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0OFFJ3R FOR MOTIIEItS.
ho Kind That Nourishes nnd Supplies
Food for! Mothor biuI Child.
"My husband has been unable to
drink coffee for several years, so we
( were very glad to give Postum Food
Coffeo a trial and when we under-
' stood that by long boiling it would
bring out the delicious flavor, we have
been highly pleased with it.
It Is one of the finest things for nurs
ing mothers that I have ever seen. It
IceepB up the mother's strength and in-
creases the supply of nourishment for
ftho child if partaken of freely. I
drank it between meals instead of wa
ter and found it most beneficial.
Our five-year-old boy has been very
delicate since birth and has developed
slowly. He was white and bloodless.
I began to give him Postum freely and
you would bo surprised at the change.
When any person remarks about the
great improvement, we never fail to
tell them that we attribute his gain in
strength and general health, to the
free use of Postum Food' Coffee, and
this has led many friends to use it for
themselves and children.
I have always cautioned friends to
whom I have spoken about Postum, to
follow directions in making it, for un
less it is boiled fifteen or twenty min
utes, it is quite tasteless. On the
other-hand, when properly made, it is
very delicious. I want to thank you
for the benefits we have derived from
the use of your Postum Coffee." Mrs.
W. W. Earnest, 727 9th. Ave., Helena,
: SUNDAY, Sept. 22.Chemists an
nounced that no traces of poison were
found on bullets in assassin Colzgosz's
revolver. In an address at Chicago
Senator Dolliver declared that munici
pal and state corruption helps the
cause of anarchy Johan Most was ar
rested at Corona, L. I., while address
ing a meeting of anarchists.
MONDAY, Sept. 23. Trial of Czol
gosz begun before Judge White in Buf
falo. Three officials of the defunct
Seventh National bank, New York, ar
rested and promptly bailed. Holland
submarine torpedo boat Nicholson
launched at Crescent shipyard, Eliza
beth, N, J,
TUESDAY, Sept. 24. Czolgosz found
guilty, of murder in first degree. Co
lumbia granted forty-three seconds
time allowance over Shamrock II. on
thirty mile course. John Redmond,
Irish parliamentary leader, announces
completion of plans for visit to United
States. New York City republicans
nominate Seth Low for mayor and he
Is indorsed by citizens' union. Gen
eral Kitchener reports capture of 350
Boers and the killing of twenty-nine
between Sept. 16 and 23. Overdue
steamship Oregon arrives at Port
Townsend from Nome with 474 pas
sengers and $750,000 in gold aboard;
delayed by fierce storms.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25. Schley's
retrograde movement from Santiago
chief point of inquiry, this being crux
in opinion of all observers. Judge
White sentenced Czolgosz to bo elec
trocuted. Seth Low accepts nomina
tion for mayor of New York and an
nounces that he will resign presidency
of Columbia university. General Cor
bin announces belief that army in
Philippines may bo reduced to 25.000
men within a year. Duke of York
offended French residents of Quebec
by replying in English to address of
welcome. General Kitchener an
nounces banishment of ten Boer lead
ers captured since expiration of time
limit on proclamation. Miss Frances
West of Des Moines will christen new
battleship Iowa, to bo launched at
Quincey, Mass., In November. King
and Queen of Great Britain return to
London from trip to the continent.
THURSDAY, Sept. 26.-The first at
tempt at a race between Columbia and
Shamrock II. resulted in no race, tho
wind dying out, though Columbia
maintained an easy lead. An explod
ing oil tank at Newark, N. J., killed
six men and seriously injured eleven
others. Frank Hague, an areonaut,
made an ascension at Lima, O., and
was drowned, his parachute landing
him in tho city reservoir. John G.
Nicolay, privato secretary to President
Lincoln, ahd widely known as the au
thor of soveral historical works on
Lincoln, died at his home in Washing
ton, aged 70. The London Daily News
published an unconfirmed rumor that
Goneral Kitchener had resigned the
post of commander-in-chief of South
Africa. The body of President Abra
ham Lincoln was interred for all time
in the new vault prepared at Spring
field, 111. A Paris newspaper sprung
the surprising rumor that Great Brit
ain and Turkey are on the point of
FRIDAY, Sept. 27. Will of Presi
dent McKinley read at Canton, all real
estate and income of personal property
goes to Mrs. McKinley. City of Pan
ama reports danger of immediate at
tack from Nicaraguan troops. Ap
peal of the Boers to The Hague trib
unal of arbitration made public;
Boers challenge Great Britain to con
sent to impartial adjudication of the
war. At a meeting of President
Roosevelt and his cabinet it was de
cided that the work of preparing an
nual reports should begin at once.
The Brazilian government has declared
tho city of Rio de Janeiro afflicted with
bubonic plague. Application of Ad
miral Sampson for permission to be
represented by counsel at the naval
court of inquiry denied by the court
Residents of Pond Creek, Okl., attempt
to drive all negroes from the city.
Mrs. "Wlnnlow's Soothing: Syrup.
Has boon used for ovor sixty, teabb by mil
lions or MOTireRS for thoir ohilduek while
TEEl'HINO, With PERFROT SUCCESS. It SOOTIIES
the CHILD, SOFTENS tllO GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN,
GtmEB wind colic, and is tho best remedy for
DiARttiicBA. Sold by DrugRiats in ovory part of
thoworld. Do suro and ask for "Mrs.Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," andtakonoothor kind. Twon-ty-fivo
cents a bottle. It is tho best of all.
Pittsburg Dispatch: It may be a fair
question whether the navy department
has any records it is willing to stand
Omaha World-Herald: It is possi
ble that "Bobs" will be sent back to
put up something more for that earl
dom. New York World: If the Rogers
will holds good it might well be added
to the museum collection as a work
Milwaukee Sentinel: Kitchener "re
grots to add" that 200 British and sev
eral guns were "bagged" by those
pesky Boer "exiles" last Thursday.
Washington Post: Mr. Maclay is to
absont himself from the sessions of tho
court of inquiry. Are tho great men
of the persecution afraid of their blun
derbuss? Houston Post: England, it is stated,
would view with alarm Botha's ad
vance in Natal. Kitchener would no
doubt regret to report that Botha was
Chicago Tribune: Among the many
heinous crimes of which Admiral
Schley was guilty was neglecting to
pay attention to infoi-maiion that other
people forgot to give him.
Washington Post: Lord Kitchener
thinks he could put a stop to train
wrecking by forcing Boers to ride on
cue trains. Tne idea would be practi
cal if Kitchener only had a supply of
Boston Herald: The inquiry court is
training some big guns on Admiral
Schley. But the case is young yet,
and .the admiral's friends will have
plenty of opportunities to defend him
at the proper time.
Milwaukee Wisconsin: It does not
require the services of an expert to
discover that a good many men who
are generally rational have so lost
their heads that they would endanger
their own liberties in order to narrow
the opportunities of a comparatively
served under Hayes. Its secretary of
the navy, also dating from the samo
administration, would be Nathan Goff
jr., of West Virginia. Its postmaster
general would bo James N. Tyner of
Indiana, who held office for the last
few Months of the Grant odministra
.1011. Its attorney general would be
George H. Wilson of Oregon, also of
the Grant administration, and its sec
retary of agriculture, Norman J. Cole
man of Missouri, who was the first oc
cupant of -that office in the latter
months of the Cleveland administra
tion. We have, therefore, among ranking
survivors one man who goes back to
Johnson, three vbo date from Grant,
two from Hayes, one from the first
Cleveland administration and one from
Survivors of Past Cabinets.
If President Roosevelt, -instead of
tendering to each member of the Mc
Kinley cabinet a reappointment, had
tried to go to a further extreme of con
servatism and make up a cabinet of tho
oldest experienced material he could
find, whom would ho have put into it?
This was the thought -of many who
looked at the throng of gray heads at
the funeral exercises of President Mc
Kinley, writes a Washington corre
spondent of the New York Post.
Such a cabinet of "last survivors"
would have as its secretary of state
John W. Foster of Indiana, who oc
cupied that office no longer ago than
the latter months of the Harrison ad
ministration, and is now but 65 years
old. Its secretary of tho treasury
would be George S. Boutwell of Massa
chusetts, who is in his 84th year. Its
secretary of war would be John M.
Schofleld, who held that office under
Andrew Johnson. Its secretary of the
interior would be Carl Schurz, who
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