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Ex-President Lectures on "The
World Movement. "
UNIVERSITY AULA THRONGED
Modern Civilization Is Compared With
That of Former Ages Speaker Is
Hopeful for the Future of
Berlin. Uoforo nn nudlcnco of
learned men and officials of high
mnrlt , Theodore Roosevelt lectured
Thursday In the University of Berlin.
Every seat In the nula wan occupied ,
and many hundreds of requests for
admission had to ho denied. The ills-
Unfinished American was Introduced
to his hearers by the rector of the
university. Ills subject was "The
World Movement , " and ho spoke in
English Instead of In German ns he
at one time Intended.
Beginning with nn eloquent eulogy
of the German race and Its achlovo-
incuts , the lecturer soon reached the
main thetnu of his discourse , and reviewed
viewed the civilization and culture , so
far as wo know them , of the earliest
peoples and their contributions to the
modern world. He then continued :
Modern Movement Begins. \
At Inat , n little over 401 yours
iiffo , tlio movf-mml towards n world civili
zation took up Its Intelrupluil inarch. The
IjL'KiiuiliiK of tlio model n movement may
rotiBlily bo taken ns synchronizing wltli
the discovery of printing , nml with tlmt
series of bold pea ventures which culmi
nated In tlio dlscoviry of Atncrlea ; nnd
after these two ep'orlml feats hail begun
to produce their full Directs In material
and Intellectual life. It became Inevitable
that civilization should thereafter differ
not only In degree but even In It I ml from
nil tlmt had KOIIO before. Immediately
after the voynso of Columbus nntl Vasco
dn Gntn.a there bcijnn n tremendous re-
lUv'oiiB ferment ; the awakening of Intel
lect went hand In hand with the moral
uprising : the Krcnt names of Copernicus.
Druno , Kepler , nnd Gnl'leo show that the
mind of man wai breaking the fetters
that had cramped It : and for the first
time experimentation was used ns n check
upon observation nnd theorlzatlon. Since
then , century by century , the changes
hnvo Increased In rnp'dlty and complox-
Itv. and hnvo attained their maximum In
both respects during the century Just
Instead of bplnt ; directed by one or two
dominant peoples , as was the case with
nil similar movements of the pnst , the
new movement was shared by miny dif
ferent nations , From every standpilnt It
has been of Infinitely greater moment
than anything h'therto ' seen. Not In one
but In manv different peoples there ban
been extraordinary growth In wealth , In
population , In power of organization , nm'
In mastery over mo han'oal activity nnd
natural resources. All of this has been
ncrompan'ed nnd s'gnal'zcd bv nn Im
mense outburst of energy and restless
Initiative. The result Is varied ns It Is
Conquest of the World.
In the first place , representatives of thin
civilization , by thc'r conquest of spice ,
were enabled to spread Into nil the prac
tically vacant continents , while at tbe
same time , bv their trlump'ii In organiza
tion nnd mechanical Invention , thcv no-
qulre'l nn unheird-of m'lltarv ' superiority
as compared w'th their former rivals. To
these two facts Is prlm'ir'ly due the
further fact that for the flrst time there
Is renllv something tlmt approaches n
world civilization , n world movement. The
eprcnd of HIP Kurnnnnn poop'es s'nne ' the
flays of Ferdinand the Catholic nnd Ivan
the Tcnlble bos been across every non
and over everv continent. In places the
comments have been e'bnlc : tlmt Is. thorp
hns been a new wandering of tlio peoples
nnd new commonwealths have sprung up
In which the penn'o are entirely or m-lln-
ly of European blood. This Is whnt Imp
pprjetl In the teiv > r pr"\te aid sub trip'.cal '
rcg'ons of the V'estern Ilem'sp ere , In
Ausl-al'a ' , In portions of northern As'n '
and southern Afr'cn. In other places the
conquest hns been purelv p"lltlonl. the
Uuroneans representing for the most part
rporMv n small cnsto of snldlors and ml-
mln'strators , ns In most of tropical Asia
and Mr'ea nnd In mii"h of trnp'onl Amer
ica , Vlnnllv. here nnd there Instances oc-
ct'r where there 1ms been no conquest nt
all. but where nn nl'en ' people Is profound
ly nnd radically changed by the mere Im
pact of western civilization.
. There are ot course many grades be-
I tween these different types of Innuendo ,
but the net outcome of what bus occurred
dur'ng ' the lost four centuries Is tlmt civi
lization of the Kuropoan type now exer-
e'ses ' a more or less profound effect over
practically the entire world. There are
noo'-n nnd corners to which It has not ye *
penetrated ; but there Is nt present no
large spnco of territory In which the BAII-
eral movement of civilized nctlvity flop *
not maVo Itself moro or less felt. This
represents something wholly difTrrcn'
from what haw ever hitherto been seen
In the greatest divs of Roman domln'nn
the Inlluence of Flome was felt over onlv
a relatively small portion of the world's
lurfarp. Ovpr much tlie larger pirt of tl < o
.world Hie prnppss of change nnil dpvolop
rrtpnt was absolutely unn ccted bv anv-
th'nc that o"curred In tlio Unman emn're ' :
and thoae rnmmiin'tles ' tbp p'nv of wbosp
Influence was fplt In acl'mi ' nnil ronct'on '
and In Intpr-octlnn , nmo-i themselves.
V'TP Krotipnl Immediately nrnuml HIP
Mediterranean. Now , however , the wliolp
world IB bound together ns never before-
the bonris ure anmet'tnes those of hatred
rntltpr thnn love , but they tire bonds
All the Nations Linked.
Frowning or hopeful , evprv man of lead-
en-hip In nny line of thnucht or effort
must now look beyond the limits of hl
own country. Tbe student of Rne'nlntry
n-nv live In nerlln or St. Potcrahnri ; .
P.nme or London , or lie mnv 1'vp in Mel
bourne or San Francisco or Uttcnos Aires
but In whatever rliy he lives , he must p-\v
lippd to the studies of men who live In
efti'li of the other cities. When In Ainer
lea \\e study lahnr problems and nttemp'
to deal with subjects such as 1'fe Insur
ance for wiiKe-worl'erH. wo turn to spe
what you I'T here In Germany , nnd we
also turn to see what the far-off com-
rrwnwralth of New Xelnnl Is do'tvj
When a Krcat German scientist Is warring
acalnst the most clrvmled enemlea of nau
Itlnd. rrcaturea of InllnUeslmnl slzo which
the mltrosenpo reveals In hla blood. IIP
may spend h'a hol'davs of study In cen
tral Africa or In eastern Asia ; and he
must Unow what Is aivompUshed In the
laboratories of To 'vr > . ] fst as he must
Itnow the details of that practical appllca
tlon of Bolcnoe wh'ch lina chatujed the
Isthmus of Panama from a iloath-trnp
Into what Is almost a hoilth reHort Hverv
progressive In Cliinii Is strlvlns to Intro
dtire western methods of education and
administration , and hundreds of European
nnW American hooks nro now translated
Into Chinese. The Influence of European
governmental principles la Htrlldngly Il
lustrated by the fnct that admiration for
them linn broknn down the Iron barriers of
Moslem conservatism , BO that their Intro
duction hns become a burning question In
Turkey nnd Persia ; while the very unrest ,
the Impatience of Huropean or American
control , In Indln , Kgypt , or the Philip-
p'ncs ' , tnl'c'B the form of demanding that
the government be nsslmllated more close-
Iv to what It Is In England or the United
Slates. The deeds nnd works of nny great
.statesman , the pronchlngH of nny great
ethical. Boclnt , or political teacher , now
find echoes In both hemispheres nnd In
overv continent. From ti new discovery In
science to a new method of combating or
nnplvlng Soclal'sm ' , there Is no movement
of note \vblfh can take place In nny part
of the Blotto xvlthout powerfully nffcctln
masnos of people In Huropo. America , nnd
Aimlral'n. ' In An'n nnd Afrlcn. For weal
or for woo. the peoples of mankind nro
Unit together far closer than over before
Pa much for the geograpb'cal nldo of
the expansion of modern civilization , nut
onlv n few of the many .and Intense ac
tivities of modern c'vTzat'on ' hnvo found
their expression on IblH sVe. The move
ment has been li'st tin striving In Its con
quest over natural forces. In Its search'ng
Inquiry Into nnd nbnut the flout of things.
Conquest Over Nature.
The conoiicst over nature has Included
nn pv'rionl'nnrv ' Increase In ovcrv form
of knowledge of the world wo live In , nnd
nlso nn extraordinary Inr-roanc In the pow
er of utilizing for-cs of nature. In both
d'roctlons the advance has been very
great dur'ng ' the past four or ( Ivo cen
turies , nnd In Imlh d'reetlons It has gone
on with ever Increasing rnpld'ty during
Mic last contunf. After the great ngo of
Uomu hnd passed , the boundaries of
knowledge fihrnn' ' ' . nnd In manv cases It
was not until well-n'gh our own times
that her domain was once ngnln pushed
beyond the nnclent landmarks. About the
vo.ar 1HO A. D. Ptolemy , the Roograp'tor.
nubl'Hhcd ' his map of central Afrlcn nnd
the sources of the Nllo. and thin map was
moro nccrrate than nnv which we had ns
late ns 18TO A. D. More was known of
phvslcnl Hc'prrp. nnd moro of the truth
nbout the phvsl"nl world was guessed ut.
In the dnvs of PI'ny. ' than was known or
guessed until the modern movement h ° -
rrnn. The case was the same as regnr1s
tx'lltnrv science. At < hu close of the Mid
dle Ages the weapons were what they
hnd nlwiivs boon sword , shield , bow.
fivrnr : nnd nnv Improvement In them vaa
moro limn olTcct bv the loss In know'ed e
of military orennlzntlon. In the science of
war , nnd in m'lMnrv ' [ leadership since the
days of Hannibal nnd Cncsar.
A hundred years ngo , when this uni
versity wns fovnded. the methods of
ransnortntlon d'd ' not differ In " 10 cs-
lontlnls from what they had been among
'ho highly c'vll'zod ' nations of nntlqultv.
Travelers and morclmnd'so wont bv land
'n wheeled vehicles or on beasts of bur-
'lon , and by sea In boats propo'led by
sails or by oars : nnd news was convoyed
as It nlwnvs hnd been convoyed. A grad
uate of your university todnv cnn go to
mid-Asia or mld-Afr'en with far loss con-
"clousnoss of performing n feat of no o
Omn would hnvo been the case n hunt'r ° d
vears nco with n student who visited
S'c'lv ' nnd Andalusia.
Moreover , the Invention nnd lisa of ma
chinery run bv steam or electricity have
worked n revolution In Industry ns great
as the revolution In transoortntlon ; so
Mint here nin'n the d'Toron o between
ano'enl ' nnd modern olvll'zat'on ' Is one not
merely of decree but of kind. In rmnv
vltnl respects the huge modern cltv dITcrs
more * from nil preceding cities than nnv
of those d' ' ored one from the other : n-rl
Mic g'nnt factory t"wn Is of and bv Itself
one of tl < o most formidable 'problems ' of
R'cpm nnd cleetr'clty Have given the
race dom'n'on ' over land and water su ° h
as It never hid bofnro : nnd now the con-
oucst of the nlr Is dfr ° ctlv impending. As
'wioi's preserve thought through time , so
Mie telegraph nnd the telephone trnnsm't
't through tbe space they annlh'late. nnd
Mioreforo mMids nro swnved ono liv nn-
other without regard to the 1'm'tatlons ' of
pace nnd tMno which formerly for""d
° ach communltv to work In comparative
'solatlnn. It Is tl'p same with the body HP
with the brain. The maoblnorv of t'io fnc-
'orv nnd Mie farm oiormous'v mult'Dl'es
inil'lv s''lll nnd vigor. Countless trained
'ntcllluoncos nro nt vork to tench us bow
to nvold or counteract the effects of
In the Realm of Intellect.
The ndvnnoos In the realm of pure Intel-
'ect ' have been of eoual note , and they
' 'nve been boMi Intensive nnd extens've.
"rent virgin fields of learning nnd wls-
'om have been discovered bv the few.
and nt the pai"o time knowledge hns
"nroad ninon ? M > o mnnv to a degree never
dreamed of befTO. OH men among us
Have seen In their own generation the
r'so ' of the flrst rational science of the
"volution of life. The ns'ronomer nnd the
-hom'st. the psvliMoglst nnd the h's-
nrlan. nrd nil tho'r brethren In many dlf-
'orent fle'ds of wide endeavor , work with
a training and know'edgp and method
which nre In oTi'ct Instruments of pro-
'slon dltferentlatlng the'r labors from
M\o Inb"rn of tho'r predecessors as tbe
r'flo Is differentiated from the bow.
The plav of new forces Is as evident In
Mie moral nnd sp'rltun ! world ns In the
world of the mind nnd the bodv.
One Danger of Civilization.
One of the prime dangers of clvll'zntlon
has nhxnys been Its tendency to cause
M'o loss of the vlrllo fighting virtues , of
the fighting edge. When men get too com-
ortnblo nnd lend too luxurious lives th"ro
's nlwavs danger lest the softness eat ll' < o
n nold Into their mnnl'ness of flbpr Tbe
bnrbnrlnn , because of the very conditions
of h's ' life. Is forced to keep and develop
"ertnln hardy nunlltleH which the man of
"Ivll'zat'on ' tends to lose , whether be be
lerV. factory hand , mercl'nnt. or even n
"ertnln type of farmer. Now I will n t
opsert tlmt In modern civilized society
Miese tendencies hnvo been wholly over
come : but there hns been u much more
Hucccssful effort to overcome thorn flmn
" as the cnse In the earlv civilizations.
This Is curiously shown by the military
history of tbe Grapcn-Unman period ns
"oimvired w'th ' the h'story of the list four
or Ove cpntitrles I'pre In Hunpe and
Ttnoni ; nations of Huropenn descent. In
he Grecian and Unman military h'stnry
ho change was stead'ly from a ettlr.en
Miny to nn nrmv of mercennjlrs. In the
Oavs of the early Rroatupss of Athens.
Thebp.s , nnd Pnarta In HIP davs when the
Umniin rpptibllc connuered what world It
' 'new , the nrmles were filled with citizen
" Idlers. I5vit gradually Iho citizens re
fused to nerve In the armies , or became
unable to render good service. The OreeU
states descr'l'etl by Pnlyblus. with but few
exceptions , hired others to do their tt'jht-
'tig for them. The Unmans of the < lavs of
Augustus had utterly ceased to furnish
anv ca\alrv. npd were rap'dly ceasing to
furn'sh ' nnv Infantiy , to the legions an'O
cohorts. When the civilization came to
in end. there were no longer c'tlzons In
the ranks of the soldiers. Thu change
from the citizen army to the army of
mtrcenar'es hnd been completed.
Modern Citizens' Armies.
Now. the exact reverse has been the
nse with us In modern tltnoi. A few
"cnturlcs ago the mercenary soldier ws
the principal figure. In most armies , and In
; reat numbers of caseH the mercenary
soldier was an alien. In the wars of re-
I'Klnn In Franco , In the Th'rty Years'
nnr In Germany. In the wars that Immc-
llately marked the bentnnlni ? of the
Voak-up of the Kreat Polish Kingdom , the
rcKlments and br'Rades of foreign HO !
Hers foimed n striking and lead'nc fea-
ur < > In everv army. Too often the men
if the country In which the lUhtln ? took
ilaoe plaved merely the Ignoble part of
victims , the burghers and peasants up
pciirlnu In but limited nunibcts In the
mercenary nrmten by wh'ch they were
plundered , Gradually thin hns all changed ,
until now practically every nrmy la a
citizen nrmy , nnd the mercenary has nl-
mart disappeared , while the nrmy exists
on n vaster scale than ever before In his
tory. This IB no among the military mon
archies of Europe.
In our own Civil war of the United
States the same thins occurred , peaceful
people ns we are. At tlmt time moro thnn
two generations hnd passed tdnco the
War of Independence. During the whole
of that period the people had been en
gaged In no llfe-nnd-dcath struggle ; and
yet , when the Civil wnr broke out , and
nfter some costly nnd bitter lessons nt
the beginning , the fighting spirit of the
people was shown to better advantage
thnn ever before. The war was peculiar
ly n war for n principle , a war wnscd
by each side for nn Ideal , nnd while faults
and shortcomings were plentiful nmong
the combntnnts , there was comparatively
little sordldncsH of motive or conduct. In
nuch n glnnt struggle , where ncrosa the
warp of so many Interests Is ohot the
woof of so many purposes , dark strands
and bright , strands Bomber and brilliant ,
nro nlwnys Intertwined ; Inevitably there
wns corruption hero nnd there In the Civil
wnr ; but nil the leaders on both sides ,
nnd the grcnt mnjorlly of the enormous
masses of fighting men , wholly disre
garded , nnd were wholly uninfluenced by ,
Wealth and Politics.
Another striking contrast In the course
of modern civilization no compared with
the Inter singes of the Graoco-ttomnn or
classic civilization Is to bo found In the
rolntlons of wealth nnd politics. In clas
sic times , ns the clvll'zntlon advanced to
ward Its zenith , polltlca became a recog
nized means of accumulating grout
wealth. Catsnr was again nnd again on
the verge of bankruptcy ; ho spent nn
enormous fortune ; nnd ho recouped him
self by the money which ho mnde out of
his polltlcnl-mllltnry cnrccr. Augustus ca-
tnblltthod Imporlnl Rome on firm founda
tions by the use ho mnde of the hugo
fortune ho had ncqu'rcd by plunder. Whnt
n contrast Is offered by the careers of
Washington and Lln-oln ! There were n
few exceptions In Jinc'cnt ' days ; but the
'mmciiso mnjor'ty of the Greeks nnd the
Romans , ns their civilizations culminated ,
ncccptcd monoy-mnklng on n largo scale
ns ono of the Incidents of n successful
public career. Now nil of this Is In s'inrp '
contrast to what has happened within
the last two or three centuries. Ddrlng
this time there has been n steady growth
nwny from the theory tlmt money-mnklns
Is permissible In nn honorable public ca
In this respect the Btnndard Ima been
constantly elevated , and things which
statesmen had no hesitation In doing
three ccntur'es or two centuries ngo. nnd
which did not seriously hurt n public ca
reer oven a century ago , nro now utterly
Impossible. Wcnlthy men still exorcise u.
Inrpre. nnd sometimes an Improper. Influ
ence In politics , but It Is apt to bo nn In
direct Influence : nnd In the ndvnnced
stntes the mere susp'clon that the wealth
of public men Is obtnlncd or added to as
nn Incident of their public careers will
bar them from public life. Speaking
generally , wcnlth may very greatly Inllu
ence modern political life , but It Is not ac
quired In political life.
Optimistic for the Future.
Mr. Roosevelt callsd attent'on to
the fact that hitherto every civiliza
tion that has arisen has been able to
develop only a few activities , Its field
of endeavor being limited in kind as
well as in locality , and each of these
civilizations has fallen. What is the
lesson to us of today ? he asked. Will
the crash come , and bo all the more
terrible because of the immcnso in
crease In activities and area ? To this
ho replied :
Porsonnlly. I do not bol'cve that our
clvll'zation ' will fall. I think that on the
whole wo hnve grown better and not
worse. I think that on the whole the fu
ture holds more for us thnn ovoji tbe
erent past has held. But , nssuredl'v. the
dreams of golden glory In the future will
not come true unless , high of heart nnd
strong of hand , by our own mighty deeds
wo make them como true. We cannot af
ford to develop nnv one sot of qualities ,
nny ono set of nctlv'tlcs , at the cost of
seeing others , equally necessary , atro
phied. Neither the mllltnrv efficiency of
the Mongol the extraordinary business
nb'lltv of the Phoenlclnn. n ° r the subtle
nnd pol'shed Intellect of the Greek availed
to nvort destruction.
We. the men of today and of the fu
ture , need many nunlltles If wo nrc to do
our work well. We need , first of nil and
most Imp r'ant of nil , the qualities which
s and nt the base of Individual of family
l'fe. ' tl'e fundamental nnd essential quali
ties the homely , every-day , nil-Important
vlr'ues. If the average man will not
work. If he hns not In him the will nnd
the power to bo a good husband and fa
ther ; If the average woman Is not a good
housewife n good mother of many
healthy children , then the stnte will top
ple , will tro down , no matter what may
be Its brMlan"e ! of artistic development
or mntorlnl achievement. Hut these home
ly qualities nre not enough. There must ,
In addition , be that power of organization ,
that power of wor'Mng ' In common for a
common end , wh'ch the German people
hnvo shown In such signal fashion during
the last half-century. Moreover , the
things of the sp'rlt nro even more Impor-
tnnt than the things of the bodv. We can
well do without the hard Intolerance nnd
arid Intellectual barrenness of what was
worst In the theological systems of the
past , but there has never been a greater
need of n high nnd fine religious sp'rlt '
than at the present time. So. while wo
cnn laugh good-humoredly nt some of
the piotonslona of modern philosophy In
Its vnrious branches , It would bo worse
than folly on our part to Ignore our need
of Intellectual leadership.
Must Steer Middle Course.
Never hns philanthropy. humanitarianIsm -
Ism , soon such development ns now. nnd
though we must nil bewnre of the folly
and the vlclousness no worse than folly , |
wbl"h nmrl's the believer In the perfec
tibility of man when his heart runs nway
with his bead , or when vnnlty usurps the
plnce of cons lence , yet we must remem
ber nlso tlmt It Is only by working nlong
the lines laid down by the ph'lanthrop'sts. '
by the lovers of mankind , that we can
be sine of lifting our civilization to a
higher and more permanent p'ano of well-
be'ng than wns over attained by any preceding -
ceding clvll'znt'on. Unjust war Is to bo
nbhorrrd : but woe to the nation tin ! does
not mnko ready to hold Its own In time
of need ngnlnst nil who would harm It :
and oe thrice over to the nnMon In
which the average man loses the fighting
edge , loses the power to servo ns u sol-
d'er If the dav of need should nr'se.
It Is no Impossible drenm to build up n
civilization In which morality , ethlcn' de
velopment , nnd a true feellny of brother
hood shall nllko be divorced from false
rentimontallty. nnd from the rancorous
nnd evil passions which , curiously enough ,
BO often nccompanv professions of senti
mental nttiifhrnent to the rights of man ;
In which n high material development In
the things of the body shall be achieved
without subordination of the things of
the soul : In which there shall be n genu
ine des're for pence and Justice without
loss of those virile qualities without which
no love jpf peace or justice slmll nvnll any
race ; In' wh'cb the fullest development of
scientific research , the great distinguish
ing feature of our present clvllUatlon ,
shnll yet not Imply n belief that Intellect
can o\er take the place of character for.
'rom the standpoint of the nation ns of
the Individual It Is character that la the
ono vital possession.
How Ho Expressed It.
Every araall boy the right kind ,
nnyhow thinkfl his own mother the
symbol of all porfectlon. Few , how.
over , htvo the ability to express their
admiration as prettily as the little
hero of ( he following anecdote :
Richard's mother was putting him to
bed , and as she kissed him good night ,
she said : "Do you know you are the
whole world to mamma ? "
' Am I ? " ho answered , quickly. "Well
Ihcn , you're heaven and the north pole
to mo ! " Youth's Companion.
OMIT or Onio Crrr or TOLEDO , t . .
LUCAS COUNTY. f M <
FRAMC J. CHENEY makea oath that he ti temot
partner ot the firm of r. J , CHENEY & Co. , doing
b'Ulnfss In the city of Tolfdo , County and Bute
afor-salcl , anil that mid firm will pay the sum of
O.VU HUNOItHD DOLLARS for each and every
ca a ot CAtATtii that cannot bo cured by tbe me of
U ALL'S CATAnKll CURE.
FRANK J. CHRNHY.
Sworn to before mo and tubicrlucil In iny present * ,
tbli 6th day ot December , A. D. , I8SS.
I T TT I A < w < OkEASON.
" 2 t I NOTARY PUDMO.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and act )
llrrctly upon the blood and mticoui lurfacca ot ttia
lyitum. bend ( or toitlmonhli , tree.
F. J. CHISNEY A CO. , Toledo. O.
Bold by all nruielata. 75c.
Take tlall'i faulty IMIla ( or constipation.
How Carelessl '
Smith Why did your pretty cook
leave you ? ,
Jones Got mad.
Smith At what ?
Jones She caught mo kissing my
Wife. Cleveland Leader.
Had Rheumatism Couldn't Sleep.
A lady from Oklahoma City writes :
"I was sick in bed with Rheumatism ,
ankles swollen , couldn't sleep. Elec-
tropodes cured mo. They are great. "
At Drug Stores $1.00. No cure , no
pay. Write for free trial offer. West
ern Electropode Co. , Dept. A. , Los An
geles , Cal.
To help others is no easy matter , but
requires a clear head and a wise Judg
ment , as well as a warm heart. Ave-
Lewis' Single Binder , the famous
itraight So cigar annual sale 9,500,000.
Nothing is there more triendly to a
taan tnan n trlpnd In need. Plautus.
Dr. Plerce's Pellets , small , suenr-eoated , esty to
take as cundy , ri'icnmto und Invlenrutg stomach ,
UYorand bowoliuuJ euro constipation.
How ono woman doesn't enjoy hear
ing another praised.
ARE THE BEST
ASK VOUIt DKAI.KU OR
JOHN DEERE PLOW COMPANY , Omaha.
GENOUS ) B *
this process all broken
parts of iiKCtitnery made zood aa new. Welds
east iron , cast steel , aluminum , copper , brass or
any oilier metal. Hipcrt automobile repairing.
BERTSCHY MOTOR CO. , Council Bluffa.
Lincoln , Nob.
HERBERT E. GOOCH CO.
BROKERS AND DEALERS
Oraln , Provisions , Stocks , Cotton
Main Office , 204-205 Frnlernlty BUi.
Lincoln , Nabrntka.
Bell Phone MS Auto Phone 1559
Lurieat Iloime In btutu
Beatrice ! Creamery Go.
Pay * the hlffheit price ( or
The only Sanitarium In the tnte uslnff
Natural Mineral Water Ilatlia Uustir-
In the treatment of Acute and
SaiHril HHia'MATIfall. Moderate
CliartreH. Aililrrtm :
OR. 0. W. EVERETT , Ulhand M. Sis.
Young men from 18 to 20 years old ,
to learn the Harness Trade.
HARPHAM BROTHERS CO.
LINCOLN , NEBRASKA
Stay in the Rain-Beit
KEEP ON THE RAINY SIDE OF
Don't let your thoughts or the thnnguta of
otht-ru mislead your Jmlpmeut. Uase your
jmlKtnciit u" llllRl experience.
Nature kccpx a purfect set of books ; she always -
ways balanced her accounts. If bhc ( 'Ues an
BbiinilaufC of rainfall at mm stage or one period
of the frame ttho will Rlvo n tlctlclt nt another.
Da emulous Mr. Farmer or Mr. luvebtor.
Wo can sell you ralnbelt land , with a peed
rich black soil , at dryland prices. What MO
say no mean. Wo mean Junt what \v Bay.
Wo Imvelmprmet ] farms In the rlcliept county
In the btato of Kauxau raHKing In pi Ice from i J
to (60 per acre. Tnl county lias Jimt com
pleted a JIM.OOU.OOcnui't houhe and oilier county
bulldliiKH Jhey are all paid for. It has a
quarter of a million dollars In the tri'nHiiry. It
IIUH Kood echoolu , uteel bridges tliroujiiont ( the
county tliey are all paid for. The county
bus no Indebtedness either llontlnjr or bonded.
Alt of tlitH KuarautecH a low rate of tai.
The farms we have for sale arc well located
the land laya smooth and level , The hull Is
peed , rich , black and very productive. Splen
did corn , alfalfa ami hmnll Kraln hind. Fruit
does exceptionally II lliiHlnexs IH Rood ,
TATTON-PATTON LAND CO ,
Ilrownt'll Itlork l.lurolu , Neb.
Hull tUa-l'honoi-Auto' UUU ?
By Lydia E. Piaklmm'si
Jefferson. Iowa. "When my baby
was just two months
old I was com
pletely run dowa
and my Internal or-
pans were in terrl-
blo shape. I began
talcing Lydia E.
ble Compound , and
mother wrote and
told you just how I
was. I began to gain
at once and now I
am real well. "
Mra. W. U. Btmacii , 700 Cherry St. .
Jefferson , Iowa.
Another Woman Cared *
Glenwood , Iowa. " About thrco
years ago I had falling nnd other fe
male troubles , and I was nothing but
ckin and bones. I was so sick I could
not do my own work. Within six
months I was made sound and well by
Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Com.
pound. I will always toll my friends
that your remedies cured mo , and you
can publish my letter. " Mrs. C. W.
DUNN , Glenwood , Iowa.
If you belong to that countless army
of women who suffer from some form
of female ills , just try Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound.
For thirty years this famous remedy
has been the standard for all forms of
female ills , and has cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
such ailments as displacements , fibroid
tumors , ulceration , inflammation , ir
regularities , backache , etc. "
If you want special advice xvrlto
It is free and always helpful *
Whnt Prof. Shaw , the V/cII-Known A erf
culturUt , Snya About It :
"J won U sooner raUo cuttle In Wentern
Canada than In the corn belt of
tlio United Btatci. Feed
U clionpnr nnd climate
| l > ottvr for tbe pnrpote.
I Your mtirkot nil ! Im-
I prove factor than rour
I farmers will produce the
Isuppllci. Wheat can be
I crown up to the 60th par-
inllol I&U ) miles north of
1 the International bound-
Inry ) . Your rncnnt land
ijnlH bo token Ht a rate
J beyond present ooncep-
Jtlon , \\e hn\o enough
Jonlo In the United
nles nlnne nho want
bomoo to tnko up this land. " N.irlj
Trill outeraiiilinukotliclrlioinc *
In Western C'anmln tills yrnr.
1000 tirouncvU another Inrco
crop of irlicnt , ontu anil barter.
In addition tovlilcU tlio entile
exports nan an Immense Item.
Cattle ralslnc , dairying , mixed
farming nnd crnln growing In the
provinces of Manitoba , Hankat-
chewmi anil Alberta.
1'rco homestead and pro-cmp-
tlon nro.is , n Moll ( is lands hold
by railway nnd land compAnles. will
protldo Itnmc * for millions.
Adaptable/ | | , healthful cli
mate , pplcndlil schools and
churcheN , and iroml railways.
For Bcttlera * rntoB , deacriptlre
literature "Ijint Boat Went. " how
to reach the country nnd other par.
tlculara , wrlto to Sap't ot Immi
gration. Ottawa , Canada , or to the
Canadian Government Agent.
W. V. BENNETT
Boon 4 Bee Blig. Oraiha , Rib.
( Use cJrr onearestjrcm.l (2) ( )
Send postal for
Better ( and more economical
than liquid antiseptics
FOR ALL TOILET USES.
Gives one a sweet breath ; clean , white ,
germ-free teeth antisepticnlly clean
mouth and throat purifies the breath
after smoking dispels all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors much ap
preciated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for core eyes and catarrh.
A liltle Paxtine powder dis-
tolved in a glati of hot _ watet
makes a delightful entiiepU'c so
lution , poueumg extraordinary
cleansing , gerrmcidal and heal
ing power , and absolutely harm-
leu. Try u Sample. 50c. a
large box at druggifl * or by mail
THE PAXTON TOILET CO. , BOSTON. MA'OS.
That's what it costs to Ret n wcek'a
treatment of CASCARETS. They
do mom for you than any medicine
on Earth. Sickness generally shows
nnd stnrti first in the Bowels and
Liver ; CASCARETS cure these ills.
It's so easy to try why not start to-
nUjht and have help in the morning ?
CASCARIJTS toe a box for t wrek'a SQ |
treatment , nil Unicrjlsts. DlRgett icller
in the world. MUliou boica a mouth.
Many a younp man hai
paid for bis farm In Can *
uua from the Urst ciop.
You can do the same Tlia
opportunity Is yourn if you
will only graap It. We hnva
thoiihandH of acres of rich
prattle land In Southeast.
cm Saskatchewan , clou ) to market , for eala at tl'int
nerurriiumt up. Four new Hues or railroad are be *
Inn ImlH tMs jear. AH eyes urn turned toward tli *
Weyiiiirn-Mannr dltirlct. Write forour free book ,
"A Call to the West. " telling ull about the nonclrr *
fill nheat-KrowlnB district. I ( i > ruhentatlvo9nuntr4
In every locality IHIUIHI IJMMO. , Hoi s , itrl > b i > , Ik
Know Shaving Comfort
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
Thompson's Eye Water