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The words "humble pie" have the same original meaning as "to eat crow," a phrase common in io!itica life. There is an enforced humility in this process, and the change from "numble" to ""humble" introduced a thought which harmonized with the Idea sought to be expressed. The last form of the phrase has entirely sup planted the original. Ill A llTCn 'M) young men and women to enroll 11 Hll I LU now to tnl K ixmlttouH. ;io In July nlone that could not fill, llookkerplnir, Khnrthnnd, Typewriting Knfilsh. Mechanic- ursuTnOT Miies uouege, you enroll now. Write for catalogue. Detroit. M. To tnveMijrate the merit of the MICHIGAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, ltookkr-tln, Mhorthund, I'rnmiimhlp, V 4t-: Orund Itlver Ave., Ilelrolt. Mich. Do You mffer with Pile I If , M"nl today foralHii of tr. Hurt' Sure (."urei no mutter hut you may have unit. r remedy 111 convince you t.f It wonderful merit on flrvt ill tl n. I'rire M. hy mall Tewid. Niitlonai Kerned? Co.. Ltd.. (.lninU r ot ( ointncnc ln-trolt. Mich. 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The situation Is greatly changed Tor the better -In Toklo. The announce ment made .by Premier Katsura Jn re gard to the .real terms of the treaty has had an excellent effect, and It Is not expected .there will be any fur ther outbreaks .In the city, although there may be some minor demonstra tions in the smaller cities and outly ing districts before the news of fa vorable terms r-.ecured by the Japan ese at Portsmouth has had a chance to circulate. According to the statement of Pre mier Katsura, which was made at a special meeting attended by the mem bers of the diet, summoned for the purpose. Japan has the right to fortify the straits of La Perouse and also has an entirely free hand in dealing with Korea. Greater concessions have been granted in Manchuria than had been announced at first. The railroad as far north as Changschun Is given over to Japan and the great coal deposits at Fushun and Yental are also award ed the victorious nation. Russia made a desperate effort during the war to retain control of these mines as they are the only considerable deposits of coal in Manchuria: probably rendering it necessary for Russia to transport all her coal from Europe. This announcement shows that even though Japan did not get a financial Indemnity, she Is by no means a loser by the settlement, considering the ad vantages she will derive from the con trol of Korea and the great commer cial field opened up by the develop ment of Manchuria. As for the pros pect of Russia renewing the struggle fcr supremacy with Vladivostok as a base, the fortifying of La Perouse straits would be an effectual barrier to any such use of that port, for Japan controls the only entrance to the sea of Japan, Sugaru straits being strong ly fortified and guarded as well as the Korean straits, controlling the south em entrance to the sea. Baron Yamomoto also spoke In favor of the treaty terms and pointed out that far greater loss of life would have been entailed In a siege of Vladivostok than in the taking of Port Arthur and the monetary outlay necessary, to con tinue the war long enough to take Har bin and Vladivostok would be far greater than that incurred In the con ductor the war up to the present time. He also Impressed on the delegates the fact that Japan had reaped .great advantages in every way of settlement and was now In a way where she can demand the respect of nations, being In no danger from foreign aggression. Marshal Yamagata has added his voice to the others, raised In behalf of acceptance of the terms, although he says that the taking of Harbin would have been an easy task. The marshal, whose views are recorded In a lengthy Interview In the Xichl Nichl Shlmbun, says the continuation of the war would have simply meant the wasting of Japan's energy and re sources without the prospect of ade quate recompense. It Is believed this statement by the famous old soldier will have a beneficial effect, as he is idolized by the whole people. The legations are still guarded, but there were no further evidences of anti-foreign feeling today. It Is stated on good authority that the burning of Christian churches and schools was brought by the mob's anger at the stand taken by the Salvation Army against the anti-peace agitation, ami not to any general antagonism to the teachings of Christianity on the part of the people. The Harrlman party left for NMkko, having abandoned the Idea of carrying out the elaborate pro gram arranged for their entertainment in that city. The attack upon the party on their way to the Sone dinner is regarded as the most deplorable event of the whole outbreak and prominent leaders ex press the hope that the incident may not result in any break between the two nations. Officers from the Japanese army have gone to the army of Llnevltch to take up the matter of ceasing fur ther hostilities. A telegram was re ceived by Gen. Llnevltch from the czar, September C, announcing that the peace treaty had been signed, and the news was celebrated by the array with feasting and general rejoicing. Baron Komura III. The departure of the Japanese peace commission for Japan, which had been set for Thursday, may be delayed by the Illness of Raron Komura. who is confined to his apartments at the Waldorf-Astoria. The baron's condition is causing some anxiety and a recurrence of high temperature and a fever resulted in a call for a consultation of physicians. Open revolt exists In the Teamsters' union against President Shea. Over 4.oon Chicago teamsters have :?rt tne union. The most gorgeous social affair ever given In Hong Kong was the reception and ball Tuesday night to Secretary Taft and Alice Roosevelt, given by Gov. Nathan In the Hong Kong club. President Roosevelt has ordered Capt. Fltzhugh Lee, son of the late general of that name, and grand nephew of Gen. Robert E. Lee, to duty at the White House for the so cial season, next winter. Lieut. IT. S. Grant also Is stationed at the ex ecutive mansion. So 'the president has at Washington the descendants cf the two leading figures of the civil war. Powder Mill Horror. The Rand Powder mills at Fair chance, were entirely wiped out by an explosion. Of the thirty-two men who went to work in the mills In the morn ing, nineteen are known to be dead. Of these, thirteen have been Identified. Scores ot people In the town of Fair chance within half a mile of the pow der mills were more or less painfully Injured. The shock of the explosion was dis tinctly feJt In Connellsvllle twenty miles a'ay, buildings being rocked on their foundatltons. At Unlontown hundreds of panes of glass were broken. In the town of Falrchance there is scarcely a house that did not suffer damage. The sides were bat tered In as though axes had been used. It Is said the explosion started Jn a car of powder and spread to all tfte buildings of the plant. One of the odd features of the affair Is that passenger train No. 52 on the Baltimore & Ohio, northbound from Morgantown to Con nellsvllle, was passing the scene at the time the explosion occurred. The train was jarred tremendously and ev ery window was broken. A number of passengers were cut by the show ers of glass which fell about them, but nobody was killed on this train, but it Is said that some were very seriously hurt. The concussion was like an earthquake to the country roundabout and in the surrounding towns caused great excitement, which was not less ened by the fact that communication on the trolley line was broken off eev eral miles from here.' Fearfully Tortured. Bound, gagged and tortured by fire by three bandits who sought to make them reveal the hiding place of treas ure, Andrew and John Fohren, old and wealthy farmers living near Spring Lake, 12 miles north of Elgin, 111., are In a serious condition. An drew, the elder of the two brothers, may die. After the robbers had searched the house and taken $360, Andrew man aged to free himself from the thongs which bound him, and started across the fields to secure help. The soles of his feet were blistered, however, and before he had gone far he fainted and fell in a ditch, where he lay un til after daylight. Finally he revived and made his way to a cheese factory, where he gave the alarm, but the ban dits had gained a start of several hours and escaped. The bandits when they appeared at the house battered la the door and overpowered the old men after a brief struggle. When they searched the house and found only $300 they con cluded that a larger sum was con cealed somewhere. They 'beat and choked their victims, and finally ap plied lighted papers to the soles of their feet to make them tell where the supposed treasure was hidden. After half an hour of excruciating torture John Fohren fainted from pain and the robbers left. John wa still unconscious when assistance ar rived, but revived and is In a less ro rious condition than his elder brother. An Unnatural Mother. A confessed accomplice in the mur der of her 2-year-old daughter, whose mutilated body was subsequently bathed and neatly clad in Its best clothes and then tossed Into the open doorway of a West Side tenement house In New York, Agnes Hyland, aged 23 years, was locked up. Gustave Denser, a plumber, with whom the woman lived as a housekeeper, Is also under arret. The mother told the police that Denser killed her baby 1 rl Gertrude because It "was In the way," and that she helped to dispose of the body. According to the mother, the child, vvho was an attractive, robust young ster, v.ith a profusion of light curly hair and blue eyes, was beaten to death the previous night because Den ser, who has three children of his own, objected to her presence in the home. Aguinaldo, Outlaw Chief. Capt, W. P. Baker, medical officer of the constabulary, serving In the province of Cavlte, while testifying In a libel suit against the Renachlemlen to, a native newspaper, declared that Aguinaldo was in leagur with the na tive outlaws. He said tfit evidence to this effect was obtained from captured chiefs. "The people understand," he added, "that Aguinaldo Is the director of the outlaw campaign, and supposedly peaceful natives are aiding the move ment under the same understanding." Aguinaldo was challenged to prove otherwise. The testimony has created a sensation. Two Villages Destroyed. The villages of New Berlin and Ed meston, New York, were nearly de stroyed by a cloudburst which oc curred Monday evening. It had been raining all day and the streams were very high. About 7:30 o'clock there was a terrific fall of rain and in less than 30 minutes the streams became torrents which swept buildings from their foundations, uprooted trees, washed out telegraph and telephone poles, destroyed railroads running through those villages and washed out great sections of the roads and dozens of bridges. Regaining his sight, which he had lost several years ago, Benjamin Tay lor, aged 70, of Colebrook. Conn., was so overjoyed that he became a raving maniac. Ten thousand harvest hands are wanted In '.he northwest for the wheat harvest, about to begin. Wages range from $1.75 to $2.50 a day. Grand Forks, N. D., wants 3,000; Fargo. 1,. 000: and a number of others anywhero from 50 to 1.000. Justice Crutchfield, of Richmond, Va., In sentencing James Gregory, doorstep newspaper thief, to 90 days in the pen, asserted that the theft of a man's newspaper was enough to make him lose his religion. The Luther Exchange bank, owned by L. Buckner, was broken Into Fri day night and the safe door blown off with two charges of dynamite. Some citizens, hearing the explosion, ran out, but were met by three robbers who fired several shots at them and drove them back into their houses. The robbers took a handcar and made off with It, leaving behind them a num ber of burclars' tools. FRUITFUL FUltNACES INTENSE HEAT PRODUCES PRECIOUS STONES. Scientists Have Succeeded in Pluck ing Real Diamond, and Rubies from the Crucible of the Furnace. Recent advices from France state that Prof. Moissan, the eminent sci entist and inventor, has actually suc ceeded In making genuine diamonds and rubles. He employs for this pur-, pose the electric furnace, which has been so Improved that a degree of heat can be produced, approaching the extreme temperatures, which were un doubtedly a factor In the formation of minerals and gems in the Interior of the earth. The rubies obtained are of large size, weighing 10 cr 15 carats, and in luality and color equal and even sur pass those found in the earth. The natural forces attending the formation of diamonds seem to have been more complicated, and so far the diamonds resulting from the efforts of the sci entists have been very small, but still ihey are rsll'veb' identified as the carbon crystal the diamond. They ;ire remarkably clear and b'ight, and cn a small scale as fine specimens as nature's own product. The electric furnace has enriched chemistry with a whole series of new compounds. Probably the one of most value to mankind at large Is Cal cium Carbide. The simple applica tion of water to Calcium Carbide gen erates the gas Acetylene, which is !iow being commonly used for light ing. The peculiar merits of Acetylene light are Its brilliance and high can dle power, ease of installation, eco nomy and Its adaptability for lighting buildings of every description, regard less of their location. CROCODILES HARD TO KILL. Many Bullets Necessary to Put End to One's Existence. Shooting crocodiles In India is a little like shooting mud turtles. A jaunter describes the sport: "We sud 'denly came on our first crocodile 'about a mile from camp, asleep on jthe bark, with its mouth open, not more than twenty yards from us. It started to get away, but I fired two shots as quickly as I could get them ofT, the first Into Its open moutn and the second into its neck as it ;urned its head. That stopped it effectually land It never got into the water. The 'next day we found another crocodile and my friend got it Just above the ! shoulder. That was tot enough to jstop it, but we both fired as It was j getting Into the water and one bullet nit it in rront or tne quarters, iney sometimes corao up again when wounded, so we waited about twenty , minutes, and then looking about I saw it lying on Its back at tne bot tom of the stream. It looked dead enough, so we got hold of the end of the tall and pulled it ashore. We gave It two more shots, one In the neck and the other in the middle of the back, and it theu still had vitali ty enough to bite a paddle In two. though the legs were paralyzed and It could not move." Pigeon Mate for Life. Monogomists always,' pigeons have given centuries of proof of their ab solute fidelity to their marriage vows The task of the breeder and trainer (has been facilitated by the fact that pigeon matlngs were for life. It has ibeen found that pigeons In captivity, even in the artificial atmosphere ol one loft occupied by gay newcomers 'Df all varieties, when once they have been married can be relied upon tc 'stay together unless forcibly separat ed, and then return If ever set al liberty. Some birds have even cooed their silver wedding song, as there are (substantiated casts of pigeons whe 'have lived together for twenty-five ears. His Biting Sarcasm. "My nephew, Horace, who recently graduated from the village academy, comin' out with a whole lot more hair and considerable le?s horse sense than he took in with him," said the old codger, with even more than his usual acridity, "announces that he will mar ry the girl of his choice despite all f opposition. If the audience will kindly 'remain seated we will now have the ; pleasure of hearing from the young lady." Puck. When Leading Camels. When a number of camels travel they are usually led by a strong bull, who keeps the rest In order. If the leader should fall ill, or be absent from any other cause, the herd almost Invariably mutinies. In Asia Minor the duty of leading camel caravans Is frequently deputed to donkeys. Thl? may sound curious, but it must be re membered that In the east the don key is an Important animal. Plan to Study Birds. For the purpose of studying the habits of birds of passage a,"vogel warte" has been established at Ros slten, In eastern Prussia, where birds are to be caught andv liberated again after small rings have been attached to their feet. The directors request that the feet of such ringed birds killed anywhere be sent to them. A Quaint Saying. One day an elderly teacher was questioning Dorothy as to her know! edge. As Dorothy was only 4, the questions asked were rather deep. Th teacher was satisfied, however, when ' on asking Dorothy what a dream was the child replied, "Dreams are pic tures the angels show us when we arc asleep." SULTAN'3 DINNER IS EXPENSIVE. It Costs Turkey's Ruler $5,000 Every Day. The Sultan of Turkey's dinner costs lm $5,000 a day. The table Is of silver, and It Is tald to be the most exquisite specimen of the silversmith's art that the world contains. The dishes are brought In upon the heads of Jublaklars, or cooks' assist ants, and each dish Is covered and sealed with the royal seal. There are always fifty or more dishes, and all are set before the sultan at the same time. He eats, usually, from about ElX. Though the sultan Is himself a total abstainer, the finest vintage wines are always offered to such guests as dine at the palace. Every dish the ruler partakes of is first tasted in the kitchen by the grand vizier, lest It be poisoned, and it Is immediately thereafter that Its seal ing takes place. Always, before he can fall to on a dish, the sultan must break its seal. It is not because he cats $5,000 worth of food himself that the sultan's dinner bill is to expensive. He eats, as a matter of fact, no more than a half dollar's worth. But the guests and retainers who dine at his expense number dally several thousand. MOSQUITOES ARE KILLING BIRDS Attack Them at Nlnht and Suck Their Blood Away. Scores of canaries and other birds In Baltimore, Md., are the victims of the merciless attacks of mosquitoes. Great numbers of birds become weak and die as a result of having the ilfe blood sucked from their bodies by the Insects at night. "Scores ot birds die In this city each year," said James A. Graham, a canary fancier, "of the attacks of mosquitoes. Several years ago I noticed that the legs of my pets were swollen and the skin cracked and sore. The birds perceptibly shrunk In size and were almost dead when it was suggested to nie that mosquitoes had something to do with the trouble. "Y at once set to work, accepting the mosquito theory as the correct one. The cages were covered with net to keep out the pests, and as an extra precaution the legs of the birds were dipped in oil of pennyroyal, red cedar and other remedies with per fectly satisfactory results. The insects can bite through the feathers of the canary with perfect ease. All birds when they sleep during the summer spread out their feathers, making it easy for the long-billed mosquito to .each their bodies. How He Was Crushed. A dudish young man sat on the end of the seat of an open car with a sense of proprietorship, when another dudish young man jumped upon the footboard and stared at him for a mo ment and then said: "Thir, why donth you hitch along?" "Why should I hitch along?" queried the other. "Because, thir because I lisp. If you will pay attention you will see thath I lisp. I have had a front tooth taken out, thir. Yes, thir, I have had a front tooth taken out so as to make me lisp, and I demand, thir I demand thath you hitch along and give me the end seat." "You are way off, my lisping friend. Can't you see that I have Just had my ears manicured and that they are of a beautiful pink?" "Oh, I thee," said the lisping young man. "Yes, thir, I thee, and I will admit thath pink ears beat a lisp, but I will climb over you end thit down and feel duly crushed." Cincinnati Enquirer. Where It Really Was Cold. At the boarding house on Morrison street they were discussing climate. The Portland man declared that the ground last winter never froze to a depth of two inches. "It froze two feet where I came from," said the man from New Jer sey. "Up In the Adirondack mountains," remarked the New Yorker, "the ground last winter froze to a depth of ten feet." The Iowa man sat quietly munching his lettuce while the others expect antly awaited his effort to outmatch the New Yorker. "Pshaw!" he said, "that's nothing. Why, back in Des Moines the ground froze so deep that the Chinese em peror sent a request to Gov. Cum- mings to start a fire. He complained that his, subjects had cold feet." Portland Oregonian. The Passing. I Just mlsfd happiness to-day. Coquftte, Mie took another way, Another turning. Oh. rhf went up as I cam down; Onlv thf tlutter of her Rown, Her mocking laughing for my frown And wistful yearning. A moment more, a moment les Had won or lot her IlnnnlneFS. Hut nh. worjie this In; To come Just near enough to ee What might he and what could not be; Just near enough her Hps ah me! To think of kisses. Just near enough to realize How glad her imlle, how Hue her eyes How iwift her pace Is. Ala. Just near enough to pay. "So close was Happiness to-day I know, who might not bid her stay. Mow sweet her fact is." Tr.eodosla (Jarilson, in Woman's Home Companion. Unreliable. "Martha," said a Westrort woman to her negro cook, "when are you and Abo going to be married?" "Doan know es Ah'll mahry dat man," replied the cook. "What's the matter, now?" she was nsked. "Well, ma'am." the cook said, shak ing her head, "Ah hear Ab been run- Inln' around wif ernuthah woman. Ah's full oU susptcioslty 'bout dat man." j Kansas City Times. (o) 7 on The Healthful Life; the 'Battle CreeK Idea A NEW BOOKLET ABSOLUTELY FREE BY THE TIME this Publication reaches its readers the first sheets of a new booklet on Healthful Liv ing will be off the press. This book let cost thousands of dollars to prepare. The facts it sett forth are the result of thirty years of experiment, analysis, re search. The ideas of the leading dieteti cians of the world are summarized in it. It would be hard to compute its value in dollars and cents, but it will be mailed without charge to any reader who asks ftr it. We hope to send a copy into every home in America. It ought to be read by every man who desires to have physical strength, to do his full share in the world's work. Every woman who wishes to perform her whole duty to herself and family, should not only read it, but carefully, thoughtfully study it. There is nothing pedantic In the booklet- no exploitation of fads or fancies just plain straightforward talk and practical truths. It tells of a rational life you can live in your own home, whereby you can secure abounding, abiding health. It tells the BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM CO., onstipatEosi Endangers Life Deal IVith the Honest Druggist When you ask your druggist for Mull's Grape Tonic, a cure for Constipation, Stomach and. Bowel Trouble, and he tries to sell you something ele which he claims is just as good, that is substitution or dishonesty. It is an insult to your intelligence. He does it for profit, and not because he cares about your health. No honest druggist will do it. Stop a moment and reflect before you permit him to mislead you. He is willing to endanger your life and health for the sake of a few pennies. Is he a safe man to trade with? Deal with the Honest drug gist who will promptly supply you with what you know you want, and that which you call for. Until Mull's Grape Tonic was put on the American market there was no cure for Constipation and Stomach trouble. Your Doctor will tell you as much. 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