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form of eruption; but sometimes they
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ings of weakness, languor, loss of ap
petite, or general debility, without
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Get It today In usual liquid form or
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■ent on upp licet Ion. Control ami IT mi) Ire work no
IU u U m L Refuruuuo: CarbouuLu Natiouul b o o k
Th e Universal Franchise.
A small number o f men sympathiz
ers took part in the suffragist parade
in New York City, among them seve
ral members o f the faculty o f Teach
ers' college. One o f these professors
Hlffhent p r ic e « paid fo r Silver, Old Jewelry, Gold
Teeth, Etc. UNCLE MYEhS. Forty yearn m had the honor o f leading the male con
P ortland. 71 Sixth, betw een O ak and Pine.
tingent and o f carrying a banner.
“ Did you n o tice ," he asked a friend
afterward, “ what the inscription was
on that banner they gave me to
P irsonal S ervici
0. 0. MARTIN, * «
“ N o,” replied his friend, but you
carried it as if you were afraid some
one would decipher i t ."
“ It rea d," chuckled the professor,
“ The men vote— why not w e ?“ — Suc
W rite fo r ca ta logue« and literatur«.
WE BUY OLD GOLD
1 0IVE Y0U
Mail ord ers riv e n prom pt attention
P o r tla n d P h o to S u p p ly Co.
14» T hird S treet
P O R T L A N D . O RR.
, S econ d -H a n d M achin
ery in night, sold and
__ ex ch a n g e d : e n g in e « ,
boiler-*, saw m ill«, e tc. T h e J. F . Martin Co., 76 lat
Bt., P ortla n d . Send fo r S tock Fiat and price».
POSTOFFICE CLERKS AND CARRIERS
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
A n n ou n ced f o r N ov em b er 4th.
P rep are now .
W rite fo r fr e e took , m en tion in g this paper.
P A C IF IC S TA TE S S C H O O L
McKay B u ild in g
P ortland, O regon
Down Spouts Steel Ceiling
IV ttils F.ve S a lv e
T O N IC
A Q uick Recovery.
FAILED TO Nebraska Meet Freight
on Sharp Curve.
Cured by Lydia E. I’ inkliam’s
V en d ib le Compound
Pound, IV is.— " I am plad to an.
noim co that 1 have bet a cured o f dys
pepsia and female
troubles b y y o u r
m e d i c i n e . I had
been troubled with
both fo r fourteen
years and con suited
different d o c t o r s ,
but failed to pet any
relief. A fter using
I.ydla E. I ’inkham’ s
V e g e t a b l e Com
pound and I i l o o d
Purifier I can say I
am a well woman.
I can’ t find words to express my thanks
fo r the good your medicine has done
me. You maypublish this if you wish.”
— Mrs. I I e i u l / l n S i e t i i , Pound, W is.
The sti 2 ccss o f Lydia R. I’inkham’ s
Vegetable Compound, inado from root3
and herbs, i ■ unparalleled. It may be
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements, inllum-
mation. ulceration, libroid tumors, ir
-iodic pains, backache,
bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indi
gestion, <lizzines3, or nervous prostra
F or thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham’ s
Vegetable Compound has been the
standard remedy fo r fem ale ills, and
Buffering women ow o It to themselves
to at least give this medicine a trial.
P roof is abundant that it has cured
thousands o f others, and why should
it not cure you ?
I f y o n w a n t s p e c ia l a d v i c e w r it e
“ M amm a," Jaaid Johnny, “ if you
will let me go just this one time I
w on’ t ask for anything to*eat.”
“ All r ig h t," said his mother. “ Get
your h a t."
Johnny, perched on the edge o f a
big chair, became restless as savory
odors came from the region o f the
kitchen. A t last he blurted ou t:
“ There’s lots o f pie and cake in this
The admonishing face o f his mother
recalled his promise, and he added:
“ But what’ s that to m e?” — Success M r s . l M n k l i i . i n . L y n n ,
I t is f r e e u n i a lw a y s lic ip lu l.
r it .
M others w ill L ad Mrs. W in slow 's S oothing
Byrup the best rem edy to use (o f th e ir ch ildren
lu r in g the teeth in g p eriod .
/. C. BAYER
2u 4 Market
WRECK KILLS SEVEN
The Easiest Way.
A steam heating plant had been in
stalled in the house o f the new presi
dent o f a small, conservative college.
The president, startled by a break in
the steum pipes, went in search of
the college janitor. Being unfamiliar
with his new surroundings, be entered
“ Dr. Soandso,” he inquired, his
breath coming in gasps, “ how can 1
find the ja n itor?“
“ W ell,“ the librarian replied in a
slow drawl, “ 1 find the surest way is
to send him a postal card.“ — Success
SE N D FOR CATA LO G U E .
Food fo r Repentance.
A well known Federal official was
strolling down Philadelphia avenue
one afternoon when he encountered a
GAS LIGHTING SYSTEMS
very small boy crying bitterly.
F or the farm at small cost. B etter light than
“ What's the matter with
city g a s o r ele c tricity . S w itch es on or o ff like
electricity . N o m atch es; no possibility o f tire.
child?” demanded the official, some
C ost on e-ten th o f city gas.
L ig h ts house,
what peremptorily, o f the woman who
barn, ou tb u ild in gs, d riv ew a y . Used fo r cook
ing like city gas. W rite for particulars.
had him in charge; “ Is he i l l ? "
“ He ain’ t exactly i l l , " responded
P. A . B R Y A N T . 190 M adison S t . P ortland. Or.
the unmoved woman, “ but, between
you and me, sir, no stomach ain’ t 183 M adison S t .
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL goin ’ to stand nine doughnuts 1“ — Suc
ou eft the most thorough instructions in 4nvin| cess Magazine.
nH prar iral work that can be produced, alse
“ la'the work, drill press and (a rm
Finely equipped machie shop and school
I too» Tuition lee $35 cask; $40
payments $10 per week.
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL 1
' '■ * f n 23d ltd l . i a . Pwlbad. Or
Tumors, Goiters, Rheumatism
C h r o n i c , N e r v o u s a n d f e m a l e D is e a s e s
A re cu red w ith ou t the k n ife.
T horou g h ly
e u u p p n d Sanatorium . B ea u tifu l location. Hates
the low est. W rite fo r literature.
M e a d o w G la d e O s t e o p a t h i c S a n it a r iu m
Or. Mead C. Coon. Physician.
B a t t le G r o u n d , W a s h .
FOR RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA. SPRAINS,
BRUISES SR ANT PAIR.
MADE ONLY BY
B L U M A U E R -F R A N K D R U G C O .
Mabel — I am sure he must have
loved her very dearly.
Maude— I should say so.
ried her in spite o f the fact that he
had been out in the rain with her all
one afternoon, was seasick with her,
and saw her unexpectedly at home the
morning after a dance.— London Opin
M ex ica h
M u s ta n g
L ih im e n t
| M r». O liv e H u n tin g ton , N orton s, O r e ., « a y « :
” 1 consider ynttr Mexican M ustang Lis- II
Rollingstone Nomoss— W ot’ s a klep
I im e n t th e b est o f linim en ts. I h a v e used I
l i t fo r different a ilm en ts a n d it a lw a y s I
I g a v e s a t is fa c t o r y results. I t is esp ecially I
Tatterdon Torn — A kleptomaniac,
] g o o d in eases o f I n tla m m a to r y H iieum a-1
I tism a n d a ll fo r m s o f la m en ess.’ '
Roily, is a feller wot steals for de love
o f stealin’ , not because he wants de
I 2 5 c . 5 0 c . $1 a bottle at Drug; & C en ’l Store* |
Rollingstone Nomoss— G ee! Den I
“ His w ife is a business woman, all
must be one. I swiped a cake o f soap
today.— Philadelphia Record.
‘ ‘ What makes you say th at?”
’ “ She’ s installed a time clock in the
Mrs. Wellmeant— Are you married?
Tramp (indignantly)— W ot! Do yer hall and he has to punch it when he
think I'd be relyin’ on total strangers goes out nights and when he get»
for support if I had er w ife ?— Boston back.” — D etroit Free Press.
INSTANTANEOUS HOLLOW W iRE
P O R T L A N D ,O R E G O N
P ortland . O regon
H a b its P ositivw ly Cured.
O rly a u t llo r i/.«’<! Keoley In *
b á tu to in O regon. W r ite
f o r illn a trn to a c irc u la r,
1 to 1.000 candle p o w e r a dapted
to any hollow w ire sy stem . Sell
at sigh t.
W rit« f o r sp ecial
S h oe P olish es
F in e s t
Q u a l ty .
L a r g e s t
V a rie ty .
T hey m eet ev er} requirem ent fo r eleaniug uinj
polishing shoes o f m l k iu d s and colors .
H. W . MANNING LIGHTING
& UPPLY CO.
329-381 Oak S t. bet. 6th and 7th
ut ELE Y INSTITI)” . 7 1 1 .1 1 TH IL
A N D ,O R E G O N .
id fiwwhrre pointing to this )
ri for thrir remarkable swtrm
Get Well and
G I L T E D G E the on ly lad les shoe dressing
-------- con ta
* s OIL. Blacks and P ollshel
la d le s’ and ch ild ren ’ s b oots and sho* s. » lim e s
, w it lim it n i b b i n g , 2N\ “ French G loss,” Inc.
D A N D Y com b in a tion f o r clean in g and polishing
all kinds o f russet o r tan shoes, 25c. “ Star” size, 10c.
EL ITE com b in a tion fo r g en tlem en w ho take
p rid e in ha vin g th eir shoes look A 1. Restores
color and lu stre to all black shoes. P olish w ith a
brush or cloth, 25c.
B A B Y E L IT E size 10c.
I f y ou r dea ler d o c s not keep the kind you w a n t
send us his atldresg and the p rice m stumps fot
a fu ll size package..
DR. W O
T he em in en t Chin.wo d o cto r, treats with
n on-p oisonous, n on -ifiju riou s herbs and
cu res su ch disea s » o f the T hroat, H eart.
I.iver. Lun s. S tom a -h . K idneys. Asthm a.
P neum onia. C onsum ption. C h ron ic Cough,
Piles. Const p ’»tion. D ysen tery , N ervous
ness. Dizxiness, N eu ralgia.
L u m ba g o. A p p en d cit s. R houm atism . Ca
tarrh. E czem a, Hlood P oison, D ia b etes and
ail o rg a n ic diseases.
CO NSU LTATIO N F R E E
It is b e tte r to call than w rite, b u t those
w h o a re unable to com e, send 4 cen ts in
stam ps and secu re sy m p tom blank. A fte r
c a re fu lly g iv in g 1 sym ptom s tho^e w on derfu l
h ea lth -g iv in g h- rlis can be secured , w hich
will p u t you on the road l*» recovery .
Wo Chinese Medical Co.
250Mt A 'd e r St. C or. T h ird , P ortla n d . O r
No. 4 2 -'lI
P N U
7 I IK W w r l t ’ n r; t o s i l v e r t i i e ' S p l e a i o
m e m i» n t h is p a p e r.
W. L. DOUGLAS
»2.30, *3.00. *3.50 & -4.C0 SHOES
Men and W om en wear W.L.Douglaa shoe«
because they are the best shoes produced in
this country for the price. Insist upon hav
ing them. Take no other make.
STA N D A R D
Q U A L IT Y
F O R O V E R 30 Y E A R S
T h e assurance that goes with
il Sed reputation is your
W . L
D ouplas shoes.
it 1 could take you into m y large factories
at Brockton, M a ss., and show you h o w
cv e fu E y W L D o u g l a s shoes are m ade, you
w wild then understand w h y they are w a r
to hold their shape, fit better and
w e a - l inger than any other m ake for the price
O f i j j T l i IU T h e g r n t i l n r
W . I.. D o u g la s
» t v - 1 , , n m P „ n «l p r ic e » la m p e d o n b o t t o m
v■ mi c ra
a n n o t ob
in W i, D ou gla s » h . - s in O N E P A I K *»f m y B O V *
l »V. n. writ** for ratal*
Sh*ws sen t d ir e c t A d *Hl s H O K n \* ill p o s i t i v e l y n u t %% e
ry t o w earer, all
trges p repa id . W . L T W O I V ÌIR N » * # o r d i n a r y ! » » > « '« h o
fa st Cutor k petits Used £ ictusioeljf.
b d l G L A s , 1 4 6 l i y a i k S i. , B r o c k t o n , M a
ln ju re d --A rm y C orps Aids
Rescue— Engineer Says He Had
No O rd ers.
Omaha— Seven persons were killed
and 20 injured, four o f them serious
ly, in a collision between Missouri
Pacific passenger train No. 105, north
bound, en route for this city, and a
fast freight train.
The wreck, which occurred at Fort
Crook, ten miles south o f here, is be
lieved to have resulted from a misun
derstanding o f orders on the part o f
the freight crew.
A passenger train
due to leave this city for the South
about the time o f the accident was
converted into a relief train and sent
to the scene o f the accident, and later
returned here with the uninjured and
several o f those who were slightly in
jured. All o f these were sent on their
way. Those more seriously injured
are being cared for at the Army hos
pital at Fort Crook.
Governor Gilchrist, o f Florida, who
was a passenger on the northbound
train, was uninjured.
Passenger train No. 105, out of
Kansas Ctiy, in charge o f F. R. Tra
vers, conductor, was running late. L.
P. Gross, conductor o f the freight
passed South Omaha at 8:30. He had
“ signed o ff” but evidently did not
check the train register as to the
whereabouts o f No. 105.
A t the point o f collision the track
make a sharp curve, shutting oif the
view o f the Fort Crook station. It
was at this point that Engineer Craw
ford o f the freight sighted No. 105,
which was coming at high speed. En
gineer Crawford, it is said, had no
orders in regard to No. 105, but he
whistled and slackened speed. When
the passenger did not answer he con
cluded it was a train on the adjoining
When within a few car lengths o f
each other, both engineers realized
the danger and reversed their engines.
The momentum o f the passenger train
however, was so great that in a mo
ment it was piled high upon the freight
engine, which had almost stopped.
The crews o f both engines jumped.
Dr. John Colliver, o f Los Angeles, a
passenger in the Pullman, rushed to
the front and worked heroically to as
sist the injured.
The crew and uninjured passengers
formed themselves into a band that
worked under the direction o f Dr. Col
liver until the arrival o f the Army
medical corps, from Fort Crook, under
Major Dale and Lieutenant Clark.
A call was sent to Omaha for medi
The engineer o f the
passenger declared he heard no whistle
from the freight train.
He said he
was not going over 25 or 30 miles.
Tripoli— Refore dawn Sunday morn
ing 200 Turkish infantrymen attacked
the intrenched advance posts o f the
Italians, west o f Boumeliane.
A fter an hour’ s fighting, the Italian
infantry, backed by field guns landed
from the fleet, forced the Turks to
beat a retreat, leaving one dead, a
quick firing gun with ammunition and
Four Italian soliders were wounded.
Constantinople— The Turkish parlia
ment was opened Saturday afternoon,
the Sultan’ s speech being read by the
grand vizier in the presence o f the
sultan, the oldest Turkish princes, the
foregin diplomats and the heads o f the
The speech declared that Italy
opened hostilities before the expira
tion o f 24 hours after the ultimatum
was given and with firing upon tor
pedo boats in the Adriatic when they
were saluting, ignorant that hostili
ties had broken out.
M U R IN E
for Red, Weak. Weary, Watery Eyes
and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn’t
Smart— Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c,
Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes, 25c. $1.00. Eye Books
and Eye Advice Free by Mail.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Governor Wilson, in his Indianapolis
most emphatic the
point that the corporations have none
o f the rights o f private individuals
and must be treated solely as the pub
lic w elfare [demands:
“ A modern joint stock corporation
cannot in any proper sense be said to
base its rights and powers upon the
principles o f private property. Its
powers arc wholly derived from legis
lation. It possesses them for the con
venience o f business at the sufferance
o f the public.
Its stock is widely
owned, passes from hand to hand,
brings multitudes o f men into its
shifting partnerships and connects it
with the interests and the investments
o f whole communities.
It is a seg
ment o f the public; bears no analogy
to a partnership or to the processes by
which private property is safeguarded
and managed, and should not be suf
fered to afford any covert whatever to
those who are managing it. Its man
agement is o f public and genera) con
cern, is in a very proper sense every
body’s business.— Success Magazine.
W e b a n is h a 'oo h ol
fro m o u r raadloiuaa
u rg e yo u to
eonsu t y o u r
d o o to r
When you tell your doctor about the bad
taste in vout mouth, loss of appetite far
breakfast, and frequent headaches, and
• h e n he sees your coated tongue, he will
say, “ You are bilious.” A yer’s Pill»
work well in such cases.
— sue. u j u . r. c. Aj.r c«., Lowaii. a w .—
F.iiihty-eig'ht p a ces,
suitable fo r the N orth w est.
FR EE O N REQUEST
(Please mention this paper.)
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Be Cured In Your Own Home
R heum atism , Stom ach and
Cured perm anetly in sh ort tim e and a t small cost b y use
c l , : « it:
o f a con cen tra ted m ineral w ater.
N o Fake.
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He M ig ht Have Earned a Vote.
Little Johnnie stood gazing solemnly I
on the decrepit form o f an old coun-1 “ When I was a young man,” said
tryman. Noticing the boy’ s attention Mr. Cumrox, “ I thought nothing o f
the old man asked: “ Well, what is ! working 12 or 14 hours a day.”
Father,” replied the young man
“ Say,” the inquisitive youngster with sporty clothes, “ I wish you
asked, “ did the politicians kiss you wouldn’ t mention it. Those non-union
when you was a baby ? ” — Success sentiments are liable to make you un
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P .n m m n n Sense
S pose M
« d i c n l Adviser,
A d v i s e r , in
Quake Kills in Sicily,
W eather Delays Rodgers.
Vinta, Ok la . — Aviator Rodgers, who
arrived here on his trip across the
continent, was detained by adverse
weather conditions. He will leave for
Fort Worth, Tex.
As We Speak It.
A German who had come to America
to master our language was being
shown behind the scenes o f a vaude
ville theater by one o f his American
“ That m an,” said the American,
indicating an actor with a wave o f his
hand, “ is taking off his make-up to
make up for another take-off.”
The German departed, sputtering.—
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that its m akers are not afraid to print on its outside w rapper ¡ta
every ingredient. N o Secrets— N o D eception.
T H E O N E R E M E D Y fo r w om en which contains no alcohol and
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of well established curative value.
“ How time flies ! ”
“ Yes, don’ t it?
Smith has a son who is old enough to
shave and Grover Cleveland Miggles
is bald-headed.” — Chicago Record-
Catania — An earthquake o f brief
duration occurred in Sicily.
strongest shocks were felt at Giarre,
at the east base o f Mount Etna, Mac-
chia, Guardia, Roudinella and Santa
A t Guardia and Santa
Venerina several houses collapsed and
two persons were killed.
chia a church was demolished.
siderable damage also was done at
that many persons were killed.
Fruits, Nuts, Herr es Roses, Orna
mental Shrubs, 7 rees and Vines
White — Have you any trouble in
making both ends meet?
You are not treating yourself or your
Green— Not a bit. The end o f my
our family fairls it you don’ t keep money and the end o f the week always
lamlins Wizard Oil in the house. It’ s
the best substitute for family doctor come at the same time— Harper’ s Ba
and a mighty good friend in case of zar.
W • p a b ilsh ou r fori
President “ Sets ’Em Up ”
San Francisco— Every officer and
enlisted man on the flagship Caifornia
drank the president’ s health in Cali
fornia champagne, the treat being pro
vided by the president.
The cook, who had held sway long
other naval formalities were duly
observed when the president came enough to be established as family au
W H I T T E M O R E B R O S . & C O .,
over the side o f the flagship, it was tocrat, was sent out to buy the Christ
2 0 -2 6
A lb a n y
8 t .,
C a m b rid g e .
M a t s
The Oldest and Largest Manufacturerw oj noted that the regulation salute o f 21 mas turkey. She returned with two
Shoe Polishes in the World.
guns was not fired. It was learned fine, plump chickens. “ Why, M ary,”
that the salute had been omitted at her mistress remonstrated, “ I told
you to get a turkey, not chickens.”
“ What conclusion did you reach in the special request o f the president,
“ I know, mum,” she answered,
your discussion o f votes for wom en?” who desired that no avoidable noise be
“ but I don’ t like turkey.” — Success
made on Sunday.
asked Mr. Meekton.
“ Our discussions do not aim to
reach a conclusion,” was the dignified
C arm en Standing Firm .
C o rre ctin g W illie.
reply. “ They are always to be contin
Kansas City— “ We will never give
Papa and mamma and son W illie
ued.” — Washington Star.
in ,” was the reply made by M. F. were crossing the ocean.
W illie had
Ryan, internationl president o f the done something for which his mother
Brotherhood o f Carmen, when asked thought he needed correction, but not
if the unions were going to give up feeling equal to the occasion she
the strike against the Harriman lines. turned to her husband.
Everything is peaceful, so far as the
“ John,” she said, “ can’ t you speak
unions are concerned,” continued Mr. to W illie ?”
Ryan. “ Ia m receiving daily reports
Papa replied in a thin, weak voice,
from various towns saying that the “ Howd’y, W illie.” — Success Mag
men are perfectly satisfied with the azine.
money they are receiving from the
Dr. Pierce’ s Pleasant Pellets first put
They receive from $6
Ask your doctor the medical
They regulate and
to $7 a week while they are on strike. up 40 years ago.
name for a cold on the chest.
invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules.
He will say, “ B r o n c h i t i s . ”
Ask him if it is ever serious.
Lastly, ask him if he pre
scribes A yer’s Cherry Pec
toral for this disease. Keep
in close touch with y o u r
Instructive . Illustrated
C orporations Belong to Public.
W om an’s Foot Growing La rg er.
The Rural Uplift.
Shoe manufacturers claim that the
“ Has your family been o f much as
American woman’ s foot is growing sistance to you in running the place?”
larger. The number two shoe is al
“ I should say so,” replied Farmer
most obsolete, they say, and sizes four Corntossel.
“ Food has been so high
and five are much commoner than that the summer board season would
The explanation seems to be have been a failure if it hadn’ t been
D is t e m p e r
In all Its forms, among all ages of horses that the phenomenon is due to the in- for mother and our son Josh.”
and dogs, cured and others In the same sta 1 creased use o f the feminine foot as a
“ They saved the expenses o f help?”
ble prevented from having thedisea.se '.vith I means o f locomotion. The constantly
“ No, sir; but Josh is a right good
Spohn’s Distemper Cure. Every bottle
guaranteed. Over 500,000 bottles sold last j increasing number o f women engaged ! hand in a poker game, an’ the way
year. $.50 and $1.00. Good druggists, or ' in industry and the growth in popular mother picked up bridge was some*
send to manufacturers. Afrenta wanted. ity o f tennis, g o lf and walking have thin’ amazin’ . ” — Washington Star.
Write for free book. 8nolin Med. Co., Spec. had their inevitable result, and com
Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
mon sense has done much to abolish
the wearing o f pinching shoes. The
Do N ot Be a Leaner,
tradition that small feet are an excel
Power is the goal o f every worthy
lent thing in women has persisted long
ambition, and only weakness comes and will not die without a struggle.
from imitation or dependence on oth Conservatives need not fear that wo
ers, says Orison Swett Marden in Suc men will carry this matter too far;
cess Magazine. Power is self-devel they know when to stop.— Success
oped, self generated. We cannot in
crease the strength o f our muscles by
sitting in a gymnasium and letting
B L U E C LE A R T H R O U G H .
another exercise for us.
The one, reliable, satisfactory and
Nothing else so destroys the power
to stand alone as the habit o f leaning
I f you lean, you will RED CROSS BALL BLUE— the blue
W e stro n g ly u rge y ou
never be strong or original. Stand that is all blue. Makes clothes white
Dissolves instantly and
alone or bury your ambition .to be always ready for use.
somebody in the world.
You will never use liquid blue
The man who tries to give his child again after once trying RED CROSS
ren a start in the world so that they BALL BLUE. Price 10 cents. ALL
will not have so hard a time as he GROCERS._________________
had, is unknowingly bringing disaster
In Praise o f Eloquence.
What he calls giving
An Alabama negro was defended in
them a start will probably give them
first o f all.
I t w ill g iv e
a setback in the world.
Young peo court by Senator Morgan.
a t is fa c t io n .
ple need all the motive power they can cleared the negro o f the charge, the
get. They are naturally leaners, im senator said to him: “ ’ Rastus, did you
IT IS FOR POOR APPETITE
itators, copiers, and it is easy for really steal that m ule?”
“ Well, Marse Morgan, it was just
them to develop into echoes, imita
They will not walk alone like this,” said ’ Rastus, ‘.‘ I really
while you furnish crutches; they will thought I did steal dat mule, but after
lean upon you just as long as you will what you said to de jury I was con
A tria l w ill c o n v in c e y o u .
vinced I didn’ t .” — Success Magazine.
A T T A C K IN G T U R K S L O S E .
Invading Force Leaves Behind
Dead and Field Gun,
Uncle -Sam'» Peitaurant.
If y< u visit the Isthmus o f I’ fthanift
you will eat at a government table.
Not content with managing the
transportation, not satisfied with be-
n ' a landlord, the Isthmian Canal
commission has become a restaurant
keeper, waiter and cook.
Here is a statement o f the lenp'h to
which this heretical tendency has been
The cost o f running the messes for
“ gold,” European and negro employes
during the six months ending Decem
ber 31, 1909, was over $700,000, and
the rect ipts and expenditures practi
It is an eloquent tribute to the gov
ernment’ s cuisine that 3,375 o f the 4,-
800 Eur>pean laborers- who are free
to eat where they w ill— prefer the
mess-halls to anything which “ indi
There are three “ club” messes run by
unmarried white men in opposition to
the commission hotels.
hundred canal employes use them.
But in spite o f the large income from
the “ bar” these private messes are
more expensive and very little better
than the government's meals.
No private contractor in tl e world
feeds his employes as well as the Isth
mian Canal commission.
very few o f the employes who ever
ate better meals, slept in cleaner,
more com fortable beds, or amused
themselves in more wholesome clubs
than those furnished by the govern
ment.— Success Magazine.
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