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Statin ti ku Id bIiow, ac.i.r.liiiK to I)r. l-i-ho of l!iiiitii..t, thai tti fourth rullt.ii i.f ii,,, town ti t-l I. r Ik un known; t.ut f-iitni ; U cnrrimtly if l.'.rifil lo iii.il.t. tl, ronrlimlon Ini.vlt il.li Hint tin- fin,. ,i,n, n,m f i0,,tP. Wty U u n ri.ilii aiaouiit of time pi;nt In I In! t'onutry. 'Hit. tlty iliiM lubjpct to a niim l r of cllmnrliliiK romlltlona otlnr Miiiti nu ll' nlim-iit it of cri Htiire rom li.ilrt, wlilih uniliTinlim tlm i-oiiHtltii-'tnii J.y tl.rowlni; too tii-uvy a liurdi-n on llni MUM. orKanti, tliroui'h tilh liniihtlon .f tlin ci-ntnil mrvoiis ays 'in follows; uiiioiik tin-nil romlitloiiH an- iioisin. u iii rii-tiiul rouml of hur ry, anil mu inlltiK aoiiii.irrii of lm:l il"i't t-xliaiitliiK th i.tti-ntlon, to will, h nr nuiHTiulil.'il ttit) physilrnl 'CM'iiiiifiirtH of vltliiti'ii air ami ffflu Ua from human Li Iiikh anil ast or tiinii! iiroilurtn. hi-Klili-a offiMmlve K :if iiml Inr.'i tlon Inili'ti dilKt. To I it 1 1 :i : ii olil bkii wo have to relli-vn our- ifhta from worry. Ktralna and nnxle lira, W'tll'lni ! whirl of effortful cxiiitiMirp, tmidify our ili-t, omit tlin UHe of (MlimiUnta ami niirciitli-a, ami uppnil n-ai-iiimlily IiiiiK 1 1 , -r I , . 1 1 a of time under I.li'MHant , r1lann. Iln wiirn Aatra that th roiiilltloiiM In linii tlral r-lir.Mii tit. I f"nolMal1 rwta of KurnrMi hav. aall-d ..... to Inva.la Aintrli-a. Ha r-a a on Aatra tn ,ht:e ail, amiiMmfni tilioulil b f,,lioln night and ruplalna hta plana for lniillfld ntld nc ri-Iiti'd rallli r than ! rVfi-naa. Hv th uaa of aroplana mart n(iut;ht iifiir. Only vexitalili- and Hi-mi anlimil fond a ahould h eatun. Am. -ru an Mi-Uli al AKHOclutlon. Kr flft A niertia f'f Ilia wurl.1 l.y -raya. tha Invatitlon of If Kiinihttl J-'rudnt, r.-nMi-nt of tha united a ovrnnintt. A mcatm from Count von w'ardtnalaln. chancellor of flurmany, that he haa au.-t i-rilnd In pnetratlt.K the rays haalena the denth of i'rud-nt. Ilylna, na "arna hla dauahler Aatra thai foreign In vaaiun u now .rrtHln. Aaira aun ee.Ia har futliar aa pi ealil'-nt. Napoleon Kdlaon, a forinar pupil of I'rudent'a. nffera to aaalal Aelra and hlma at new dlacoverlea which lll make North America lrnpr-nH.hl. A man (tvlna; the nnme of Chevalier dl offera Wenlna'eln the aecret of niaKlna sold In return for Kuropean dla armanient. Tha r-hevallcr la made a prla oner. f'ounteaa Hoaltiy, a apv, hecomea a piiaonar In the hi. ne of diacoverlna dt lii.rli.illrnllv from II, i aCTi. nne iniia in lova wun mm m riodlraliy rrom the j n() ,Irt(., to )un hm ,n an attempt to earapa. By tha uae of rocketa he lum mona a rurloua flylna machine. He ea r-apes and sends a meeaHiie to Astra which reveals the fact that ha Is Napo- Mu i, U koam: Chiropractor .r. If a m ' hi. m l-r aci-n lo -.ii nit. josi:i'ii SIMNAI. A I J IS I'M K.MS -l 'rn tiliar butu -4 i 7 VltM-'ifV T '' ' 1 1 - I l'-n V.rthfrt will Unfl Mm. Winii"-- Hiacthlof IDEAL DAIRY OR STOCK FARM aHimf.M-. Itn trr lirwn of fruit. awiwl.' at 'it 2 mrtm iarrt. t h"ia. m ft turn lfg- rir.ij- tiit r--t ovr ji, with An iftwn mrs hrntt-r . Urr mrn, tr : Ini N fr-jm aT-l ("h-hjia vftiivr. Ituu, r r" 1 mmkm th iMiiironwt!U f-r a. ;.trt rah hain1i- iIma. Aiip Li IW 4 of Itava lii'ttf.. I'urtUfMl. Orrrfn. A ntory of Him lutti poi laureate, Alffil Autitlu: He had Ihtii talking a K'MJ l ul about hiuiKt if uflrr diu nt'r, an wit hl wont, to the annoyance of thu oiluT KiitiHtri, Mill at taut be ;.ld: "I-iidy , In It t!ni for the KM-t luur'ute to ko to Im-J?" And 'veryon lu tho room Hald "Yen." SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, GASES OR INDIGESTION f K nw nubManr. whlrh ! In'lntnift! bm eJtpM m to nn1hlUt th KurrTn f'rcan. Hi lHvprM a not to von r (1ntln on hi flif"ritp drmnndlnaT im- I fTii1UU mlthrlrait'ial If. ! aftn.rkd ftnd I hv (1'Btpoylnj.r (wo Wftrthlpft ftnd Bveral ! Hfroiilanci, forr' von wr1niteln to Mrri to tinlvmnl diiarrnaunent. The j rountciii, who ha rmaln1 tn Amri I from von Wrr1natHn of tha orlncipal ! My of Hchoniburir-IJtriow In raturn for Killmn'i aerrft. F1!aon and hla aaalatanL ! Pantoa. gt In imh h of new drpoalta of ! thm rfmarriAhli aubatanr-. rlrynlth. Thay ; ftnil It on thm mntnim of Hrhomburir-I Alti I nw Tha rmintMa iti Hnntoa Into hr 1 rliitrhca Rha promlwa to reveal Fol- aen a aei-ret aa aoon aa von wernenaiein fnrna fvar tha. flrhnmhi 1 r -f ,1 1 ho W ent&ta to ber. On tha tliy of tha weddtnic of Antra and Krllann the rounteaa and flantoa flvs that rntinlrv Nnntna nrfe('tB a ma chine, la made a fount and marrlea tha rn 1 1 n 1 a a a nnur nHm-P nf Hi'hom hllf ff- i Hpvnith mnA hiiii,i new neat or air- ahlra TTe arHdentally dlarovera a noma THIS FLASHLIGHT Each "Pape't Dlapepaln" Olgeats 3000 that will rend-r ot.,alnK airahlpa help gram, food, .ndmg .11 atom.eh I !r'nr,,:"VnSer.O"K'ir,,r;,0? .hre.'slVo? misery in iiva minuica. rer queen. She plana to aorld. star tha CHAPTER XXI. Continued. This Sunday vii the flrat real day Time 111 In five mlnutea all atom arh dlstrcua will Ito. No linllK'tlon hcartl.urn, aournens or DuicuinK oi . :1 . .. , v tnr c.-.inna nf uu.IIPHteJ 1 of rest that Napoleon had enjoyed for i,u.i n.'i .lizzlmwa. bloaUng. foul long tlm. He found perfect peace i.e.'th nr homlarhe. iln the comr.ny of rara'a lUnpppaln la noted for na STTV K M IK . J, Mile llV Kl'-I 1 AH I'lIK K II :V Iaa4 11.10 and lh. a.t. and we will ,l-.'lvcr t" h.i. ruttipieta w-lh TUNGSTEN LAMPS And Eveready Battery W alan handle !!"" A rrlianrea. Xmaa Tree Healauna. .le u.r Iua. .erriho'S r..eelrlral. SfM) f-fH CAIAUHi. STUBBS ELECTRIC CO. Uril AMI PINK. tlTt.AN0. OBt Thre ar S60.000 nutotnoMlea In the United 8tati-a. exilualve of cornmer lal trucks. Alfred Imvls. of Oil City. I'a . haa a unflower In Ma yard that la nln f'-''t algbt Inchr-a high nnd hfiira 26 fully layelopnl flowers, with aa many more blosaomst 6 MtNJ $30 A WtlK EASY I pare M ' h 0 il r I uail IfM.a gtieli -rr..ln la a ,le4. r,,e ATtHMUIFit MHIKH ?l speed In reKulutln upset atomachs. 11 la the surest, quickest stomach rem edy In tha whole- world and besidea It la harmless. Tut an end to stomach trouble forever by getting a larKe flftycent casn of I'ape'a Dlnpepsin from any drug store. You realize In five mlnutea how needleaa It la to suf fer frotn Indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder, li t tho quickest, surest and most harmless atomacb doctor In the world. ! The pulgnt, a Hurmese measure, is the only foreign measure exactly cor responding to our luch. i j Limited. As we grow older we get senso, but ' not to eicwa. l'lttuburg Tost, ' Lord Curxon bepan a friendly atilt In Washington nKalnst Joseph I. el er ... the tniHtei for the 1.7H0.- imo n.arrliiKO settlement made upon hla deceased wife. Mary Mrtorla Lelt ' o Morrla of Chicago and tho Karl of Suffolk aro to be substitut ed for Kobert T. Uncoln. former sec retary of war. and Viscount M d, ll.v ton JoKeph Lel.er. executor of he agreed hla mother and wife. Nobody knew be had returnea. The surprise that swept over the membera of the staff when he ap peared In congress Monday morning waa rreat As Napoleon arose the great hall her-nrna Instantly silent. He bowed he said: "Honorable President and Repre ontettvea hefnra all else I want to thank you for your kind reception. A loud "hurrah!" stopped him for a Tnere morrow tnornlrn,' was tnt count's answer. Then do so. my dear count, and tf one or the powers snouia reiuse u should be conaldered as an enemy. In league with the Americas. Tomorrow you will kindly call me up again and tell me the results. I will then ar range to meet you." The count consented, then discon nected bis Instrument He went to his majesty and had a gloomy recep tion. The kaiser listened to the de tails of the count's plans and shook his head doubtfully. In the end he consented to the ultimatum, remark ing that the situation could not be much worse. Answers consenting to the terms of the ultimatum came promptly, and au thorized the count to send It out. England, however, refused. The Island Kingdom was the only one that sent a flat refusal. The count shrugged his shoulders Indifferently. "Then we will do with out England, that Is alL" Calling Rosltta on the 'graph, he ad vised her to have her man In reaal- nesa. "to the ultimatum on 1U way?" was her eager queatlon. It Is ready to be sent, already in cipher." "Then send it and in an hour an aerodromone will call for you, I want you to come to Sueroeg to see my fleet" Roaitta shut off the current before the count could answer. His dignity was ruffled at her behavior, but since It was Imperative that he see her he bad to submit to her plan- When the aeroman called for him the ultimatum was on Its way and he was ready to go to Suemeg. Just before he left, however, he sat down to hie deak and wrote a letter, then hurriedly folded It and, sealing It In an envelope, rang the bell for his aide de camp. The Captain von Hochamberg en tered and saluted gravely. "I have a very Important miBaion for you, captain. Take the flrat train to Hamburg and thence to England. This letter contains a sealed order for you. You must be at the German con sulate in Liverpool by 8:00 a. m. to morrow. If you receive no further or ders then you are to follow the In structions that you will find in this sealed letter as quickly as possible. Otherwise return It Intact Here is an order for money and a pass. Secrecy Is Important!" He shook hands wltn the captain and dismissed him. That makes me feel easier. He sighed and started for the eleTator that took him to the waiting aerodromone. An hour later he was in Suemeg, greeting Roe Hta. The man who had made her what she was had lost his value In her eyes. He could do noth ing more for her, so he could be dis carded or destroyed. I have called your honor here, to exhibit the fleet I possess, and to show vou what we have accomplished and what we can do." The latter woroa carried a peculiar accent to the chan cellor's ears, I am quite curious to ee every- thlna-. mv dear princess." "Your curiosity will soon be grati fied, as I have already given oraers to my men." She placed an emphasis on the "ray. The chancellor only bowed; then after a pause he said: "I alao have some orders ror you. princess, from has majeaty the kalaerl" She waved her hand airuy. we can talk about It later." The princess led him at onoe Into right wing of the Una; thta th ahara battle began. The princess could not resist the tzs pulse lo show her prowess. Santos flung their aerodromone Into the fight; they dodged and turned, each trying to gain In elevation, finally, with quick spring the "Princess" evades lu enemy and slid between its wings from the back and the next moment the enemy was a captive. It was an exhilarating sport. "I congratulate you, princess," said the count to the Intoxicated Roaitta. The "Prlnceas" carried the captive machine back to 8uemeg with ease. The other machines returned, one after the other, all enthusiaatlo and discussing the tactics of air warfare. After the Inspection dinner waa served. In which the whole squadron took part Werdensteln greeted sev eral of them as old acquaintances and friends of those good days when the armies held their own and when na was planning to conquer the American continent The times had changed. Now the air men ruled at the com mand of a beautiful, bold woman, whose only motive seemed to be vanity. These gloomy forebodings were war ranted sooner than he expected. Only appetizers and soup had been served. when Count de Korona stood up and addressed the gathering: "The pleasure of greeting the world famous chancellor, the iron-handed man of the German Empire, has been given me. It is a great honor for as to have you at our feast, and we, the conauerors of the air, greet you, who are considered the representative of all the European powers." Rosltta smiled sweetly at the chan cellor, who was watching the speak. In amazement After a short pause. de Korona continued "We greet you as such, as a repre sentative, and I, In my comrades' names, ask your excellency to be with us In heart and drink to the elected queen of the air, who is dlstlned to be queen of the world. Long live our beloved Queen Rosltta." The huzzas that thundered through the hall told the chancellor plainly that this was no pleasantry. His sus picions bad not been without founda tion. He paled and when the tumult died away he stood up, calm and de termined and without a word left tha hall. This action made Rosltta furious. but she did not show her Indigna tion. "The chancellor seems to have lost bis appetite." was all sne said. After the dinner waa over, she gave few curt orders and the aeromeo RAISES th DOUGH Better than ether prwda producing light, dainty, whole some cakes and pastries CRESCENT BAKING POWDER is high grade and I moderate in price I 25c lb. tin at grocers. Craseaat M. 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It. duty and that every mem- ed p per is prn...- ' ten the two rows of aeroaromon The princess led the way to the ma- ton. Joei I.elter estate, change. has to the Wonderful Blood Remedy That Vorks in the Tissues He Very West Thiory About How and Wk 1! a n..Jais.Al lilOCfl IS L'lSOiucitu. and all The great experts In 0em!arr . .....,. imt has rnysu.logy now line,... J. ,.b. Wong been contended by the J"','. ' ens sratHry that th. a-rms nf Mood ' n lodgment In the Interstices w " And herein Is where P. fl. Work rapidly, effmllvely aud wit V sarfully noticeable reaults. ,t. Thta famous Mood partner jwrttslri medicinal component 3iat aaentlal to healthy blood aa the elements of wheat, roa-t hfl. "d , " ana the sugars that make up ur dauy "Ala matter of met there Is one Inrre lant la H. 8. H. which senrss. Impose of ilmulHtli.a- t-' n. of the body to the nMl'h., nutriment. Jlsctlon of its .n e-aent .j ,lip. That la why It r.a-'r'' ,in.nd0. In fy why It ha. e n h " . pliu BiwtMa In over.-,.n.l" era-ma, raan, w !, aui all akin afVUcllv!. ........ I-one- Life and Health. 8. 8. fl. Mean- Pure Wood tne a nu hi : .,.,t.v snl dotal - eyes, loss of w'",ht' nd n.rva that wlt poisoned blood. a vouwm n't only store, ana "' " DUt jrou will ds faith In Its wisdom and nope tnai u will know Its duty and do It accord- "Compatriots, I greet you all! A sigh of satisfaction swept over th hall when Napoleon, after thla hnrt aoeech. sat down. An air of un certainty prevailed; they had expect- ed so much from him and had re- relTiid nothing definite. The speaker of the bouse then opened the sesaion. CHAPTER XXII. D.i.0... Roaitta 8howe Her Colore. The answers of the International neace committee and congress of the ttii. rtonulillcs of America were m final in wording, and were duly cabled to all the rebelling monarcba. Neither the peace committee nor congress gave a thought to consenting to the wishes of the decree of the Eu rn rulers, and It Is quite likely th. nromot refusal to accede to their demands waa not unexpected, for .h. rmmt von Werdensteln rubbed his hands contentedly when he read the ... ji.r,.tch Ills first act was to dt the Princess Schomburg Llthoi th. 'arauh. Her headquarters ..... in Suemeg. " - Tl Werdensteln s message iounu nu- n the air. She connected the nnaratus to the 'graph and bowed to the smiling count. "Ah, good morning, couuii nnr.it morning, princess." .m.. Americans refuse our de mands," said the count bluntly. ,'ih Indeed!" Tan you come to Berlin and talk She thought for a moment "Is your answer ready T" -in ultimatum? Is that what you chine that was decorated wun me princely crown, and pulling a silver whistle from her pocket she blew It The well-trained men Jumped Into their machines and sat at attention. She blew shrill blasts on her whistle and the fleet shot up Into the air as one bird. The Count Santos Duprel was at tne wheel and Rosltta commandea tne fe.1 bright, and "'""0 ,he ploture o - , ... lahoril. B. 8. IS Parr,. - . , tory "'"'" Who maintain a ver 8. 8. r of the own B.--" - . rv I ia tt ii .. . . ,, Hi.ig. ''" 'cif Department, wnere ... iont- nts te sell yol p.wara er - .. Mtt somemina " " mm proceeded Into another hall beautifully and regally decorated. At the far end stood a magnificent throne. Rosltta retired to her own apart ment, while two men went to Invite the chancellor to the throneroonx Thev found him soberly pacing the distance between the entrance gate and the first hangar. He followed them. Rosltta sat on the throne with a glittering clrynith crown on her head. She waa more beautiful than ever. The Count von Werdensteln was led before her. He showed no surprise. His face was calm and his whole atti tude expressed disinterest "I have requested that your excel lency come to Suemeg, for I have a message that 1 want brought before the whole world." The count looked at her steadily, and without waiting to hear her fur ther words he said in his strong, pen etrating voice: "I tell you, woman, to stand before me. Tell me your petition standing. Then I may listen to It Do not for get that I represent the Emperor of Germany. Had these words not been spoken in uch deadly earnestness some of the audience would have found the scene ridiculous. As it was, It was grave nd embarrassing and every one stood stunned. The blood left Rosltta's cheeks and It took almost a minute for ner to recover her composure. Then she rose and pointing at the chancellor, said In a shrill voice: "Take him away back to Berlin quick or I shall forget myself and kill him!" (TO BE CONTINUED.) ARE NOT SLAVES OF FASHION Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indlgea Uon, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head aches come from a torpid liver and :logged bowels, which cause your itomach to become filled with undi gested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barreL That's the first step to untold misery lnai gestlon, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist wiU keep you feel ing good for montns. "I Tell You, Woman, to Stand Before Me. fleet The second line of maohroes was signaled to reverse their flight and the first line followed her. After they had separated from eaeh other mean? . . I ii. .a Ks.lt. Ilnft, tiiem.it rrtw.rft -- . . . - lallnoll I BL milB III V - " " reTation. will be broken the center, and th. chancellor at last n.ee.ful relations after a lapse of twenty-four hour, and .... -.er.n. will act as she sees fit reolled Rosltta with a firm click of her .An taath. ..t .m .nine to see his majesty now and will communicate with the pow ers. Replies should reach me by to- understood the significance of the ma neuver when red pennants were hoist- ad on the eleven machines comprising the princess' fleet and blue on the ten ODDOSlte. The aerodromone "Princess" made a detour and took a position asi tha In China a Man Can Dress as Plesses Without Attracting Attention. Ha The fashions In Suchlen, Klangso province, have a variety of such extent that every man can dress according to bis individual choice and still De in correct taste and without attracting special attention from anybody else. In other words, the styles tnis year are of personal ideals, according to a correspondent of the British China Dally Herald. He save that every man wears wnai Is right in his own eyes, and there are few if any, to ridicule. A panama hat goes Jauntily down the street cioseiy followed by a fur-covered onm nai, felt hats of scarlet and verdigris green come along with grays and browns that do the hatter credit for unique In vention. These, with the Eskimo top capes, a few derby hats and the smart military uniforms, give the streets a piquancy which was unknown In the monotonous china blue of forinar THTl Among the notices posted on the city gats is a fashion plate that haa been exhibited for weeks. It displays two or three of the typical "western suits" tha swallow-tailed and the low- front frock for evening wear street arb of European and American style. and nur other varieties. Thsre one alao finds the plaited skirts recom mended for tha women, and close by them la the proud silk or stovepipe hat of felt, which has Its peciai with Other headgear. To Grind Wild Rice For Food. F. L. Vance, "the wild rice king" of the Popple river country, of Michigan, has commenced the manufacture of rice flour from the products of tha shallow lakes of northern Minnesota. Before being ground the rice must go through a roasting or drying pro jess and this is done near where tha grain is harvested. A machine devis ed and built for this purpose by Mr. Vance is capable of roasting 1200 pounds In eix minutes. As far as known this is the first time an at tempt has been made to manufacture finnr from wild rice. The raw ma terial Is plentiful and practically the only cost will be the gathering and grinding, no seeding or soil prepara tion being necessary. Free to Our Readers Write Mnrln. Eye Remedy Co., Chlrafro, fp 48-page Illustrated Eye Book Free. Writ, alt about Your Ey. Troubl. and they will advlM as to th. Proper Application of tha Murine Ey. Remedle. in Your Special Cue. Your Drugciat will tell you that Murine Relieve. Bore Ejea, Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doeen-S Smart, Soothe. Eye Pain, and .ells for 60c. Try It tn Your Eyes and in Baby's Eye. fa Scaly Eyelid, and (iranulatloo. Brought Weight to Bear. Ollie James, senator from Kentucky, weighs somewhere near 400 pounds, and hates to ride in an upper berth. Once, traveling back to his home from the capital, he could not get a lower berth for love or money. The man who had bought the lower berth t -nth the bunk on which Ollle was to sleep weighed about 101 pounds and was timid looking. When the porter made up the sleep ing car for the night James examined the upper berth carefully and shook It violently. "I am scared of these uppers," he confided to the little man. "The last time I slept in one it tumbled down." The 101-pounder did not say a word at that moment but half an hour la ter, when James returned from the smoking compartment, the small man was fast asleep in the upper berth. A note pinned on the curtain read: "Take the lower, 1 hate to sleep ii them." Judge. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta first put up 40 years ago. They regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bow els. Sugar-coated tiny granules. - Welcome Change. 'Before vou take this house," said the honest real estate agent, "I wish to tell you something that is agains if "What's that?" asked Hemmananaw. "It's right next to a boiler shop." As he took out his wallet to make the first payment, Hemmandhaw re- P"- '. ... . "Oh, that s ail rignts ine larauy next to where we live has a parrot, a phonograph, and a pair of twins." Judge. Except for quarters for the 2000 or more operatives who wllPbe needed in connection with the canal and the Panama Railroad, the Canal Zone will be a sort of military reservation. This Is an especially bad time to go to Panama looking for opportunities.