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T U R K E Y S, GEESE, D U C K S A N D
S U C K L IN G P IG S W A N T E D
d v ia e nuick
quick wbitt \ou have for Holiday Trade W ill „„il .
ive you prompt »~J.refi.ble .« v ic e for fivj
Ü7Z P<Â " ï !
Ship your j
'oultry where it will he properly handled
Cold storage in building. Gnu h ! s
munship anil quick returns.
P A R S O N -P A G E CO., Portland, Ore.
Veal, Pork, Poultry, hides
| SOUR, AC ID S T O M A C H S ,
G ASES OR IN D I G E S T I O N
Rubber Colony in Venezuela Scene
of Unparalleled Atrocities.
j Each “Pape’» Diapepsin” Digest. 3000
NO COMMISSION ( IIAUl.II).
grains food, ending all stomach
Writ« ti day for tair* ami our net cash price list
misery In five minutes.
We guarantee fair treatment. highest prices ami
‘(.'heck by Return Mail." Give uh a trial with
your next lot of produce. t. h . ‘•uhmul/ & Co
W l l » (aprtal. $10,000
? l. J Ore.
141 143 * Float St. - I'oiiUw
Armed Rand of Drunken Rebels
Plunder Freely and Kill All
In five minutes all atom*
Who Oppose Them.
lim e it!
<tch distress will go.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY food,
1914 Year o f Jubilee
Portland — Commencing with the
grand ‘ 'Silver Jubilee” commemorat
ing its 25th anniversary on January 1,
1341, the Pasadena, Cal., Tournament
of Roses will usher in the greatest
year of public entertainments, carni
vals, fetes and expositions ever held
in the West. The Tournament is the
first of a long string of celebrations
which are affiliated with the Festivals
association of the Pacific Coast and
which will be held in various cities of
the Sunset Slope throughout the year.
The territory covered extends from
Boise and Salt Lake on the East, to
Honolulu on the West, and from Van
couver and Victoria on the North to
Pasadena on the South.
Following the Pasadena celebration
on New Years comes the Mid-Pacific
carnival at Honolulu, February 18-21,
and then the scene of attraction to
tourists and pleasure seekers from all
over the country will shift to each of
the following citieB and attractions :
Vancouver, B. C., Horse Show, in
April; Portland Rose Festival, Spo-
kane Pow Wow, and Bremerton,
Wash., Rhodo-Festo, in June; Seattle
Marine and Aquatic Pageant, Tacoma
Montamara Festo, in July; Belling-
ham, Mount Baker Marathon, Boise
Rainmakers Carnival, Salt Lake Wiz
ard o f the Wasatch; Victoria Water
Carnival and Vancouver B. C. Mid-
Summer Festival, in August, and the
Pendleton Round Up in September,
and probably a repetition of the San
Francisco Portola Festival in October.
Oakland and Los Angeles expect to
hold similar carnivals this year while
Everett, Wash., and one or two other
Northwestern cities are planning to
join the Festivals association in time
to aid in the great movement to ex
ploit the wonders o f the Pacific Coast
before the Panama-Pacific exposition
at San Francisco in 1915.
Manaus, Brazil—A motor launch has
no dizziness. bloating, foul
j breath or headache.
arrived here with refugeea from the
1 H it J . K. M A 1(1 IN CO ,,
1st St.. 1'urtlumi, O r.
Pape u Diapepsin is noted for its rubber colony of the Territori de Am
*n reKuluting upset stomachs, azona, Venezuela, telling of 173 mur
i it is the uurest, quickest stomach rem ders there in the last few months and
the whole world and besides it confirming stories of atrocities brought
Iloura, 10 a. in. to 0 p. m.
is harmless. Put an end to stomach
or by appointment
trouble forever by getting a large here by Michael J. Gilleran, an Amer
Dit. JOSEPH ROANE
Hity-cent case of Pape’s Diapepsin ican refugee who had been ordered to
from any drug store. You realize in be shot and who escaped in a canoe,
•five minutes how ____
it is to suf- making the trip here through several
f< r from indigestion,
or any I hundred
miles of . the
I l l n m n eil.
J 1......... I
S«Mentirte Tre.tment of nil Arate enti Chmnlr
stomach disorder, It’s the quickest. I ■ Refugees
arriving here tell of a
I1 •*.»«■,. Hewed Pnctitlcpe, Stila
surest anti most harmless stomach reign of terror and anarchy in the
doctor in the world.
rubber colony. A rebel force has been
organized under General GonzaleB and
T H I C K , G L O S S Y HAIR
all who are suspected of being opposed
Birthplace of Individuality.
F R E E FROM D A N D R U F F
Many great human qualities come to him are shot
to their best In a life of comparative
The latest crimes include the mur
GirlsI T r y It! Hair gets soft, fluffy Isolation. A big tree, an oak or elm, der of eight women and four young
Htandlng out in an open field has a girls in the rubber territory hetween
and beautiful —Get a 25 cent
toughness of fiber, a spread of boughs San Fernando de Atabapo, on the
bottle of Danderine.
and roundness of shape that is never Orinoco, and San Carlos de Rio Negro.
If you care for heavy hair that glis seen in a tree that stands in the It is believed here that these women
woods. So people get individuality by
, . ,
. . . . . .
tens with beauty and is radiant with being
alone. They become self- and Klrls were Put to death becau9e 11
life; has an Incomparable softness and reliant by relying on themselves. They was feared they would escape and
Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine gain clear opinions by thinking things spread to the world news o f the hor
Just one appiicatlon doubles the over, and thinking them out to their rors being committed in the colony.
beauty of your hair, besides tt Imme necessary conclusions. They acquire It is believed they were members of
diately dissolves every particle of inflexibility of purpose by facing ob the families of men who already had
You can not have nice stacles and conquering them. The been murdered.
heavy, healthy hair if you have pioneers of our country and the fath
This condition of anarchy and mur
dandruff. This destructive seurf robs ers of the republic were such men. der has been brought to the attention
the hair of its lustre, its strength and The projectors of great undertakings
its very life, and if not overcome it 'arried through triumphantly have ac of President Gomez, o f Venezuela, but
produces u feverishness and itching of ; fiuired their power In this way. The no troops have been sent to oppose the
the scalp; the hair roots famish, loos country iB the natural nursery of such rebels.
The most atrocious murder was that
en anil die; then the hair falls our qualities. People are wanted on the
fast. Surely get a “5 cent bottle of farms to raise corn and grow stock on May 8 last, of General Roberto
Knowlton’s Danderine from any drug for the markets; but they are wanted Pulido and 26 men and boys at San Existence o f Monopoly
store and just try it.
there far more for the training of Fernando. Mr. Gilleran tells a thrill-
manhood and womanhood In moral j ing story of this butchery.
Is Violation o f Law
worth, In religious sensibility, in all
‘ ‘ General Pulido was appointed gov
Bad Bachelor Hippos.
question involved in
the traits of a strong, upright person
Sir John Kirk and Livingstone were ality. In the future as never hereto ernor by President Gomez a few weeks the government’s suit to dissolve the
attacked by a hippopotamus that was, fore, our cities with their multiplying
United Shoe Machinery company is
no doubt, a “bachelor." Speaking of wealth and lavisjj luxury are likely to ed on him and tried to make terms, simply one o f
monopoly and not
the hippopotami of the Cliobe, Living need the country for that steady re but he told them he would accept no
stone says that “as certain elderly newal of their better life which shall bribery, that the export taxes would whether the alleged monopoly is op
males are expelled from the herd they keep them from relaxing into sensu | have to be paid and that lawlessness pressive, according to Judge Putnam,
who is presiding at the trial with
become soured in their temper and so ality and sinking into decay.—Atlan must cease.
From that minute he
Judges Dodge and Brown.
misanthropic as io attack every canoe tic.
was a marked man, as was General
The defense has endeavored to show
thnt comes near them. The herd is
| Antonio Varella,
never dangerous except when a canoe
that the tying clauses in the contracts
F re e t o O u r H e a d e r s
passes into the midst of it when all
operated to the advantage of the shoe
Write Murine Eye Keme«ly Co., Chicago, for
are asleep, and some of them may 48-lmgo illustrated Eye Uook Free. Write all of customs.
manufacturer and that the system
strike the canoe in terror. As a rule,
was beneficial rather than oppressive
these animals flee the approach of as to the Proper Application o f the Murine into a house in San Fernando and filled as the government contended.
Eye Remedies In Your Special Case. Your them with rum and at 7 o ’clock in the
man. The ’solitaires,’ however, fre Druggist
w ill tell you that Mu -lue Relieves
“ Where a party secured a monopoly
quent certain localities well known to Bore Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn’t evening armed them with rifles, re
the inhabitants on the banks and, like Smart, Boothes Eye rain, and sells for 60c. volvers and knives and turned them he might operate it in a benevolent
manner today and tomorrow in an op
the rogue elephants, are extremely Try It In tou r Eyes and in Baby’s Eyes for | loose.
The house in which General pressive manner,” said Judge Putnam.
dangerous." Livingstone learned that Bealy Eyelids and Granulation.
Pulido had taken quarters was attack
’ ’ There is nothing in the law which
when attacked by one you should dive
Gas Found In Trees.
ed and the governor and 26 others
to the bottom and keep there a few
Professor J. A. Ferguson of the were murdered in the butchery that permits one person to compel another
seconds, since the hlppi soon moves Pennsylvania state college, reports a
to do what is to the other person’s
off if he finds nobody on the surface. curious phenomena connected with the followed.
“ The house was plundered of all
cutting of hardwood trees In the Ozark valuables and late that night a trench 0
mountains. Cavities near the base of
the trees are often found to contain was dug and the 27 bodies thrown into feCHXClty O l P dlliplO yn iC n t
Peril In “ White" Australia.
it and covered. Among the murdered
No Worse than Usual
Colonization offers serious problems gas. When these cavities are cut into was the governor's brother.”
for the advocates of a “white Austra by the oak tie cutters of the region
— The number o f workers
lia.” North Queensland ts -within that
out of employment this winter is not
boundary of 20 degrees north and sound, showing it to be under pres
greater than in other years, according
south of the equator in which white sure, and if lighted it will burn with |
men may live, but they cannot take a faint yellow flame. The sides of
to ^acts brou8ht forward in the delib
erations o f the heads of the labor de
their wives there and found families.
So the doctor says. And the doctor
partments of six states, who met to
San Francisco—Three hundred and plan co-operation in giving employ
has noted that whereas the first gen seared with a hot iron. The popular
eration of whites does well, the second belief of the district is that these trees eighty applicants for a single position ment to surplus labor.
and the third lead down to the failure are connected through their roots with as wharfinger at $150 a month put in National labor laws and Nation-wide
a subterranean supply of natural gas,
of the fourth.—London Standard.
co-operation in meeting problems of
and the land on which they grow is
valued accordingly. An examination school and took the examination held the unemployed were the chief objects
the meeting, it was said.
of the gas collected from a cotton
wood tree was made by Professor Bu- was the biggest examination yet held
None of the speakers made the
song of the university of Kansas, and by the state.
assertion that the unemployed problem
it was found to be substantially the
Fifteen applicants came more than is any bigger than usual,” said P. H.
same as natural gas with the addition 200 miles to take the test. The aspir- Hart, secretary of the Illinios Labor
of some free hydrogen
Professor ants included half a dozen policemen,
Ferguson believes, however, that this sea captains, marine engineers, poll commission.
“ It does not appear that any more
gas m the product of decomposition
o t the heartwood of the trees.—Pitts ticians and a sprinkling from all the men are out of work this winter than
This is the season for
“ The Labor commissioners are
good cheer and happi
meeting this year for the first time to
Juvenile Judge Lindsay
Work and the Weather.
ness, but Y ou knowhow
open the subject o f co-operation.
The restless days are here. All out- [
Marries W orking Girl They have not been brought together
doors Invites us and our work be
hard it is to “ be merry”
comes a conscious effort and a bore.
Chicago—Judge Ben B. Lindsey, by unusual lack of work among labor
It Is the tlifie when we are most in founder of the Juvenile Court at Den ers. ”
when Y o ur liver has de
sympathy with Jerome K. Jerome in ver, Colo., and one of the most noted
his confession, as follows: "I like j
veloped a “ lazy spell.”
Derailment Saves Life.
work; It fascinates me. I can sit and | leaders in juvenile work in the United
To overcome this trouble
Joliet, III.—Automatic derailment
look at it for hours. I love to keep it States, and Miss Henrietta Brevoort,
tu8 9aved a Chicago-bound ex-
by me; the idea of getting rid of It stepdaughter o f Dr. F. J. Clippert of a
just try a short course of
iw rm t Mich., were married here
nearly breaks my heart.”—Boston Detroit,
from a head-on crash into
Judge Lindsey met his bride several 8 runaway freight train near here on
months ago at a sanitarium at Battle the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
The more some people have the Creek, Mich. She is a Socialist and railroad. Air brakes on the freight
more they want, which may explain is referred to by her husband as “ The train, which was composed of coal
the secret of borrowing trouble.—Buf little rebel.” She has been a student cars, failed to work, and the train got
in a local firm of interior decorators beyond control. After it had passed
It will prove very helpful. It
and Judge Lindsey spoke of her proud the second stop signal the derailment
is for Poor Appetite, Nau-
Mr. Gompers Sticks.
switch automatically was opened and
Whatever may be said or thought ly as a "working girl.”
sea. Indigestion, Constipa
The marriage was performed at a the runaway freight was -shot into
of the Hon. Samuel Gompers, be
tion, Biliousness and Grippe
knows how to hold his Job as well as hotejby a Methodist minister, and the the ditch to let the passenger train by.
any man on record.—New York World. word “ obey” was omitted from the No one was injured in the wreck.
Bought. «old an«l exchanged; engin«». boilers
»aw in il is, etc. Rend f<>r Stock Lint und Prices.
,380 MEN APPLY FOR
$150 A MONTH POSITION
Oberlin Library Wrecked.
Oberlin, O.—Vandals Friday night
wrecked the interior of the new Car
New London, Conn.—An express negie library here, which is used
car, heavily laden with packages, jointly by Oberlin college and the
Books and magazines were
caught fire while passing through East town.
Lynne Monday. The express messen thrown about in great confusion and
ger was driven to the outBide of the all the card index files destroyed.
Meanwhile the building will be
car, where he clung, unable to notify
the engineer, and near collapse, until closed and reference work handi
the train reached the New Haven rail capped. Police and college authorities
road station here.
Virtually all the are co-operating to apprehend those
merchandise in the car was damaged. responsible, the police insisting that
The loss is estimated at $75,000. A ! clews point to members of the student
coffin within the car, containing the body as the despoilers.
body of David Lonergan, of New
York, was badly charred.
Otto Heinze Bankrupt.
New York—Otto C. Heinze, former
English Dockyards Burn.
"When a iniin Tins t h . short change
T h íra I* not a m edicin e fo r a n y pur
ly a member of the banking firm of
Bams worked on him , he m akes a noise pose m ore carefully m ade than 8 8. S. It
Portsmouth, England— A fierce fire Otto Heinze & Co., has filed a volun
that brings the Police, and yet that same represents the highest typ e o f medicine.
man m ay w alk into a store and have the Its m edical properties are Just as essen which, though restricted to a limited tary petition in bankruptcy in which
“ Just as good ” gam e w orked on him and tial t o well balanced health, if the blood area in the dockyard here, taxed to he declared that his liabilities and as
He gave, how
be sick, a s are the nourishing elements o f the utmost all the available resources sets were unknown.
m eats, grains, fats and sugars o f our dally of the port to cope with it.
The con ever, a list of creditors with secured
8. 8. 8. is prepared direct from flagration started in a sail loft and claims totalling $500,000 and of unse
native botanical m aterial. N ot a drop o f
then spread to a huge semaphore tow cured creditors with claims in the
drugs Is added. N ot a drop o f m in era l.
Is uaed. T h is is one o f the m ost Import er used for signalling warships and to neighborhood
For a time the Heinze firm was thrown into bankrupt
ant things t o know and to remem b e . adjacent buildings.
when you r blood nee«ls attention.
new battleship cruiser Queen Mary, cy in 1907 and after it had been for
it Is th# m ost effective, the purest, t h . which was moored alongside the jetty, years in the hands of
and m ost
reliable m edicine
know n fo r poisoned blood, rheumatism was in jeopardy from burning brands the petition was finally dismissed.
catarrhal Infection, m alaria, skin disease, falling on her deck, but she was towed
old sores and all afflictions that show la out of the danger zone.
Suffragist Use. Violets.
the blood, skin. Joints and muscles.
Paris— A beautiful woman laden
A n Interesting book on the blood I.
Ruler’s Death Confirmed.
with violets, styling herself “ Lady
m ailed to those w h o write. Get a bottle
o f 8. 8. 8. today. It Is the world’ s great
Rome—That Emperor Menelik, of Lillian Glendworth, Pacific suffra
Abyssinia, died on December 12 is gette,’ ’ entered the lobby o f the cham
Wben Yon Ask for S. S. S. Do So
handing vou S. 8. 8. and don’t let him
With Emphasis. They Will
orate about eotneihlng that he ca n 't ad confirmed in the latest dispatches re ber of deputies and gave flowers to
vertise aa free from Iodide o f potash and ceived here from Addis Abeba, the those deputies willing to add their
oth er d estru ctive mineral drugs.
Although official names to her ‘ ‘ one-million-signature
tam.1T subm it. W h y stand for It? The
I f you have trouble getting 8. ft. 8.
only reason w hy any store will try to sulB w rite to T he S w ift Specillc Co., 10« S w ift announcement of the emperor’s death petition for woman suffrage.”
stltute eom e th ln . else fo r 8. 8. 8. 1» the
“ Accept these violets,” she said;
Bldg. A tlanta, Ga., for list o f square deal is lacking, this is due probably to the
lust fo r greater profit. 8. 8. 8 . I . u»e
necessity of taking precaution to in “ they will make you forget the vio-
greatest blood purlflsr known.
, lence of my misguided sisters.”
I sure the succession to the throne.
Hake Demand Forcible
Don’t Da Trifled With
Ask for S . S . S . and Don’t Stand for tho
“Just os Good’’ Talk.
Car Afire; Train Speeds.
Telephone & Telegraph Company
Bows to Anti-Trust Law.
American Disposes of All Western
Union Stock— Long Distance
Service Given to Rivals.
Washington, D. C.—Attorney Gen
eral McReynolds made public Saturday
details of an agreement for reorgan
ization o f the American Telephone &
Telegraph company, the ‘ ‘ telephone
trust,’ ’ which will prevent litigation
to dissolve that corporation under the
anti-trust act and under which compe
titive conditions would be restored in
the telephone service o f the entire
country and the combine will dispose
of its holdings in the Western Union
The reorganization plan originated
with the company, although it fol
lowed many reports that a suit against
it might be filed. It was regarded by
department of justice officials as the
most striking indication offered in a
decade that “ big business” has come
to the conclusion that it is better to
follow the Sherman law than fight it.
The plan met not only the approval
of the attorney general and his chief
“ trust buster,” G. C. Todd, and offi
cials of the subsidiaries o f the com
bine, but was heartily approved by
President Wilson. In a letter to Mr.
McReynolds the President expressed
his admiration for the attitude of the
telephone company and his conviction
that such conduct on the part of busi
ness men meant a building up of busi
ness on sound and permanent lines.
Coming on the heels of the an
nouncement that Postmaster General
Burleson is interested in government
ownership o f telephone lines, the ac
tion of the department o f justice took
an added significance and some offi
cials went so far as to express the
opinion that it indicated legislation to
acquire the country’s telephone busi
ness woult^ not be pressed by the ad
ministration at the present session.
Currency Reform Bill
Is Passed By Senate
A Valuable Suggestion.
“ We must do something," said the
president of the great railroad Bystem,
“to Increase our revenues. Can you
"I don't know, of any way,” replied
the treasurer, "unless you and the
chairman of the board are willing to
go into vaudeville or report the
world’s championship games and turn
your salaries in as gross earnings.”—
Mother« will find Mrs. Winslow*« Soothing
Byruj. th»* b> wt remedy to use lor the ix chiAdreu
during the teething period.
high grade and|
r moderate in price-
f 25c lb. tin at grocers. I
f CrMcent Mfg. Co.. Seattle I
Can’t Escape Him.
On a recent examination paper in
Was a “ Rinfler" at Last Election.
civics was this question: “ If the pres
ident, vice-president and all the mem
It is not clear whether Mr. Sulzer is
bers of the cabinet should die, who a full member of the Bull Moose party
or only on the waiting list.—Washing
Robert, a boy of 12. thought for ton Post.
some time, trying in vain to recall
who came next in succession. At last
a happy Inspiration came to him and !
“ The undertaker.”—
Chicago Daily News.
In New Zealand every man out of
work has the right to demand em
ployment on work of public improve
ment at the prevailing rate of wages.
Same Rates for One or Two Persons in a Room
Washington Street, Corner of Twelfth.
( HAS. H. ROWLEY. M
a n a g e r . ____________________________
$1.00, $1..r,0 $2.00 Per Day With Bath Privilege. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Per Day With Private Bath.
Special Rates by week or month. Bus to and from trains and boats, or take a Depot car to
Washington St. and transfer, get off at Twelfth Street. European plan. 15u outside rooms.
Fireproof Building, modern and clean in every respect. Hot and cold running water and both
telephones in every room, Single or double bedrooms. Large Parlor off Main Lobby.
The Imperator on a recent trip
brought safely across the Atlantic
4981 persons—the greatest human
cargo ever carried by any seagoing
vessel. Of these 3649 were passeng
ers and 1332 were crew.
A famous optical works In Austria
is using ultra-violet rays produced by
arc lights, the carbons of ■which are
impregnated with the salts of iron,
for examining the purity of materials
with which it deals.
I n G ir l h o o d
W om anhood
The women who have used
now and then,
vjith a g en tle
c a th a r tic Dr.
and Pellets tone
up and invigor
ate liv e r and
towels. Be sure
y o u g et what
y o u a sk f o r .
Dr. P ie r c e ’s F a v o r ite
Prescription will tell you
that it freed them from pain—
helped them over painful periods in
their life—and saved them many a day
o f anguish and misery. This tonic, in
liquid form, was devised over 40 years
ago for the womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M. D., and has been sold ever
since by dealers in medicine to the
benefit o f many thousand women.
Now—i f you prefer—you can obtain Dr.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription tablets at
your druggist at $1 per box, also in SOc
size or send 50 one cent stamps to Dr.
B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. for trial box.
Washington, D. C.— The adminis-!
tration currency reform bill proposing
a revision of the financial system of
the United States and the creation of
regional reserve banks to act as
strengthening elements in the banking
Comforts in Guest-Rooms.
and financial world passed the senate
Dickens, who traveled much and
by a vote o f 54 to 34.
suffered many bedrooms, gave special
Forces that had fought together for regard to the equipment of the guests’
improvement and amendment of the Bleeping apartments in his famous
measure to the last divided when the home, Gad’s Hill. In “ Charles Dickens
final vote came.
as I Knew Him,” Charles Dolby re
Following are the main features of cords: “ Each of these rooms con
tained the most comfortable of beds,
the proposed law:
Issue of currency, guaranteed by | a sofa, an easy chair, cane-bottomed
the government, based on notes and chairs—In which Mr. Dickens had
bills representing commercial trans- 1 great belief, always preferring to use
actions and backed by a gold reserve. one himself—a largesized writing-
table profusely supplied with paper
The new currency is expected to con- | and envelopes of every description,
tract and expand to meet the varied I and a« almost daily change of new
demands of trade.
quill pens. There was a miniature li
Concentration of the bank reserves I brary of books lu each room, a com
of the country in regional institutions fortable fire in winter, with shining
capitalized by the banks and con- ’ copper kettle in each fireplace, and,
trolled by directors elected by the \ on a side table, cups, saucers, tea
caddy, teapot, sugar and milk.”—Lon
Creation of a market for negotiable don Tit-Bits.
commercial paper which forms th e,
bulk of the assets o f the banks, where, [ Newfoundland Is now regarded as
of the most promising future
in time o f stress, those assets may be one
sources of supply of petroleum within
without loss transformed into cash.
the British empire. There are oil In
Establishment o f from eight to dications for 200 miles along the west
twelve regional banks, which will is coast.
sue currency, rediscount paper and
centralize and mobilize the reserves of
Constipation causes and seriously ag
the local banks.
gravates many diseases. It is thor
Formation of a federal reserve board | oughly cured by Dr. Pierce’s Pellets.
o f seven members appointed by the Tiny sugar-coated granules.
President, with final powers of control
Keep It Dark.
and supervision over the entire system.
In the deserted kindergarten room
at the settlement a little girl was
English Courts Decide
thumping the piano to her heart’s con
Woman Is Not “ Person.” tent. A resident looked in at the door
and smiled. “ Go right on, Catherine.”
London—The appeal of Miss Gwy she said, “ if you're sure your hands
neth Marjorie Bebb from the decision are quite clean.”
“ Oh, that's all right. Miss Emily,”
of the Incorporated Law society, deny
ing her admission to the bar because was the answer, "I’m being very care
of her sex was rejected by the High ful; I’m just playing on the black
keys-.”—New York Globe.
The court adhered to the view that
a woman is not a “ person within the 10 CENT 'CASCA R E T S ”
IF B I L I O U S OR C O S T I V E
meaning of the solicitors’ act of
1843,” gracefully adding the words;
“ Doubtless the applicant is of super For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Sluggish Liver and Bowels— They
ior education and intelligence to many
work while you sleep.
males, but the court has nothing to do
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indlges-
Miss Bebb is a graduate o f Girton
tlon, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
I clogged bowels, which cause your
Slang Finds High Friend.
Los Angeles, Cal.— A warm indorse stomach to become filled with undi
ment of the use o f slang, not only by | gested food, which sours and ferments
pupils, but by teachers as well, was I like garbage in a swill barrel. That’s
given by M. Vincent O’Shea, profes the first step to untold misery—indi
sor of education at the University of gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow
mental fears, everything that Is
Wisconsin, in addressing the Califor skin,
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
nia Teachers' association.
“ Slang is tonight will give your consripated
the natural development in the method bowels a thorough cleansing and
o f expression of the human race and It straighten you out by morning. They
should be used by teachers as well as work while you sleep—a 10-cent box
by pupils,” he said.
Prof. O’ Shea from your druggist will keep you feel
also spoke in favor of football, and ing good for months.
declared that every boy should be
taught how to box.
Young Women Join Sodality.
A class of young women were re
ceived Into the young ladies’ sodality
Wilson Picks Place to Rest.
of Otir Lady of Lourdes Catholic
Gulfport, Miss. — That President church
last night and the feast of the
Wilson intends to spend a part of his immaculate conception will he ob
winter vacation at Pass Christian, served In the church today. Masses
Miss., is indicated in a telegram re will be celebrated at 6, 7 and 8 a. m.,
ceived here by Judge Hardy, from with solemn high mass at 9 a. m. The
Senator Vardaman, in Washington, Very Rev. A. Verhagen will be cele
requesting the judge to secure a furn brant. the Rev. Robert Armstrong,
ished cottage at Pass Christian suit deacon, and the Rev. J. Cronin, sub
able for occupancy by the President. deacon.
The telegram further said that the
This year there are 3213 young wo
President intended to spend his vaca
tion on the Gulf coast and urged that men enrolled at the German unlver
2900 of them are German young
he not be asked to make any addresses,
as he was In need o f rest.
The California oil product in 1912
was 87,000,000 barrels, which was 6,-
Providence, R. I.—The epidemic of 000,000 barrels more than the previous
typhoid fever among the Rhode Island year.
delegation to the Perry celebration at
Put-in-Bay, O., has been traced by
the government health service to
drinking water on board a Lake Erie
steamer, the cook of which was suffer
ing from the disease three days before
he was taken to a hospital.
Fpidemic'11 Cause Found.
IR AISES the DOUGH
' Better than other powder*—~
J producing light, dainty, whole*
1 some cakes and pastries—*
G IVE ‘S Y R U P O F FIGS”
T O C O N S TIP A TE D CHILD
Delicious “ Fruit Laxative” can't harm
tender little Stomach, liver
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, your little one’s stomach, liver
and bowels need cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever
ish, stomach sour, breath bad; hag
sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
give a teaspoonful of ’’California
Syrup of Figs,” and in a few hours all
the foul, constipated waste, undigest
ed food and sour bile gently moves
out of its little bowels without grip
ing, and you have a well, playful child
again. Ask your druggist for a 50-
cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs,” which contains full directions
for babies, children of ull ages and
Our Earliest Memories.
How far hack In one’s life can one
remember? Herbert Spencer used to
recall faint pictures of playing In the
garden with a sister, a year his junior,
who died at 2 years old. His most
vivid recollection, however, "worth
mentioning because of its psychologi
cal Interest, Is that of certain results
caused in me by being left alone for
tho first time.” Tho nurse went out
and locked him up alone In the house.
It was the evening of the week when
the bells of All Saints’ Derby were
rung, and they were going all the time
the child suffered in loneliness. “ All
through the early part of my life, and
even in adult years, I never heard
these bells without a feeling of sad
ness coming over me."—London Pall
An Unreliable Doctor.
Mr. Seabury came borne from the
office one night and told his wife he
had been to see the doctor.
“ He said I was all tired out,” Bald
Seabury, “anil he thinks I ought to go
away on a fishing trip.”
"But, of course, you don’t believe
him,” responded the wife.
“ Why not?" queried Seabury, In sur
"Well,” said Mrs. Seabury, "you
didn’t have any confidence in him
when he told me 1 ought to go to
Europe.”—New York Times.
The £12,000,000 worth of linen
which Is the average yearly output of
the United Kingdom would wrap the
earth at the equator seven times.
When a man is sick he sends for a
doctor, when he is 111 ho summons a
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