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Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Telia why everyone should drink
hct water each morning
Why Is man and woman, half the
time, feeling nervous, despondent,
worried; some days headachy, dull and
unstrung; Bomo days really Incapaci
tated by illness.
If we all would practice Inside-bath-Ing,
"what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of thousands of
half-sick, anaemic-looking souls with
pasty, muddy complexions we should
see crowds of happy, healthy, rosy
theeked people everywhere. The rea
on Is that the human system does not
rid Itself each day of all the waste
which it accumulates under our pres
ent mode of living. For every ounce
cf food and drink taken into the sys
tem nearly an ounce of waste material
must be carried out, else it ferments
and forms ptomalne-llke poisons which
are absorbed into the blood.
Just as necessary as It is to clean
the ashes from the furnace each day,
before the fire will burn bright and
hot, so wo must each morning clear
the inside organs of the previous day's
accumulation of Indigestible waste and
body toxins. Men and women, wheth
er sick or well, are advised to drink
each morning, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water wittl a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate In
It, as a harmless means of washing
out of the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the indigestible material,
waste, sour bile and toxins; thus
cleansing, sweetening and purifying
tho entire alimentary canal before put
ting more food Into the stomach.
Millions of people who had their
turn at constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, nervous days and sleep
less night3 have become real cranks
about the nipping inside-bath. A quar
ter pound of limestone phosphate will
not cost much from your druggist or
at the store, but is sufficient to dem
onstrate to anyone, its cleansing,
sweetening and freshening effect upon
the system. Adv.
Wireless Men In Demand.
Radio operators are enlisting in
great numbers In the ranks of the bel
ligerent nations of Europe. It Is re
ported that In the British navy alone
more than 5,230 radio operators havt
enlisted. Among those serving on
warships one has earned the Victoria
cross, one the cross of the Legion of
Honor and four the distinguished-con-duct
SUFFERED FOR FOUR YEARS.
Mr. J. M. Sinclair of Olivehlll,
Tenn., writes: "I strained my back, J
which weakened my kidneys and !
caused an awful bad backache and I
the bladder. La
Yl ter I became eo
S much worse that
,11 I consulted
"3" dctor 'n0 eaI(
ASr that I had Dia-
ftMxfi betes and that
fected. I suffer-
Mr. J. M. Sinclair. ed for four year8
and was in a nervous state and very
much depressed. The doctor's medi
cine didn't help me. so I decided to
try Dcdds Kidney Pills, and I cannot
say enough to express my relief and
thankfulness, as they cured me. Dia
mond Dinner Tills cured me of Con
stipation." Dodds Kidney Pills, f0c. per box at
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Dodds Dyspepsia Tab
lets for Indigestion have been proved.
tOc. per box. Adv.
He Was Right.
A man rushed to the entrance of a
lunatic asylum in the middle of. the
night and yelled to tho keeper to let
"Let me in!" he cried. "I have sud
denly gone Insane."
The keeper woke up, thrust his head
. out of a first-story window and bel
lowed down in rage:
"What? Come here at this time of
night? Man. you must be crazy!"
.HEW TREATMENT FOR
Swollen reins are dangerous and
often burnt. 8ufferer are advined to
pet Jl two-ounce, original bottle ot
Kmerald Oil (full strength) at any
pharmacist and start to reduce the
veins and bunches at once.
l'hynlclans recommend Emerald Oil;
ft 1s used In hospital practice and a
mall bottle will last a long time, be
cause' It Is very concentrated. Apply
night and morning with the eoft brush
aa directed until the swelling Is re
duced to normal.
It Is so marveloualy powerful that
swollen Rlands. and even goitre dlsap
pear when used steadily.
Mrs. Knlcker What Is your trade?
Weary Willie I shovel rain, mum
New York Sun.
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To bait pint of water add l oz. Fay Ram, t
rmtll box of Barbo Compound, and H oz. ot
jr lyoerlne Apply to the hair twice a week
until H beoomes the desired shale. Any drug
Khl can ut this us or you can mix It at
home at very little cot. It will gradually
darken utrcaked, faded pray bair. and re
moves dandruff. It Is excellent for falling
hair and will make harrh hair toft and glrmoy
It will not color the pcalp, Is not sticky of
?reacy. and does Dot rub oil. Ad
If a man can afford to sit down an
waitxfor a golden opportunity to com
along; ha doesn't Deed It
Hy R O. SELLERS, Actinpr Director of
8uniay School Course, Moody lilblf
(Copyright, lilt, Woatrrn Nrwpappr Union.)
LESSON FOR MARCH 5
THE DEATH OF STEPHEN.
T.TSSSO.V Tr'XT Acts 7:1-8 3. I
(iOLDKN TKXT-Bf thou faithful unio
ch-rtth and I will lve thee the crown ot
life. Hcv. 2:10.
This lesson closely follows that ol
last Sunday. There aro some battles
ot life that are not fought with fists
or weapons. The boy who holds his
temper is more manly than the one
who goes into a fight simply to win.
Paul tells us how and what to fight
(Kph. 6:11, 12). Wo must show the
scholars clearly the two great bat
tles Stephen fought nnd the victory
he' won as described In today's les
son. The charges mado against
Stephen wero made by "falso wit
nesses." Thl does not mean men
who Invented falso words, but men
who took isolated statements, distort
ed them and by innuendo used them
for their own ends. Stephen was
charged with three things: (a) Bias
phemy against God (6:11-13), (b)
That ho had said Jesus would return
and destroy the temple (6:14), (c)
That he claimed that Jesus would de
stroy or abrogate the law (6:14). This
great passage of Scripture is so pro
found and so closely consected that
we hesitate In trying to separate It
Into divisions or sections. We much
prefer to note the logical argument
and presentation Stephen the Spirit
anointed deacon made to the Sanhe
drin. I. Stephen's Defense. Stephen was
a Greclanlzed Jew, whose name
means "a crown." He answered the
charges of these foreign accusers,
made before the Sanhedrin, seriatim.
His point of contact was to respect
fully remind the council that he
was an orthodox Jewish believer and
worshiper (v. 2). He called the coun
cil "Men, brethren and fathers." They
were common believers and all were
standing before the God-appointed i
leaders of Israel. Stephen In his re- j
ply showed that he reverenced God !
and God's prophet Moses, thereby an-'
swerlng the first charge (v. 11), and J
whilo ho reverenced the temple he !
showed that It was not essential to
worship (7:47:49). This last was in ;
answer to their second charge (6-14). j
In answer to their third charge Ste
phen then turned upon his enemies J
and by direct and indirect charges he i
convicted them of certain facts. In- j
directly, by skillful repetition of Jew
lsh history, and a review of the
prophets, he discloses the vacillation
nnd rinfulncss of God's chosen people
(2?, 29). Directly he accuses these
leaders of having been subservient to
certain customs as being superior to
the law they professed to obey. Ste
phen's accusers were, as we have
seen, from without Jerusalem (6:9.
10), and his first battle was concern
ing the truth about Jesus. His second
groat battle, and one of his ultimate
dory, was with these avowed ene
mies of Jesus (6:11-8:3).
II. Stephen's Death. Tho real con
test of this occasion was Satan vs.
the Holy Spirit. Stephen put to roui
these men from the foreign synagogue,
hence the Jewish authorities deter
mined to take hold of tho problem
themselves and put a stop to this
Christian teaching." Stephen's sud
den application of the Scripture to his
Judges caused intense anger. He
preached the word of God in the dem
onstration of the Holy Spirit, and such
preaching always cither produces con
viction of sin, or eise arouses anger
at the preacher. Theso men could not
deny tho truth of his accusation; they
therefore turned upon him in anger.
Deing "full of the Holy Spirit" is an
abiding condition and inevitably In
volves a conflict with Satan. It led
Stcpncn to look up and not about
him, and in his hour of testing he saw
a wonderful vision of heaven "The
glory of God and ot Jesus standing.''
Let us accept the testimony of this
dying man as a literal fact This
sight strengthened him for his suf
fering and for his witnessing. Death
had no-more terror for Stepheji and
he was aithful and steadfast to the
III. Stephen's Burial. These men
overreached themselves, for persecu
tion simply scattered those who gave
the Christian testimony a wider and
f. more effoctlve hearing (11:1921).
This force of circumstances thrust the
arly church forth from Jerusalem.
Wow, after a period of perhaps five
or seven years, we see the beginning
of the literal fulfillment of the Pente
costal program (Acts 1:8). During
this storm of persecution the apostles
remained at their posts in Jerusa
lem. Sauls rage knew no bounds, and
not content with disputations in tho
synagogues, he persecuted the church,
sparing neither sex nor age (8:1-3).
Stephen's success was in his per
sonal life and his unswerving testi
mony. Stephen's victory has been a first
fruit of the triumph of the church
throughout its history. In heaven he
wears the victor's crown r-mong "the
Over tho grave of the two Wc3leys,
in Westminster Abbey, la a tablet
carlng these words: ' God buries his
workers, but carries on the work."
Meeting Requirements of Modes
in Model in Perfect Taste
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A party frock for the social bud,
which does Its American designer no
end of credit, tells its pretty story In
tho picture above. Put half Its charm
must be left to the imagination, since
it lies in combination of colors. Deli
cate, but not too pale shades of pink
and blue, with the Introduction of sil
ver lace, make up a flowerlike con
ception which It is an inspiration to
The underskirt of pink silk net con
trives to be fairly full about tho hips,
and very full about the ankles, by the
simple and lovely expedient of the
band of silver lace insertion set In,
like a girdle, below tho hips. It is
piped at each side with a cord, cov
ered with pink, satin, and the net Is
gathered to It. This allows the
flounce to be much fuller than the up
per portion. Tho flounce Is bound at
tho bottom with a cord covered with
satin. Over this underskirt a eecond
skirt of blue net falls, covering Its en
tire length. It Is bound with blue
satin, which causes it to stand out
about tho bottom.
The bodice is cleverly designed of
blue Ratin, with a square piece set
Costume for the Small Boy
and His Charming Sister
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After studying the displays of ready
made clothing for little boys and girls
one is inclined to think that it is a
wasto of time and energy for the busy
mother to undertake the making of
it at home. In the little suits and
dresses, rompers, and aprons shown,
the styles are good, the materials ex
cellent and the workmanship satisfac
tory. The prices are better than rea
sonable; they are low. There Is econ
omy In making fine dresses, on which
hand embroidery and hand sewing are
used, but for garments that are to be
worn day in and out, the manufacturer
has met all requirements, Including
One of the prettiest of the new wash
suits for the email boy Is shown at
the left of the pfqjuro above. It Is a
model in medium dark shade of brown
with collar and belt In brown and
white stripe. Tho cuff3 are piped
with tho sxlped material. White bone
lutjfcvtjfcit-)-:: ''Vtv: burn
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on In the middle of the front and baclc
forming po'nts abovo and below the
waist line. The side bodies are cut
into points at tho bottom and extend
to tho arms. There are small ruf
fled straps over the shoulders. A yoke
of the pink and blue nets is fulled In
at the top of the bodice and gathered
to form a narrow ruffle about tho
round neck. Short puffed sleeves aro
made of the two nets also. The waist
line is defined by two bands of nar
row silver gauze ribbon, and the nar
rowest of silver edging outlines the
ruffle about tho neck.
All tho requirements of the modes
of the hour are met by this model of
good taste In using them. The very
full skirt, the close-fitting bodices and
the airy fabrics that fashion approves
find expression in It.
Tho combination of blue and pink,
which Is a French suggestion, is only
on of several combinations of color
that might bo embodied in a frock
made In the same way. J3ut pink and
bluo used together are met with so
often In displays of spring apparel,
(notably In millinery) that It promises
to be a feature In coming fashions.
buttons fasten the short coat down the
front, and machine stitching figures In
its neat finish." Heavy linen and cot
ton materials are used for suits of
this kind, and they are made in blue,
brown, unbleached linen, and white.
An everyday dress for tho little
girl, shown at the right of the picture,
is of checked gingham, finished with
bands of plain chambray. A real pock
et is set in, stayed with a band at
the top, and a belt extends across the
back, buttoning at one side. Any num
ber of similar dresses are shown, and
the variations in trimming and color
combinations attest to the resourceful
ness cf their makers. They are neatly
made, and will pass without criticism,
even when judged by the standards of
tho capable needlewoman.
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special attention given to an inquiries.
Jt?jj WO CDKVrCTOM WITH ANY OT1U STDMf M
1 ' ' 11 DETROIT, MICH. TJ
Pll The Eners?r Food
tj1 . Oatmeal the efficient fuel for "keep-
f ing up steam" in the human body also
If'k'cHvcz a builder of brain, brawn and bone, be-
Tht Father ot cause it contains an abundance of protein,
r"Fod phosphorous and lecithin.
The exacting standards of quality and
purity that made Dr. Price famous,
are the same standards that are followed
in the manufacture of
111 , ricaess rroutonanng Loupons in Every Package I I
W-yrmr Thc exclusive Dr. Price Pure
fPr Food Store in your town is
1 n r nnn it r a nf1.
G. O. P. Candidates.
Frank B. Leland of Detroit, who
was renominated as a regent of the
university at tho republican state con
vention at Grand Rapids a year ago
in a sensational fight in which his
own delegation from Wayne county
was barred from the convention floor,
celebrates Washington's birthday with
an announcement that he is a candi
date for the republican nomination for
governor at the August primary
The crop of candidates for guber
natorial honors at the republican pri
mary this year promises to be a good
one.' Already the following have an
nounced themselves as being willing,
and anxious, to head the G. O. P. tick
et this year: Albert S. Sleeper, Bad
Axe; Washington Gardner, Albion:
Luren Dickinson, Charlotte; Gerrlt J.
Diekema. Holland. Amos S. Mussl
man of Grand Rapids and Frederick C.
Martlndale of Detroit, who have fig
ured in two other primary campaigns,
may also enter and Chase S. Osborn
may change his mind and mix things
up a bit.
With a big field below the straits It
is rumored that Rep. Albert C Pe
termann, of Calumet, may enter the
race. Should the upper peninsula vo
ters be practically unanimous for Pe
tcrmann his friends believe the north
ern pectlon of the state could control
the primary. .
For Women and Misses
Coat pictured en the right is of Veleur with a
light blue background with large checks out
lined in light yellow; Convertible collar; Rag
Ian Sleeves, Back Belt ending at side pockets
with strap effects which are edged with leather
colored Covert and silk lined. Leather colored
Covert trims the Cuffs and lines the Col
lar. Fancy buttoned trimmed. Self lined.
Coat at left is of Novelty Check Mixture. Has
belted semi-fitted waist line, upstanding back
collar of self material and over collar of Green
Bengallne Silk, which also trims the cuffs.
Nickel buttons with pointed green celluloid
centre. Back of Coat slightly longer than
Dairy and Food .Commissioner
llelrne received a letter from a Port
land woman requesting him to issue
an order to prohibit farmers from
feeding silage to cattle. Tho woman
says silage is fermented and contains
eo much alcohol that cows become In
toxicated and that the milk from
drunken cows is very injurious for
babies. A similar communication was
received from the same source by
the state hoard of health a few weeks
Who is going to pay for printing
the ballots for the coming primary for
national commmltteemen, is a ques
tion being asked at Lansing. The
primary law says that the state shall
pay for the ballots. Auditor General
Fuller whose official approval for the
bill is needed, says the state will not
pay for them. He declares that tho
only way he will approve the bills is
when the Supreme court forces him
to do so. He says the intention of
the legislature was to have the coun
ties foot the bill.
Reasonable Desire for Money.
I desire money because I think .
know the use of it It commands labor,
it gives lelsuce; and to give leisure to
those who will employ it in the for
warding of truth is the noblest present
an individual can make to the whole.
Can't Be. Done.
"It's me" is an "idiom," says a Har
vard professor, and is allowable. It
Is allowable largely for the reason
that we haven't standing army enough
to suppress it. Houston Post..
He Probably Would.
"I am looking," remarked Diogenes,
"for an honest man." "And what will
you do when you find hlra?" "I dunno.
IH probably have to lend him money."
"Some men move through life,"
wrote Henry Ward Beecher, "as a.
band of music moves down the street,
flinging out pleasures on every side,
through the air to everyone, far and
near, who can listen. Some men fill
the air with their presence and sweet
ness, as orchards, in October days,
fill the air with the perfume of ripe
fruit. Some women cling to their own
houses like the honeysuckle over tho
door, yet, like it, fill all the region
with the subtle fragrance of their
goodness. How great a bounty and a'
blessing Is it to hold the royal gifts
of the soul "that they shall be music
to come, and fragrance to others, and
Ufa to all! It would be no unworthy
thing to live for, to make the power
which we have within us the breath of (
other men's Joy; to fill the atmosphero
which they must stand in with a
brightness which they cannot create