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A S p e a k in g L ik e n e s s .
W a n te d a P le a s a n t E xp ression .
Mr. Grumps— Good morning. Do yon
Mrs. Foudmar— Don't you think baby
like me every day?
take pictures by the Instantaneous pro
Fondmar— Yes, dear, especially • so
Studeuts o f the life o f Portlrlo Diaz
Photographer— Yes, sir.
since she began to talk.
Mr. Grumps— W ell, this Is Mrs.
made the claim that history does not
hold, this side o f the crusades, a per- Grumps, my wife, you know. I want
loual record so varied and eventful, her picture taken.
Photographer— Certainly. But are you
says the San A n ton io Express. The
particular about having it instantaneous?
F o r In fan ts a n d Children.
man o f M exico Is credited w ith the
Mr. Grumps— O f course. When you
most kaleidoscopic career since the get things ready, tell her to look pleas
Jays o f
Richard the Lion-H earted. ant, and then snap off the machine be
H ale and hearty at 70 years o f age, fore the expression fades away. You’ ve
and firm-footed, his life gotter be quicker’n lightning.
spuns h alf a century o f Incredible ad
To Break In New Shoes.
venture, and stands fo r political devel
lw ays shake in A lle n ’s Foot-Ease, a powder.
H e C ou gh ed.
opment which probably Is shown by It A cures
hoi, sw eating, aching, sw ollen leet.
“ No, boss,” said the husky beggar, “ I
no other nation In the nineteenth cen Cures corns, in g ro w in g n ails and bunions. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 2.V Don’t accept never asked nobody for money before.“
any substitute Sample m ailed FREE. Address
“ You didn’ t, eh?” replied the fat little
W ithin the memory o f San An to A llen 8. Olmsted, Le R oy, N. Y.
man. “ I don’t believe you.”
nians M exico was the most revolution
“ Fact. M y game has always been to
Associate Justice Brewer of the United soak a mug wid a lead pipe an’ take w ’at
ary o f countries: so Infested by ban
dits, so powerless to afford security to States Supreme Court entered upon the I want, and dat’s w ’at I ’ll do ter you, if
| practice of law in Kansas at the age of yer
up.” — Philadelphia
life and property that parties in the
i 112. He is now 117, and hale and hearty. Press.
United States suggested this failu re o f
governm ent as a pretext fo r assisting
Texas In her struggle fo r Independ ■ A A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.Â.A.A.A.A.A.A.A. A A.A.A. A.A.A.A. A. A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.AH
ence. To-day, outside o f the United 4
States, M exico is probably the best À
Penetration is the cardinal virtue o f
governed country on the hemisphere.
P orfirlo D iaz was born in the city of
Oaxaca Sept. 15, 1830, the night before
the anniversary o f M exican Independ
ence day. H is great-grandfather, com
in the treatment of
ing from Spain, had married a woman ' 4
o f the n ative race and to that extent
be is an Indian.
H e w as le ft an orphan at 3 years o f
has been known to do and thousands certify to cures.
age. W hen a mere boy he helped at a 4
Price 25c. and 50c.
country store. A t 17 he cut h im self off -4
from the help o f friends by leaving the 4
theological seminary, but he gained I T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 'T 'T T T T T T T T T V T V T V 'f T T T a
the friendship o f Benito Juarez, the
great commoner o f Mexico, then G ov
ernor o f Oaxnca, who obtained for
him a. Ubrarlanshlp. A t the age o f 19
Of Our Mahod of Extract
be w as made a professor o f Roman
In a plebiscite offered by Santa Ana
I f your plate falls when ea tin g or talking
valve w e can inaxe
D iaz w as one o f tw o In Oaxaca who
you one that w ill be satisfactory
dared openly to register a vote against
work for people from out of the c ity qu ick
ly. so that you w ill not be delayed.
the dictator. H e paid the penalty o f
We do crow n ana bridge work w ithout
pain. Our 17 years’ ex erience in plate
banishment, escaping narrow ly with
work enables us to tit your mouth com fort
ably. The best is the cheapest in the end.
We have feelin g s as w ell as you.
H e now tasted w a rfa re In a guer
open evenings tfll J
Sundays from 9 to 1.
rilla organization operating agnlnst
D t i T. P. VVlnL.
Ph on e M a in '.029.
o h . vv . a . WlSc.
Santa Ana, and w ithin eight years had
risen from a captaincy to commander-
In-chlef o f the M exican armies and to
a place In the governm ent second In
Importance only to President Juarez.
During that tim e he won many sen
sational victories and made a series
T H R E S H E R S
A S tre e t C a r N a p o le o n .
A B O U T Q E N . P O R F I R I O DIAZ.
R em a rk a ble C areer o f the M an y T im e*
Elected Preeid en t o f M exico.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
St. J a c o b s Oil
“DIDN'T HURT A B lf” IS WHAT THEY SAY
W ISE BROS., Dentists,1
tim e he evinced a remarkable
talent for civil administration. In the
midst o f the stress and rigor o f war
he paused to establish girls’ schools In
Oaxaca, which are now the models for
sim ilar Institutions all o ver the repub
lic. A t practically the same tim e he
gave M exico one o f her national holi
days by w in n in g on the Clnco de Maya
the battle o f Puebla w ith raw M exi
can levies pitted against arm ies train
ed In France.
In April, 1877, he w as elected P resi
dent and except for the Interregnum of
Gonzales from 1880 to 1884 he has
been at the head o f M exico ever since.
T h e chaotic country experienced Us
Brat peace In seventy years.
Corruption In public service was re
formed, taxes w ere reduced and public
Improvements begun and prosecuted
upon an elaborate scale. The country
was cleared o f bandits. L a w s fa v o r
able to Investments w ere pnssed and
Industrial developm ent Invited by the
liberal spirit o f gran tin g concessions.
Factories, libraries, telegraphs and
scientific commissions w ere all
tered and have been brought to a hlgb
standard. T h e valley o f M exico has
Education has been
made free and equal to all.
Change In M exico has progressed al
such leaps and bounds as to be almost
Incredible and all has been wrought
by the “ Orphan o f Oaxaca, the savior,
unifier and fath er o f the United States
o f M exico.”
L im ite d
The man who w as born great may
not die that way.
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d u rin g the teeth in g period.
It has been scientifically demonstrated
that early marriages in India have re
sulted in racial degeneration. Boys and
girls of nine or ten years are married in
that country, with the consent of their
guardians. In some seetious laws have
been passed prohibiting the marriage of
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