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Look Within for the Cause of All Your Mis
Ky ULIiA Will
Copyilglit. Iflli, by llie Stur Company.
It Is curious how many people are seek
ing in fill"!. In destiny. In iifolilent or mis
fortune the caURe of their failures mid
troutilPB and all the time refusing to look
In themselves whero tfie cause Ilea. For
tlif cause of every
thing lies within
Wo are born into
a certain envlron
inent, ninl we have
a certain kunl of
people for relatives
hecaupe In other
incarnations w e
ninile these condi
Ixjnff UKo. In a de
parted era. a younjT
il wna Klven a
humble home and
j'nrentH and lirotll
rs and ulsters to
kive and cherish
Instead, she wilfully sousl't her own
yliahures and, lived a life of utter sel-
Clslmet'i", brlnsInfc'Forrow -and mlseiy to
Slie pacscd out of the body at an ad
vanced ape, deeply rcKrettlnd her selfish
life, ct this regret did not prevent her
from beltiH placed by the, Great Maxtor
oack in the same clam when slie caino
again to earth, and she wjib obliged to
do the work over again which sho had.
netrlected before, only under more
troubled conditions, and sho was obllprcd
to makp. tarrlflco after cacrlflco for those
the had once neglected nnd wronged.
Then, nfter nbe had performed her task,
slie pas permitted to attain happiness
So every condition In which we find
ourselves In earlv life is brought about
by our own deeds In former lives. Hut
the power is given us to alter every con
dition and to change every environment
which is unsatisfactory to us.
And all thesi changes we must make
for oursehes, and not expect them to be
made for us by others.
Here comes a letter from a reader 'who
believes there ii some hidden power try.
lug to binder her from making friends,
whllo all tho tlmo It is her own mental
attitude which stands in her way.
"I do not make friends. 1 am anxious
to, but, owing to pome unseen force or
for some reason not apparent to me, I
seem to repulse people, while I am ni
heart very cordial and nuxlous to hnv
people like me. I dread an isolated life.
'an 1 do something to make real friends
tf tho pvopio J meet'.' I have been told
t-omo that my exterior appearance is
'Jiughty nnd exacting, but I aim to be
Tkarltablc In my opinion", and do not
Jisli to be so thought of. us It makes me
Jliserable to have It so."
We get what we give. I have never
,'Aown this ruio to fall in the long run.
J wo give sympathy, appreciation, good
fill, chirltablo thoughts, admiration and
iovc, wo reurlve all these back from hu
manity in time-
Wt muy bestow them unworthily. as
the sower of good seed may cast- It on
a rocky surfftco; bt the winds of heaven
will scatter It broadcast and, while tho
rpek remains barren, the fields shall yield
a golden harvest.
The seed must be good, however.
Jf 1 say It myself, without- any real re
paid for another In my heart, "I want
that person tu UUe me; I will do all in
tin power to please lilm," I need not be
mrprlsed If my efforts fall or prove of
t.nl. temporary efficacy.
Neither need I feel surprised nor pained
Are the Fly and Mosquito Dangerous?Jj
The fly, with kpontfy feet, collect thc inviaiblc germ- of diicuset, sprcadi
hem over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with
its bite injects into our veins malaria and yellow fever. The bacteria of consump
tion, or grip, are everywhere present for ui to breatho into our lungs. The blood
tvhicli flows through our veins and arteries is our protection. It should contain
healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding off these disease
terms. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterativo
made entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of hloodroot, golden seal,
Oregon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a
U. Magi'ire, Ksq. Dr. Pierce'
THE V4IFE FOUmO THAT
A.m I'M TXMl
in the Other Incar
i if I find by nnd by that other people are
j bestowing policy friendship upon me
actions with no feeling for u foundation.
No matter how kind and useful 1 make
' my conduct toward an individual,. If, in
I my secret heart, I am criticizing htm
( severely and condemning him. I must
expect criticism and condemnation from
I others as my portion,
f We reap as wo sow. Some harvests lire
' longer In growing than others, but thev
all urow In time.
I fancy my correspondent Is too anxious
to make friends to be sincere in her feel
ings She is wondering what she can do
, to a'trnct people to herself. Instead if
forgetting all about herself. In a spon
taneous desire to bestow pleasure.
'he is thinking, "How can I make that
person a friend to me?" not "How Tan
j I be a friend to that person?" There Is
I a vast difference In tho mental attitude
necessary In asking the two questions
j I do not mean that obliteration of self
is commendable. Servility In love r
' triendslilp, or duty. Is never commenda
ble. 1 do not bellovo God Himself reels
complimented when tho beings He
creuted as the highest typo of His work
manship declare themselves worthless
worms, unworthy of His regard!
"We are heirs or God's kingdom, and
rightful inheilUnrH of happine&tt ami
health and success. What monarch
would feel pleasure in having Ills chil
dren crawl in the dust, saying, "Wo are
less than nothing miserable, unworthy
Would lie not prefer to hear them say.
proudly. "We are of royal blood?"
AVe ought always to bollevo la our
best selves In our right to love and be
loved, to give and receive happiness,
and to toil and be rewarded. And then
wo should bestow our love, our gifts
and out toll with no anxious thought
about the returns, If wo chuiicu to love
a loveless individual to give to om
bankrupt In gratitude to toil for ihc
unapproelaijvt It is but n temporary
deprivation for us. The love, the grati
tude, and the recompense will nil come
to us In tlmo from nmc source -or
many sources. Jt cannot fall.
A Uuiilut Hope.
A paity of utlstorratlc rhlladelpliliui
asst mbled for the it-ceul historical .cle
bratlon at Yorktown. wore telling iinee
dotja of Philadelphia celebrities past and
David Chew said with a sigh:
"W have no longer In 'hllaielphla
mien pli turesque thuructers us ,'ichat'd
Yuux was. Do ou remember him, with
his long, while hair, striding down Chestnut-street?
lie woie no overcoat In the
coldest weather. I wish he were still with
us, facing the winttr blasts so bravely in
bis patent leather sIioh, his black broad
cloth coat, old-fashluned collur and flow
"Hieliard Vaux was ery h;iudsotue In
his youth, and when secretary to the
American minister to Hnglund lie bad the
honor of dutn lug with yucen Victoria at
a court ball at lluckttigham palace. He
whs the. only American who ever had this
honor. The queui singled lilm out for
hei partner In the cotillon on uccountNif
his good looks and ills grace.
"When Klehard Vnux returned to his
Philadelphia iritne his di-ar, old-fashioned
guuUer mother said to him with a (hake
of the head and a chiirmlng smile:
" "Richard. 1 hear liee has ben Mun
clng with the queen of Kuglaiid 1 do
liope. my Iv.y, thee won't marry out of
meeting.' " -Pittsburgh DlJateh
Hilly Then your enuseinent with .Maud
is off, old fellow, eli?
Tnm-Ytrt. T'n inther afiuld Slaiiil
i be contiary In matrimonial hsrness. Hhe
Hill No ' How dM you reach that
conclusion? ' '
Tjm Well, l asked her. suppj"MnK w
were married. If she would vote as I did.
Hilly- And what did she reply?
Tom She said. "X. I should vote thi
other way." Judge
good reputation for over forty years, J he refreshing in
fluence of this extract is like Nature's influence the blood
is bathed in the tonio which gives life to the blood tho
vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased
activity consumes tho tissuo rubbish which has accumulated
during the winter.
"About forty yer a so while In Newark. New Jrr, I had thills
and tcrer," write Mit. Michael, Maouike. of National Military Home,
Rant. t wnt to Kaniaa City and in the princ of IhTZ the chills and
fever returned. Doctors and everything I trll failed to do mo sruod.
finally I saw Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery advertif ed. I toolc
one bottJe of it and the chills vaniihwi. In about a year afterward
I felt them eomli.ic liack to 1 ast another bottlo tnd hate nerer had
any tymplumt of fever or ague sij.ee. That Ii all cif twen V year njco,
for I had 'he elultt abet twr'va years before 1 started to UXa (JuUun
PleaaeM Pellets are tor liver Ilia.
J (j TO
tho Fight Cuoo we riLLeo
to THE LIMIT. THef nOHT wno
OVtf TJ-tflT PUT n VETePftN UP
nonrvttT n votrrH. the- crowd
was. yexttN fiho wH'6Ti-Mo
ns rue .old oy cu w&eo
THPOU&H THE BOPS6. SPEECH!
ePpeCH.' ECrlOFD FROM flU
ZIDGG, Of THE HV.U THE
veVff urtri sowej) to (bhtovs
His fiPPRECtfrriCN no thctn
Zrtftnrcn ; , flMeNV nNYTHiN
to 6-Vto vo.u fellow ot
coyj-E -nv orft Heae Er.Pi.nin
& (SUITE n LOT.Ib BZ.TIMCf?C?i
wEifi., rve qoNe At'
C.OCNT AL". MV
r . ( ' If w
I j , A SORT CORN IS UOUnLLY En&U&H J '
TO nrn& 1
1 jt-ia j-r r w . Lu r K
1 IL ,J Vll Tm iJTIi if m mm Jmr M 1
"Go Back to the Farm," Says
iiy n.uuu iikt in itii.viti) ,vi:i.
Why is the ost of living hlkth?
Vou cant escape this subjoct, for It
-Mies at vou from the title p.tKe or the
('biistniUM magazine. It Is dlacussed ,ivr
pink shaded tea table; it has gotten into
the theater. Into vaudeville and tho "mov.
les," ami it in becoming uppermost lu
the mind of the shopper whether she tM
, a "Spujf," or uti ordltiary mortal lmbud
with the desire to give at Christmas time,
and with the haunting dread that the
cost of living won t permit her to do as
much as hc ild Ijat ysur.
Mia. Sophia l.o. bingr in thn wllknown
miffragUt ami a incmlwr o( r Uomhi club
nrd soi'ivtlm whore alto Is in impiuve
li'ing ..i rtltlon - generally and the
" d ' til. M I' , IT, -, , c
: It .
Mr 1,' ' ' t j i , , n , j.
IV I H".0 1Kv. SI I iHKW. --f i. v v I t TpvaaalBBlBKI ' .11 V - (' C-i-n Ai&ljrt ' I
THE BCORe Wfl6 34 TO-O ND
THe Bfisrf ruLL.rHc crfrcrtGR
rrtonea opto thc richer
fNO SE?PN THE OLD CONV&P-j
bP(TIOH ftBOUT THC CHI HOGS
SlTUATON.GTC. rHOfS He
the home- Pi.frre zowial
TH6 nTTtt" GtAMMCO tub
&LL WHCrV NBGTL.ITC) ON
PHIL 'Bn9TrXGTffNb OGfth
inx cn o&ex him to loQunwK,
"i Dent. IN BONDS GO MUCH
THey cnuL n gtoc'Kn&
VOU HIT 7HE fSBKSE
; und her idttus n tho wh coat or living
are tllffeiBiit rrom thoo KMtb ilKvo b'c, 1
exprrsaed H0 tur uy otner ,,,,;
women In the city.
.Wiw and nnthuatuMtle. it
was tine of the hardwtt working iuembM ;
of tho Woman's Umocratlo ootnmltteo
working to elect Governor Wllaou and 1
ah specialized n her campaign work on ,
the tariff qubstlort
"The problem of the high cot of llv.
lug exists all over the world. Abroad, '
In crtuln placa. prics are higher even
than they are her. The problem goos
.tlwsjitr than the political question, always
mxceptlHg the high tariff on living com
modities, wlilrh, when that has been re-du-ftl
w.ll alltvlate the oudtt'nn to a
c. rt.i f-tint hut or' el :'ii ts.
. . 'I Mr-' j,ol;its;r'
i(tr ' -, gr at ri "ii n f3r
BUSIMES5 IS AU-KiqHT, vum A PtHtW vSh'.W avJc
Javi t uon i LftT IF iMHUi- w vm Knvwi ,,,,.r)
iON""a-M'6TAH croHrve ON, Cms
VOU T8LL MC BC Dtr'eB-NCT
OeTwensr oott zct aihgciv
SlIfRr nNT TSJ u;sM.iSui
THE OLX OntiCH DUOtCT'
tUTBptLOCUTOff- ICKVf IT UP
DoNrS'weusuH, our oaer
diN0sr aiH&t, n 600 wait
(MrtrioouTo-yrd and thc
ONC WHO StNO&rHE OLD
tho high coct of l lug I
" Pbst of all, tin e la the Increase In'
"If tho globe would only extend an It i
becomes more und more Inhabited, them j
would be plenty of room for till, but up- !
foituttately, the glube Is not utaatle, und'
uiuin My lias a tendoncy to congrugatu '
lu ! tulh places In the big civics, tu
o-ctrov.d thutn and to Ilrvu the aur- .
rounding country inure Or leiW deserted, j
Let us take the; question of ' food, fur In-'
"Of tolire, there er loo maio mid
dlemen who make their profit. tuWIntf
It from tliu ultltustteAcoimuiiier, and,
tieuitiulU thistsmldtilHihen vl'lfl be elllilt
iiated und .tho'protluet'ri.ofo the farm to f
Hit .oiistimei" vlll ;iot , hftvu, ' to 'iftss
tliniiiyh hit tunny ImndH. , -1 . "
N j guml cult J)C ilulut iy Hie iiqcasliinaj
meat rlotx. the black-listing of certain
slums and murlcijtij. Hum iusltutloni are
Hil. uloiiK' alsil liuimrul. Tilt; Ctlndltbin of
high prices is general, ami .the disturb
ance is merely loeal. and tlotrn not roally
get it, tin; r.poi o tho matter I cannot
see whs I should slop dealings with my
IMitchlT at.tl grocer und market nl a dis
tance many miles from im lioinr-. even if
I rfoUld ge4,tlilngn a fc"'cents ftieapoi by
tett doing, vlflch' It not alwqV tho can (
"Trie small .dealer I dependent on tHe.
s"uppurt of the people In hln netR'nborhootl.
ahd even If 'we Itnd a ST.OOO.frt tnafkf', 1
iln-'not be,lne tliat the Kencrel conditions
would be. Improved, or that l he high coat
of living would b lowered. ' ferrrlcborty
wofuld have to r,Kv ror the ma.!t, rind in
i lt!os where such marktta exift, prlfes
aw- t'n higher tharthiy n c hnre, wit-no-s
Hfrlln and l'a'rs, for InManco.
"If the maiket ffets tho bcnflt of the,
ii.oncpoly in food ntuffs, wheio lines the
w ell fleabji come in? Suiely he has nr
iltht to live, trio,"
" ittra.Mra. IrfitibnC'r va aaked if 'she
hr.(l any drflnlt'o r'liR rhe'reHy, Ote cost ,
of Jh"(nr cntild l' lowtrrtM rfiT.? i bo
lore Uv mlllenlum. o." within tfui lifo-'
lima of the avcian reftdt:.
'T.'t-. I UfO." ald M.J on., njer
eiiipr at.es I'y. r id :t le J.m tb '. Tn get
bfk to thoM pcr.ln.isi ef i e oj :i. -y
whtru ovi";.r-fiuttioi b itn ..-e'.as.at
ths Ulffh Mt oi llv'.na. In elhar we. :.
to rttutn to ') eftumiy t- trW c. .'.. ,
itudy of agrinttlture and eintlUe fnrin
ll)S. tnstnul of f,ver-e:ov.Clu la .n.'fes- (
f'ojis ul leli can t.s ien; of;;1 i;teat
llvojlhooil rllhei' for rnen .- imi...
"Scientific farming offer Inimip.
portunltles to women. Ttier is vorb tar '
every able-bodied woman m ibu .c ian i y,
and InsienU of sddlnrl nu more .o t.-a
long lino of maiiicwUiti!, tyihit, clerks,
or. If they are men. overfhwdmg li'e .ro
fesalons of law, tnetllci nnd lnkni.
lot them become prtluer4, tfl dam ldp '
to raise cattlo m gralH. vujfejib e ami
"If I Mii:il, ' tid aa.!i r'.?' 'v
by eultlvntltig tlu Biihurhn of qui- t .ws, '
by Insisting tbrt '-htt Hity :t j T:!i
the real estate people had fti aars ;nl
years shoulil he . ..intd Into vae'.:ibis
gardens or developed to prniuce wma
foofl stuffs for tti" tteople tin w .n ,n tho
titgb t O't ' II' l' I'fH li'O'l - In i t -I
burden the ' f '
The rr' d ' '
r."v. 'i wt tit" i I y
hut happened to Hohblus' I.exlpliotm
Is dt'Hcrlbed In inotrlo terms by Dan C
ltule, Jr., in the September Green Hag.
The Ixixlphone was tne invention of
Dvandcr Outnslieugh Hobblns, and Its
plrire wa- to rxpedlsle nnd slinpllf)'
court procedure nnd bring the scales of
thn blind goddess within balling .distance
of the plain people.. Invnntor tlobbtns
hastened with his wonderful device to
his dearest friends. Justice Tlyng nna
Ho greeted thnn with ardor, snd ald,
"My faithful friends.
You have no premonition of what thin
Hut futurn epto posts shall sing UiU
tlmo and place
As marking mighty progress In the wol-
dweller would get n c.hnnon to letiin ths
rent plenntirn that there la In growing
things. Oncn they hsvn learned this, It
would not hn difficult lo urgo Uiem to
go to Ihe country, whero there Is work
nnntiKl! for nil,
"I would atiggeat, too, for the weanlthler
ntiuia liuteiid of ghlnr" to cspenslvo auin
trier hfttnU nnd waterlnfr place, wltor
the women and young girl spend fimall
fortunrso on droa, that tho summer
should bo devoted to a life of outdoor
nctivlty in field and garden, where the
women eould reoelly get acquainted with
Nature, nt first hum!, and whure they
could learn some of the delights of agri
culture. "t'eoplo think that farming rrqulrra
only physical muscle. That Is wrong.
Keleiitlflo rurmlng Is a matter of hrnlns,
I. i a flsld thnt offers Intlnlte posal
lillltlea, paitlcnlnrly to women, nnd It Is
only by getting nwny from the congested
purls of thn cities, by getting back Into
the country nnd becoming producers In
stead of consumers only, thnt the ques
tion of th n high cost of living will he
sntlaraatortly solved for thh masses.
"You can ho a producer Jn a very smnll
way, Vou can begin with a, flower pot
full of parsley on your kitchen window
Kill, nt' p. little, patch of vegetables te
your biiBlt yard or on your roof.
"A;vtr.lr.t like thnt lu nn entering
umlfco whlrili ma' stimulate thn ambition
lo tlu duilgiiis tf nsrrlnultiirn with Its In
flliitu ptieiilhlllllea for happlnern, health
ami tits CArtU-lnty of lowering the cost
JJlUeKlObOH one best beer. It is a
Tie Beer of Qoality pleasure lo look at the bot
, tie anticipation is keen, v
n.nd realization is in keeping with expectation. X
At the club, in the dining car, at leading
hotels and cafes, wherever the best people con
gregate, you find Pabst "Blue Ribbon" always
served with the modest luncheon or the most
liottlcd only at tho brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showinv at a eltmca that It Is clean and pure.
Have your home supplied.
Phone or write.
The Pabst Company.
Phono DoujU. 79, A 1479
1307 LtAv.nt.ur.il Omaha, Nebr.
Get the Kick
are of ihe ihcc.
Von wondrous mecluijilstn, which weighs
but sixty pound.-,
Will increase the speed of lew courts by
prodigious leaps and bounds;
No more thn crowded docket', no morn
thn law's delays';
Hut lawyers, courts, and clients shall
' wnrhle. hymns of praise,
And every evil-doer his subtlest crimes
When hnled Into tho presence of the
t'pon this wnxen roller uod Ita two
Is wrapped the constitution nt times
r.lkewtsn tho constitution of any given
Anil u. tllgeaisd Irutiseilpt of Its statutes
up to flnte,
Then Into this receiver thn plain, un
Of any uno riru utiitudl thn law ran
And In calm Jurilelui aiuisnlH, liy a u.u
My Invnntluu makes dniiltlimn wlt.t a
sqiiureiiC4 mi Mnsonin,
So fair, and an Infallible, tlutt msr putkv
list in awn
To thirty. mlniltn Jitsllnu fq acsorrftiiuu
with ihe law.'"
Then Tlrowno rottiirt'ed flobltlnti hh, una
who speaks In Jest,
And said, "With your porinlajloti, J'i
put It to tho test,"
Then Into tho roenlver ht tiilked H
A aupteme court dnolsltut, with HlanqltL
O. J., dlrsfntlng,.
And listened with nmuuemenl tho whllu
Itcvevn'' tt--Lt tfinv'A trib.insl with ti
loglo all Its own,
l u iim .in iiMt iitiil, lattgtiter gave wtii
to doubt, then wonderi
Its shouted, "Ilrownp, those Judges 1ihv
I oiiide nn awful blunder!
Tills dnvlllsh aw-box puts It In such a
Thai any sober layman could seo thnt
ninnquo was right!"
Instead of prnlslng nobhlns ns In good
sooth they ought,
His legal friends stood spellbound by ona
Then Hyng's pale Hps were pnrtrd ns one
wno grasps in mine:
I "Old friend, by George, wn hate tis hut
must, or go to workl"
Then heedless of Kvandnr'a loud cry of
They pounced upon tho Ioxlphtnte, and
kicked It down thn stair,
And us that great invention upon tliu
1 pavement lay.
' Urnwne stamped upon lta rulna In s.
truly savngo way,
While Hyng knelt down Isralda II, en.
deaurlnR with hla li;t
i To pulverize the pieces Hrnunu s paUntt
! lentliers missed.
'T'HERE'S no use of
talkingthis is the