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At 14 yi-iiri of njie Alnilrnl Rlr lvo-i-lliiwkslmw'
noil-.fv. ltirlutnl Olyn, OH
ilei-ply In love at llrst Hlnlit with l..uly
Aruliillu fcLiNiionl, Wlio (porni'il IiIh ut
ti'tulniiH. Tl.e I. ul, nn orplum, was nlvrn
it lii-rlli ua 'iiiiiiKlilbiiMin on-tlio AJiiv lv
10s uru-lo. (Iil i-rnori, m-phi-w of Mr
Thciiiim Vertinn. In-ama tin' bny'H ul.
Tliry titti'inii-il ii tlicatrr wlii'io H.nvk-
Iirw'k nriln'' mw l.itily Atiitiellu, Wr
nun nn't I'hlllp Ovi-it.ui, next In lin fur
Sir Tliuinas 'i nimi's ir.tntn. Tlu-y :t!itit
(I a ilurl wlili h wns liitcrrnpti'il. Vernon
t ivrrtun un1 M.iwkslinw'H lii'ilii.'W foiiml
t lifiiiMflvts nlir.ii'l"l lv pri'tly I.mlv Ara
I'vl'n. Tin- AJi'x In buttle iloOnt-vl r'lH i i
w.ir.ililps In Hid .M"iliiTiiuiwin. Kiel, anl
Olvn liH t;'.') iiritw money. He wim
i ullril home bv l.nily IIhw kshnw im In
wan iilxm t tn "bl iw In" l l ; rtil iiis wllii
Vcniiin. At ii HawUdlmw iinrtv (ilyn din
i OMTi'il that l..nly Aniti-llu .i 11 pint'
but nislsti-nt unnibli i-. i tolUfil tmir'n
villi lur iisntn 1 inline. Ijiijy Ar:ibi'l.i
" B'i Iti HlmWi'il bv for KaniiiiK. Lnti-r she
bHil !lyii up. I Overton prlsnni'fs, Hum
ilclnyinu thn iliiel. In tin- O, i-i ton-Wr-lion
iliul, mlilT wns lmrl. I.adv Am
Im'IIii l:iiniilini.'! Tt 1 inn il by lur pi-u.k
Uliiiuiil and (ilb's flilpp.-ii in u HIk-i'".
iIIIih wan ciipttiivil by tin. I'lvmii. Sir
I'ttir iimniKiil fur li's exrhiinu". Inipj
III' KllliWvll u 11'. 1 1 1 r fur Olyn, Willi wis
tlu-n 111 ymri of aKi'. tlllis whs I't U iisi l.
UHi-h n ti 1 1 nirlnir'l pliuineil clopi-in.ntu
Kir 1'i-ti-r iil'ieilnl In the plan In weil
linplino. 1 1 - (lever nn;.n li.iis u l'.kii
iinl oliipil tMtli I .inly Arabi'lla 11ml
I 'upline, n Hpoi tM rlv. The lutOT p:li
with mull'1'-'!. Mr pi. no wis plouHwl; An
bilhi rnvnl In :i 1 1 When tin- par
ty relin ti.-il. ..Vrubclla nxkocl Kir 1'etcr to
ulil In i"i,vnliiii (Plis in roart nn the
rhnrni' tjf jr.nimlltlti'j ti iHplldl crime.
All Hlt-ii'b"l Ibi' trial. 1'pon Arnlella
l-aliiiiiny rilli-M wn.i convlili-.l unit K--n-tenn-il
to In- limui'l. Hir l'iiir vlRltml
tlic prim o of AVnli'H In rffort ti po.-iiri- n
parilim for CiWr, Aiabrlla thn-w lificolf
t tin- f.-i'l of O'.i'iton. wliom h!ii liml
Invoil fop many vi'.Iih. 11k Hpnriifil Iut.
Tbi-n rlio to!. b, (- pint tn haw (tllri pv.
riitul ho tint, V'iTikmi i-Htnti- w mi 1 1 1 ib'vnlvc
upon Ovioton. wbi-ni nho l:ml plnnnm to
marry, s l. r ii'-THlrS b. Iiik cllinm-ii'iniM.
lie iintionnri-il t bat I H'm wi.iil.l prnbiblv
irntrrv HJi Tbi)i.bi! Vcrnnn blmm-lf. nr
Hon I'luiii tin- J iii was dm iin-il villi
bourn' Iwrmiv In - lib h to savo t;ii-n
Afb-r grntt ilif!bi:ltli-H Hi-if (ivt-rrnmn, S'l
IVbr ntul Itirbaid n ai lu-d (ho prlcon at
tin1 inonii iii (iil. ji wiiB to In- cxi-ciitoil.
CHAPTER XI. Continued.
Alrratly tbevo wpro sront rrowJs In
tho Btroct, and ns 1 made my way ni.nl
ly towunl I ho Jail, I w as often Im
roiled. I hln li U,'l, i Bcrnanicd lit tin
jicople, and waved 'nloft my iuitIoii
imptT, Fhoiillni;: "IMrdon! I'ardott!'
The cry was takrm up, and Dwelled lr
a riphI roar lliat ennio from c ilion
sand friendly tlnoats. As I (uillopoii
hIoiir on l ho tinker's hor.s. throul
tho crowiled ht'.eetE, an awful uuspeak
able TlihiK loomed up heforo me. 1:
was tlio rllibi'i, and it was empty!
I foil ih- hot ti iirs inn down my
fhreks al til. ntul some rnrollortlon ot
thn (iod that OvorUm had iireachoil tr
nm caused im lo utter an inarliculatf
HiaiiksslvlnR! Put if my tongue fal
leicd. my did not.
At last I ptp-hod my way through
shoutitiR rrow'd'R to tho Jail. The pen
pie parted, and I saw a Mack cart
drawn by a white liorno. and Giles Ver
linn, with pinioned hands, Bitting in It
by the side nt the hangman. 1 noticed
as I did all the triiles of that drend
ful time Hint the Jailer was ashy pah
Bud (tilea v,iB fresh colored. I flipic
mysolf off my hni-.e, rushed toward
Ihe cart. holdiiiK tlio patier above n
head. Oh, the toaiinK and the shout
Ihr! I thrust it in (Hies' face; th
hangman, in a second, cut the thon?.'
that bound the prisoner" hands, (ille--took
the pardon and kissed t, nnd thn,
threw his arms around mo nnd kissed
me, nnd smiled and waved his hat lr
Ihe air, while voices thundered, met
shoutinR like demons, nnd wome:i
Bcii'dminK and weeping. And the next
ihlnR I knew Daphne appeared, as if
dropped down from heaven, nod
sprlnRlng into the carl, clasped Alios
and Lady Hawkshnw. a little slower
hut yel quick, descended from tlx
coach, In which she and Daphne hat
come, and embraced nil of us; an"
then the cheering seemed to rend th
skies. In a little while, the mood of th.
crowd changed. They began to clamoi
for the blood of Kir Thomas Vernon
1I was known to be away from home
but, as If by a preconcerted movemcit
a dash wna made for Vernon court
which was but five miles away. Tin
military were called out, and the crow,'
stopped; but not without a collision
and several, persons- were badly in
jurt-d, which did not tend toward b-t
tor feeling for Sir Thomas.
For ourselves, I remained with Oll'v
until he was duly released by the of
flceru of the law, while. Daphne unc
Lady Hawkshaw set off to meet Sii
Peter on the road. They met him
five miles off. and brought him back t
Yoik In their coach. I shall never fur
get the scene when they drove up ti
tho Inn where (.lies and I were a!
ready, tho crowd, however, not allow
lug him to remain indoors at all. Win i
tho coach hove tn, the people, in tin I
delight, picked Kir J'ler up and er,
rled him bodily upstairs to an opei
balcony and demanded n speech, fo!
lowed by "Parliament! Parliament:
Our next nieinb-r!" niid m cm. SI.
Peter made a speech the most won-cl'-rful
1 ever heaid .'lauding with one
ltjiid on Giles' fthoul-ler, and I ho othor
cn inlne, with Lbdy Hawkshaw and
Daphne, In tha background.
Ho began by roundly damning Sir
Thomas Vernon, "and a lady who shall
, be namlcM." NevertheloFs, ja ppite
of some- VfltMlif H. the speech wus full
rf sound sene, mid he promised Ihe
people, if tlx y gave him their suffrnges
for parliament he would do nil In his
power for the nbolltlon of the bar
barons law from v. hlch c;ik-a -inon
had suffered so cruelly, lie nvencd
that It was Impossible for a feanian,
alone and unaided, to take care of him
self on dry land, Jack ashore being a
helpless creature at best, and but. for
Lady Hawkshaw lm would probably
havo been banned himself long ago.
This allusion to Lndy Hawkshaw. who
fairly divided tlio honors with Giles,
brought forth ye-llu of delight from the
crowd. Her ladyship appeared and
bowed magnificently, nnd it was a reg
ular triumph for us all, from beginning
Next day, with Giles, we nil started
for London, the happiest coach load of
people in tho Ihreo kingdoms.
Two dayrf after cur arrival, wo read
tho announcement of the marriage, at
St. George's, Hanover Square, of Sir
Thomas Vernon to Lady Arabella Slor
inont. Sir Peter was delighted nt this
match, nnd so wns Lady Hawkshaw,
ami for r.nco they were agreed. The
position ef tho newly-married couple
In London was anything but a pleasant
one; for Giles became the object of
public K.vnii athy, and of popular and
royal approval. Tho prince of Wales
sent for htm, and our visit to Windsor,
whiihor wc all went to thank the king,
was male) a triumph for us. Kir
Thomau and Lady Vernon were for
bidden the court and Carlton houe,
and were frequently hissed In public,
I Knw tl.em myself at Diury Lane,
when they were hissed. Sir Thomas
mote! grinned, while? Lady Arabella
surveyed the scowling: faces before her
with n slow sweet Miille, end calmly
played with the diamonds In her
We had n whole year of happino.is.
Tho dreadful expedience Gile-i had
he: n through began to tell on him,
and he was permitted to remain quiet
ly a year on shore. And 1, because of
tiles, was given a year with my bride
I Saw Giles Vernon with Pinioned
before I had to leave her. And what
a year of blessedness l! was to nil!
Wo all lived vvltji Sir Peter and I.ady
Hawkshaw in Herkeley Square, and
those two hone.;t souls took delight la
us. Ijidy Hawkshaw becniuc a he-rn-ine,
and the worthy woman enjoyed if
thoroughly. Overton came sometlnies
to see us. A persecution had been set
on foot against him; and ho was sev
eral times arrested and sentenced for
unlawful assemblage. Hut persreution
was not the way to prevail with Over
It was very well understood who In
stigated theso continued persecutions,
end that did not help to lucrcn.se the
popularity of Sir Thomas nnd his beau
tiful wife. At last, a vc.ir to the month
after the trial at York, tho last Indig
uiiy was offered to Overton. He was
.enteneed to be whipped at the cart's
tail, nnd set In Ihe pillory.
There was n eviioial rally of his
friends; and on the winter morning
when this haibaroii.i sentence was to
lie carrie I out, a number, Including
niatjy perxuis of nolo, were assembled
at the prison, when Sir Peter and I
ii hie d them.
We soon heard thai the government
vould not permit the first part of the
ontop.ee tn be caril-'d out; but when
Kerion e :iier:',i :1 ' rei m the prison he
vas unaware of this, nnd prepared for
he worst. The holy ralmn.'ss of his
ountenauee and air brought even Sir
Peter to admit that "the pious dog Is
i man, afii'i- all." When Informed that
he would not be whipped Overtoil
"My Master was scourged. Whv
diculd I n bel?"
Arrivid ni the place of punishment.
o lound a great crovd asr.enih'.ed, of
ill sorts of persons, among them some
f the highest quality. Overton sa
uted them, mnl with the utmost dig
lity submitted to the cruol and hateful
iiinlshmenl. He had, howow r, (he tin
llsmiised sympathy ef the ofliceis of
be law. as well ns of the crowd, nnd
v.is treated with the u'niost tender
n'ss. He win lo spond three hours p!l
1 rled, and It was mad" the greatest
rinmph of his life.
Ii. is ios..;i,le r ji- i! gicil man under
olii'.: unjust punishment to be elignl
even in the pillory; and so It w.itt
ith Ovoncn. His simruhr beauty,
.he lullilness of his countenance, tlio
uncomplaining fortitude with which be
submitted lo nn odious and miserable
position, the remembrance of Mi pa3t
military services, showed him to be
every Inch a man. Many of his frlondi
came in tholr conches, and, descending
and goln? up to Overton, ealuted him
rer-ppctfully and expre?sed their sym
pathy, to which Overton gently re
timed thanks. At Inst n very splendid
conch appeared. It was mngnlflceatly
hoifed wiih four thoroughbreds, and
had outriders, besides two huge foot
men wHb nosegays, it drew up in front
e t the pillory, and within It sat Lady
Vernon, superbly dressed; nnd in her
arms she held n very young infant in
a great robe of lace and satin. Two
nm sea sat on the front seat; and Sir
Thomas' saturnine countenance glared
behind Lady Vernon's beautiful, trium
phant face. The coach stopped; and
Lady ernon, holding tho child up In
lK.r arms, directly In front of Overton's
eyes, gave him a smile and a meaning
look, as much as to say;
"Poor wretch! your inheritance is
The crowd, which was never in a
(ool humor with tlio Vernons, began
to hiss vigorously. This they appeared
not to mind; hut when hisses wero fol
lowed hy a thower of stones and
sticks, the equipage rolled off nt the
top of Its speed.
At 12 o'clock Overton was released,
and at once he was exhorting the peo
ple to fear God and live truly to him.
He was not interrupted by tho con
stables who wero present, and was
listened to with solemn attention. He
has preached ever since, and has never
again been molested. And when n dear
Utile girl came to my Daphne I was
then at sen, fighting the Trench
Overton was nt the christening, nnd
ninile a prayer over her Infant head,
which my D.iphno believes will keep
that dear child good and holy all her
Giles Vernon, now ('apt. Vernon, in
command of his majesty's ship Acasta,
U. I.i counted tho smartest of the
.voting captains in the British service.
The women still love him; but Giles
has grown a little shy of going too fur
.i,ii them, and swciirs he will die a
bachelor. However, thero appears to
be an affair forward between ruy little
Daphne, who is now four ycais and six
months old, and Capt. Vernon, and I
think something will come of it when
she is of a marriageable ace and so
thinks her mother, too.
NURSES FOR PAMPERED DOGS.
New Occupation for Girls in London,
and It Pays Well.
Willi the Increasing craze for dogs
of tare and valuable breeds as pots In
Kngland a new employment for girls
has been created. They can become
dog nitrs; s.
It is no uncommon thing to see In
the squares and parks a pretty girl
In a neal uniform with two or three
valuable little dogs on leash, giving
them their dally airing. She Is a dog
nurse, and this Is only one of her
Hesides the exercising of tho pels
the nurse must see to their food,
which is no small matler. Special
things are cooked and the dogs must
be carefully watched while they eat to
see that nothing goes wrong. Then
(lie baih is a serious affair. Some
times a silver bnihtub Is used and
The nurse must also look after the
toilet of her charges. When they go
out with their mistress she must see
that they are in proper trim, with
their little coats carefully brushed and
cleansed and their Jeweled collars
brli;ht and sparkling.
After they have retired at night her
time Is her own, nnd for the moBt part
she considers her five dollars a week
very easily earned, for she has her
board and lodging provided as well
as her uniform.
One of the great requisites for the
new profession is that the applicant
shall have an extinct sense of humor.
The Ancient Pear.
You find charred pears in the kitch
en heaps of middle Europe, where tho
lake villages used to be, says a writer
In Outing. These remnants date back
of the apple, and, so far as we can ells
cover, the pear was the very first one
of this wonderful family to become
of Importance to human beings. In
fact, it seems probable that an eatable
pear, or possibly a cookable pear, was
in possession of ruir ancestors a good
while before there were eatable apples
or even cherries, plums and possibly
even strawberries. Put the whole
pear family was just as surtly work
ing up toward civilized and garden
conditions as human beings them
selves. Evolution has brought us
along together, with pretty nearly
equal step, and now It looks as If our
luture development was to be nearly
as close as our past.
The modern farmer touched various
al tractive cakes on the shelf.
"This Is an oak cake," he said
"That Is a pine one. The row above
are walnut. All these cakes pro actu
ally made of wood. They are a new
cattle food the Invention of Prof.
Ilelnrich Heh that I have Imported
"Heh points out that the animals
like youug shoots, roots of shrubs,
bark hence his sawdust food, en
rlched with a mixture of potato peel
ings, cornhusk and tho residue of the
sunar beet after tho extraction of tho
It U said that 'his food, tho cheap
est known, ngrees with cattle. And
wl y shouldn't It? It is rich In albu
men, nitrogen and fats much rlchor
than straw. I proposo to give it n fair
(rial. If It does all that is claimed
)" It, the price ef milk ought to corns
down tO per cent."
W RH in
Diverted Through Mountain to
Give Power and Irrigation: .
Concrete Tunnel Six Miles Long Is
Completed After Four Years
or Work at a Cost of
Denver. When President Taft
touches a button in this city the roar
ing waters of the Gunnison river will
be halted In their flight dowu nn unex
plored, Immemorial canyon and will be
turned by the cunning science of puny
men straight into the heart of a 2,000
foot mountain. Tho wild river will
plunge through six miles of concrete
tunnel, tho first part of its turning. It
will emerge in the Uncompahgro val
ley only half conquered, still full of
strength nnd mad defiance at the arti
ficial bounds put upon its power. A
series of "drops" will weaken It tc
the extent of 10,000 electrical horse
power. It will be free of the dark
tunnel, but still confined within the
banks of a 12-milo canal or greater
size than the Erie canal. Racing down
the canal, the humbled waters will be
gradually diverted and spread out un
til they become tiny streams and trick
iliig brooks, Irrigating 150,000 acres of
rich agricultural land. A giant of tho
ftockies will be subdued and will
:hange its ages-long occupation or
carving granite to providing' moisture
and bloom for a wilderness.
The Uncompahgre project, ranking
third among the great reclamation en
terprises of the government, is the
first to approach completion. It is
'.he most spectacular If not the great
sst irrigation enterprise in the world.
The estimated cost of construction is
Tunnel Through Which Gunnison River
Will Hereafter Rush.
toward 1 1.000,000. It was audacious
to propose shoeitlng a full grown river
through a mountain. Enormous difu
cullies have been met nnd conquered
in making that subterraneau channel
for the river since the beginning of
the work, four years ago.
It was comparatively easy to work
tit the west side of the tunnel. The
slope of the mountain towards the
I'ncompahgre valley Is gentle, but on
the Gunnison side it was necesary to
julld a wagon road leading into the
frightful canyon, where the work at
'.he cast portal was started. This
ronel la M miles long, and in some
places rises 2.1 feet In every 100 feet.
Down this road heavy machinery wns
hauled, and the materials for build
ing n town of workers at the portal,
rremendous flows of water encoun
tered in digging the tunnel added to
the difficulties. The water going down
grade with the slope of the tunnel had
lo be pumped out at the rato of C00.000
icallonsnday. Subterranean lake3 were
lapped, nnd when the drills penetrated
the water a stream 40 feet in length
would shoot out through the hole,
knocking the men away from the air
drillH, and even knocking the "muck
?rs" off the train cars. Hot water was
encountered nt times, raising the tem
perature of the tunnel to such an ex
tent that the miners were compelled to
work almost naked. At one time a
heavy flow of carbon dioxide, or choko
damp, caused the workers to run for
their lives, many narrowly escaping
asphyxiation. It was three weeks be
fore it was posslbte to work again In
the headings, nnd then a ventilating
shaft fiSO feet deep had to be sunk. A
long stretch of fossil sea shells loose
and crumbling, compelled the use of a
special system of timbering, causing
another vexatious delay and extra ex
pense. Hut the tribulations of tho mountain
borers are over. Only a few roda of
shale nnd rock remain to be blasted
by tho tireless force of miners, work
ing in three shifts, day nnd night. The
12 by 10 foot hole is faced witb
solid concrete, backed by giant tim
bers, which In turn rest against tin
r.olld rock. Through this waterway
which will last for countless ages, will
rush a body of water nlno feet deep,
with n carrying capacity of 1,300 cubic
leet a second. The Great Spirit of th
Itn' kles will mourn a vassal torn from
his dominions, nnd everywhere peo
pie will enjoy peaches nnd muskmel
ons and potatoes grown in the arlcf
soil of the I'nconipahgre valley by th
aid of the tamed and civilized Gunnl
At a runiniagp sale in connection
with a Yarmouth (Eng.) church mis
sion the silk hat of one of the work
ers was Inndvcrluutly sold for a
KTii tSiXiti filiK
Our mistakes of yesterday are re
sponsible for our worries of to day.
Many who uwl to smoke lTe cf,ar nre norr
smoking Lewis' Single limJor straight Sc.
When a woman gets really sick she
begins to wonder if she will look good
In a halo.
Mr. Wlnrtow'n Soothing fjrun.
Forthlidrrn twttiln, ufirnt tlio R'imt, reiiurM la
Life's Unequal Combat.
You, a river, are contending with
the ocean. Latin.
Ak Your Dmggirt for Alltn't Foot-Eaie.
"1 tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE recent
ly, and havo Just' bought another supply.
It has cured, my corns, and the hot. burning-
and Itching sensation In my feet which
was Blmost unbearable, and I would not
be without It now. Mrs. Y. J. Walker,
Camden, N. J." Sold by all Druggists, iio.
"Why don't you mend that large
hole In your umbrella?"
"I keep it to put my hand through
to see if it is still raining." Meggen
A Financial Epigram.
"II. II. Rogers," said a New York
broker, "always advised young men
to get hold of capital. He usetl to
point out to them that without capi
tal a man could do nothing, nothing
He used to pack this truth Into a very
"'Fortune,' he used to-say, 'can't
knock at the door of a man who has
no house.' "
And Ma Fainted.
"Why did she refuse you?" she
asked her son, with fine scorn.
"Well," the boy replied between hU
sobs, "she objects to our family. She
says pa's a loafer, that you're too fat
and that everybody laughs at Dayse
Mayme because she's a fool and talks
about nothing but tho greatness of
her family." (Chauncey threw water
In his mother's face, but at three
o'clock this afternoon sho waa still
in a swoon, with four doctors working
on her.) Atchison (Kan.) Globe.
GAVE HER AN IDEA.
Cycle Dealer Here Is a cyclometer
I can recommend. It is positively ac
curate; not at all like some cyclome
ters, which register two miles, per
haps, w here you have only ridden one.
Miss do Ilykt You haven't any of
that kind, have you?
THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS.
Unselfishness In Life Is the One Thing
That Will Transform All
Things to Gold.
The moment we set about tho task
of making every human being we
come in contact with better for know
ing us moro cheerful, more coura
geous and with greater faith in the
kindness of God and man that mo
ment we begln,to attain the third pur
pose of lite personal happiness.
Would you possess the magic secret
of the alchemist which transforms all
thlng3 to gold?
It is unselfishness or, to use a bet
ter word, selflessness.
He who goes forth bent upon being
always kind, always helpful, In the lit
tle dally events of life, wilt find all
skies tinted with gold, all his nights
set with stars and unexpected flowers
of pleasure springing up In bis path
way. And all his tears shall turn Into
smiles. Brooklyn Eagle.
The crisp, brown flakes of
Come to the breakfast table right, and exactly right from
the package no bother; no delay.
They have body too; these Post Toastics are firm enough
to give you a delicious substantial mouthful before they melt
away. "The Taste Lingers."
Sold toy Grocers.
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Omaha, t t t t I Nebraska.
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Die
tresH from DymieDsta. In
dlRi dtlun and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for DizilnfHH, Nau
sea, DrowHinesH. Had
TaHte In the Mouth, Coat
ed Tonptie, Palo In the
Side. TORPID, MVER.
i l'ney regulate tho liowela. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
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tV - " SVtJ Pronxitrt a loiuilint truwth.
V. IraWi-Ter Fall! to Deatora Gray
1-V ; Hr to lta YouturiO Color;
V.,.' - Sill mp diNMei a hair t.llii
FRFC C.AMDI EC nf Champion Washing Tatileta.
mtC OHIflrLLO Wash without rutilmiK. Work!
wnniliT. wnslKliir. Ask jrour unn-Kr or rit
UlAMl'tO.N MtG. Ul.
ii. Ul. OAKLAND. CAL.
Aid Fight Against Tuberculosis.
At the recent meeting of the Na
tional. Association of Pill Posters, held
tn Atlar.ta, Ga., It was decided to do
nate to the campaign against tubercu
losis JI,ip),000 worth of publicity.
The bill posters in all parts or the
United States and Canada will fill
the vacant spaces on their 3,500 bill
boards with large posters Illustrating
the ways to prevent and cure con
sumption. The Poster Printers' asso
ciation hns also granted (200,000
worth of printing and paper ror this
work. This entire campaign of bill
board publicity will be conducted un
der the direction of the National As
sociation for the Study and Preven
tion of Tuberculosis In co-operation
with the National Pill Posters' asso
ciation. They Were Good Mothers.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is quoted as
saying that a woman's first duty Is to
develop all her powers and possibili
ties, that she may better guide and
serve the next generation. Mrs. Stan
ton raised seven uncommonly healthy
and handsome children, says an ad
ndrer of hers, and the children of Mrs.
Julia Ward Howe testify to the vir
tues of the noted woman as a moth
er. The eagle may be as good a
mother as tho hen or the goose.
"I might say to you, young men,
that I am a self-made man."
"In what respect?" asked an Im
"In this respect, if you must know,"
replied the oraton "I mado myself
popular with men who had a pull and
thus obtained my present lofty posi
tion." The greatest evils are from wlthia
us, and from ourselves also we must
look for our greatest good. Jeremy
tJi V .- '"" i"r lire eianiiuauon. fioti
Na' jVpo.il K'rttr.rhicti.ri.in lll tn-loffr
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