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1 THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY
Weak kidneys fail to remove poi
sons from the blood and are the cause
of backache , headache , urinary troubles
and dizzy spells ,
To Insure good health ,
f keep the kIdneys :
, well. Doan's Kidney
: Pills remove all kid
ney Ills. Read what
VI a physician says :
Dr. H. Green , 215 N.
9th St. , No. Yakima ,
Wash. , says : "I have
; used Doan's Kidney
Pills in my practice
for years and they
have given satisfac-
tion. I have taken Doan's Kidney
Pills personally and pronounce them
the best remedy I have prescribed in
my long career as a physician and sur-
Remember the name-Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y.
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, It Was the Other Way.
"Mr. Jones , " said the senior partner
In the wholesale dry goods house to
the drummer who stood before him in
the private office , "you have been
with us for the past ten years. "
"Yes , sir. "
"And you ought to know the rules
of the house. One of them is that no
man of ours shall take a side line. "
"But I have none , sir. "
, "But you have lately got married. '
"Yes ; but can you call that a side
line , Mr. Jones ? "
"Technically , it may not be. "
i , "You needn't fear that having i
wife Is going to bring me in off a trip
any sooner. "
' "Oh , I don't. It is the fear that
having a wife at home you'll want to
stay out on the road altogether ! "
What They Did With Them.
An American who spends much of
his time In England tells of a cockney
who went to a dealer in dogs and thus
described what he wanted. "Hi wants
a kind of dog about so 'igh an' so long.
Hit's a kind of gr'y'ound , an' yet it
ain't a gr'y'ound , because 'is tyle is
shorter nor any o' those 'ere gr'y'ounds ,
an' 'Is nose is shorter , an' 'e ain't so
slim round the body. But still 'e's
a kind o' gr'y'ound. Do you keep such
dogs ? " "We do not , " said the dog
man. "We drown 'em. "
Playing the Market.
, "Curbroke never pays for his meat
until a month afterward. "
' "So I hear. Prices in the meantime
go up , and he feels as though he'd
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Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
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OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Triennial Conclave in Chicago At-
tended by , Great * Hosi of High
Masons . - -Magnificent Parade and
Competitive DrillCity Beautifully
Chicago.-The triennial conclave of
he grand encampment of Knights
Templar of the United States , which
opened here Sunday , has 'brought to
the city a mighty throng of high Ma-
sons , not only from all parts of Amer-
ica , but from Great Britain as well.
The culminating feature of the con-
clave was the parade on Tuesday ,
when some 50,000 sir knights marched
in glittering array through handsome-
ly decorated street , past immense
reviewing stands and between . solid
walls of spectators who stood for
hours to see the magnificent and im
posing procession and to listen to its
The first event on the program of
the conclave was , as always , divine
service on Sunday. The sir knights
selected Orchestra hall for this pur
pose and entirely filled the body of
that hall to listen to a sermon on
"Templarism , " delivered by Rev. Dr.
George H. MacAdam of Madison , Wis. ,
in'the absence of Sir Knight George
C. Rafter of Cheyenne : , Wyo. , very
eminent grand prelate of the grand I
encampment. The music was in I
charge of the grand organist of the i
grand commandery of Illinois , the
choir consisting of several male quar-
tets belonging to the order in this
state. Monday was devoted mainly to
the receiving of the grand and subor-
dinate commanderies and escorting
them to their hotels. It is estimated
that fully 100,000 visitors came with
the knights and that about 300,000 oth-
er excursionists have flocked to the
city this week in consequence of the
conclave. Of course every hotel was
thronged and thousands of the visi-
this Immense stand , as at Its center
was a gorgeous throne on which sat
the acting grand master , William
Bromwell Melish of Cincinnati , who
became head of the order on the re
cent death of Grand Master Henry W.
Rugg of Providence , R. I. Mr. Melish
will be regularly elected grand master
before the close of the conclave.
Just north of the Art Institute the
parade passed before another review-
ing stand in which were Mayor Busse ,
the city council and the park commis
sioners. . . . .
Beautiful "Templar Way. "
- Washington ; street the marchers
turned v.est to State , where they en
tered on the "Templar Way. " This
stretch extended from Randolph to
Van Buren street and was made beau
tiful ! by : i handsome arch and massive
Corinthian columns of pure white
erected thirty-three feet apart on both
sides of the street. Festoons of natur
al laurel connected the columns , and
the bright red cross and the shield
and coat of arms of the order were
roraiuent in the scheme of decora
Moving south to Jackson boulevard ,
the knights again turned west , and
near the federal building passed be.
fore yet another reviewing stand
which accommodated Governor Deneen
and his staff. Marching north on La.
Salle street , the parade passed be.
neath the grand commandery arch of
pure white which spanned the street
at the La Salle hotel , the headquarters
of the grand commandery of Illinois.
Entrancing Scenes at Night.
The scene in the streets at night
was especially beautiful , for all the
arches festoons and columns of the
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Most Eminent Sir William B. Melish , Actinq Grand , Commander.
tors found quarters - in private resi-
On Monday evening all the local
and visiting commanderies kept open
house at their respective headquar-
ters , and many of the visitors found
their way to the various amusement
parks and the theaters.
Parade . . of The Knights.
The "grand parade" of Tuesday was
the largest parade of Knights Templar
ever held. The preparations were
elaborate and Michigan boulevard was
most elaborately decorated. The sir
knights formed in line of marcb on
the boulevard south of Thirty-first
street , and signal to move was given
by the guns of Battery B , I. N. G. , the
detachment for the purpose being
composed of Knights Templar all of
whom are members of the battery.
The same detachment fired the salute
to the grand master.
Marching northward In Michigan
boulevard , the parade passed , near
Hubbard court , beneath an entrance
arch built in the form of an anclenr
battlement with Its towers and tur-
rets. This was Intended to represent ;
the entrance to the city , and as the I
column passed under it , buglers sta
tioned on its heights heralded the ap
proach of each grand division.
Next the knights came abreast o * I
the first grand stand , one-half mile In
length , and this needed no decora-
tions , for It . was filled to its capacity
mainly WIth ; ladles whose. . , beautiful
summer ' costumes made it like a vast
garden. About 50,000 persons were In
I . decorative scheme were brilliantly II-
luininaieU. ana on State street , In ad
dition to the "Templar Way , " the mer
chants had put up decorations that
t c I transformed the great shopping dis-
| I trict into a veritable fairy land.
I Undoubtedly the most spectacular
'I ' feature of the uight display was the
wonderful electric set piece erected
I in Grant park on the lake : front , re
producing in colossal size the official
emblem or badge of the conclave. It
was 150 feet high and its 5,000 power
ful electric lights of varied colors
brilliantly illuminated all that part of
Much of the ; success of the conclave
must be attributed to the efforts of
John D. Cleveland , grand commander
of Illinois apd president of the tri
ennial executive committee. Arthur
MacArthur of Troy , N. Y. , is the very
eminent grand generalissimo of the
grand encampment and W. Frank
Pierce of San Francisco the grand
Among the most noted of the visit-
ing masons from other lands are : The
Right Hon. the Earl of Euston , pro
grand master of the great priory of
England and Wales ; the Lord Athlum-
ney. past great constable ; Thomas
Fraser , great marshal ; R. Newton
Crane past great herald ; F. C. Van
Duzer , past great standard bearer ;
H. J. Homer , acting grand master ban
ner bearer ; John Fergueson , past pre
ceptor of England and " Wales ; and the
Right Hon. Luther B" Archibald . , .most
eminent grand master of the great
priory of Canada. " : and.official ! . atal ! . _ .
TOOK A SECOND THOUGHT
Aggrieved Visitor Agrees With Man
Who Spoke About the Better
Part of Valor.
Bishop William M. McVickar of the
Episcopal diocese of Rhode Island has
hundreds of Boston friends who will
b'e interested in a story they are tell-
ing down in Providence about him.
The bishop is as big physically as he
is mentally. On a certain occasion
some years ago he preached a sermon
on the need for missionary work in
the back towns , of his state , and espe-
cially mentioned the town of Foster ,
which , certainly deserved as much as
he said about it.
There are a good many fighters in
Foster , and the worst of the lot an-
nounced to all who cared to hear that
when he went to Providence he
would make it his business to chas
tise the bishop. He didn't happen to
visit the city until a month or so ago.
On his return he joinQd the crowd
about the stove in the village post-
"Well , Hi , " said one of the gray-
beards. "Did ye lick this here Par-
son Vickery when ye was down to
Providence ? "
Hi spat deliberately before he re -
plied. "Lick him ! " he said. "Say ,
he's eight foot tall and four foot
broad. Lick him ? I 'saw' him.-Bos-
DIDN'T LIKE DARK COLORS.
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aever darken your door again. Try-
Ing ! to marry your daughter ?
Thomas-No ; he's a painter and he
painted my front. door ebony instead
Casey at the Bat.
This famous poem is contained in the
Coca-Cola Baseball Record Book for
1910 , together with records , schedules
for both leagues and other valuable
baseball information compiled by au
thorities. This interesting book sent
by the Coca-Cola Co. , of Atlanta , Ga. ,
on receipt of 2c stamp for postage.
Also copy of their booklet "The Truth
About Coca-Cola" which tells all about
this delicious beverage and why it is
so pure , wholesome and refreshing.
Are you ever hot-tIred-thirsty ?
Drink Coca-Cola is cooling , re
lieves fatigue and quenches the
thirst. At soda fountains and car-
bonated in bottles , - 5c everywhere.
His Soft Answer.
"And this is the sort of excuse you
put up for coming home two hours
late for dinner and in such a condi-
tion-that you and that ( Disreputable
Augustus Jones were out hunting
mushrooms , you wretch ? And where ,
pray , are the mushrooms ? "
"Eere zay are , m' dear , in m' ves'
pocket ; and w'ile zay ain' so many of
'em , m' dear , we had lots of fun-
Gus an' I-huntin' 'em. "
On a Stygian Ferryboat.
Charon was ferrying a passenger
across the Styx. ;
"Fine scenery for my toothpowder
ad , " cried the shade.
Thus we see the ruling passion sur- .
For Red , itching Eyelids , Cyste , Styes
Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes That
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His Busy Season.
"How's business ? " .
"Brisk , " answered the druggist. "I've
bought tickets for two picnics and four
excursions this morning , and donated
goods for several indoor affairs. "
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.
Forchildren teething , softens the gums , reduces In- .
tlammationallays pain , cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. I
Many a girl who refuses to stay .
single also refuses to stay married. ,
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Why She Brought It Up.
"Do you remember , " she asked ,
"that you said once that unless I
promised to be yours the sun would
cease to shine ? "
"I don't remember it now , but I
suppose I may have said something
of the kind. "
"And have you forgotten that you
assured me that unless I permitted
you to claim me as your own the moon
would fall from her place in the
heavens ? "
"Oh , well , what if I did say so ?
Why do you want to bring that up
now ? " .
"I merely wished to assure you that
I'm sorry I didn't shut my : eyes and .
let her fall. "
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"He's so uncouth.
"What's the matter ? "
"He actually eats the lettuce leaf
the salad rests on. "
"There's a big difference in men. "
"I judge so , by studying the vari- I I
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O h' That Gas Awful.
Did you hear it ? How embar
rassing. Thesestomach noisesmake
you wish you could sink through
the floor. You imagine everyone
hears them. Keep a box of CAS-
CARETS in your purse or pocket
and take a part of one after eating.
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, The Tenderfoot Farmer
It was one of these experimental farmzrs , who put greea
t spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory-
Was that it d'dfn't matter what the cow ate so long as she-
was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had !
not entered into his calculations.
It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try such
an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds Ate-
self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shav-
ings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach.
grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired
and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness , '
To strengthen the stomach , restore the activity of the or
& ans ot digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves
use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It Is an an
failing remedy , and has the confidence of physicians as
well as the praise of thousands healed by its use.
In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance niedl--
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as from opium , cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed oa
its outsi4e wrapper.
Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for
stomach , liver and blood "just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery. "
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