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Causes Disease Declares Dr. Waelzhold in an Article on "Husic and Nerves Chlorosis. Neurosis and Other Ner vous Disorders Prom Which So Many (Jlrls buffer aid to be the kesult of "Ham mering the Keyboard." In the British Medical Journal is dis cussed Dr. Waelzhold's at tide on 'Music and Nerves' in which he claims that the alarming increase in nervous disorders in young girls is due to the "deadly custom" of hammering the lceyl ard. Whether or not the cause is due to piano lessons may remain a question, but there is no denying the tact that there is an enormous increase of nerv ous diseases among young girls at the critical age of twelve to sixteen, when they are just crossing the threshold of womanhood. Their nervous systems are put to a severe strain by excessive study at school, practice of music and anxiety of examinations. It is during this try ing time that girls become pale, weak and nervous, and suffer the results of irregularities of the delicate feminine organs. 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THOUSANDS OF YOUNG MEN are tt troubled with nervousness, despon-! dene j, exhaustion, loss of memory, 4 aching backs and kid ncya, painful uriria- Sir Mion. basltfulness, sediment in urine, tosses $ a night, itnpotencr, headaches, varicocele, (li pimple, ulcer s, bone palns,The results lot evil habits In vouth or later excesses, itf Our Vitalized Treatment cures the worst cases. Emissions & Varlcocolo sap the vigor and vitality and produce iweaumffi. imr Dollar t reatment l will Cure Vciu. f Stricture and Cloot. 4 No matter how chronic, yield to our Vital fkized Treatment. N' open '.ion, no pain. fl no detention from business. All drains' cease. Our Dollar Treatment will1 OCurt Vuu. aDIooc! & Soxual Diseases! M cured forever. No return of the disease. d No Mercury. No Poison. Our Dollnr A Treatment will Cure You. We Guurnntce Cures. $ We treat and cure all dis- HVC HAl I flD T eases of men and women for UiiL UUlLHlt fy KitmiBttioa aai ConnolUtioa Fr. ThU lt Qatilioa 4) Liit for flame Treatment. DOLLAR DOCTORS. 47Mr.te'' BeldingSavings Bank ft SitS I'road of llle Labels. A dlstangy looking young man board eel a Fourteenth Btrevt car at Massa chusetts avenue tlie other night. He was carrvlng a leather suit' case. Pasted all over the suit case were la beds indicating much foreign travel steamer pasters slapped on at Dieppe, Havre, Ostend, Hremeii, Chertourg, Liverpool, Yannouth, Naples, and rail road labels that bore the names of all lines all the way from Constantinople to St. Petersburg. The young man of dlstangy appearance put the suit case dowu between his legs, and all the peo ple In the Heats opposite began a fas cinated sort of Inspection of the labels. A stout man with several of the com pouent parts of a Jag who sat next to the young man seemed to regard the labels with particular Interest. lie stooped over and deciphered them carefully and elaborately, and then he looked up at the owner of the suit case with a lHr. "llecn around' right smart, hain't you, podnerV" he Inquired. The young man regarded him with a smile. "Never been farther away from Washington than New York In my life," he replied, without any hesita tion whatsoever. "I got that whole bunch of labels for half a dollar at a little money exchanging Joint, down near the Battery, In New York. Hot scheme, Isn't It?" The frankness of the statement so dazed several of the passengers who overheard It that they got oft" at the wrong theater. Washington Post. Tim StHtf Heetle. As you walk by the hedgesldo a strange noise suddenly arrests your at tention. It Is the buzz of an insect, but loud enough to startle you. It might be mistaken for the reeling of a night Jar, but It Is perhaps more like the jarring hum of a fastly driven mo tor car. The reason of the noise Is that the beetle has with. great pains climbed up a certain height from the ground, and In order to ascertain whether ho has got far enough, he erects himself on his stand, lifts his wing cases, shakes out his wings and begins to agitate them violently, turning this way and that to make sure that he has a clear space. If he then attempts to tly it is one of his common blunders-he Instantly strikes against some branch or cluster of leaves and Is thrown down.' The tumble does not hurt him in the least, but so greatly astonishes him that he remains motionless a good while; then, recovering his senses, he begins to as cend again. At length, after a good many accidents and adventures by the way, he gets cm to the topmost twig, ami, after some buzzing to get up steam, launches himself heavily on the air and goes away . In grand style. Longman's. Looklnit Oat For Alma Slater. No doubt the casual observer has of ten noticed how unceasingly bequests Cow Into the treasuries of certain uni versities, but he may not know that the alumni of those Institutions, partic ularly the lawyer, have It always on their minds to secure, or at least to suggest, bequests. One of these men. a prominent cor poration l.Twyer of this city, was speak ag of the custom the other day. lie explained that a lawyer and his client usually sit down to talk over the gen eral subject of a will. If the client has more than enough money to meet the actual needs of his family, he common ly says something of charitable or edu cational Institutions, generally In a vague way, which makes it finite nat ural for his lawyer to suggest as a def inite object his own alma mater. The lawyer referred to had himself secured several bequests, one of them for the sum of $."0,OuO. 'Hut," said he, smil ing, "a young lawyer in my otiico has Just cut me out of $100,000, which he put In a will for his own alma mater. It was a very good stroke on his part, the more so because our respective uni versities have been bitter athletic ri vals for years." New York Mall and Express. llather Cold lllooded. Of the tactics, of infantry there Is no end, but there are some simple rules for the individual foot soldier to remember when lost In the chaos of battle. If you cannot bayonet your enemy, shoot him. If he goes away, aim at the base of his spine. Rut do not let your attention be distracted from business by the consideration that other people are making a mark of you. It Is your duty to kill the highest possible number of those op posed to you, not to save your own skin. "How Soldiers Fight," by F. Norreys Connell. Good Cheer. "Now tell me, doctor, candidly, 13 there anything really the matter with my wife?" "Yes. Her vocal cords are sadly af fected. I'm afraid she may lose her voice." "Say, drop In on your way back from the otlice and chat awhile, will you? Things have been going badly with me lately and It's so comforting to hear you talk." Chicago Thnes-IIcralJ. A Mronic Hint. Harry wanted to give Lucy a birth day present, but could not make up ids mind what It should be; so the next time lie called he frankly told her the ditllculty under which he was laboring. 'Want to make me a present, Har ry?" exclaimed Lucy In well counter felted astonishment. "Why, Harry, you forget yourself!" Harry took the hlut and offered him self on the spot. Life In a Fliet. "Where Is my folding pipe?" "I don't know, James, but the fold ing matches are on the folding mantel piece."-Chicago Record. How Katllre llauk Their Money. The natives of that part of South, ifrlca which to a great extent Is in-' labited by'bushmen and Hottentots have n peculiar system of banks and' banking. These Kalllrs among whom this curi ous system of banking obtains live near Kaffrarla, in the south of the Colony country. The natives come( down south from their country to trade In the several villages and towns In' large numbers and then return to Kaf fraiia. From those who trade of their own number they select one who for the occasion Is to be their banker. He Is converted Into a bank of deposit by putting all the money of those whoso banker he is into a bag, and then they sally forth to the stores to buy what ever they want. When an article Is purchased by any of those who are In this banking ar rangement, the price of the article Is taken by the banker from this deposit money bag, counted several times and then paid to the seller of the article, after which all the bank depositors cry out to the banker In the presertcc of the two witnesses selected: 4 "You owe me so much!" This i thon repeated by the witnesses. The gen eral accounting comes between the bauker and his several depositors when all desired purchases have been made, after which all the natives de part for their northern wilds. Tearlilntc Ftlquetle. "Madam," he began as the door open ed, "I am selling a new book on 'Eti quette and Deportment.' " "Oh, you are," she responded, "do down there and clean the mud otT.'your feet!" "Yes'm. As I was saying, ma'am, I am sel" "Take off your hat. Never addrcss a strange lady at her door without re moving your hat." "Y'es'm. Now, then, as Iiwas say ing" "Take your hands out of jyour pock ets. No gentleman ever carries his hands there." "Yes'm. Now, ma'am, this work on Eti"- "Throw away your pipe. If a gen tleman uses tobacco, he Is careful, not to disgust others by the;habit." "Yes'm. Now. ma'am. In calling your attention to this valuable" "Walt. Put that dirty handkcrcldef out of sight and use less grease on your hair In the future. Now you look a bit decent. You have a book on 'Eti quette and Deportment.' Veryrwell. I don't want It. I am only the (servant girl. Go up the steps to the front door and talk with the lady of the house. She called me a downright, outright, no-doubt-abont-It Idiot this morning. and I think the book you'relselling is Just what she requires." 1 ' . i ' ' .Two Answers. Not long ago a Eoston clergyman re ceived an evening call from an elderly man and woman who expressed a wish to bo joined In the bonds of matrimony then and there. "Have you ever been married, be fore?" asked the clergyman of the man, an honest eyed, went her beaten person of seafaring aspect. "Never, and never wanted to be be fore," was the prompt reply. ' 'And have you ever boon fmarriodf be fore 5" the question camel to the wo man. 'No, sir," she replied with equal promptness, and with a touch of hu mor that appealed to the'clergj-man at once she added, "I never had a chance!" The marriage ceremony was speedily performed, and the clergyman refused to take any fee, telling the bride with a twinkle In his eye that it had been a privilege to oliiclate which he would have been sorry to miss. Youth's Companion. Odd Albanian Customs. An Albanian woman expects! to be beaten if she misbehaves, this ' being the prerogative of an Albanian hus band. He must be careful, however, not to draw blood during the castiga- tlon, or tike wife can complain to the authorities, who will line the husband and give his property to his wife. When an Albanian marries, he is bound to provide his wife with food, clothes and a home In keeping with his station and means and cannot require her to earn money for herself or liiin by her labor. Divorce Is quite common. Excessive corpulence on the. part of the husband Is considered quite sulllcient excuse, for the wife to divorce him. What He I'rayed For. A story is told of two wortlry New England deacons, between Whom a bitter feud had long existed coiscerulng some contested point. Neither would give in, and the matter threatened to be handed down to the next genera tion, when one day Deacon Smith ap peared before his enemy and solcmuly said: "Hrother Jones, It Is a shame that this quarrel of ours should bring scan dal upon the church. 1 have prayed earnestly for guidance in the matter and have come to the 'conclusion that jou must give in, for I cannot!" It en (I y For KnterKenclra. The German war deimrtment. it is said, actually keeps In stock duplicates of all the bridges in the empire consid ered likely to be damaged or destroyed in case of war, ami. what Is more, it lias duplicates of a good many French bridges and of bridges of other coun tries in which It Is lnterested.-Chica!.'o Journal. The Modern Arreplnner, The Man (teaslngly)-l'll wager, vou don't know the "Rule of Three." The Maid That's easy; "Throe's a crowd." Kansas City Independent. A Russian does not become -of? age until he Is 2d. The IUNNKR and Detroit Weekly Bio re Thau He Kac-ulucd For. One eveultig wheu a traveling clrcua was ou Its way to a large town the proprietor resolved to make a halt for a few hours at a village some two or three miles from the town. So an agent was sent on in advance to the village to secure a favorable field for the rest by the wayside. Noticing a large and suitable field, he Sought out the owner and told him he would like to turn somethlug out in the Held for an hour or so before going on to the town and concluded by ask ing how much he required for the use of the field. "Well," said the farmer, "I suppose half a crown won't hurt you." "That," was the ready reply, "will do very well. Rut perhaps you don't mind taking a crown," an offer th somewhat astonished yeoman was only too glad to accept. Fancy his surprise when, a few hours afterward, a herd of elephants, a doz en dromedaries and about 200 horses and ponies had not only been turned out Into the Held, but were fairly wip ing the herbage out of existence. That the farmer was furious goes without saying, but the circus proprie tor pointed out that he had received twice as much as he had asked for something to be turned out for an hour or two. "Rut," roared the farmer, more irate than ever, "do you think I bargained for a Noah's ark?" Tit-Hits. A Queer TrmiHCt Ion. "A casual observer might suppose that our business was intensely pro salc," said a Poydras street commis sion merchant, "but such Is far from being the case. All sorts of queer tilings happen In It. not the least of which are occasional consignments we receive from nowhere In particular. "For instance, back In 1 S! m i or there about we Kot a load of line onions one day by boat. No directions accompa nied them, but we took It for granted they would arrive by mail. When the expected letter failed to put in an ap pearance and we instituted Inquiries, we could get no clew to the identity of the shipper, and all we could do was to sell the lot and deposit the money in bank, waiting on a claimant. "Fully three years had elapsed when. to my surprise, another load of the same kind of onions came to hand, ac companied by a letter from the sender saying that he had forwarded a similar consignment at such and such a date and that his 'business relations with the house had been so satisfactory he wished to repeat the transaction. We sent a cheek for the lump sum, but what the dickens he meant by his busi ness relations being satisfactory when he had had only one deal with us, and didn't get his money on that, I never found out. I suppose he just forgot." New Orleans Times-Democrat. . MnkCNliift Weridlnft Itlntfs. Curious instances have been cited where makeshift substitutes for the conventional wedding ring have been utilized during the marriage ceremony. One such instance occurred some time ago In a nearby town, where the ring was missing. Nothing better being available as a substitute, a curtain ring was used, and on still another oc casion the ring handle of the church key was utilized. A couple In this state ised In such an emergency a ring or mod from the outer edge? of a coin ami which had been carried by some one present as a curiosity. A gallant best man came to the res cue at a recent wedding, when the ring was not forthcoming at the right time. He drew from his tie the slender stick pin that had been adorning it, and, btMiding the .wire into ring shape, hand ed the Improvised wedding ring to the distracted groom. A horseshoe nail bent to the shape of a ring is said to bring a great deal of luck to the owner, and the lead cramp ring worn six centuries ago lias given place to various rings now worn to prevent and cure rheumatism. Cincin nati Commercial Tribune". The l'ollte l.le In F.mhryo. A little child has given us a peep Into the process by which the polite lie is developed. Mamma was talking to El'le about the absence of Edith from the children's party. "You are sorry," said mamma, "that Edith could not come?" ElUe replied, having enjoyed herself, "Oh, I don't mind much." To which mamma rejoined: "Rut Edith is ill. That Is why she couldn't come. You must be sorry." Efilo con sidered. "Yes; of course I'm sorry," she said, -"but it doesn't hurt me in side." London Chronicle?. ! ' The ItnllnK I'nNslon. Wife (who has been out shopping all day) Oh", dear, how tired and hungry I am! ,. Husband Didn't you have any luncheop in town? Wife A plate of soup only. I didn't feel that I could afford to have more. Husband Did you find the hat you wanted? Wife Oil, yes. It Is a perfect dream, John, and It only cost ?2.S. Collier's Weekly. The Price of Admission. Mrs. Smyth (looking up from her pa per) What doe's it mean In the Wash ington news when It sieaks of "the lower house?" Mr. Smyth That means the house of representatives. The senate Is higher. Mrs. Smyth-Hmv Is It higher? Do you mean that It costs more to get there? Philadelphia Record. "Mae," the Scotch prefix, means son, so Mucpherson means "son of a par son," and Macdonald Is the same as Donaldson. Fairfax means "fair of face." The wild white sheep Is found no where In the world but In Alaska, and few specimens for mounting whol have ever lcen obtained. Timo is ft cobweb: men aro tho sni A HUSBAND SAYS: " uefore my wife began using Mother's Friend she could hardly get around. I do not think she could get along without it now. She has used it for two months and it is a great help to her. She does her housework without trouble." Mother s Friend is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use. It gives them strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confine ment. It is the one and only prepara tion that overcomes morning sickness and nervousness. It is the only remedy that relaxes and relieves the strain. It is the only remedy that makes labor short and delivery easy. It is the only remedy that puts the breasts in condition so that swelling or rising is impossible. Don't take medicines internally. They endanger the lives of both mother and child. Mother's Friend Is sold by druggists for $1. Send for oar free illustrated book. Tbe Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Every Woman 't'2xr6L T Sometimes needs a reli lv vSi j a niontn'y regulating ( ' Dr. PEAUS PENNYROYAL PILLS, Arc prompt, fafe un 1 certain in result. The jrenu IneiDr. I'enl'm m-ver ilmaiiiint. Sor.fc ouijwtierti il.OU. lui Wuun mo Co . Cio viand. O. 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