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PLAT rSMOU HI NEWS HER UD
rt. O. WATERS, Business Manager.
AS TOLD III A LINE
A BOILING DOWN OF THE NEWS
OF THE DAY.
KEIMEDJ SMALL SPACE
Tho Busy Reader Can Absorb in a
Few Moments a Good Deal cf
Congressman Smith of Council
duffs In on tin- warpath ami propones
to reply to strictures (if tin; president.
CouKri'HHinau KinUaid lias intro
duced a bill authori.liiR tli' rcsurvoy
of tho went half of Mcl'herwin county,
.Nebraska, tho cast half bolus '
course of rosurvey by a bill passed by
congress about two years uxo.
(Governor Sheldon of Nebraska is
anxious for thu passage of Heiuitor
McCuinbcr'H bill provtdlii.ir for free
water to any educational Institution
in irrigated districts. In a letter to
(Senator Itrown the Roveruor urges the
passant of this hill, declaring his de
niro for (ho establishment of an ex
lierlineut htatli.n In tho Irrigated coun
try similar to Ihe dry fanning station
now located ut North Platte.
President Uoosevelt sends a incs
Base to congress giving detailed Infor
mation as to why thu secret service
bureau Is neceiisary.
Following tho receipt of President
Roosevelt's special message asking
an appropriation of $MI0,000 for the
relief of Hal 'an yarthnuake sufferers
tho houao and the senate passed res
olutions appropriating ?SOO,000 which
will be Immediately available.
Members or the house men loned In
tho president's special message on
the secret service declined to make
any public reply. "I have no com
ment to make at th's time," said Mr.
Fitzgerald. "Whatever comment 1
lcslre to make will bo made from my
place on the floor as a member of
congress." Wal'er 1. Smith, of Iowa,
said lie would make a speech In ref
erenco to tho mention of his name,
lint that lie would not rise to a ques
tion of personal privilege.
Speaker Cannon conferred with the
president at the lattf-r's invitation con
cnncerniitK Iho message which will be
sent to congress for relief of the Ital
ian sufferers. Mr. Cannon said con
gress would provide a liberal appro
priation as quickly as possible
So many protests have been sent In
to senators and Representative Han
sen over the proposed appointment of
J. II. Anundson tf Mason City as bank
oxaininor for northern Iowa to succeed
K. n. Shaw that It I.) now regarded ns
practically settled he will not be
named. Objections nre being made to
Anundson on the grounds that ho Is
not qualified for bank examiner.
Six night riders were tound guilty of
murder in the first degree und two of
murder In the second degree.
Papers were sent to the senate by
tho president to show that secret
service agents investigated Senator
Tillman's alleged connection with cer
tain Oregon hind deals.
Judge Taft discussed cabinet mak
ing with Senator Knox and after
further enference soon some an
nouncements of appointments may be
(loverner Shallenberger took tho
oath of office before a large crowd of
spectators and he and retiring gov
ernor Sheldon read their messages to
the Nebraska legislature.
Governor Folk of Missouri In his
message to the legislature advocates
state commission ou waterways and
Senator Culberson In an extended
speech lu the senate said the presi
dent's action In Steel trust merger
was arbitrary and lawless.
Governor Sheldon in his message to
scientific study of Nebraska to de-ptate-wlde
prohibition with suspension
clause, favors physical examination of
candidates for matrimony and re
views condition ef state affairs.
Governor Shallenberger, elect of
Nebraska, advocates bank guaranty
law with a fund created by tax of
i of 1 per cent on capital stock of
Stockholders of the Omoha & Ne
braska. Central railway, a projected
lnterurban line, want to know what
lias become of the money they have
Senator Aldrlch secured an adverse
report on the bill to give the Inter
state Commerce commission power to
veto Increase In rates.
Bishop Thomas F. Lillis of the
!eavenworth Catholic diocese tele
graphed $1,000 as his personal con
tribution to the Italian earthquake
mfforers to New York.
The Italian Red Crosss, through
fthlch relief 1h now being contributed
by all the nations of the world to
succor the earthquake sufferers, Is
wide In scope.
Senator Stone will surceed himself
In the United States senate from
Paul Morton was the first witness
examined in the government's Investi
gation f the so-called Harrlman
merger, which was begun In New
Mr. Rrynn Insists that house com
mittees of Nebraska assembly be
nuined by the advisory committer.
There In somo displeasure over tho
organization of Nebraska legislature.
It Is alleged that Douglas county has
got all the choice places.
Tho supreme court upheld the flno
nf the Alton railroad and Its olllelals
for granting rebates to a Kansas City
Charles L. Wagner, secretary of the
Loclouro bureau, Chicago, which has
charge of the public appearance of
Mrs. Florence Maybrlck, entered a
vigorous denial of a report that he
and Mrs Maybrlck are to wed.
Tho Omaha und Lincoln commer
cial clubs presented memorials to
congress asking substantial allow
ance for postal clerks, more pay for
federal Judges and for n tariff com
The Supremo court handed down
a declsh n refusing to review the gov
ernment's appeal from tho United
States court of appeals reversing the
line ef $29,000,On(J against the Stan
dard Oil company.
Italians of Omaha held a meeting
and started a fund for sufferers at
home. Mayor Dahlman addressed
them expre-asliiK sympathy.
Tho election of senators whose
tenn will expire nine years hence wen;
made In France. They resulted In an
endorsement of the government.
The suit of Count llonl do Castel
lane for custody of his children was
settled In favor of their mother, form
erly Miss Anna Could, of New York.
I.lparl Islands, which were reported
sunk In the pea with their liS.OnO Inhab
itants, are safe. The earhl.quakc shock
damaged a few buildings, but there
was no loss of life.
Slate-wide prohibition laws became
effective January 1st In North Caro
lina, Alabama and Mississippi.
Archbishop Ireland, speaking of the
Lilian earthquake, says: "It is simply
a terrible thing. One must bo near the
scene of any disaster to have any con
ception of It. It is becoming clearer
every day that nothing ever occurred
in Italy to equal this earthquake."
Gregory county (S. I.) towns are In
a contest for the land ofilco which Is
to be moved from Mitchell, S. II. Con
gressional delegation divided on the
It Is now believed that the loss of
life In Italy and Sicily by earthquake
a lii reach 300.000.
General Charles It. Hall, United
States army, retired, and his party,
which Included his two daughters,
who were supposed to have been at
Messina during tho earthquake, are
all safe In Naples. A cablegram to
this effect was received.
Congressman Kinkald has recom
mended John M. Pietel for postmaster
at Adaton, Sheridan county, vice C. o
Hucker, resigned. Also the appoint
ment of Archie 11. Wyncs us postmas
ter at Oshkosh, vice August Sudman,
The house passed bills authorizing
the Delaware, Iickuwanna & Western
Railroad company ami the Lacka
wanna Railroad company to construct
a bridge across the Delaware river be
tween Columbia, N. J., and Slateford,
Pa., and providing for the granting of
leaves of absence with pay for thirty
days to employes on the Panama cunal
Injured in line of duty.
Drastic measures were considered
by the Perkins special committee of
the house appointed to recommend
nctlon In defense of the body In reply
to the criticism made by the president
In his annual message In referring to
secret service legislation. When the
matter conies before the house un In
teresting debate Is anticipated.
Suffering Italy continues to occupy
the thoughts of most of tho citizens
and officials in Washington. Aroused
to a full consciousness of the appalling
disaster which swallowed up so many
lives, the one aim Is to get relief to the
stricken people ns speedily ns pos
siK'e. Money Is pouring Into the
offices of the American National Re I
Cross and Is being telegraphed abroad
as fast as received.
Senator McCumber of North Dakota
Is preparing to press his bill for feder
al grain Inspection. II- hopes to get It
passed by the senate this winter. Sec
retary Wilson Is earnestly in favor of
It, and sr.ys that unless conditions with
respect to grain shipped abroad by this
country Improve, America's export
grain trade will be seriously affected.
A large number of prominent army
and navy officers will retire for age In
the course of the year 1909. Among
them will be Lieut. Col. Levy P. Hun!
of the Second cavalry, who will retire
Dr. George K. Howard of Nebraska
university contends that divorces are
a good thing.
John Harry Dale Smith, who is
accused of murdering Volley Mann
in western Nebraska several months
ago, was arrested at Las An'.mas, Col.
Judge Taft regrets that unfair In
terpretation has been placed on the
withdrawal of h's brother from the
Ohio contest. His nctlon was not ot
the suggestion of the president elect
or Chairman Hitchcock.
Mr. Pool, of Johnson county, was
chosen speaker of the lower house of
the Nebraska legislature.
Italians in this country are raisins
much money for the earthquake suffer
ers. Sam Wythe, the Washington cor
respondent, votes Will Hay ward of Ne
braska the handsomest man In public
People of Georgia ask for a chief ex
ecutive that is fond of possum.
Anson It. Flower. New York's bnnker
philanthropist, died at Wntertov, n.
The visit of Senator Lodge to President-elect
Taft revives the report thnr
Postmaster General Meyer is to be sec
retary cf the treasury.
Thornton J. Halns testified In his
own behalf. He sn'd he did not know
Ann! wi9 at the Hayslde club or
tbst his brother had a revolver.
CONGRESS PRODS HIM WITH A
VERY SHARP STICK.
TURNS Will HIS MESSAGE
So Much of the Document as Reflects
Upon House Members is Laid
Upon the Table.
Washington. After having made
him tho turget all day for criticism
with hero and there words of commen
dation, tho house of representatives,
by a vote of 212 to 35, rebuked the
president by tabling so much of his
iiicssago ia reflected n members of
congress in connection with his re
commendations regarding tho secret
service detectives, ami nl:;o declaring
It to be tho sense of tho house that
they shall decline to consider any com
munications from any source which Is
not In Its own judgment respectful.
When tho roll was called tho adop
tion of the resolution was carried, 212
to 35. Those who voted against the
liennett i New York, Campbell of
Kansas. Chapman of Illinois', Cooper
of Wisconsin, Cox of Indiana, Crum
packer of Indiana. Davis of Minneso
ta, Douglas of Ohio, Driscol of New
Yo'k, Fc-elker of New York, French of
Idaho, Guernsey of Maine, Hayes of
California, Henry of Connecticut,
llowland of Ohio. Jenkins of Wiscon
sin, Kinkald of Nebraska, Kustermati
of Wisconsin, Lnndls of Indiana, Lang
Icy of Kentucky. Lanlg of Ohio, Me
Launghlin of Michigan, Madison of
Kaieras, Nelson of Wisconsin, Norris
of Nebraska. Parsons of New York,
Pollard of Nebraska, Pray of Monta
na, Prince of Illinois, Keeder of Kan
sas, Reynolds of Pennsylvania, Slemp
ol Virginia, Townsend of Michigan,
Washburn of Massachusetts und Wil
son of Illinois.
In anticipation of the report, the ef
fect of which was to administer a re
buke to tho president there was one
of the largest attendances of members
of this session, while the galleries at
all times were filled to their capacity.
To accommodate the crowd, tho doors
opening Into the corridors were
thrown open and these were choked
with persons, while standing in line
behind them were hundreds cf others.
There was not a moment during the
day that the gallery was not fully oc
cupied, many of the foreign represent
atives being compelled to sit on the
steps of the aisles. This also was true
cf tlu president's gallery, although no
member of his Immediate family was
present. Neither was his son-in-law.
Representative Longworth of Ohio, In
his seat during any part of the day.
So great was the Interest in the pro
ceedings that many senators came
ever to the house and sat for several
Toward the close of the debate, Mr.
Gardner endeavored to secure the
adoption of a substitute for the resolu
tion In the shape of an amendment ex
pressing confidence in the committee
on appropriations and then the post
ponement of the whole matter until
Monday, but he was overwhelmingly
YUAN FACES DEATH CHARGE.
Dismissed Councillor Accused of
Death of Chinece Emperor.
Penan?:, Straits Settlement. In an
Interview here Kang Yu Wei, the
well known Chinese reformer, who
was expelled from Pek'ngf after the
coup d'etat of 1S9S, declared that
Yuan Shi Kai had been dismissed
from his high position as member of
the grand council of the Chinese em
pire because he was Instrumental In
the death of the lute emperor and that
he probably would be placed en trial
for his connection In this matter. "The
result ef this trial will convince for
eigners that Yuan Shi Kal Instigated
the murder of the late emperor."
Kane; Yu Wei declared. "His dis
missal will work for the good of the
constitutional party; the constitution
will no longer be detained.
FORMER NEBRASKAN IS DEAD
Rev. M. E. Phillips, Once Prominent
Educator in West, Passes Away.
New Haven, Conn. Rev. M. E.
Phillips, pastor of the Whitneyville
Congregational church, died at his
home last night . He was about 63
years old. He was for many years
connected with the Wesleyan Metho
dist church, and wa3 at one time
chancellor of several seminaries In
the western states, notably in Kansas,
Nebraska and Colorado, ills son, Leo
A. Phillips, lives In Los Angeles,
Lived in Nebraska in 1895.
Denkelman, Nob. The Rev. J. . H.
Carmlchael, who figures in the Adair,
Mich., tragedy, was pastor of the
Methodist church of this place during
189.") and a part of 1S3G. He had a wife
and several children.
LONG CAREER AS MISSIONARY
Wife of Man Who Preaches First
Sermon in Chicago Dies.
Valentin". Neb. Mrs. Sarah R.
Higgs died Friday at her home at the
Rosebud Indian agency, S. D at tho
age of 93 years. She was the wife of
Rev. Sienhen It. Riggs of Plalnfield,
111., who preached the first religious
sermon at Chicago. She was a mis
slo'iarv pne-nr t'-e v'l.-.nr. at the Co
lumbhi river In Oregon In ISM. Her
whole active life was devoted to mis
NEBRASKA NEWS AND NOTES.
Items of Greater or Lesser Impor
tancc Over the State.
A humane society has lieu organ
ized In Adam.) county.
The Lincoln commercial t'.'.ib t-ent
$1,000 to Dalian sufferers.
T. H. Garrison, Jr., and llert R'ddn
sou, connected with tho Commercial
National bank of Kearney for tho
last two years, have purchased i
bank rt Jefferson, Ore.
Sheriff Dunkel has received word
from Washington county, Kansas, of
the cap! uro by the sheriff of that
county of the fugitive Haley, who es
caped from the Hall county jail a few
Henry W. Munson of Lincoln 'and
Frank O. Kdgecmnbe of Geneva have
purchased the Real rice Express Pub
lishing company, including tho daily
and weekly Express and job print
James Lardner, 70 years of nge
and a reside nt of Jefferson county for
thirty-five years, fell dead In the
Catholic: church during Sunday morn
ing service, death resulting from
It has Just developed that an at
tempt ut criminal poisoning wua
made at Grafton, the intended victim
being apparently Mrs. P. C. "Moats.
Tho attempt was made by placing
poison In the family su;.'ar bowl.
The Cass county mortgage! record
for December shows hat there were
fifteen farm movagages filed, amount
ing to $t;o,l."G; released six'-cen,
amount ?-!,IT5. Town ami city mort
gages filed debt, amount $5,110; re
leased twelve, amount $:!.rr.
George Townsend of Tecumseh has
bought James M, Moyer's 200-acro
farm, two miles west. The price was
$20,0(10, or $100 per acre. It is claimed
this !s the first tract of Johnson coun
ty land of over 100 acres to brhig
$100 per acre.
The Nehawka stone quarries have
just closed a prosperous year. The
output, of the quarr,c" has been, :n
round numbers, 4,0(io cavs. This In
cluded crushed rock, rip rap, and
smelter stone, about three fourths of
It being crushed
J. A. Cheatham aged &0, committed
suicide at the Morton house at
Nebraska City by shooting himscdf
over the right eye with a revolver.
The weapon was found clasped in
his hand. lie left a letter to the
landlord saying he was despondent
and out of work.
So far as can he determined by the
various pulses of commercial activ
ity Hastings enjoyed a measure of
prosperity last year that exceeded
nl former marks. The postoffleo re
ceipts for the twelve months aggre
gated Sr.0,000, which w;ts an increase
of $1,500 over the previous year.
Frank Evans, the young cattleman,
who was murdered near Reming. N.
M, was formerly n resident of Cus
ter county an' still has Interests
there. His father, mother, three
brother and (wo sisters reside just
north of Callaway and the body is
being sent there for burial.
According to the annual report of
the county recorder there were tiled
In Otoe county during the last year
192 farm' mortgages, whose value was
$553,9fit.."8, and 217 were released,
amounting to $R;:.lf,l.1". On town
r.nd village property .there were L'.S
and 121 were released, their value
At Grind Island, Curt Krueger,
aged 40, robust in health, was visit
ing a relative, Henry Schaltenberg
and family, and was engaged in play
ing a game of c.ird.s, when he sudden
V complained of a pain in the chest
and two minutes later was a corpse,
heart disease proving fatal. He leaves
a wife and two children.
Mrs. Cora Moore, who Is now em
ployed as a domestic in a Fremont
family, was for many years a ser
vant in the family of Captain llains,
now on trial for murder in New
York, while he was stationed at Fort
Riley, Kan. Mrs. Moore, who Is an
intelligent colored woman, says that
there was nothing out of the way
going on at the llains house.
For the ten counties comprising
the Fifteenth judicial district Judges
Wcstover and Harrington have
agreed on the following as dates for
holding the regular terms of district
court during the year 1909: Holt
May 31, December C. Rock March
15, September 8. ltrown April 5,
November 8. Key a Paha April 12,
October 4. Sheridan June 28, No
vember 1,'. Dawes June II, Novem
Washington dispatch Representa
lative Kinkald today introduced a bill
instructing tho secretary ef the in
terior to make a resurvey of lands In
Nebraska in township 23 north, range
lfi; township 21 north, rar.pe 25;
township HO north, range 9, town
ship 150 north, range 34; township
27 north, range 39; township 21
north, range 48; townships 17, 18, 19
and 20 north, ranges 3C, 37, 38, 39,
and 40, all west of Sixth principal me
ridian. George M. Baird. of Wilcox, has
been appointed by Judge Dungan as1
court reporter for the tenth Judicial
district to succeed W. J. Furse who
resigned to become private secretary
to Governor Shallenberger.
Rurglars secured an entrance to
the hardware Btorc of Nielsen &
Mackprong, ut Oxford, securing about
$123 worth of razors and pocket
The Wayne commercial club Is
taking steps to organize a farmer's
elevator, because the farmers are
hauling their grain to neighboring
Henry Reimer. aged 30, was In
stantly killed while working with a
".".r.3 cf five men building a idd:,.-
on the border line between Hall anl
Merrick counties. The pile driver
fell and crushed In his skull.
LAME DACK PRESCRIPTION
Tho Increased usi cf "Torls" fox
lame back and rheumatism la causing
consldeiabln discussion among the
medical fraternity. It Is an almost In
fallible! cure! when mixed with cer
tain other Ingredients and taken prop
erly. The following formula Is onVc
live: "To one-half pint of good
whiskey odd ono runco of Toils Com
pound and ono ounce Syrup Sarsapa
rllla Compound. Take In tablespoon
ful doses beforo each meal and bo
Toris compound is a product of the
laboratories of tho Globo Pharmaceu
tical Co., Chicago, but it as well as the
other Ingredients can bo had from any
WHY WELLS WAS WRATHY.
All Things Considered, He Had Some
Excuse for Anger.
Charles E. Wells, who has been
called tho groundhog senator of West
Virginia, becauso ho onco Introduced
t bill advocating tho changing of
groundhog day from February 2 to
July 4, was staying over night at the
Grand hotel of a budding West Vir
ginia village not long ago.
Ho was awakened in the morning by
heavy pounding on his door, and the
voice cf tho old man night clerk say
ing "Five o'clock! Hotter get up or
you'll miss your train."
Mr. Wells didn't intend to catch a
morning train and hadn't given any
Instructions that he should be called
at the unearthly hour of five o'clock,
so ho paid no attention to tho old
man's early morning greeting and was
Bsleep again almost Immediately.
In about 13 minutes ho was again
awakened by the pounding on his door
and heard tho voice of the old man
saying apologetically: "Don't get up.
I rapped on the wrong door." Llppin
cott's. HANDS RAW AND SCALY.
Itched and Burned Terribly Could
Not Move Thumbs Without Flesh
Cracking Sleep Impossible.
Cuticura Soon Cured His Eczema.
"An Itching humor covered both my
hands and got up over my wrists and
oven up to tho elbows. Tho Itching
and burning t;re terrible. My hands
got all scaly and w hen I scratched, tho
surface would bo covered with blis
ters and then get raw. Tho eczema
got so bad that I could not move my
thumbs without deep cracks appearing.
I went to my doctor, but his medicine
could only stop tho Itching. At night
I suffered so fearfully that I could not
sleep. I could not bear to touch my
hands with water. This went ou for
three months and I was fairly worn
out. At last I got tho Cuticura Reme
dies and In a month I was cured. Wal
ter II. Cox, 1G Somerset St., Boston,
Mas3., Sept. 25, 190S."
Potter Druif A Chcra. Corp, Solo Trops., Boston.
"CALLING" THE PITCHER.
Tho captain Sec here, you've give
seventeen men bases on balls! DIs
hero's a ball game, not no six-day
Ho was a brand new milkman, and,
lacking the wisdom of more experi
enced members of tho specloa, knee
not that on certain subjects he should
at all times maintain a frigid silence.
"It looks like rain this morning, mum,"
he said pleasantly, gazing skyward, as
he poured the milk Into his customer's
Jug. "It always does," was the curt
reply. And the milkman was so dis
satisfied with the remark that he
strodo away and savagely kicked a
Fairly Warned. '
An old Quaker, not careful of tho
teachings of his faith, was discov
ered by his wife kissing the cook be
hind the door. Rut the Quaker was
"Wife," said he, gently, "if thee
doesn't quit thy spying, thee will make
tmuble in tho family."
THEN AND NOW
Complete Recovery from Coffee Ills.
"About nine years ago my daughter,
from, coffee drinking, was on the verge
of nervous prostration," writes a Louis
ville lady. "She was confined for the
most part to her home.
"When she attempted a trip down
town she was often brought home In a
cab and would be prostrated for days
"On the advice of her physician she
gave up coffee and tea, drank Postum,
and ate Grape-Nuts for breakfast.
"She liked Postum from the very
beginning and wo soon saw improve
ment. To-day eIig Is in perfect health,
tho mother of five children, all of
whom are fond of Postum.
"She has recovered, Is a member of
threo charity organizations and a club,
holding an office In each. We give
Tostum and Grape-Nuts the credit for
"There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Dattle
Creek. Mich. Read, "The Road to
Wellville," In pkga.
Em read be above lettrrT A fi
one nppeara from time to lima. Thrr
arc arrnala, true, aad (all f kumaa
IN SELF DEFENSfi.
"Why, professor! Why are you
wearing ear muffs on the street en a
hot day like this?"
"O, I forgot to take them off! Our
'iaby makes such a noiso all tho time
The judge was about to pass sen
tence upon tho condomnod man.
"In view of certain contingent cir
cumstances," he said, "I'm Inclined to
treat you with leniency."
A veiled woman who was sitting at
a little distance suddenly burst into
"Are you the prisoner's wife?" his
The woman could only nod.
"I think that In view of all theso
mitigating influences," tho judge re
sumed, "1 will tlx throo years"
Tho veiled woman suddenly gasped.
"It ain't half enough, Judge; It ain't
half enough!" she wildly shrieked.
Supporting the Aristocracy.
Senator Tillman, discussing interna
tional marriages the other day, said
" 'What nro we coming to?' A friend
of mine, an arrant fx to monarchies
roared out in a speech last week:
" 'Downtrodden as they aro abroad, I
still fail to understand how they can
endure to be taxed to support Idle, ex
travagant and dissolute royal families.'
"Then my friend wiped his heated
brow, and, hurry'nK home, sent in a
stock assessment of ? 10,000 in order
to help the president of the Dash rail
road purchase a titled Bon-ln-law."
Royalty on Exhibition.
In tho eighteenth century the Lon
doner could look at royalty on Sun
day for a modest fee. In a guide to
London, published in 17C7, It was said:
"At St. James' chapel royal by knock
ing at tho side door and slipping a
shilling for each person into tho hand
of the verger who opens it, you may
havo admittance and stand during dl
vino service In presence of their
majesties; and for one Ghlltlng each
person more, you may sit in their roy
al presence, not In pews, but in turn
up seats on the side of them."
Sheer white goods, in Tact, any Cne
wash goods when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
aro laundered, this being done in a
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. Homo laundering would be equal
ly satisfactory if proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
Improved oppoarauco of your work.
Not That Brand of Breakfast Food.
"Wnllor," said the guest In a non
fashionable hotel, "havo you table
The waiter considered. Then the
fever against warning the "donot-ac-cept-of-a-subslitute
warning Is it-sued,
seized upon him.
"We haven't any of that, sir," he
replied, "but I caa bring you some
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist Just as veil at homo as the
steam laundry can; it will havo the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
bo less wear and tear of tho goods,
and it will be a posltlvo pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to tho
"His brains earn him his living."
"Rats! I've read his stuff In all the
magazines, and there's no sense in any
"f knnw It hnf tlitnlf inw Rrnnrt ha
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