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Ik Hirrhofl Press-Journal
The name of the Emprt!f of Korea
hi Ili-Li. For the neit few month hi
kigbnea hod better lie lor.
He old faidiioiied financier will con
tinue to believe that the chief danger
ia handling money it the danger of los
As an example of the law of compen
sation, it mar be net forth that the man
who ia troubled by Indigestion has no
time to worry over the weather.
A German scientist has evolved a
implicated plan for the prevention of
Th first step in the pro
gram is to keep away from the water.
Never having had an opportunity In
!bst President Smith, of the Mor
mon Church, probably does not know
how be would act if he should receive
revelation from the prosecuting attor
ney of Salt Lake.
A man who was arrested in New
York the other day admitted that he
had lieen married "about forty -seven
times." Vet we keep bearing every
little while of some fellow who shot
himwlf becaune the girl wouldn't have
A UKiii, made unexpectedly wealthy
by a legacy of a million dollars frorj
bis grandfather, was so overcome by
the m s Unit he went out of his in hid
sod had to bo taken to the lunatic
axjlurn. Thus Is a now incentive fur
nished the rich to leave their money to
an institution rather than to relatives.
There is no fear of a cororatlou goln
'batty" over a bequest, whether r
peered or otherwise.
Locomotive firemen are not regarded
s good risks by life insurance compan
ies. Vet the man who fired 'Tufflns:
Billy," the engine which George Ste
phenson built, and which was the first
locomotive that ever hauled a train
of passenger cars on rails, has Just
died In England. Moreover, he was a
well-grown youth when he fired ft.r
Stephenson in 1823.
In Liverpool transportation by street
railways has so Increased that the aver
age citizen had a hundred rides in the
twelve months of last year. During
ihe same time the trade In shoe leather
as fallen off. Local statisticians have
regarded the two facts as cause and
effect They are asking what shall be
ione to restore the shoe trade without
Interfering with the business of the
electric street railways. One inquirer
wishes to know if the electric roads
have also affected the sale of um
brellas. In the "good old days" of long ago
it was regarded as a gentlemnn's priv
ilege to swear, and if his oaths were
nicely chosen no offense was felt. It is
not so now. Not that profanity Is ob
solete, but it Is pretty nearly so In po
lite society. It Is principally indulged
In by uncultured persons or by the
tipsy. Occasionally the gentleman
may let slip an oath, under provoca
tion, but in such instances he is careful
to note that there is no woman within
earshot The "d " at the dinner
table or In the drawing-room Is un
known In these modern and better
lays. Men have a higher and finer re
Hct for women, for themselves awl
for the language than in former times.
It is predicted that If our present
tendency Is followed we will reach the
fffortless age. Looks like It. We do
dot do things for ourselves as our
fathers did. We press a button and
machinery does the rest. Every day
ldds to the inventions for the simpli
tcatlon of life. Man has dominion. He
la using less and less of his physical
force and that of animals. He is for
rver harnessing new forces or old forces
to a new way. And the end of It? The
any ileal powers, by disuse, will finally
become practically useless. The body
win become a mere brain pan. Man
will become like Mr. Wells' Martians
imply a directing will power. The
Sect on character? Character Is moral
Iber built np by resistance. Obstacle
are a means of grace. And upon bap
sinews? Satisfaction cornea through
accomplishment To overcome Is Joy.
A dull, machine-made existence would
be Joyless. There can be no happiness
without stimulus. All of which is pes
simistic. And overdrawn. Man will
never give up bodily exercise. He dare
ot He can bare a sound mind only
m a aottnd body. If there la no physi
cal work to band he muat invent some,
aides, having overcome material
thing to that drudgery la no longer
aaeeawary he can turn to the real prob
lems of human existence. He has
learned that mere things will not make
duraeter or bring happiness. And
(feat machinery will not banian poverty
sr avieide or murder or war. They
see lessen It That's all The Alex
aier of the future having conquered
Uteris! thing will find two other
to conquer the world of the
and the world of the Spirit lean
hare dominion over Himself.
the effortless age comes there
VCt; toe no men.
asred all ever out land, from
ttrSMtf take to the Rocky moun
ts ever-lacreaaing number,
tr tCM camps, where dwellers la
feci it etty radMftfe tke complex
17 wtetar H for extreme aim-
iri Oe eases, its meal of flat and
Crzlcxl esCee, Ha taMe bar ef tinea
and iJver, lis windows aitbout dra
eries. Its bedrooms furnitJied with bed
! waxbsiaiid and mirror, it wardrol o
; uitiiiiig suit :;d use tvit g"" 1
the muft give way to the thounant
devices of modern society its tablet
and chairs and curtains and brie-a
brae and gowns and hats and glove
and veils. Every article adds some
thing to the cares of the owner. Th
long, lflsurely mornings of the camp
w hen the sky and lake and mounlaij
and book yielded their treasures ti
the mind, are succeeded by busy fore
noons with the duster and the needle
or by wearisome sessions with dre
maker and upholsterer. One asks ai
the end of a day of this artificial lift
whether civilization has really bene
Cted the race. The savage woman 01
tiie tropical Island, whose housekeep
ing consists in cooking a fish and sbak
ing a bread fruit tree, is she not to in
envied by the slave of gowns and bsts
tables and chairs? A woman may r
emancipated from the tyranny of "be
longings" only by setting her fan
steadfastly against the theory that be
life consists In the abundance of thi
things she possesses. Whether he ta
rich or poor, she must steadily keej
the number of her "things" withli
her ability to care for them, and tha
without fatigue. As soon as they in
crease so as to deprive her of lelnure
they are evidences not of advancement
but of decay. The town house ma;
take a lesson of tha cabin in the su
periorlty of "I myself to the chal.
In which I sit and the gown In wbicl
I clothe myself.
Rich men In office. Here Is a topi
which provokes discussion each yea
in the season of political activities
Anecdotes will soon tie current of th(
doings of millionaire Senators ii
Washington, Just as stories are no
told of the expenditures of opulent can
dldate for office, State and municipal
Many persons fancy that the govern
ment Is falling Into the hands of tin
rich. Our Presidents, It should be re
membered, have rarely been rich men
George Washington probably was th
wealthiest in the long list, not in tin
actual numlier of his dollars, bu
measured by the scale of wealth In th
eighteenth century certainly mor
conspicuous In this respect In bis tin
than has been any successor. Tb.
I'nited States Senate, wblle It contain
some millionaires, also has In its mem
bersbip not a few men who have ti
watch all outlays closely In order t
keep within their Income. Purprisini
and often amusing stories are told li
Washington of the "short rations"
many a public man, but such tales an
naturally of the kind that do not ge
into the newspapers. In giving pref
erence to a candidate for office, neither
wealth nor poverty in itself should r
decisive. The practice, by no mean,
uncommon in many communities, o
picking out for the State Vgislatun
a man "because he needs It" is as un
fortunate as to give preference to i
candidate for some larger office be
cause he is rich. Wealth and povert;
each brings to the individual its owl
temptations, in public as in prlvat
life. Each may also give to those whi
are not broad enough to look beyon
their own personal circumstances I
point of view which. If too closely ad
bored to in either direction, may bi
prejudicial to the general welfare. Tin
country needs in office men who are
as Wlnthrop said of Franklin, n
"dir.zied by elevation" nor "soured bj
REAL MOTHER GOOSE.
Charles Perrault of Paris, Member 0
French Academy, Wrote Bhymea.
The myth of Mother Goose and bei
gravestone In the Granary burying
ground persist! so obstinately that i.
was a pious and a needed service thai
Mrs. Arabella Stuart Austin perforin
ed fnr the tmo nnffini r,f (mmn,..
nursery rhymes on the two hundredtl : I
anniversary of bis death, in her papei
for the club of Brooke House. As thi
lecturer said, "People do not know al
that they don't know, hence not reallz
Ing that it takes a rare genius to wrlti
fairy tales they have been wont to at
tribute 'Mother Goose' stories to at
old housewife, whereas the real author
scholar of classic learning and re
nown, Is Charles rerrauit, of Faria
one of the first members of the Frencr
There is no estimating the amount
of One moral culture conveyed to aim
pie minds through his tales In thi
course of two centuries. The trlumpr.
of docility over tyranny, for instance
is nowhere more forcibly illustrated
than in "Cinderella," that marveloui
maid who, with her kinsfolk, has ai
many adopted countries as there an
nations in the universe. Lot all this tM
granted, then the question la. What Ii
there of high art to be found In "Cln
derella"? There ia the flowing style
the naivete of expression, and the In
terestlng lesson that, with its pointed
moral, lingers about it like the frag
ranee of a choice pressed flower. It
perusing "Rlquet With the Tuft" ont j
is fascinated by the wit, logic ane ,
harmony of contrasts in this story of 1 !
beauty and monster. "Cinderella," tb
feminine, and "Rlquet With the Tuft,'
the masculine type of the class of uu
fortunates. are only two out of a serlei
of eleven of the seventeenth century
Dublicatlons of the Perraulfs fairy"
tales, and they still live, although theli
author died In 1708, just 200 years ago
May the fairies ever protect the nam
of Charles Perrault! Boston Tran
It Is easier to bur things on tlm.1
than H ia to be Johnny-on-the-epo '
when the time comes to pay for them
Many a man who starts at the foo
of the ladder la down at the heal at tb
tv-UI 1H HS 1 t 1 I J H4 ' I
IDt 41 HOlSEwlHS.
Iiorwtbea von Schickel, the clevei
wife of a great buxbaiid and tu
daughter of a great man, was o't-
urtied to lay down her knitting ueedi
and take up her -n. She replied
"There are far too many books in th
world and far too few stockings." Mrs
Ixuise J. Miin. in "Wooings and Wed
dings of Many (."lime." Bays that tbii
remark illustrate the poiut of liew w
many German wouieu.
With moist German women houe
keeping is loth a science and an art
'ihe woman who 1 daily ami hourly
engaged in science and art Is not
woman of stagnant mentality. Hei
kitchen is her laUiratory. Her linei
room is her studio.
The average German housewife doe
as much work as any, but she niakei
far less funs about it than most Sin
doe no dirty work. There Is nevei
any dirty work for her to do. for dir
Is only matter out of place. The goo
erman ijmiw-Hc-p-r never displace;
anything, never allows anything tt
misplace itself, it is a fine lesson ii j
good breeding to see a German woinai
make a cake or brew a cup.
In the early seventies. In Chicago, !
knew a German family. From tin
baking of their bread to the seeing o'
their bread baked, from the diniuf
riMiin to the kite lien was an easv Met
r the child st ranger within thox
simple German gates. And I bad mi
first ami groate.t lesson in fleganct
and the grand manner when I vratcln-t
Fran von kilter pickle poaches.
It was a sermon on high tlilnklnj
and right living. She was so cool. s
dainty, so tuiflushed. so golf jiosscsscd
so cheery, but so dignified, so every
liing that I bad supposed It imixissi
llo to l)o in a kitchen. Although I wm
only a little girl, I realized that Oil:
simple German housewife bad In Imtl
her mind and her manner many fun
and high traits, which wore often mid
ly lacking in the mothers of othen
of my playmates. .Most of them wen
women of lavish wealth, but not one o'
thorn could ever bojie to wear her dla
luouds with half the distinction will
which this Gorman woman wore lie)
vpotlcss cooking apron.
HELD AN EXCELLENT HAND.
Bat the Old Card I'layrr ThnuKlit I
ouldn't Count in the Osme,
Things had progressed to a poln
where the young man had been practl
cully received Into the family circle
While he hadn't yet mustered up suf
ficlent courage to ask the old mnn'i
'ousont, It was evident thnt he wouh
Thus it happened that the old man
who liked nothing bettor than a gmx
game of whist or euchre or hearts. In
vited him to a little game one evening
and, of course, he didn't feel that 1'
would be policy to refuse.
"You and mother," said the old man
referring to his wife, "can play again)
Gladys and me. That will bc fair. I
you and Gladys sat opposite carl
other you would prol.ably jerslKt
looking Into each other's eyes, to tin
p-ent detriment of the game."
Naturally the young woman and tin
young man blushed, but they suh
nothing, and the game began.
It wasu't much of a game. Wbili
the young woman wasn't sitting rppo
site the young man, she was sittinj
next to blm, and every few miiiutet
one or the other of them forgot t
play when It whi his or her turn
Then, too, there were frequent In
qulrles as to who took the last trlcl
and what was trumps and, altogether
1 the old man felt a good deal like swear
tng on one or two occasions.
Finally he made tip bis mind thai
patience had ceased to be a virtue
The game had come to a tandstil
? "KP1'1 ''"changed con
. liilenees in a wliisner. It was notice
able that each had one hand under tin
"Young man," said the old man
sharply, "I should Infer from the waj
yon are playing that you baven'i
much of a band."
"On the contrary, sir," protested tin
young man, "I think I have as good 1
hand as I ever held."
"Well, suppose you drop it Tor n few
minutes and try to play the cards thai
are on the table," suggested the gen
He did. His missing hand appeared
above the table almost Instantly, an
so did hers, and they both blushed.
New York Press.
After Wars, Male Children.
Statistics of population seem t
how that after long and severe wars
in which many men are killed and thi
male part of a country's population L
greatly decreased, there is for severs
years a preponderating birth of mail
children until the normal proportioi
between the sexes is restored. Thk
seems to have been noted after thi
thirty years war in Germany, afte
the Napoleonic war
in France an
times after Uv
even in more recent
nicge of Paris.
"Your new minister Is quite tire
oine, Isn't he? Doesn't his preschlni
"Well, not at Wednesday nigh'
Gracious! Yon must be pious. J
)nly go to cburcb on Sunday."
"That's all I do." Pblladelphli
Tb" Way of It.
"Judging from the price of eggs, ev
T ben must think she Is laying gold
tn ones," ssld Snooper.
"And I am one of the geese that boy
the golden eggs," answered Bwaybsci
Detroit Free Press.
I A brilliant pom season bas beet
planned ai one of the world's fall
ittractioos. The leading polo ttauii
1 of England and America will parti
clpate. The poio contest ail
occur oa the Stadium, the pro
gramme to be arranged by the Nat
lonal Polo Association of Americ
These contests wil. give lb public
an opportunity tc see many million
aires of two continents mounted on
bobtalled ponies, sportingly chasing
polo balls with the lively enthusiasm
of school boys lo the spirited old
A Heart Story.
Kolsom, 8. I). In theee days when
so cany sudden deaths are reported
from Heart Failure and various forms
of Heart Disease, it will be good news
to ma ny to learn that there is a never
failing remedy for every form of Heart
Mrs. H. D. Hyde, of this place, was
troubled for years with a pain in her
heart which distressed her a great
deal. She bad tried many remedies,
but had not succeeded la find.ng any
thing that would help her until at last
siie I wean a treatment of iHxld's Kid
ney rill and this very soon relieved
her and she has not had a single pain
or any distress in the region of the
heart since. She says: "l cannot say
too much in praise of Dodd'a Kidney
Fills. Tliey are the greatest heart
medicine I have ever used. I was
troubled for over three years with a
severe pain In my heart which entirely
disappeared after a abort treatment of
Uodd s Kidney Pills."
Railroad travel in Frazil Is dls
rontloued on SuDdayi.
Jo Indiana consumptives are not
permitted to teach school.
Only one-twentieth ot tbe popu
lation of India can read or write.
Silence I, a pbool' safety, and a
wize man's strength.
We all ptaie koDteDtmi.t, but none
uv us praktUs it.
It iz allwus safe (or a man to akt
Ingraltude iz but one ie move Id
meanness from treachery.
Children oever kuo how happy or
unhappy they kan make a parent's
Sum t people never sho their tru
karakters unless tber are drunk or
Id a mad HL
Tbare Iz nut b Ing to eazy to satisfy
az our necessity, nor nothing so
dlffikult to sitlsfy az our desires.
Little Willie Willie "Mr. Oldboy,
why do they say you are in youi
Mother-" Willie 1"
Willie "Ob, I know; Its becaust
you are haldbeaded, Just like baby
Dick." Boston Trai ns :rlpt.
' "Five special detectives from Scot
land Yurd have been detailed at tbe
world's fair to guard Queen Vic
toria's Jubilee gifts which are on
exhibition la tbe Hall of Congresses,
w. C Foster, an attache of tbe
Imperial institute of England, has
charge of tbe presents.
( Seventeen stations, io of them
being large terminal pavllllons with
offices on the sceond floor, arc being
constructed along tbe line of tbe
Intramural railway which makes a
sceoic circle of tbe world's fair
grounds. The tracks and tolling
stock are already for operation. The
frequency of the
persons to reach any part
grounds by tbe Intramural.
1 Tbare is no theory that will work
'on the Jumping tootbake like the
HAS A SAY,
The Srhl Principal Talk About Food.
The Principal of a High School in a
flourishing California city says:
"For 23 years I worked In the achool
with only short summer vacations. 1
formed the habit of eating rapidly,
masticated poorly, which coupled with
my sedentary work led to indigestion,
liver trouble, lame back aud rheuma
tism. "Upon consulting physician some
doped me with drug, wblle other pre
scribed dieting snd sometimes I got
temporary relief, other times not For
VI years I struggled along with this
handicap to my work, seldom laid up,
but often a burden lo myself with
lameness and rheumatic pain.
"Two years ago I met an old friend,
a physician who noticed at once uiy
out-of-bealth condition and who pre
scribed for me an exclusl diet ol
Grape-Nuts, milk snd .fruit
"I followed bis instructions and iq
two months I felt like a new man,
.with no more headaches, rheumatls n
or liver trouble and from that time ta
this Grape-Nuts bas been my inai
food for morning and evening meals,
am stronger and htaltbler than I bavt
'been for years without s trace of thi
"Judging from my present vlgoroui
'.physical and mental state, I tell my
'people Methuselah may yet have U
take second place among the old men,
for I feel like I wilt live a great many
"To all this remarkable change la
health I am Indebted to my wise friend
and Grape-Nuts snd I hope tbe Postnm
Co. will continue to manufacture thli
life and health giving food for several
centuries yet, until I move to. a world
where Indigestion Is unknown." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Ask any physician what be knows
bout Grape-Nats. Those who bars
tried It know thing. '
; There's a reason."
- Look in each pkf. (or the famont
little book. "The Bead t Weflsflle."
OZONE FOR THE LAUNDRY.
tlrmrnt of tbe Atmwphrre that Has
Proven it Valuable l'ifeiafettitut.
An every one know s, ozone U an in
l;speiiJtiiie part ot the itiQfiSphere
irts.tue. It has recently been fnun!
u lie of groat value as a disinfectant
11 Mime laundries of Paris. It h.n
e.-ii introduced under tbe auspices of
iio city government. A location in tbr"
it. iluuore market was given for tbe
un and the entire plant w ill revel
the coriHiratnm at the expiration .'
!wenty live years, during which period
lie entire works are to le oen to in
qiecliitn by delegates add students of
hygienic methods of laundering. Tin
wniie in tbi Institution Is used for tb
iiiritose of disinfecting tbe bundles of
flotblng immediately upon their arrival
it the laundry.
The method is such that article
pass rapidly through the various proc
Ke from the first reception to tb"
dual delivery. The electric current
destined for lighting the establishment
luij for the "ozoneis." which are adu
lt od by eight motors. Is developed by
wo vrtieal engines of tifiy-flve-hors.-iiwer
rsih, c;;!;j.-!ed directly to two
i.vnamoH of thirty-seven kilowatt
acb, a total of seventy-four kilowatt
The "oiouers" are located In a specia
iin evpre.ly guarded against pos.
I'le intrusion, beesuM of the daugo
from the high potentials utilized f"!
.V package of soiled apparel on arrlv
Ing is at oui-e marked with a designat
ing tag which remains attached
through the various processes up to d
livery. The first move after tagging
Is to throw the bundles Into one 01
-veral huge tanks. This ling com
(iloted, the cover is hermetically sealed
and the ozone-saturated steam l
turned on. At the expiration of about
twenty-five minutes the tank or eylin
'lor Is discharged from the bottom mul
Ihe contents are now freed from all
possible chance of infection from tin-
lulcrolies of smallpox, scarlitina. tuber
:-ulimis. etc., ho that the employes nf
the laundry can manipulate the art!
rlcs frit" from all fear of contagion.
PIC IN NORIHIRN INDIA.
Tie, sir." said Henry Ward Ileoeh-
er, "goes with civilisation; where there
is no civilization there Is no pie." SIlis
E. H. Keldinore, ihe author of "Win
ter India," gives proof that Peshawar,
lu northern Iudla, Is at least making
an effort towurd civilization.
it was bitterly cold that night in
Hip government house of rest for trav
elers; and as the two opposite doors of
our grand salon of a room opened di
rectly upon garden and court, we had
sweeps of Icy air through It whenever
a servant entered, and such currents
across the floor from two-Inch crnok
below each door that we soon retreat
ed to Uie high slring-lieds, and wrap
ped In our rugs, longed for steam
heated and furnace-cheered America.
The small pocket of n fireplace shel
tered some hlsning green twigs that
smoldered and filled the room with
smoke which refused to escape by a
transom window sixteen foot up in the
absurdly high windward wall. It was
a north window without cords, and
wedged open to encourage further icy
drafts that encircled us.
The servant, bearing the courses of
the dinner, was swept in with a small
gale each time, but we dined well on
the usual Indian menu. The servant
made a final entry on the wings of the
1 ...l.1 I I ........It.. .1.. t ,.!.
i'r". u"". m-
"Hut, missus " he pleaded in in
J 11 red tones when I, too, had said, "No,
I had too often suffered In argu
ments with Krltixh pastry to hazard
It in far places, but 1 relented to this
courteous old soul, and gave the heavy
serving spoon the swing and force of
a golfer's club, when potiff ! pou-s-sh!
wont a fountain spray of minute flakes
of true puff-paste up Into the air 11 ml
down in showers all over the table. Wc
gathered Lbein up, every flimsy flake-
let, and with praises consumed the
servant's masterpiece, the very npotlie
oxis of covered apple pie, the most su
premely perfect tart the Hrltish Hag
ever floated over, away off there In the
shadow of the Hindu Knsli, on the bor
der hind of the "heart of the world,",
close to the old Aryan home of tho
pie people's first ancestors.
The Yankee Scored.
A Loudon paper, speaking
"American invasion," relates
enterprising Yankee came over to En!
gland and decided to open a shop Iq
Birmingham. He obtained premises
next door to a man who also kept a
shop of the same description, but wai
not very pushing In his business meth
ods. The methods of the Yankee, bow
ever, caused the older trader to wukii
up, and, with the spirit of originality
strong upon blm, he affixed a notice ovci
his shop with the words, "Established
fifty years," painted in large letters
Next day tbe Yankee replied to this
with a notice over his store to this ef
fect: "Established yesterday; no olij
stock." New York Tribune.
Where Training Coenta.
"There," said the roan with the retj
sideburns, "I a man who Is known far
and wide for tbe pen-pictures be hsf
"That sor said the chap with the
prominent Adams apple, twisting about
to get a look; "some noted author or
war correspondent, I suppose?"
"No," replied the first man; "official
photographer at a state prison." Cln.
Any man can easily make a fool of
himself; all be bas to do Is to act kittenish.
One of tbe most unique pictorial
souvenirs displayed at tbe world'a
fair is portraiture lo butterfly wings,
tbe work of Fred Kempel. a Milwau
kee arlUt. There is ixc &f Kve, tbe
tac; and body painted In pigments
while our Orst motbei's lui irlant
locks are farmed ol beautflully
haded bits of butterfly wings. Tbe
body of the serpent is of tbe scaiiet
winis of tte milkweed butterfly.'
in tbe manipulation tbe greatest
care is necessary, as tbe dellcito
fabric tears easily. Mr. Kempel'
will exhibit the portrait of tbe Pope,
President Koosevelt and other nota
W offar On Hundred Dollar
tor raa of I starrb tual
UtU't Catarrh I lire.
esaaul ka aaraS ay
V. J. t llh.NKY ft CO Props Toteoa.0.
We, U uinJpMiiiiMMl. have known f .J.CheMf
for the lai m )m. uid tx-lieTs htm rfeU
hoDorabU) lo all butliiiw tnuimoUon aixl
ri idle lu carry out any obugauuu aiaiia k
Wit & Truai. WboleMle I)rut'i;iu. Toted. O.
Aalijiu;. kujruiD ai iianlli, wltolauJa true
i.u. io.f.l(i, Ohio.
Haifa t surra t'urc If taken Internally, artlu
Jlrec'tlr utu Mi bi'iod ami itiiH-HU MirYacea ai
the kjstniu. Crit-e ?'.-. -r buttla. buU Sf )
Uri.ifi.ii. Tcaliiuotiiiia !r?s.
Hail's Fimnr I'll. - iae bctt.
Free to Twenty-Five Ladies.
Ihe HetJance Starcb Co. will giro
25 ladies a round trip ticket to tbe
6L Louis hipi'Sltltn, to five ladles
In each of tbe fuliowing slates:
Illioius, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas aud
Missouri ho will send lu the largest
number of trade marks cut from
ten cent, 10 ounce package f Do
Uance cold water laundry starch.
This means from your own home,
anywhere ia tbe above named slates.
These trade marks must be mailed
to and received by the DetJancO
.Starch Co., Omaha, 'ehr., before
September 1st, I!K4. October aud
November will be tbe best months
to visit the Exposition. Remember
that Defiance Is tbe only starch put
up IQ oz. (a lull pound) to tbe pack
age. You get one-third mote s latch
fcr the same money than of uoyj
other kind, and Defiance never stick'
to the Iron. The tickets to tbe1
Exposition will he sent by registered
mall September 5tb. Starch or sale
by all dealers. !
The phonograph figures In tha
teaching of the French language..
bonograpb cylinaers enable icaroera
to get tbe exact pronunciation ot
Mn. Window'! BOOTH ISO SYRUP lor tall
dru Uwlbiiifr, totln the mini, rexlmne tntls
Btallou, lUyipalu turn colic. Pilcei.'Hi boiua
A feature of Egypts anthropolog
ical exhibit at tbe world's fair Is a
port!or of a tomb erected 4000 yea 1 si
ego at Skakara, Egypt. Tbe tomb
was taken apait and shipped to tho
wotld's fair wbete It was erected.
The painted chamber is 15 feet
square, the- sides being built up t f
alls of soft limestone. On tbe
Inner surface of each, carved In lowj
relief, are figures of men and animals.'
Tbe identical color put on 40.K) ycats
ago still remains. The name of tbe
Egyptian for whom the tt.rnb wa
built was Kakapu as Is shown byj
Tbe more a man knows the less
he doubts; wnen reazon falls be lets
faltb lead blm.
Tbe printing ink used on the liable,
of England notes gets Its deep blade
tint from naptba smoke.
Idabc apples kept during tbe
winter lo cold storage, are the star
products of that state's fruit offer
ings In tbe Palace of Horticulture at
the wolrd's fair. Idaho fruit grow
ers claim that they have Ben Davis
apphs as t)rni as winesaps and pos
sessing a flavor tha v. Is unknown to '
the same variety raised in the east.
I do luv a live man, Tbe only
thing lo the devil's karakter tbat
sives him from supreme disgust Iz,
tbat be iz allwuss red-hot streouaui
ails' ready for action.
"I (MOW HAIR
in ONE IIIGIIT."
Famoas DoctorCbemist lias Discovered
a Secret Composed That Grows
Hair oa Aoy Bald Head.
CMtcowar of ThU M(io Compound That
Orowt Hair In a Slnjla Night ,
He sends a trial packaga of h)a new as4
wonderful trmnif free by mall to convinre
people It artuailjr (ruwa hair, it up hair fail.
fill out, removes dandruff and uulekly nt
tores luiurtent growth to shlafuf Stain,
eyrbrows slid eyelashes and reatore tM
blr to Its natural color. Head four tat
aud address to tha Altenhelm Medical Dla,
i naarr, 1901 tnto Building, CI art ana tk
Ohio, for free trial package, rnrkjaaaf a
'east stane ta aorir postaae. Writ todaje
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