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To all persons subject to Bilious Attacks, Sour Stomach, Indiges
tion, Constipation, Headache, Dizziness, Heartburn, Vertigo (blind staggers), Foul Breath, Sallow Complexion or other symp toms of a Torpid Liver, WE SAY, TAI(E 9 B It is the Surest, t!i3 Ssfaa. tha roest fpscdy end Corap'cta Liver Tonic and Regterin the Whole Field cf Eediciae. It is a marvolons rc.uclv. Its h,vignrutmS effort on a T,:,,M .Iur is llttlo l,s 1!,;,,, nnnU. It nets instantly. Tl, iirt .l,o ,,r,n8 lavement, a fcw' us0 '"' n..t ol.stinato ,.,so. Timi. wale, .H-m-lont viHims of a Torpid Liver are restored filinost in a day. 2 RPJIIISNT RFfiflRFl U Mh ASIA ltMalari;.,Chill.sn.lAgi.ol(yU'stn,yi11r)(. Jisoaso rms i.. the system ;ml l lfl n t )l cf , V- 1 V MflLflhllr. JriviLK tliom out ,f the IkkI.v. Whore Malana is pwalcnt it is a faithful guardian of health. It puts the Stomach, Liver and Bowels m such tine condition that the malaria g.u-in cannot exist. Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver Tonic and Regulator. It stands for health for the whole family. The chill season is here and all those who are Constipated, who have a Torpid Liver or Digestive Disorders, will surely have trouble with that arch enemy of the race. DE PREPARED!! Get in condition at once by taking HEROINE and you can defy the disease. PRICE 50 CENTS Fer Bottle. BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., Sole Propr'a. ST. LOUIS (reindeer ak'iiuTtioor furs, extra wood (or sled repairs, screws, calls and riv ets. The Instruments were as follows: Throe com pusses, 1 sextant, 1 artificial horizon (glass), 1 pedometer, 3 pocket chronometers. 1 watch, charts, map making material and Instruments, 3 thermometers. 1 aneroid barometer, 1 camera and Alms, notebooks and pen cils. The personal bags contuloed four ex tra pairs of katnlks. with, fur stockings, a woolen shirt, three pairs of sealskin niittciis. two pnlrs of fur mittens, a piece of blanket, a sealskin cout (uet shai, a repair kit for mendlug clothing and dog harness, ;tra fox tails. On tlje march we wore snow goggles. Hue fox coats (kapltahs). budskin shirts, woolen drawers, bearskin punts, kaiulks and buresklu stockings. Wa fastened a band of fox tails under the knee and about the waist. Helping the Advance. On the morning of Murrb IS prepara tions were uiade to divide the party. The advance must be belped over the rough ice of the pack edge, and for this purpose Koolootlngwnh and Iuu- guo were selected. The other six Ks klmos prepared to return. One sled was left with the cache to insure u good vehicle for our return In case the two sleds were badly broken en mute. A In 1 1 f gala was blowing Into Nan Ben sound from the northwest, but this did not interfere with the sinning of those borne going Eskimos, Wllh abundant game for the return they re Wred mile but ammunition lo sup ply their wnntH. W hen the word was given to Bln-. he ddgH we,e tr,,Pl,( ,fl tlm shsl "era spanned with a Jump. Soon tl.ey disappeared in the nwli of driving now. The crack of the whips and the rebound of cheering voices were the last which we heard of the faithful avnge supporters. They bnd followed jot for pay, but for a real desire to he helpful, from the durk days of the Jdicg of night to the bright niglitt 01 the coming double days, and tbelr Parting enforced a pang of loneliness. Another Sleep Before ths 8tart With a snow charged blast In our "res it was quite Impossible for us j1? Mart, so we withdrew to the snow Woo. entered our bags nnd slept a few "ours longer. At noon tbe horhton earcd. Tbe wind veered to the south t and came with nn endurable jce. The dogs bad been doubly fed " night before. They were not to J fpd ajgaln for two days. The 1.200 wnnds of freight were packed on our -!??. and quietly we slipped around gi'mf ,iorr s. fieep gronViN ii floes. The snow had been swept froot i'v Ice by Hi" force of the pi lite.' storm, nnd Hie spend nttni"cd bv IV docs throiirh even rough I was ;'i 'i Hint It was tlllhVnll to liiH-ii far oonuih nlienil to ret n irmid course. The crevasses ai d pressure l!ii"s r-'v little trouble nt lirst, bill the Ii -ir I !v regularity of the bared Ire of'oivil r: dangerous surface for Hie life "f one sleds, pacing through lilne g"i: e umong nilnh'turo inoiinMl'is i I Ire. On a nur' slightly V"--i norlh we soon sank the bold 1i'-r " I . ' s -' which raises the northern i -i i : i ' Helberg l.sland. Ccm? Is Pitched. After n run of twenty-six mll-w w pitched ramp on a line brrir of it : n ' i i! heltbr. There weie innny big tf ; works about, to the lee -f wlihdi w i great bunks of hard"iM d :imv. A wi v from land It Is always iiim-e !i:M'" i! to find snow suitable fur niMinu liiiMd lng block, but here was an iiioiiiiinin e conveniently placed. In the morse of an hour il comfortable palace of crys tal was erected, anil Into It we cn-pl out of the piercing wind. The !irt day's march over the rlrcuinpolar sen was closed with a good record. The dogs curled up and went lo sleep without a call, as If they knew then would be no food until the morrow. My wild companions covered thvlr faces with their convenient long hair nnd snnlc quietly Into u comfortable slumber, but for me sleep was quite Impossible. Letters mut be written The whole problem of our campaign must be again carefully studied nnd final plans must be made not only to reach our ultimate destination, but for the returning parties and fr the secu rity ot the things at Aimontok. .Impossible to Foretell Return. It was difficult at this time to even guess at the probable line of our re turn to land. Much depended upau conditions encountered In the north ward route. Though we had left caches of nupplles, with the object of returnlns along Nansen sound hit'' Cannon fiord and over Arthur I.und. I entertained grave doubts of our nbll Ity to return this way. If the Ice drifted strongly to the east we might not be given the choice of working out our own return. In that event we would be carried pcrhnps helplessly to Greenland and must seek u return either along the eaBt coast or the wejt coast ' This drift did not offer a dangerous har)t!CiM the, musk, oxen, would tatVH H. llllADLEY, IIA'REB Ol' M'. COOK, keep us alive to the west, and to the east It seemed possible to reach .an non Island, where the Paid wln-'.icVr expedition had abandoned a large cache of supplies. It appeared not Im probable nlso that u large land exten sion might offer a safe return much farther west Frsncke's Instructions. Because of this uncertainty rranelte was Instructed to wait until June fi, 1008, and If we did not return bo was told to place Knolootlngwali hi cluirgo and go home either by the whalers or by the Danish ships to the sntnli. No relief which he could offer would help us, mid to wait for an indeiinlte time alone would have Inflicted u need less hardship. This and many other Instructions were prepared for Koo lootlngwah nnd Inuglto to tuke back. In tbe morning tbe frost in crystals bad been swept from the air. hut there remained a bumld chill which pierced to tbe bones. Tbe temperature was minus 60 F. A light air came from the west, and the sua burned In a freezing blue. After a few hours' march the ice changed in character. Tbe extensive thick fields gave place to moderate sized floes. Tbe floes were separated by cones of troublesome crushed Ice thrown into high pressure lines, which offered serious barriers, but with the ice ax and Eskimo Ingenuity we man aged to make fair progress. The second run on tbe polar sen was with twenty-one miles to our credit. J ..had expected to snd the supporting party back troni here, hut progress had not been ns good as expected. We could hardly spare the food to feed their dogs, so I bey volunteered to push along n not her day without dog food. Raturn of the Helpers. On the next day, with Increasing dif ficulties in some troublesome Ire, we enrol ied after making only sixteen miles. ITeto a small snow house was built, and from here, after disposing of a pot of straiuhi:: niusU ox Ions and broth, followed by a double brew of tea. our lust helpers returned. Willi empty sh'ils and hungry dogs they hoped to reach land In one lung day's travel, hit this would make the fourth day without ford for their dogs, nnd In case of storm or moving ire other days of famine milit easily fall to tin ir lot. They had, however, an nliutidance of dogs inul might sacrillce a few for the benefit of the others, nj we must often do. A FL0WE3 AND A WISH. The Romnntio Marriage of De Lesseps of Suez Canal Fame. Kir Henry ilrarkenbitry fells la ' I slack Hood's Magazine the story of jilio romantic inarrliiL'u of M. de Les s, f.. A l'letirhiiiaii living ill Ucmilon was compiled by tbe Illness of bis wife to take her to l'rance. He willed I wllh his wife mid two young daugh ' trrs, but the wife died on the voyage. , Some time afterward the 1'renchmun called on M. de I.esseps, told hltn of his misfortunes and of his sufferings on the long sea voyage and expressed ill" wish to (l 'dlrafo the Ivinii iniler of h! hie to the f iii'llieraii' o of tljn con sll'iirtiun of the Sue?, ciinal. P.' !.o.;.;cp:i gave him an ap.olnt:i:ein r. t lsmailia, and employment was found In no of , tha workshops there for his daughters. One day Do Lrssops' nt tent ion was attracted by these two girls, wllii whom he entered into conversation. He eanio ngnln next day and gave to each of them a Uowcr, snylng that they should frame a wish the last thing at night and that tf in the morn ing they found that the flowers bad opened tbe wish would be granted. On the following morning be went to their house nnd found one of the girls smiling, tbe other In tears. lie asked the cause of the lattor's sadness. "My flower bus uot opened," she re i plied. "Tell me your wish, so that if possi ble It may be granted," responded M. de Lcsseps. "Ah, to you least of all men I can tell It!" was her answer, Tbe great engineer married her. Chinese Drametio Crudities. Here Is a sample of one of the naive lilts of Chinese singe craft. I loin Ling, leading tragedian, playing the part of the younger son, renders n solo which means that the widow mid orphan lire going to the teinplo to relrlirafo funeral riles. The property man sets on the stage u little box for an altar and throws over the widow's licnd a white veil, h.vinbol of mourning. Then Ilnui Ling, as the younu r son. waves his hands and kh lis bis foot like a man punting a football This signilles that the iv.-t of the family Is out or his sphere of ai tloti. The srene has ollirlolly i'li:ii,;,ed from n house to a leiuple. So. while Hie rest of ilie f'llin lly kneels l.,'i",v ti ill:. ir. Mom Mug strolls over and dial with one of tho innsldniis w ho happens lo It j resting. I :very body's Muga.lnr. Wriot Forty Poles Make. A good story Is told hIhxiI a certain professor wlioi o business It was to lec ture In a number of students on sur veying. 1 luring one of the lectures tho professor snld that in his opinion tho pole wan of little or no value. To tho astonishment of those present u Polish genllruinii arose and iif nr nn-uslng the professor of Instilling his coiiinrynieii deiiiaudi'd mi apology. The professor thereupon explained that the pole to which he referred was merely n term of iiirasmvi'ieut. Tho Polish gem Ionian, seeing Ills mistake, asked the professor lo forrlve his ap parent rudeness. To ihis 1 1 ; i professor smartly replica: "You could not be rude, sir, even if you tried, for 11 lakes forty poles to mala' one rood!"- London Mail. The Amazon River. Although not tho largest or longest river, the Amazon Is tho most wonder ful river la the world, with a mouth 1C0 miles in width and with a force of water that repels or at least over lays the ocean to a distance of more than fifty leagues. Y'et In spite of, the weight of the river the tide makes Ifs influence felt for 500 n.lles from the const. The easterly trn.de wind blow almost Invariably upward, nn hm to bo ready to help the vessel n gainst the adverse currents. In Disguise. "Do you mean to say that you flirted! with your wife all the evening at tho masked bail and didn't know her?" "That's right But she was soi deuced agreeable how was I to knowj ber?" Exchange.