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The 3horter Route. I
Lady Duff-Gordon, at n luncheon nt I
Sherry's In New York, told tin unec '
dote apropos of tho divorce evil.
"Two girls," she said, "were chat
ting over n cocktail and n cigarette.
"'Marriages arc made In heaven,"
Bald tho flrst girl, and she blew a
cloud of smoke Into the air and re
garded It with dreamy eyes.
"The second girl with a light laugh
'"Yes, that Is true: but, thank
goodness, to unmake them we have
to go only as far as Reno.' "
Gertie Angry with him? Why, he
wrote a lovey poem lo her.
Rose Yob, but she never rotid It.
She tore the whole thing up In a fit of
anger. He called It "LlncH on Mabel's
Years aso Garfield Tea was Introduced
and since ha appearand) has won hearty ap
proval because ll does what Is claimed for It.
A third party Is usually undesirable
In courtship or politics.
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Important Events of Doth Conventions
as They Have Occurred.
Monday, June 17.
Colonel Roosevelt nddressct a nion
Htcr meeting In the Auditorium, In
which lie bitterly arraigned his op
ponents and charged tho national com
mittee with fraudulently seating dele
gates In the convention,
Tuesday, June 18.
foil vent Ion called to order by Victor
Kosewnter, chairman of the national
committee, and call wns rend by Sec
Oovernor llndley moved to amend
tho temporary roll, but was ruled out
of order by Chairman Itosewater.
Oovernor McCiovrrn of Wisconsin
and Kllhu Hoot were nominated for
temporary chairman. The Taft forces
supported Hoot, who was elected by a
-Majority or CI,
Wednesday, June 19.
The convention plunged Imo a de
bate on (tov. Iladley's motion, which
In ffect was that none of the contest
ed delegates he allowed a vote on any
of the contests. Motion lost by a vote
of 510 to ofS::. Itegnrdcd as a Taft
Oovernor lladley of .Missouri re
ceived a forty-minute demonstration
In the convention.
The RooHe.velt men on the creden
tials committee, with the exception of
it. It. McConnlck of Chicago, bolted,
claiming the rules of the committee
Thursday, June 20.
The talk of a bolt by Itoonevclt wan
rampant during the day, but subsided
by night, and many of the colonel's
friends said that nothing of the kind
A report that HonHevelt hud released
all his delegates was denied by the
Mr. Roosevelt Issued a statement In
which he said he would make the race
for president either as a republican or
un Independent progressive.
The convention itself was In session
only live minutes during the day.
Friday, June 21,
Tlu convention took up piece-meal
tho contests from many states and In
each Instnnce the Taft delegates were
declared entitled to their seats by
najorltles ranging fiom a high water
Tuft votes of 004 to a narrow margin
of 541 to r,2fl. Tho latter vote waB
in the California case.
Saturday, June 22.
Convention completed Hb work by
the adoption of,n platform and tho
nomination of Win. II. Taft for presi
dent and James S. Sherman for vice
president. After the clote of the convention
tho Koosevelt workers called a meet
ing and nominated tho Colonel for
president to head a new party.
Thursday, June 20.
.Tudge Alton I). Parker of New York
ivas selected as temporary chairman
and Urey Woodson of Kentncky tem
porary secretary. Choice made by
committee on arrangements.
Friday, June 21.
W. J. Bryan telegraphed live cnndl
lates for the presidential nomination
asking them to Join him in the opposi
tion to the selection of Parkekr as
Saturday, June 22. ,
Woodrow Wtlson announced his de
termination to stand by Ilryan in op-T-osltlon
to Parker as temporary
Sunday, June 23.
W. J. Uryan reaches Baltimore. Is
Slven an ovation and in an Interview
states that ho will oppose Parker for
temporary chairman and If necessary
carry the fight to the floor of the con
vention. Will Not Ask for Franchise.
Fremont. Neb. General Manager
Baker of tho "Nebraska Transporta
tion company," the concern which
claims to have financed an Intcrurban
to run from Omaha to Fremont nnd
from Fremont to Norfolk, declared In
Fremont Friday that the permanent
survoy has been started between Fre
mont and Omaha.
Orders Return of Ships.
Washington. A Igii of the confi
dence of the state department in tho
stability of the new Chinese govern
ment and its ability to maintain law
and order waB the order Issued from
tho navy department Wednesday for
the return to the United States of Ad
mlral Sutherland with his flagship
California and the armored cruiser
Rock Rapids? In. Tho 18-months-old
child of Charles Urown, while playing
with a can containing gasoline. In
haled the fumes and died In a few
Oovernor Aldrlch returned from tho
Rhtcngo convention Sunday, "moro a
Roosevelt man than over." While ho
did not wait In Chicago for the Roose
velt meotliiB Saturday night ho stated
on his arrival hero that that move
mont on tho part of tho Roosovelt
forces had tho hearty support of those
like himself,, who were soml-ofllclal
observers of tho proceedings. Tho
steam roller as an Implement of war
lid not strike the fancy of tho governor.
(Dy K. O. SKT.I.EHR Director of Even
In Department, The Monily lllble In
stitute of ClilcnRO.)
LESSON FOR JUNE 30
REVIEW OF SECOND QUARTER.
QOT.DEN TEXT-"! mn not come to
destroy, but to fuinil."-Matt. 6:17.
The lesKons for this ,-.ute( be
long for tho most part to tho year UN,
known ns tho year of popularity. Be
ginning with tho great Kastor lesson
there Is set forth the fact, certainty,
and meaning of the resurrection of
our Lord, by which wns demonstrated
his fulfilling or tho purposo of God
both In his own llfo nnd In his work
upon the croBB whereby was made
possible the establishment of the nejw
kingdom. Several or these lessons
are taken from his manifesto to show
tis the application of tho law which
ho camo to fill full with n newer nnd
richer meaning. Speaking of tho ideal
Sabbath ns contrasted with that pre
sented by the religious teachers of
tho day, Jesus uses tho Illustration or
healing nnd nlso tho plucking or grain
to show us that man Is or more valuo
than the ceremonial observance or the
law. Jesus proceeds In tho third les
son to chooso nnd set apart those,
who shall share with htm In tho es
tablishing of this new kingdom.
In tho fourth lesson .lesus depicts
tho character necessary for those who
shall sharo with htm In tho tultllllng
of God's purposes In this kingdom.
Tho blessings of poverty nnd tho
danger of riches form tho subject mat
ter of tho fifth lesson wherein wo are
taught a full rcvclatton concerning
llfo and Its truo substance
Key to Situation.
The sixth lesson has to do with
lovo ns tho secret of the fulfillment ot
all that Is required, ot nil that has
been already stated, or that may
hereafter arise, in this lesson by a
set ot sklllul questions Jesus nsks
nnd answers the fundamental princi
ples of this law of love. So deep
docs ho build nnd so high docs he
reach thnt wo nre compelled to ex
claim, "Who is sufficient." And bo
It Is that tho eoventh lesson logically'
follows tho sixth, tor in this we find
tho key to the whole situation. Begin
ning with tho verse that forms the
golden text for today, Jesus goes on
to show us that what is Impossible
with man is possible with God. That
while tho law Is Immutable nnd Its
penalties therefore still In force, that
he, Jesus, Is the one and only ono who
keeps the law outwardly and at the
same time its spirit nnd Intent as
well; bence wo have In him and his
righteousness all that Is essential.
The eighth lesson still further can
ries out this teaching by showing us
the fact that in the constant con
sciousness of God there lies power
that will enable men, independent of
oaths, in slmplo truth to fulllll all
tho requirements of truth.
The ninth lesson is one of the prac
tical applications of these principles
which Jesus has been setting forth.
The ancient high priest with the bells
and pomegranates upon his garmont
cnrrled ns much fruit as noise Into the
holy place.- Bo Jesus, this new high
priest tenches us that though wo are
justified In the sight of God by our
faith we demonstrate thnt faith In tho
sight ot men by our actions toward
those about us.
It we are truly and properly spirit
ually related to him our alms nnd
prayers and fasting will not be for
the purpose ot attracting the attention
ot men but each disciple will be ns
his master who sought offly to gloriry
the Father. This Is tho man who
builds upon solid ground and whose
house stands amid tbo breaking storm
rather than tbo ono whoso house not
so founded goes to pieces amid tho
storm. ThlB Is tho tenth lesson.
Folidwlng these lessons upon the
kingdom Jesus Is shown In tho
eloventh lesBon aa depleting Join tho
llnptlst's placo and significance as tho
forerunner of himself nnd becauso or
that position as being tho exalted
among those born ot women yet he
who In humbleness Is littio shall bo
greater even than Jchn. John rcprc
rented the end ot tho old nnd Jesus
tbo beginning ot the new
The last lesson affords us a signifi
cant vlow, a radiant revelation, of tho
compassion and at tho eamo time tho
mercilessly keen dlscornment or
JesuH. Ills dealing with her 'who gave
her best ns contrasted with Simon
who from his abundance gavo only
discourtesy and frhndless criticism,
teuches us what should be the real
heart motive of our lives. He who
came to break the shell of sell com
placency glorified the act ot the sinful
woman who In contrition broko her
alabaster box nt his feet; he who lov
ing much could forgive much.
There are two or three notes that
ore dominant throughout the lessons
ot this quarter. Ho, Jesus, who Is the
light, not only sets up high standards
but at the same time shows men the
path of attainment Again In nil ot
his work thcro is a perfect co-operation
ot the son with the Father in tho
carrying out of tho bonoflcont work
of this new kingdom
Though the old Is Bet asldo It Is
not set down, but contrnrlwlso It Is
rateed higher, and in its fulfillment has
ever raised tru,a higher and nearer
ALCOHOL 3 PEIt C.V.NT.
lingtlie Stontacos uMDowdsof
Apctftcl Remedy fOTCVjnjflj
lion aour aiuiiwui.uii"j
JfccSimHe Signature oT
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
BURNING ITCH WAS. CURED
"I deem it my duty to tell about a
cure that the Cutlcura Soap nnd Oint
ment have made on myself. My trou
ble began in splotches breaking out
right in tho edge of my hair on the
forehead, and spread over the front
part of the top of my bead from ear to
car, and over my cars which caused a
most fearful burning itch, or eczema.
"For three yeara I had this terrible
breaking out on my forehead and
calp. I tried our family doctor and
be failed to cure it. Then I tried tho
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and used
them for two months with the result
of a complete cure. Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment should have the credit
due, and I have advlsea a lot of peo
ple to use them." (Signed) C. D.
Tharrlngton, Creek, N. C Jan. 26, 1911.
Itching 8calp Hair Fell Out.
"I will say that I bave been Buffer
ing with an itching on my scalp for
the past few years. My hair fell out
In spots all over my bead. My Bcalp
started to trouble me with sores, then
the cores healed up, and crusts
formed on the top. Then the hair fell
out and left mo three bald spots the
shape of a half dollar. I went to more
than one doctor, but could not get any
relief, bo I started to use the Cutlcura
Remedies. I tried one bar of Cutlcura
Soap and some Cutlcura Ointment,
and felt relieved right away. Now the
bald spots have disappeared, and my
hair has grown, thanks to tho Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment. I highly
recommend tho Cutlcura Remedies to
all that arc suffering with scalp trou
ble." (Signed) Samuel Stern, 230
Floyd St., Brooklyn, N. Y Feb. 7,
1911. Although Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment nro sold by druggists and
dealers everywhere, a sample of each,
with 32-page book, will bo mailed
free on application to "Cutlcura,"
Dept. L, Boston.
Citlman Aren't nny of you subur
banites preparing to grow anything in
your gardens this year?
Subbubs Well, there's one thing
most of us havo grown already.,
Citlman Indeed? What's that?
Subbubs Tired. Catholic Standard
"Do you think BlfTels will ever
reach a green old ago?"
"He surely will, If ho Uvcb long
enough and doesn't know moro then
than ho docs now."
A girl may laugh at love, but later
she may realize that tbero Is nothing
better to cry on than a man's shoul
der. Society forgives a man If he breaks
the Ten Commandments, but never If
bs goes broko himself.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
( IfiKH CI 'A h
Tho Kind Yott IIuvo AUvnys Bought, and which has been
In two lor over 30 ycnrn, has homo tho signature of
nnd has hcen made turner ins per
iKeW2- sonnl supervision since its infancy
f&CCAVK Allow no ono to docelvo you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-us-good" nro but
Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Exporlcnoe against Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It rellovos Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flntulency. It assimilates tho rood, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have
In Us For Over 30 Years
THl OINTAUM OOMMNV, MBW VOWK OITY.
LANDLORD KNEW THE GAME
Spared Hit Tenant the Enumeration
of the Time-Honored and
. Teariy "ui
"I luivn called to collect tho rent,"
sntd tho landlord.
"Yes," replied the lady of tho house,
"como In. Now, before 1 give you
the money this month, I"
"Just a minute, madam," said tho
landlord. "I can savo time for you.
I know the parlor Isn't tit for a pig
to live In, tho dining room wall paper
Is u shock to peoplo of refinement, tho
kitchen walls are n dlFgracc, nnd the
back porch Is n mennco to life nnd
limb. I'm nlso nwnro that you won't
stay hero another month unless the
barber-shop wallpaper In the back bed
room 1b changed to something In a
delicate pink, and I'm next to tho fact
that you're ashamed to bavo peoplo
look at such gas fixtures us I havo
provided. I'm going to paint the front
and back porches and let It go at
"Thank you very much," said the
lady meekly. "You havo saved mo a
lot or trouble. That Is all we really
expected to have dono, but I was
afraid that I should have to make the
same old bluff to get that much out
of you." Detroit Free Press.
Manes a Difference.
"As you see, It Is a badge demanding
votes for women."
"You wearing Biich a badge?"
"Hut you always told me you could
never see any reason for women's suf
frage." "Yes: but I didn't know It was go
ing to become a rather ntyllsh fad."
"Why do you avoid MrB. Wombat?'-
"I think she's been talking about
"Nonsense. I'm with her constantly,
and I've never beard her say a word."
"Well, there's no telling, when she'll
begin. She moved Into the house we
movd out of."
"Son, I hone you aro engaged to a
"Oh, ahe's very practical, dad. Hlio
drives her own car, and sho can take u
motor apart ns well as any expert In
Make your failure tragical by the
earnestness or your endeavor, and
then It will not differ much from suc
cess. Thorcau. ,
"1 soy, how Is that new baby over
to your house?"
"It's n howling success."
t) 'm. 52bSbibSJP2'S',S
That Waa Different.
'A stern father who had repeatedly
told a young man who was paying bis
addresses to his daughter not to visit
tho house again without his permis
sion, which ho nover Intended to give,
was surprised when ho answered
ring nt tho doorbell Into ono evening
to sco tho young man waiting on the
"Sir," snld he In anger, "didn't 1 tell
you not to call again, eh. sir?"
"Ycb," said tho young man. "I
know, but I didn't call to see your
daughter. I camo on behalf of our
firm about that Ilttlo bill."
"Oh er er " stammered tho stern
father, "call again, will you?"
i- i .i . t
The Village Cut-Up.
"Charley llllllngHby always has
something funny to say, no mnttcf
"I know It, He's awful comical."
"I often wonder how he thinks ot
tho humorous thoughts ho has. He's
Just perfectly killing. 1 never heard
him call an umbrella anything but s
"You say you wero In one place for
ten years. Why did you leavo?"
"1 was pardoned by, tho gov'nor,
The Pax ton Toilet Co. of Boston,
Mass., will send a largo trial box of
I'nxtlno Antiseptic, a delightful cleans
ing nnd germicidal toilet preparation,
to any woman, frco, upon request.
"This enterprise Is n promising one.
"Ib It? Hut whnt I'm looking for Is
a paying proposition."
nellerra nnd rureit Itching, tortiirlnar dla
anf of the hUIii anil murnua nifmhrane.
A Kiiperlor Pile Cure. t& and CO crnta, by
dniRKiHtft. For- free wimple write to J. W.
Cote Co., llliu-H HWer Valla. Wla.
Willing to Dye.
Kiln Aro you afraid to die?
Stella Not If I feel that the color
Is becoming to roe.
LEWIS' Blnglo Hinder com moro thno
other Bo cltfiJrs. Made ot extra quality
It's difficult for tho uverage man to
understand why some women aro Jeal
ous of their husbands.
There aro times when Cupid Is bo
busy thnt ho has to palm off Borne cold
storage lovo on his customers.
A postal card to Ourfleld Tea Co., Brook
lyn, N. Y., iwklnu' for Miuiplo will repay you.
The man who sings bis own praise
seldom gets an encore.
When you are expecting an oppor
tunity it Is sure to miss the boat.
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