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Dark sky nlinvo. mo never glcnm of light; VRt, Willi onu In lovo mi, Sorrow nlKhi "(jouJ night!" I-Vrtiine 1 i.-iB not found inc. famn wan swift to tly; Yet, Love's urnia nro 'round me, s.iir.ov "OiiiHl-by:" Hoed no shy abovo ymi, fenr no f ill ..f Night; TlieKi' swe t words: "1 love you!" nil the world with light. - I'runk I . Slant, m. HER PHYSICIAN 4i -"I'll Misapprei sessions and Plots i CAREER OF ONE KENTUCKIAN By M. J. PHILLIPS :ulo .1 11' i' L'upytignt, lulu, by Associated Literary i'resa Marcie Dostrorto bad decided ' a millionaire's will. liiiTary career. There was . ii v for such decision, since ,,r t had one or the nnest tuan Miens ninth of Mason anil Dixon's ;,,(.. Am! Miss Marcie was twenty iiiil V''i : g'"("l l(,0K upon. .oi inai v. ho adopt literary careers are r tvanty nml good lo look upon; h,. contrary, frequently. Hut her I. ill i r fceiiK'U to go along oiuer nc f- like marrying, loving her bus- Bum! iii i-l raising a laiiiny. put -,il the worth while young men re busy at tills time, which tuny ,e 1" 'ii 'he reason she had resolvd ...i ..,... . o.,. never to u, at r, . iinu nmi u io- ,vn,- ion i'.m niolve for a literary career van I em. rri'i'-irntlon was facflnatlnK. There vere any iiiiniher of thrilling adventures mid halrhreadlh escapes suggested, anil several satisfying hive scenes. With with a plot, Marcio thought enthusi astically, itliiMit-t anyiiiie einiM adopt a literary career ami become famous over lligllt. At least. Ihat Is what she thought until I he last page wiis reached. Then her Sill ii-faction pave way to dlsap oint:nint aii'l dismay. Why. tin- hero didn't many the heroine after all! lie married that !o. dtnil othcrglrl, whllo ilie poor, denr In rolne was waited mi the villain smnew hni reformed, It is true, hut still a villain; Mr. Hiehmoml I'. Iilunt v. us a mis- ie ,li e:-i!ll.p v;is, :i i ovabk- old woman hi-ter, so he was! 1 Mar-! To spoil a good plot I,; such a ported. id, d to tiKC her serretary, ' ly wr.'ich, d 'IhI.iik: limning with in I in ipaee and frail though It digii.nion, Marde .-!. .1 ln-r stnh pen ill" bails of the niroer. And nml Indited m .Mr. Hltint a letter that ! I.'. sin ' ! "I i r'i eii; i-i Tile i; Mii'inr It down SClSl-OJ'S Mallei' ''! IVs'ilt ai would he more profi So she secured llot.ing paper from her filth- idling paper overlapped the . and it was necessary to cut Marde'x Inadequate little miiile it sorry joh of It. A i-i.i!i, very irregular, was the leved. A gold Inkwell and a !niKl!o, e,',i!-!-,amled pen did Dot seem niiia'nie i. .uls with which to carve out a llniivy caieer. So tlm calmly an ncxid l:er father's big stained Ink vu I) nml i-'ah l en. Ni xi came ihe quPBtlon of paper. Alie n s. .-!: knew, always used hit Re rlll i '.S. ilMi ll V.OI1U1 IIPVIT dl) for her, u mi re 1 .'dinner, to depart from the convi miens In this respect. Karnest tlimu-lit solve. 1 this problem. Marlon Ancapie had plven her a box of wrl- lor t'hrlstniiiH. She had .I it and had not used It. as utiearihed nnd the lold ii. out lied out to the ap- thiK IMP' l)e"l' li, Tie In x Hi (-ll. els prnvi ! hi I 'r.p: i drew li't- chair to the teeretary, i pined one of the sheets exactly In the renter of the blotter, dipped the would awaken a mummy. Not only! Ids kill as a litilMi r of nluis hut his ' aim, Insiincts and selicnie ol lite were seiirchinrly linpimnt d. ' Mr. Hhint's reply, wrliten on a let. 1 tor In ad showlni; hi in to l e a lawyer 1 as well as a plot carpenter, fairly dripped Ice water. Tin- plot in which Mr. lH'stroile took such serious ob jection was not conventional, of course, none of his plots was, but It was logical. It ended us must similar situations In real lite end. Mr. lies trode had the novelist's professional view of lilt', which was as different from real life as moonshine Is from sunlight. Korl-.inati ly, Mr. Itlunt concluded, he did not di pom! upon the vagaries of would-be authors for a livelihood. The architecture of plots fur intel lectual paupers was a pastime, not a profession. If Mr. l.iesirode would kindly return the plot that did not still him l.e could have his $lu. Marcio. hlazliiK, took up her stub l-'roiu the liin sts and the mountains of Ken tucky to the position of secretary of stale tit l'ranlifoi-i ; (ruin the slate eapitol to a Krali d cell; from the fclaiel roll to the very shadow of 'he wallows; from the shadow of the Hallows ai;ain to 'he united cell; irinn the nitit.-il cell back In tin fores' s I the inoiinialns of Kentucky; Iron) Hie ror. sls iiinl mountains to the Palls of congress lit Washington. This In brld is the history of ChVIj Towers, ll- has been chosen as the Republican camllilaie for congress from his district, which Is stronuly Republican. Set. loin ioi s a liinnan life nmlalii so much or strum;ie lor ml viuie. meiit from humble henlii niims, so much of tnii.-e.ly and of pathos and mi remarkiible a t ehnhlllla' Ion In public honor. Ca leb rowers will be ii remarkable im-urn In w asn limtcin, because of tint fact that for oi;lit hum years he was Iminnrel In a prison cell fiuhtliii? to escape life imprisonment or execution for a crime, of .ioch half the people of Kentucky ncllovo Mm Kililty nnd the other half iielicve linn absolutely Innocent. The minds of newspaper readers will Instantly t'o hack to that traul" day In January, Hum, when William Roebcl was ruthlessly shot down from anilnmh as ho was wall.lm; toward the stale eapitol at Frankfort. (loi bel and W. S Taylor, the former a liunocrat and tne latter a Republican, had been oppos ing candidates (or governor and each claimed election. Taylor was jtlven ih" eertlilciito of election and In pm-session of the capltol and Caleb I'ow.rK was his secretary of state. As (im bel, w hom the legislature on route.-1 had h'tilarcd to be elected, walked a, ross the grounds hadini; to the capltol la was shot from the window of the ollico of the secretary of state. The murder 'routed a national sensation and lor many years the suite of Kentucky was iqdit Into two bitter factions. Caleb Powers was trie. I tor murder 'Hid was siiitence.l to Imprisonment lor life, lie appealed, ami a second trial n sailed In another conviction ai d s sieond sentence to life Imprisoumt lit. A third trial followi .1, and this time he was sentence,) to be hummed. On the lourlh trial the Jury disagreed, tiio majority beiuu for acipilttal. Meantime dr 'it years had rolled around ami Powers was still In a prison ceil nt Ceoreiown. A petition oniaiiiliiif the names of hundreds of thou sands of persons both In Kentucky nnd olsewbeie was presented to tliu gover nor anil in Kms (iovernor Wlllson framed powers a lull pardon. APPROVES GOTHAM'S QUEEN OF SILENCE .itlons all romplctfd, pin auain, She i xu'aiiieil that slm Marcie possessed enouuh brains to work th" plot over into Minicihlntr accept able and human. She considered ihe $lu veil spun, since It had taught stub i" 'i in the squat Inkwell and ! '"'r Himethlng of the calltiflW Indlffer ViVHi in dismay. She knew ()f ence to , he world's Kreat problems nothing to write' ; which life in New York bred. Mr. Mar. le sat before the secretary for ''hint need not he surprised if his un lio'ir, her lips compressed, a per- ' l,lls'' ' .vnlciil pliii'isoph;. were put Mrs. Isaac I,. Rice, the Now Voik society wom an w ho fought single hamh. I to suppress unneces sary noise In the metropolis and who accom plished so ii.ncli through her iletermlmilloti, is known as the "(Jucrii of Klleuee." Mrs. Rice lins long been a sworn enemy o( noise, Her beau tiful Veneilan palace on Ulver: Id" drive Is so located that, until she b"gaa hi r ballle and won out her ears wore continually ringing with the shrieks of the switch engines on the railroad tracks that linn the river front and with the clamor of boat whistles. Along the Hast river are located two-thirds of Ihe hospitals of Ihe city and this thoughtful woman reali;..d what otr;l suffering the sick must endure because of the none racking clamor. She began to gather evi dence tu prove her point ami with the aid of Co- who followed (he boats ami kept count, learned i'i unnecessary but deafening shrieks each night ni' ii were pleased to take umbrage at her Inter- life miserable for her till she secured law on her home serenaded her with the Taking Lydia E.Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound Palwttus, Maine "Yon told me to take I.vilin I'.. J'iiikbam's YcgcUblw Compound and J.iver rills befora child birth, and w uro all surprised to sec how much c""d it did. llv j'hysl cian said ' Vlthotit doubt it was tlm Compound that helped you.' I thaiik yon for your kindness in iidvisinif me and give, you full permission to use my name la your testimonials." Mrs. U. W. Mn i ilia.!., llox ,'), Saliattns, Me. A not her Woman Helped. flninitcville, Vt. " I was passing throti(:hth't''liiing(Mif Life uinlsufleied from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia, K. 1'inUham's eRi UbloCoiiipntiiid restored rnyliealth and Btrcnirth, and proved xvorth niotuitainii tif p"ld tome, l-'ur the fake of other BuffcriiiR women I urn willing yo-i should publish my loiter." Mrs. CiiAitt.Ks ilAiicLAV, It. I'.!)., Cranitu Tille, Vt. Women who are rn'-f'nff through tliis ci ideal period or w ho are Rullcr lng from iinv of tin :.e lit ressing ills p-culiar to their sit tlmiild not loso f ight of the fact that for thirty years I.yiiir. K. l'inl, ham's A'i '.;e1ablu t'om round, which is luaoi' from roots and lierhs, has been the staliiiiiril reined fur female ill ;. In almost every com munity von will l'mtl women who liavu l'n eh restored to health by Lydia E. l'mkhani's Vegetable Compound. SOLAR PLEXUS BLOW. liinihla inilvoisit) students, that tin re were about a."' in the harbor. The harbor f. 1'elice and proceeded to make her side, 1 Hiring the night boats paism Most horrible whlstbs uinl focused their flashlights upon the house. Nothing daunted, the plucky woman iccured an order from the secre tary of commerce and labor forbidding unnecessary whistling on the river, 'the harbor men persisting In their delianee, she had one man arrested, thin another, until finally Dm racket was quieted. tif wi STARTED 'BEEF TRUST' QUIZ Cholly Soft May I aw have just on rw good night kiss? Miss Me Why, certainly, you poor, dear boy! How you must miss your nuiLa when you nro away from borne! pipxi-u frown drawing her brows to-Si'tla-r. The stub pen inked her lln rers, the M allojied edge of the blotter annoyed h. r. A literary career was i:)t s-.ieh an easy thins to achieve, Biter nil. Ilispl'i ili.in helped her out. Phe re failed an advertisement she had n ad siiri.e v.eks before In one of the maga-zliH's-Mnnething about "Phils lur nislxil lo writers." A brief search tlirma-ii tlm heap of periodicals in the library n v, aled it. Mr. liiehmoml 1'. Iilunt, Room 1171 Majestic building, x(,w Vork city, un ltrioe!i to ,,up1iy plots for aspiring '-Di. m who lacked facility in devising ll'Hr own. Sufficient plot for a short "lory, according to his schedule, was North two dollars: for n novelette five Ihus. nnd or ovc (lf sevciily to ; Me hundred ihoiisand words, ti ii'dol- lars, i ash with order. Mr. Iilunt guar- : "We il to please. I Manie dashed off a letter to him. hicli.sing her personal check lor $ln. j fl"" stub pen nKuie her boyish hand- writing more boyish still, and there: JJ'an lio'hing about the signature, "M. " 'J. sw-o.le, to reveal th,. ((.x of the writer. Nevertheless, she giggled v " in due time Mr. Dlunt's Idler, v.rosseil to "Mr. M. II. Desfrnde nilionilt Cltv. Tenn i,,l l,,.l,0 "My dear sir," arrived! Man ie read the stiff, formal epistle, made n pretty tUe grmnce at ,ho u.o.beU signature and dismissed the "rlter ns nn "nirtv ,t,i i,on nil lino the mouths ol one of th" undesira ble characters In the forthcoming novel. Mr. Hlunl, supposing ho was corre sponding w ph a In adfiioiig, ignorant oiiih, came buk with a lypewritleii casiigailon Ihat reduced Marcie to re vi ngi I'ul tears. Slie decided thiil Uliint as a iiii-iitnbiop,e l,,i,.i.diir of sixty l.nsc ebb I pleasure in life was in do. in whidi women got the vising w orsl l ol l e.- pi r plott of II :i mib o lor a was ns lew hot Wet is l lis the ll pop. T.ih Marcie was I rout porch w in stopped al the stranger alight' t-illlllK Oil till' li lb. down Ih. 1 le- 1 1 1 id il. mid i W 111" r boat l.iinlilig. A he came up I . I f VI, k 11 M : J ' v o 7 Fi took un the 410 nlnf. (,n ilocunent of severnl pages. It was a InoBt gntBfylr)g j,)ot nt ' There was a heroine presuma "'' bentitifui, nnd a hero preBllma,jly 'j'e; ii villain with every potential. J. w)(',(P(,nc,R9 nnd a vlllalness fas- elnntlnsly naughty. Then there were comedy character or two, a picttir- iue father, a second B!rl and several ner ppplo nioro or less Important hor()ml(;(1 out the cft8t fbnt plot almost gave Marcie a 6(adache to follow It. There wore "nre twists and turns to it than to j the avenue Marcie t ay that lie was I tall, young and bambini. o. If r heart lluticied lui'eboiling! and linn cho kingly, for he mid : 'Hoes Mr. M. It. Hestiode live here?" Thai's that's my mime." said Mar ch: w ith downcast e; cs, "all bin Die mister." The man set down his bag helphss ly. "Why," he binned out, "1 thought you were a fresh kid!" "You're Mr. Iilunt, ann't you? I thought you were a mean old man!" Then they both blushed anil laughed, and acquaintanceship was cemented. Iluslness had brought Iilunt lo Ten nessee, and though he was occasional ly away on short trips, his principal business the next three weeks seemed to he silling on the vine hung veranda wllh Marcie. And, of course, with moonlight over everything at night, and the mocking bird singing his heart away In '.ho shrubbery, the Inevitable happened. "Marcie, I woa wrong." said Iilunt one evening humbly. "The hero mar ried the heroine, after all. The hero always married the heroine!" Marcie snuggled ln-r head down comfortably onto his shoulder. "Oh, Richmond," she murmured. Irrele vantly but fervently, "I'm glad yon weren't a wrinkled old woman hater!" man anti-trust law, s. veil j i heir appearance for mul I 1 lie OL-10 ll" i" s "" ! life i r death for the huge controls tin.' meat industry .lildge Ken, saw Mountain l.anills of the I nii id States district court, in Chicago, who Mario the latest Invcsliaailon of the "I f trust," Is tin, same who imposed Die I'li.dil. 1,(1(10 fine on the Standard Oil company a few years ago. His fa lh. r s.-rvi d during ihe clll war In the regiment which was rommaliiled by Judge Waller Q. (Iresh. am, secretary of stale under Cleveland, and wan wounded in the batile of Kenesaw mountain. Hence the peculiar name of Judge l.andls. When (Irei haia was secretary of state .fudge l.andis, then a young Chicago lawvor, served as bis private i-ecrei.iry. Altiruard ho returned to Chicago 10 practise his profi .-slon and w as later eh Mlle.l to the bench. 'If Hie ten indicted meat packers, charged by the federal grand jury hh lolation of the slier have given bonds In the total sum of $::li),0on fur when .In eases agiili..-t theni are called, against the at. puckers promises to be one of e.irpoi alien, which, it has hi 1 n charged repeatedly, In this country. Uncalled For. "1 hear the old bridge outsldo of riunkvllle has collapsed." "Yes, nnd the town council can't understand n. We had just given that bridge a coat of paint. Why, It looked liko new."--I.ouis III" Courier-Journal. A can-loss philo.opher raj! never knows who his fri. nds til ho li.i -11 I any. a man aro un- J. A. TAWNEY OF MINNESOTA m j , 1 " 4 I An Insurgent victory that has attracted u good deal of utteiitlon throughout the country was th.) defeat In the primaries of Representative James A. Tawney, who wus a eanadl.lal" for ronoinina. Hon In the first congressional district of Minne sota. I'liwney is one of the most influential rep resentatives In congress, is chairman of the com mittee on appropriations. A most determine, fight, wait waged ngalnst his rcnomliiatlon and Dm Insurgents bad the support and advice of Roose velt, I'lnchot, James J. Heney and other expo nents of progressive Republicanism. In his early days Tawney was a blacksmith and machinist, learning the trades In rcimsylvn nia, where ha was born In lx.lfi, near the village of Dctlysniirg. Subsequently he removed lo Wi nona, Minn., where be worked four years nt his trade nt the same time studying. law. In 18R2 he was admitted to the bar, was inter sent to the stain senate, and lu 182 was elected to congress, In which ho has since served. Tawney Is u dark, almost swarthy man, with a piercing black eye and a Mack mustache, now streaked with gray. When Cannon made him chairman of the committee on appropriations he did so because of the strength of char acter and firmness which Tawney had displayed. Often the speaker roforrml to him as tho "man of Iron," a not unfitting title. Aa chairman of the appro priations committee Tawney was regarded as tho watchdog of the treasury, but he was one of the strongest stund-patters In the house, and bciico tho declaration ot war upon him by the Insurgents. DAME NATURE HINTS When the Food Is Not Sui'ed, When Nature, givs l.er signal that something- Is wrong It hi generally with the food. Tho old Ihmo Is al ways faithful ami one 1 honld act ut cure. To put off the change is to rl. k that which may bo Invparublu. An Arizona man says: 'Tor years I could not safely cat any breakfast. I tried various kinds of breakfast food, but. they were all soft, starchy tnet-ses which gave me dis tressing headaches. I drank f.trong coffeo, too, which appeared to benefit me at the time, but milled to the head aches afterwards. Toast and cofieu were no better, for I found ihe toast very constipating. "A friend persuaded me to quit th" old coffee and the starchy breakfast foods, and uso Postum mi l drape Nut Instead. I shall never regret, taking tls advhe. 1 began using them thf-a worths ago. "Tho chango they have worked In ma Is wonderful. I now have no more cf tho distressing sensations In my stomach after eating, and I never have licadiiches. I have gained 1- pounds In weight nnd feel better In every way. "(rape-Nuts make a delicious as well as a nutritious dish, nnd I find that l'ostum Is easily digested and Lever produces dyspepsia symptoms." "There's a Reason." Get tho llttlo book, "Tho Itoad to Wellville," In pliR- cine apprnri from lime to time, re itrnuloCi Intcrrst. true, and Thrr full uf ham