning their physical faults. ' Some of the children had been sold last year or the year before; they bad exchanged confidences; they shrank from the farmers who had been cruel to them, and stealthily tried to wsrn their younger com panions of the fate that awalta them. Ey dusk contracts bad been signed for every unfortunate here. The fathers of some were tlpBy by night fall and cursing their luck that this girl or that boy is not larger and more muscular so that more money would have been paid for them. To-night the child-slaves, with their new masters, are hurrying ' the farms. The terms ot the contracts are harsh, providing that the children, regardless of sex, may work at "cattle herding, housework, stable and stall clearing, nursing children, feeding cattle, running errands and what ever else the master may require them to do. "Good treatment" is Included in the condition, but, according to a local newspaper which has conducted an inquiry, this clause is mors often broken' than observed, and many chil dren return home crippled or wrecked ln health by their master's brutality. Next October 28, which is called Packing Day," the little workers re turn here afoot and assemble at the Children's Society's headquarters, whence they are sent to their homes, there to await another seven months' bondage. WISE WORDS. Shall we weep for those who have done weeping? We rejoice lu the belief that there is no impassable gulf between us and those who have gone before. Channlug. Bodily senses imply their objects; the eye, light; the ear, sound, the touch, the taste, the smell, things relative thereto. Soirltual likewise foretell their object, are si lent prophecies of the endless life. Theodore Parker.' Our beloved never die. Do not admit their non-esiistence. The ten dencies that follows them becomes for our hope a bridge reaching out from these mortal shores toward the im perishable land. You will see again all those you have loved; you will recognize them. Charles Wagner. We also have our calling of God, as truly as any ancient prophet; and round us also the tempest at times shouts, and beneath our feet tfco earthquake trembles, and about tn the fire threatens to destroy. Well for us if, at such times, we can wrau our mantle about our face, open the eye and ear ot the spirit, and bear the still, Bmall voice within. John Page Hopps. That solemn moment In which, for those whq have pons before nnd for us who are U, follow, the eye of senso beholds Banght save the en''init of.tlie world, the ctitranre upon a black and client etcmiiv n, ov.. t faith dedarea to be the supu .no inn- I mont of a new birth ir the d!.;.-r.-j thralled soul, the Introduction to n via in me compared !t!i whi'h the present one s not worthy tf the name. John Fluke. I.ovo for E'.if, mpathjr f.,r activity f0r s K. . not prr.-l .':', or (ho sens; of :i Xo N; .. ; ; ,,r ,.v. a!tc d m i.y0 of i-.xivi.ltit.l 1 . ! r In v.t Ml the !...rt .f r.:: -,:,:; from the r;:;,. (t v, .., ., ,"!". "'"J M i V.c l.Mnu o r i.:i ti.e nia-f;..; a. r.rjy. ... ailS JULIA MAHLOWa. tnent of tlir prrat tvmety, JVr,,,, , do no moat h-o rt 1 1 tj. "J ulUxiiarlM Any rnntfdjr that benefit djjw strpiigtliena the nerres. " The nerve center require nutritroi f the diRention i impaired, the nerre nr become anemic, and nemrooa defcuitv a result. ' ' ' Pcrunm i nnt m itertne norr Htlmtilant. Jt iH-nffllt the nm. by benefiting dilution, . 1'eruna freea the stomach of oun congestion and normal digestion a l remit. In other words, reruna goen to tkeU torn of the whole ditlicultv, when tbt agreeable symptoms diaappenr. Mr. J. C Jamison, YYallaca, Ci, write: 1 was troubled with my tomfli nix year. Was treated by three do -, They aaid tbat I had nervou dyipej. I was put on a liquid diet for three moi t, "I improved under the treatment, but i oon as I stopped taking the medici:. got bad again, g "1 saw a testimonial of a man runt was similar to mine being tured : 1'eruna, so I thought I would give e , trial. "I procured a bottle at our anl f menced taking it. 1 have taken kt bottle and am entirely cured." Two Sedalla (Mo.) women -.-sent to Jail because they refused ', send their children to school Capudine Cures Indigestion Pain, Belching, Sour Stomach, and Hearth from whatever cause. It a Liquid. !. immediately. Doctors prescribe itJ 25c., aud 50c., at drug store. , n" CHEAP. j "That's & boairtiful rug.' JIsj I ask how much It cost you?" "Three thousand dollars', worth i furniture to match it." The He? Standard. J TWO WATERS FROM ONE WELL Twin Pumps Draw Up Freah Wr and Minarai Watera. Salt water and fresh water ft the same .well Is an Ohio novelty i. covered by a member of the re states Geographical Survey enfJF in making Investigations of pt.: water conditions in Hamilton ooa: Except for the fact that two W are set ln it side by side, It rt bls an ordinary well. But the pumps supplies water ex" to taste, whereas the water frwi other is so highly charged with " cub mineral salts that It H 1: brine. This water has been r mended by some physician as I ing big med,:.rlnal value. - When first the well " great wonder. The secret of phenomenon lies ln the fact tW water bearing beds confined lfr fity-ars of limestone occur at point, the upper carying fre-' li ter and the lower salt. TSf of the fresh water pump !s teen feet long, and that of t''1; water pump Is thirty-five fe-M brine, ibclnj heavier than the wate,r, doos n(t mix with It, lJ mains at tha bottom of the w -th longrr pipe consequently s only the s:.: water. Clncinna'i respondeirce of the New York h- Mtl.T TP Klght Food Gives Htrergth and r Power. r The natural loment of w..' barW, including the phosw-! potai h, are found in Grape-V- that ia why prions who down from improper food 1 rspldly on Grape-Nuts. "My fvi-tem was run don cepsive nUht work." write? man, "In spite of a liberal ordinary food. . , "Alter UHhiir Grape-"' 1 Iinprovf-men's nt once In nerve am! J-.n.ln "Th is food f-enied t ' and ma v w li li rue f"r ' ' with l.-fi failn" My creased '0 f.irt In pro) with " , ... I " "Wlo-i f (.il vi;i t v-' .(.! -' I: h Creek. IV i: We'lvl: IP i ' I ,,-r . .i.l I' ( ne li, '.''' Is t1 ,f ...,., l-' ' . , .1 1.''1 ' .: I .I.e. I! - t.