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Much of llie rheu
matic pain that
comes in damp,
charging weather is
the work of uric
cut, tear or hurt any
worse when tho af
fected muscle joint
If such attacks are
marked with head
ache, backache, diz
ziness and disturb
ances of the urine,
it's time to help the
Pills quickly help
A Michigan Cm
. JoMah ttooTr. 80S H. Catherine tt , Hr City,
Mlcb., snys: "Mr back got in tmd I coo Id n i
benaoter. t often bcrnme so dlr Irmd to alt
down and rent. Doctors had fulled to liclp me,
and 1 was growing thin and weak. lHnn a Kid
nr IMlls went .right to the spot, three boxes
curing uie completely. I bare bad no trouble
Gat Doan'e al Any Store, BOe a Boa
FOSTER-MILBURNCO.. Buff .to. New York
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Do you realize the fact that thousands
of women are now using
A Soluble Antiseptic Powder
as a remedy for mucous membrano af
fections, such as sore throat, nasal or .
pelvic catarrh, Inflammation or ulcera
tion, caused by femalo ills? Women
who have been cured say "It Is worth ,
Its weight In gold." Dissolve in wnter I
and apply locally. For ten years tho
Lydla B. Plnkhnm Medicine Co. has
recommended Paxtlne In their private
correspondent with women.
For nil hygienic and toilet uses It has
no equal. Only 50c a large box at Drug
gists or sent postpaid on receipt of
price. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston,
THISIW WINCH HEMftDV. N.I. NaX N jT ;
great lucres i, curisciikonic weakness, lost vinos
vim, attiNKY, bladdzii, nissAsrs. moon roisoN,
PILES. EITHER NO. tlKtlOOISISor MAIL SI. TOST 4 CTS
OUOERACO,0. TEFKV4AN f,T. NEW VORK or L MAN URI1S
TORONTO. WRITE COR FRKB 00K TO lR. LE CL-ltO
MED. CO, IIAVERSTOCKUD. HAMPSTkAD, LONDON, UNO.
2TMKWBAOEElTASrEI.ESS)roUor gASV TO TAKS
ttS THAT TRADE MARKED WORD 'THEXATIOI ' IS ON
BUT. UOVT.BTAUF AFUXSD TO ALL OLNUINE PACKEI.
Satisfactory Tools Mean
Double Guaranteed Hardware Embraces
the Best Factory Brands of Tools
have stood the
The Saw Maker's Masterpiece
We aro proud of its qual
ity and guarantee it to
cut faster and run
yfw&f Utk " BOi s,,,s,,ed "
Saw. J0W 0ur Doub,c te Ta0
Si is attached to all Bishop Saws.
e Another Masterpiece
and one of Our Standard Factory Brand Tools which we
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Maklaf several alios la one
Nothing else like it, with durability equal to any eight inch Adjust
ing Wrench. Will go into corners, angles and places where other
wrenches cannot go. Is flat enough to fit in your pocket. Try one
We place a lea, Willie and Blue Tap, on
Best Factory Brand Tools. You run no
risk in buying Double Guaranteed
Quality Hardware it costs no moro.
WRIGHT & WILHELMY GO.
.00 3j50 $4.0
.bo AND $5oo
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
BeSTROYSSHOESIn the WOULD
92.00. f2.50 and S3 00.
The lamest maker of
Men's $3.50 and $4.00
shoot in the world.
Ask your Ueitlur to almw
I.. iiniiuiiisei.i.Dii. B4.ini in
oUlino. .lust nscoiiil
mill wenr u oll.rr inakrs cosltni; .T.00 to 87
-tho only lfrrencn 1 the rlin. Shoes In al
leathers, it) Ins Mint shnia to Milt verjlmily,
If you could visit W, I Ilonclas larc facto
rles at Ilrorhtou. Mum., unit (im for oursrlf
llow rarefiillv W. I,.
on wouhl then uudcrstuinl
o nioeiier, iook oriinr.
longar iiian any oilier
It W. I. lioagini noi are
imiri iroui iiiv iriurj
nniir lurcicij iiiriuiwtui
litlu(. it will show
and why yon can t
W. K,. IIUVOLAS
". Vi eaitV
Less Than a Two-Cent
An nvcrngo of less than a cent find
a third n tmlr Is nnld for tho tiao of all
! our machines In making two-thlrtls of
tho shoes produced In the United
States assuming that all our ma
chines are used. Tho most that enn
bo paid for the ubo of nil our ma
chines In making tho highest-priced
shoes is less than 6 cents a pair.
The average royalty on all kinds of
shoes Is lesB than 2 2-3 cents a pair.
From this we got our solo return for
the manufacture and use of the ma
chines, for sotting them up In facto
ries and keoplng them in order. Ton
pay two cents for a postage stamp or
a yeast-cake and five cents for a car
faro and don't miss it. Where do yoti
get moro for your money than In buy
ing a machine-made shoo?
Wrlto us and wo wilt tell you all
about It. Tho United Shoo Machinery
Company, Boston, Mass. Adv.
Nothing pleasea sotno peoplebut
they get a kind of 6utlnfnctlon out of
Squnro Sawyer snys tho pace that
kills Is largely set by II tiff h and frills.
In the Game"
but remember you must bo H
strong and robUBt to win. A
sickly person Is tho loser In
every way; but why remain
will aid digestion and help
you back to health and
strength. Try a bottlo to
day. Avoid substitutes.
test 18 years.
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Douirlna klnifs nro minln.
whv thor nro rui runtuil
iioiii inuir sriuponnu tveur
uiuxe lor ilia iri'0.
not ror ssl In ronr Tlolnlty. order
aiiu mt iiib iiuuuiruiiiil Sfironi,
hid lAnuir, fc nil iruti, ur
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Gown of bluo chnrmcuse with lace vest and square neck,
skirt reveals an underskirt with three folds.
VEILING MUST BE PLENTIFUL
Without a Liberal Supply of Material1
It Is Impossible to Get the
It Is poor economy to buy too scant
measure uhen purchasing faco veil
ing. A smartly adjusted vol! can
never have a skimpy effect, as when
tho back of veiling 1b straining at the
edges of the veil pin, or when thoro
Is not sufficient material left at the
ends to bo tucked from vlow. Wldo
veiling and plonty of It must bo usrnl
on oven a small hat. An excellent
Idea Is to havo elastic cording run
through tho meshes of the veil at the
top, being bo measured as to fit firmly
at tho baso of tho crown. This meth
od avoids tho pinning of tbo veil to
tho hat brim, which Is novor a very
sccuro way of fastening it and Is dif
ficult to do If tho hat brim Is stiff, and
Is apt to lcavo pin marks In any
SMART TAILOR MADE SUIT
A tailor made suit of light suede
broadcloth with collar of white cre
pon. cerise embroidery and black tie.
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event. Tho fulness should bo evenly
distributed nround the crown and the
edges of tho veil nt tho bottom caught
at tho nape of tho neck with of veil
pin or barctto. Tho cuds aro then
drawn straight up to tho back of tho
brim and invisibly tucked under tho
elastic at tho crown. When tbo veil
loses Its freshncHs and begins to sag
at tbo chin twlBt this portion round
and round and tuck it under Its own
surface; this will gtvo trimness to the
otherwise untidy appearunco.
WAYS OF FINDING PARTNERS
8ome New and Original Idea Which
Intending Hostesses May Find
of Real Value.
A correspondent kindly tells of
theso ways to find partners:
"Ono girl had conundrums written
on cards and given to tho girls; tho
answers to theso wero handed to the!
gentlemen and they wero numbered
corresponding with tho numbors on,
the girls' cards; they wero told taj
find who tholr partners wero. An?
other girl bad the girls' names wrlt-j
ten backward on cards and handed)
them to tbo gentlomen and told them,
to make out who their partners wero.
Another girl bad a small pieco cut outj
of tho card; tho pieces were given to)
the girls and tho other portions of tho
cards were given to tho gentlemen;
and they were told to look for the,
girl who held the card corresponding;
with theirs. Another put the glrlsl
names on cards and they were put In
envelopes and sealed and hid In dlf.
ferent places In tho parlor."
In Pastel 8hades.
It baa becomo quite a fad to havo
the combinations, corset covers, pet
ticoats, gowns, etc., In colored batiste
to match tho costumes with which
they are to be worn, or else to hnrrao
nlzo with tho decorations of tho bou
doir, particularly In the case of gowns
and petticoats. Tho trimmings aro
usually lace of tho shadow or val vari
ety. Cluny, baby Irish and vcnlso aro
used on gowns and petticoats. This
fad will probably continue until hot
weather arrives, at which time there
Is nothing better than white.
8ummer Llving-Room Rugs,
Rugs are a problem, summor or.
winter, but particularly in tho summer
wo long Instinctively to got rid of,
thoso with a deep velvety surface Ono"
of tho best summer rugs mndo of wool
appropriate on that account for all)
seasons, Is tho homespun rug. Tho
weave itf flat, without a nap, and tho'
colors nro very soft and cooMooklng-'i
Theso rugs coat from threo to thrcoj
dollars and a lmlf a yard, according
to tho color and tjuality. Harper's
Hang Up Blouses,
To keep blouses fresh and unrum
pled ncrow llvo books Into a picco of.
broomhandlo about two feet long. Op
poslto tbo middle hook fix u lnrgcj
Bcrew-eyo through which tho bur may'
bo hung from n email pulley nttachodi
to tho cupboard or wardrobo celling.!
Put the blouses on clothes bangers,,
slip one on each hook, and pull tbo
wbolo up Into the empty space la cen
tcr of cupboard.
END OF LONG FIGHT
EXPEDITION SEEM3 TO BE RULE
OF THE HOUR.
THE NEBRASKA LAWMAKERS
Brief Mention of the Work Being Dan
by Nebraska Solons in the
Houses of Legislature.
Recommended for Passage.
After the inoBt extensive discussion
given any bill before tho present bcs
"slon of the legislature, the big cotlo
Insurance measure, containing 1S3
sections and a hundred or moro
amendments, was finally recommend
ed for passage by the house by a vote
of 41 to 23. If has been diligently
considered for a day and a half and
ono night session of four hours. Pos
sibly a hundred amendments had been
offered In tho course of the tedious de
bate On roll call whether to recom
mend It for passugo or not twonty.fivo
members explained their volet. Al
though It was close to midnight, the
utmost sllenro prevailed. Just n few
of the anxious Insurance men who
havo fought bitterly Hlneo flrHt tho
bill rnmo Into tho hands of tho sennto
standing commit too were on hand to
foo tho vote whlrh probably means
the final passage of tho bill.
Committee Getting Busy.
For tho first time this session tho
hoiiBo worked Saturday, devoting its
tlmo to work In commlttea of the
wholo and recommoiuled for pnssngo
among others, OrossmanVt sennto bill
for a non-partlsnn Judiciary; S. F. IU0
by Dodge, prohibiting doctors from
dividing fees nnd tho sennto bill by
Cortical known as tho llluo Sky law
Intended to prevent fraud In tho sale
of bonds, securities, the promotion of
corporations, etc. Tito house amended
the real 3stnto flections out or tho bill,
making It much less drastic than it
enmo from tho Benato.
Amend Marriage Laws.
Among tlio laws passed by tho
onato that may bo of public Interest
is tho bill by Saundera amending tho
marriage laws In tho stnto to tho
offect htat tho stnto will not in tho
future recognl.o an valid a inarringo
performed In another Btato effecting
divorced porBoiiB In Nebraska, If con
trary to the decrco of tho court grant
ing tho divorce. A.mong other bills
passed by tho senate wero tho houso
bill by Regan, requiring a full crew
on light locomotives running between
division polntB. Houso roll No. C91
by Mockott, providing a commission
to servo without pay or expense, to
Investigate tho feasibility of reforest
ing the barren said hills of Nebraska;
four scparato bills by Fries, relating to
tho survey and survey records of lands
In Nebraska; II. R. 321 by Morris, pro
viding for a state live stock sanitary
board, and tho Stchbins bill making
a uniform chnrgo of 2fi cents for Id
word telegrams within tho Btate.
Anti-Discrimination Bill Passes.
The scnato has finally disposed of
H. R. G45, the anti-dlscrlmlnntlon bill,
by passing It without tho emergency
clause Much apposition developed
against tho bill nnd it was passed
after ono of tho hardest battles that
bos taken place in tho senate.
After having been dodged for sev
eral days because of tho known oppo
sition to it, tho Hcasty sterilization
bill was put up for passage again nnd
after a slight strugglo was put through
by a bare margin,
The houso has passed the bill ap
propriating $35,000 for the establish
ment of a binding twino factory at the
state penitentiary, but refused to au
thorize the appropriation of a working
capital to conduct tho operation of the
factory, believing that by the time the
equipment representing the present
appropriation Is In place another legis
lature will be In session ready to deal
with the question of tha future of this
Two or threo party pledges were re
deemed by the house In the passage
of bills Friday, Among them was the
binding twine factory bill, carrying nn
appropriation of $35,000 for machinery
nnd equipment and nothing for work
ing capital. The state board of con
trol Is given discretion In the matter.
University Removal Still In Air.
Tho question of university removal
still hangs in the air without final de
cision or Indication thereof. During
the week a meeting of tho Joint com
mittee of senato nnd house on this Im
portant matter made no progress. A
resolution Introduced Into tho commit
tee precipitated tho wet and dry ques
tion for tho moment. A motion was
made thnt whether tho university re
mained on the city enmpus or the stnto
farm, that tho bill bo amended to de
clare thnt no Hcenso for the salo of
liquor Mioultl bo Issued for nny local
ity within threo blocks of tho uulvcr
Blty. A conferenco committee of tho
house nnd senato finally settled the
nmount to bo nwnrdetl to tho normal
nohools of tho stnto for their operation
during tho next blennium by fixing n
fiat levy for this purposo at 85-100 of
ono mill. Tho houso bill had carrlrd
?i of a mill far this purposo, which
tho sennto amonded to ono mill, tho
conferenco commltteo finally gotlng
together on tho fraction above noted.
Tills will notunlly give then ormals of
tho stpte larger resources than they
havo heretofore enjoyed under a flat
Dy H. O. HKLUCHH, Director of Evan-.
Ins; Department Tho Moody niblo In
atltute of Chisago.)
LESSON FOR APRIL 20
JACOB'S MEETING WITH E8AU.
I.E8HON TEXT-Oen. SS:M5.
GOLDEN TEXT-"Do ye kind onn to,
another, tenderhearted, forgiving eachJ
other even nn God nlno In Christ forjraval
you." Eph. 4:32 n, V.
Wo aro about to lose eight of Jacob
"a cheat," and wo shall hereafter conr
atdnj- Israol, "a prince." Whllo Jacob
Is not so grand a character aa Abra-I
hnm nor so lovable as Isaac, yet he,
Is much moro llko tho average man.
Tho story of his dayB of willing; eorv
Ico for Rachel (29:20); of Laban's
decoptlon and of hla prosperity In
splto of Laban, can bo found in chap-)
tera 29 and 30, whllo thnt of hla tt
turn to Canaan la contained In chap-
tera 31-35. . Though not Included Itf
tho selected portion of Scripture, we)
do not boo how anyono can teach this
Josson and omit tho consideration otj
chapter 32. Wo therofore aco boforej
ha (1) Jacob's diplomacy, 32:1-8; (2)
Jacob's prayer, 32:9-12; (3) Jacob's
present to Esau, 32:13-23, and (4)1
Jacob's wrestling, 82:24-32.
A finger tip of God dlsnblcd Jacob.
yet vanquished he la victorious fotj
God tho angel of Jehovah has taki
on from thla double-dealing, crafty!
child that which hindered all thai)
waa truest In hla life. Not by com-f
polling but by yielding waa Jacob en
larged; by submitting he found thai
throne of power. So much In prepa
ration for tho lesson of today.
Not a Coward.
I. The Approach w. 1-3. Jacob
had Just hnd a vision of God (32:30);!
why, then, should ho fear the faco ofj
his brother? Even bo, howovor, he
continued his measures of precaution
and sopnrntcd his children Into Leah
nnd Rachel and sent tho handmaids
and tholr children nhond. Notlco how)
ho places his most loved In the roan
of tho procession which ho himself!
Ia.1. Jacob waa not a coward nnd, ln-i
deed, with his now-fAund power hd
had no need to bo. Doforo he had
fled from tho faco of bis angry broth
er, now with boldness, and yet with
humility, ho enters tho presence of)
that eamo brother oven though hej
had had no assurance as to the cha
actor of that mooting.
II. The Meeting w. 4-11. Twon
ty-ono years had passed, days of
great testing but of great blessing,
before Jacob bogan this homeward
Journey. Jacob had learned tho "up,
ward look" (v. 1) and his prevailing
prayer brought Esau to him In hastel
but not In anger. Now Esau lifts up
his eyes (v. 6) and beholds not the
fugitive of old, but a transformed,)
prosperous and richly blessed brotbx
er. "Who aro thoso with theot" he)
asks, and Jacob nt once acknowledges,
God as tho giver and tbo blosser.)
(Seo 32:20; Jas. 1:17.) Jacob speaks)
of his children as God's gracious gifts.
Although this is everywhere thai
teaching of the Bible, yet how often)
Is it the modern view, at least in
many circles of society. Following)
the children came tho handmaids and)
their children, then Leah and her1
children, and last of all Rachel and;
Joseph. At once Esau Inquires as to)
those gifts Jacob had sent ahead (32!
18-21), and Jacob replies, "That IJ
might find grace In the sight of my
Lord." It 1b well to notice that Esau
refused this gift (v. 11) as a purchase
price of reconciliation.
From tho marginal reading we sea
that Jacob's words when urging Esau
to accept his gift were: "Because I
have alt." - Every child of God oaa
truthfully say as much. (I Cor. 8:21;
Phil. 4:18, 19; Rom. 8:31, 32.) Thus
we see the astute Jacob who had so
arranged his affairs as to fcake gifts
or not as might be necessary Is sur
prised, not as at Bethel when he met
God, but to find that God had so
moved upon the heart of his bother
as to remove for a time at least all
III. The Separation, w. 12-10. We
infer from a study of Esau's life that
Jacob did not deem It safe to make
the proposed Journey. "Discretion Is
the better part of valor." God. does
not demand nor desire rashness andJ
needless danger upon the part of hla'
There are three main teachings In
this lesson, aside from those of the
preceding chapter. (1) That In mat
ters of supreme Importance in the
life of any man God Is interested nnd
ready to lend his assistance. Jacob
ready to lend bis assistance.
(2) There Is tbo lesson that while
men with anxiety seek to make plans
for tho ftlngdom It Is only as they
fully commit themselves to him and
allow him to domlnato and to guide!
will thnv nnnll succcbh In their lives.
(3) And lastly, when God controls,)
when ho has tho victory In oufl
hoarts and our lives, ho not only
changes tho attltudo of our enemies
towards us but changes our attitude
towards them. (Rom. 12:20, 21.)
Tho Golden Toxt emphasizes this
last thought. The only wn'y wo can
possibly obey Paul's Injunction wllfj
bo as wo aro "In Christ Jesus." As,
wo abido In, and recognizing tho ex-j
speeding rlchos of his grace, as we
recognize God's forgiveness as mani
fest In Christ Jcbub; as wo submit
bim, we will be able to "be kind on
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