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- 7 PLEAS -t r ANT GROVE NEVS BACK AC HE! Suffered Over Nine Months, Nothing Relieved Me Until I Took PE-RU-NA. 4M r 5s' JOSEPH vV-f;$ UCEUE, Mrs. Joseph Lacelle, 121 Bronson St., Ottawa, East, Ontario, Canada, writes: "I suffered with backache and head-acbe head-acbe for over nine months and nothing relieved me urftil I took Per an a. This medicine is by far better than any other medie'ine for these trouble. A few hot ties relieved me of my miserable, balf- dwad, hali-allva condition, Up to Papa. " "John, I think you would better give Edgar a good whipping." "What has be been doing?" "He won't study bia lessons or do any chores about the house." "What reason does he give?" ,"No reason that amounts to anything. any-thing. I tell bim that I want him to study and' work In order that ha may become a great and successful man, and be Just says be would rather be lis you." . ... - r A Real Story. "Mike Is a lobster!" announced Pat, bringing his fist down on the table. "Now, Pat," we expostulated, "why call bim such a name as that?" 1 mane exactly pbwat I say. He's aayther more n'r less th'n a lobster. He starrta out green, all rolgbt, but the' mlnit he gits Into hot wather, he turns red!" How's This? W aSW Cm rtvntn Dollars Kwai kr aa aaa. at catan Urn mm be wnl kr tuns OMM?a cm r. I. CHEVKT CO. TohxJa O. Wa, tha nOiiaWuail. haa knows r. t. Vuf tm Urn last l rM d krllav hua pottrtly fcaa-nlH fcaa-nlH m mU biaawaa UsnaartMs and BnanHallr Mi M tarry mtl may abllrsuoat mada br ha arm. Walmjm). Kii Mann. hoMMM DnaM Totada. O. flmirt Catarr Cm m takra teumallr. am Smeua- mm biooS ant aiucoaa surtawa at to III ii TMttavalaia ami Ink Tca II MM pat kouia. Una) tT ail tnacrina. laM Usui lamily f lua k eenaUnsttoa, Getting Old. - "Was your wife pleased with that birthday gut you took noma last olghtr "Dee-lighted! She said that I didn't teem to have a thing to do but to sit around and remember ber birthdays." Important to Mother.. Examine carefully every bottle o! CASTORIA. a safe and sura remedy for plants and children. and tea that It Bears tba P-Signature P-Signature ot Cjtffi&cAY. Ia Use For Over ifcJ Years. Tba Kind Too Have Always Bought. Country people make their own Jam. but people In the city get theirs la Ua street cars. riroi-K!r to com a. i Pa.aa.rtaia. ftWfwl aaSaxat 1MW NvfW a m awrwd. I a a,.ja4 lot ml.mlMrol.mytt.nm,mm4m Many a man has' to be scared lata being good. 3 W. L. DOUGLAS 53.00,53.50,54.00 A S3.00 IZZ SHOES T. L iXMijrlas shorn are noru- & m a. linorrmrniiii - y any other make, I -- - L -'. tlLO AU SCt w. i . Dwtu aioe ! W .1.1 4 Ua ihin a j 11 r in, i ta L tr i ataM p a T Sa a w ffc. t SW 0 -a si a H-sy H-sy w j fa wM 5- in-- j. ar i ffa far s--f ft a aW iWiMJ al Inask aVaj- aK JMam DYOLA DYES SbV. ai- Mkn Mr a aj w m SBv wwan - OIE DTE PCS ILL GOCCS r-- f o.- ..a. kf n.a af wrav 1 iwai DYOLA DYES fAfia.a) S MAlif BALSAM -W- aa w- a ii a rB-- w i 1 c --- gOINTERESTjpl! ', I j-rt . aM.jH Uaxat. ja .. PACIFIC COS ST TIIUtT COMIT C7 a ra COL ROOSEVELT SPEAHJ PARIS Addresses Distinguished Audience at Ancient University. "CITIZENSHIP" HIS SUBJECT Tells Students and Professors of Duty of France as Nation and Them-selves Them-selves as Individuals to the Worlds-Reads Worlds-Reads Them Lecture on Sterility. Paris. April 21 Ex-President Roosevelt Roose-velt today lectured before an audience at the Sorbonne, that comprised the greatest gathering of the intellect and learning of Prance that has gathered at this ancient educational seat In more than a century, if ever before. Long before the time announced for the beginning of Colonel Roosevelt's lecture every seat In the great auditorium audi-torium was filled, and thousands lined the walks and streets about, the university. uni-versity. Colonel Roosevelt" said: Foundations of Our Republic This was the most famous university univer-sity of mediaeval Europe at a time when no one dreamed that there was a new world to discover.. Its services to the cause of human knowledge already al-ready stretched far back in to tba remote past at the time when my forefathers, fore-fathers, three centuries ago, wera among tba sparse bands of-traders, plowmen, wood choppers, and fisher-folk fisher-folk who, In a hard struggle with the Iron unfriendliness of the ' Indian-haunted Indian-haunted land, were laying the foundations founda-tions of what has now become tba giant republic of the west To conquer con-quer a continent, to tame the shaggy roughness of wild nature means grim warfare; and the generations engaged In It cannot keep, still less add to, tba stores of garnered wisdom wblcn were therein, and which are still In the bands of their brethren who dwell In the old land. To conquer the wilderness means to wrest victory from tba same hostile forces " with which mankind struggled In the Immemorial Im-memorial Infancy of our race. The primeval conditions must be met by primeval qualities which ara Incompatible Incom-patible with the retention of much that has been painfully acquired by humanity as through tba ages It has itrlven upward toward clvlllzstlon. In conditions so primitive there can be but a primitive culture. Building the Higher Life. As tba country grows, Its people, who lava woa success In so many lines, turn b'sck to try to recover the possesions pos-sesions of the mind and the spirit. ahJch perforce their fathers threw ulde In order better to wage tha first rough battles for the continent their children Inherit ' Tba leaders ot thought and of action grope their way forward to a new lire, realizing, sometimes some-times dimly, sometimes clear-sightedly, that the Ufa of material gain, whether for a nation or an Individual, ia of value only as a foundation, only is there Is added to It tba uplift that eomes from devotion to loftier Ideals. The new Ufa thus sought can In part be developed afresh from what Is round about In the new world; but It can be developed In full only by freely drawing upon tba treasure bouses of the old world, upon iba treasure stored In tba ancient abodes of wisdom and learning, such as this here I speak today. It Is a mistake for any nation merely to copy- another; but It Is an even greater mistake. It Is a proof of weakness weak-ness la any nation, not to be anxious to learn from another, and willing and ible to adapt that learning to the new national conditions and make It fruitful fruit-ful sod productive therein. It Is for as of the new world to sit at the feet 3f the Gamaliel of the old; thea If have the right a!u3 la ua. we can show that Lui, to his turn, can become a ttacher a well y a scholar. today. I shall raa to you on the tutject ot tcdl idaal cliUenihip, the jo autject ot vital importance to yoM. my barrs. and to me and my cojo-trytcen, cojo-trytcen, because jou and we are cat tens ot great dtrocraltc rrpubllc A JtmorraUc republic such as each of xira o effort to rea'tie la Its full wa govracneBt by. of. and for the pevle rvprrwota the moat gigantic A all pwatbie social ttrvrimeots. the ie fraught l;h irat-t puaaiUiiilee alike lor good and for nil Great Lesser ef France. Franc has ta.(M e.aay loes to i Jtter nattoca, sureiy one of the saoat - icLportast la the U-x ber whole bt lory teaihn, that a high artUtie and jatrtry drkpos'St la oSE;autk l a a;ats Ua4rrt;p la tret as 9 ''aircraft The tr :.Utt g! aatry c' s Fra it'iW for c.0 7 ra-'-rw a .-cTerbai. atJ t!r.B ; a. tiuf at ery .rt la Lrct "tr mui of laaiv I aaie trs' ike Fr.- icb' aa ;kir e- t!w ty art- lit at J aa d Wt;r. aid atrr taa tt ! afcie t ar;"recie tiat -tar j tek trct tit ti4 -o. Frah ' ttv La trt-l ta4 Fra for j i4 at J U.t.ra:Xm 11 klg lh e4 !rx ts a'r-a ssl Wttr Lu ls4 a riWly ::; .-rl4 ty tie tact !i-t tie ar wt tu!r()i ia sodra !S U tie ;sU Fiaeth e; t- k t. cf Riati s C'a a4 tie tii-( CarSsEr la Ike fce the Fras! ot wert ;rv at Bcaa. Heed ld vai Crcte. Let Um x ka. it tl ke sxx. etrte tm lit r4ra e ti)T T6r.tr 1 e ws reeW ft t.. 8tdecondofntejblngs There is need ot a sound body, and even more need of a sound mind. But above mind and above body stands character, the sum of those qualities twrbicb we m eanwhea "Weepeak of a man's force and courage, of his good faith and sense of honor. I believe In exercise of the body, always provided that we keep In mind that physical development Is a means and not an end. I believe, of aourse. In giving to all the people a good education. But the education must contain much besides be-sides book-learning In order to be really good. We must ever remember that no keenness, and subtleness of Intellect, no polish, no cleverness In any way make up of the lack of great , solid qualities self-restraint, self-mastery, common sense, the power ot Accepting Ac-cepting Individual responsibility and yet, of acting in "conjunction with others. Courage and resolution; these are the qualities which mark a masterful mas-terful people. Without them no people peo-ple can control ItsJf or save Itself from beltig controlled from the outside. out-side. I speak to a brilliant assemblage; I speak In a great university which represents the flower of the highest Intellectual development; 1 pay all homage to IntellecCand to elaborate and specialized training of the Intellect; Intel-lect; and yet 1 know I shall have the assent of all you present when I add that more important still are the commonplace, com-monplace, every-day Qualities and virtues. vir-tues. The Evils of WerllKy. In the next place Lee good man should ba both a strong and a brave man; that Is. ha should ba able to fight, ba should ba . abla to serve bis country as a soldier If the need arises. There ara well-meaning philosophers phil-osophers who declaim against the unrighteousness un-righteousness of wsr. They are right only tbey lay all theg emphasis upon tba unrighteousness. I yar Is a dreadful dread-ful things, and unjusl rar Is a crime against humanity. Ai It Is such a crime because It Is unjust, not because It Is wsr. .The choice must ever be In favor of righteousness, and this whether tba alternative be peace or whether tba alternative be war. The question must not ba merely, Is there to ba peace or warf The question must be. Is tba right to prevail? Are the great laws of righteousness ones mora to be fulfilled 7 And tba answer from a strong and virile,. people must ba. "Yes." whatever the cost. Every honorable effort should always ba made by the individual In private life to keep out of a brawl, to keep out of trouble; but no self-respecting Individual, Indi-vidual, no self-respecting nation, can or ought to submit to wrong. Finally, even mora nportant than ability to work, aven mora Important than ability to fight at need. Is It to remember that the chief of blessings for any nstlon Is that It shall lesve Its seed to Inherit the land. v It was tba crown of blsngs In Biblical timea, and Jt Js Jie cwa-4llgr sow. The'greatest of all curses Is tbe(cure of sterility, and the severest of sn condemnations should be thst visited upon willful sterility. Tba first essential es-sential In any civilization Is thst tha man and tha woman shall ba father and mother of healthy children, so that tha race shall Increase and not decrease If this Is not so. If through no fault of society there Is failure to Increase. It Is a great misfortune. If tha failure Is dua to . deliberate - and willful fault thea It Is sot merely a misfortune. It la ena ot those crimes Of esse and self lndulgenca, of shrinking shrink-ing from psla -and effort and risk, which In tha long run nature punishes mora heavily than any other. Idle Achievements. If e of tha great republics, if we, tha free people who claim to have emancipated ourselres from tba thraldom thral-dom of wrong and error, bring down on our beads the curse that comes upon the willfully barren, thea It will be an Idle waste of breath, to prattle of our achievements, to boast of all that we hate dooe. No refinement of life, no delicacy of una. no material prcgre. no sordid heating up of riches, Co acaauoua de4oesaet of art and Utersture. can In any wsy com-pentate com-pentate for the loss of tha great fundamental rtrtuea. and of the great fundamental virtues, the greatest Is the race's power to prpetuat the rice Hut If a man's eSrienry Is not f aid ed ard rrgilatexl by a moral senaa. then the more effcWo! be Is tha worta be Is. the more dangerous, to tha body poil'Ie Courage. tntr!!-t. ail the masterful mas-terful q ia!i:te. serve tut lo make a can i or evil If they srr ceed merely for that man's o a avaacemeat with tmtal l!4i?erese to he rights of c'h'fa It ttsks CI for the eoat-mut eoat-mut 'f If the romraunl'y wortblpo tb custitfe-a sad tre' their ft evaors as hrw rtf4 of whether wheth-er tb aualtt' ar ard rightly or wroccl I Basra eo d!rreec as to the fle a; la whkh this slcla-ter slcla-ter Tf i'T'-y l'Wa t mskes no AS? tiie aib a nu i lore aM alii ty lrey t4s"r ta the care cf ir ey ataker r pQl?;ija. !sr l-a4r It tt c IS It fee evil lie iror arvr ii W la. 'he j saor te ha-!4 I dr'4 sd COW l .tt4 tr a t :-rijrM as! farveelrg j To fi-if a sraa a.!y by awe- 1 H as ateret rt--g; sa4 if )' The per'est l'g hat - y f;4e et. tf ilf se t e wkked is-s tase tk v'ftH atas tr-t&;t. tr-t&;t. ir sWw tk!r HaU?iy to aw4eti f that ta the Ut svatytts fr rt rn tie eir- ; ate e efUwh' are f ty rt I aaJmrrs'fe e e ttf ll j aur'vee t,:t f re "Kry Te es ef Trwe Lety. Tfce "4 r?-tt wu E 0-j f k,al. tH a rre " te t to tt ! hs re e.t r"f wtkh k ft ft'.stu as his own. Probably the best tfgt ot true love of liberty In any country is the way in which minorities are treated In that country. - Not only should thera be complete liberty In TnaeTBrTeTigioBand opinion, but complete liberty for each man to lead hla life as he desires provided only that In so dolt he does not .wrong his neighbor. Persecution Is bad because be-cause It is1 -persecution, and without reference to whicl) side happens at tne moment to be the persecutor and bad In just the same way, and without any regard to the Individual who at a given time, substitutes loyalty to a class for loyalty to the nation, or sub-f sub-f If tites- HitrefTTof ' men because they happen to come In a certain social category, for Judgment awarded them according to their conduct Remem ber, always that the same measure of condemnation should ba extended to the arrogance which would look down upon or crush any man because he Is poor, and to the envy and . hatred which would destroy a man because be Is wealthy. Tha overbearing bru tality of tha man or wealth or power, and the envious and hateful malice di rected against ' wealth or power, ara really at root merely different manifestations mani-festations of tha same quality, merely the two sides of the same shield. - The man who. If born to wealth and nower. exntoits and ruins hia less fortunate brethren is at heart the same as tha greedy and violent demagogue dema-gogue who excites those who have not property to plunder those who have. Of one man in especial, ba- vond anvone else, tha citizens of a re public should .beware, and that Is of the man wno appeals to in em u support sup-port him on tha ground that be Is hostile to other citizens, of tha republic, repub-lic, that he will secure for those who elect him. In one shape or another, profit at the expense of other citizens of the republic It makes, no difference differ-ence whether -. he appeals - to class hatred or class Interest to religious or antl-rellglous prejudice, tha man who makes such an appeal should always al-ways be presumed to make It for the sake of furthering his own Interest The very thing that an Intelligent and self-respecting .member or a democratic community shonld not do Is to reward any public man because that public man says he win get tne nrlvate citizen something to which this private citizen Is not entitled, or will gratify some emotion or animosity ani-mosity which this private citizen ought not to possess. A Ranch Story. Let me illustrate this by one anecdote from my own experience: A number of years ago I was engaged In cattle-ranching on tha great plains of tbe western United States. There sre no fences. The cattla wandered frea, the ownership ot each being determined de-termined by the. brand: tha calves were branded with the brand of tba on i they followed If, oo tha roanfr up, an animal was psssed by, tha following fol-lowing year it would appear as an on-branded on-branded yearling and was thea called a maverick.. By tha custom of tha country these mavericks wera brand-ad brand-ad with the brand of the mXn oa whose rsnge they were found. One dsy I wss riding the range with a newly hired cowboy, and we came upon a maverick. - I said to bim: It Is sond-so'a brand." naming the man on whose range w happened to be.. He answered: .That's all right boss. I know my business." la another moment I said td him: "Hold. on. you are putting on my brand." ' To this ha answered: "Thsfs all right: I always put on the boss1 brand" 1 answered: "Oh, very welL Now you go straight bsck to the ranch sod g-4 what Is owing to you. I don't need yoo any longer." He Jumped op and aald: "Why, what's tbe matter I was putting ta your brand." And I answered; "Tea. my friend. and If yoa will steal for roe you win steal from me." Now the ssme principle which applies ap-plies la private life spplles slao In public life. If a public man tries t get your vcte by saying that be will do somethlcf wrocg In yout Interest, ran ran be sbaolulely certain that If ever It becomes worth bis while he wtU do something wmrg" tgainM your Interest France and te United States. Aad wow, my boat a word la part leg Tow aed I belorg te the or.ly to great republics amocx the great powers of the world Tbe sorted friendship bwwren France sad she l'Bttd Stale fea bea. the whoK a slsrere and dlaictere'd fr'eoifc!p A ealaratty to ycxi would b a 'rrnm to a llet It would be more thaa that la the eb:r turapM of the hleiory of bomauWy rmala aatloee ttsed Oct as prett a peeVtaf power or charm, aojt e t't ot haty oe W.m ft i'-fk. which a of a tkrta stroat ih immortal ssakre tba rstk forever with Ike Iraiers of pfaskSaL Frawc re ef tbe ntve Fr r to slab tm 4 Si S tcs io all the world Tkre are fees' c4 be-.r.:aae sad of gerv5a galastry that she (t Mri tsefe tsao ay cf ir stater aat'oaa Whea tka Frefcch peaMatry tar of Ma-'brm-h M was to leu aw t aMJ ct ii warrior torn Vxk 8 rtl swari ti"ok iVe Uris te kad ws .V'earty sevea cet"es ao Friat. writteg wf a tittw f i irrr, jl4 l-t Ue rewlai 4 Fraavrw was sever eo rtrVkea U.j tlre were tot left m who wowli rast'ly &g torn. T Le had a grtai t- I Vtoieve that yww wta ie a tt: fstsrc Lccg stay yew rarry ivvw.'im aroot'y as clt.'avss d a t;iea wth bears a MJ !j f.-t ta tie taist um4 t"-Ti ;sf 4 sa h:s4 No Man is Stronger : Than His Stomach A strong man ia atrong all over. No man can be-strong be-strong who ia suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from iime other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which iin " pairs digestion and nutrition. , For when the stomach is weak or diseased there ia a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which ia the source of all physical strenath. When a man ?' doesn't fed just riiht," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable , feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond- cot, he. ia losing the nutrition needed to make strength. 7: SocA a man abooJd rso- Dr. Pierce? m Golden Hedlcat Discovery. It cores diseases ot too stomach and other or&ana ot digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, Intliorates tbo liver, strengthens tbe kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES UE3.LTU ZXO STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. , , Yon can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute tor this noa aloobolie medicine or known composition, not even though tha urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. LIMBUffGER AND THE LAW Odorous Compound Responsible for Some Trouble and a Little Alleged Al-leged "Wit" "Technically," said Judge Wells to William Rung In the municipal court "yo Md the right on your side. However, How-ever, you chose a form of cruel and unusual punishment that cannot be tolerated by this court I'll have to fine you one dollar." It appears from the evidence that Mr. Rung, who is a stereotyper, sat down to luncheon with Edward Snider, a fellow employee. The piece de resist ance of Rung's luncheon consisted of limburger cheese, and Snider, who regards re-gards himself as something of a wag. had made certain remarks about the cheese, reflecting particularly on its odor. - Thereupon. Mr. Rung smeared a piece of the cheese over the humorous humor-ous Snlder's countenance. ' "This," said Rung, as he stepped up to pay his fine, "la the kind of Justice that smells to heaven." "That will be about all from you." said the court bailiff; "cheese' It!" Chicago Record-Herald. Civilization and Missions. There Is a question that Is larger than government or trade, and that la the moral well-being of the vast millions mil-lions who hsve come under the protection protec-tion of modern governments. The representative rep-resentative of the Christian religion must have his place side by side with the man of government and trade, and for generations that representative must be supplied In the person of the foreign missionary from America and Europe. Civilization can only be permanent per-manent and continue a blessing to any people If, in addition to promoting their . material well being, it also stands for an orderly Individual liberty, liber-ty, for the growth ot Intelligence and for equal Justice In tbe administration of Jaw.. Christianity alrme- meets theee fundamental .requirements. The change of sentiment In favor of tbe foreign missionary In a single generation genera-tion has been remarkable; Took Them at Their Word. "Any article removed from the window," win-dow," was the notice prominently displayed dis-played at an outfitter's shop. Attrscted by It supercilious person entered tha shop and asked to ba allowed to Inspect a particularly vivid tie In the front row. Tbe salesman having disarranged dis-arranged the window and brought out the. desired object the supercilious person remarked: "Rather loud, lsnt ur -Well, somewhat striking." agreed the shopman. "I thought so." replied the visitor, as ba turned to leave the shop. "It offends my taste. Ton needn't put It back. Good day!" A Great Surprise. Papa Ruthle, I shouldn't be surprised sur-prised If God would send you "a little baby brother before long. What would yon think of thst? Ruthle Oh, papa! I think It would bo perfectly lovely. And say, papa, let's you and me keep It a surprise for mamma. Life. . Every man who owns a single share of stock la a $1,000,000 corporation thinks' ba could run It better than tha general manager does.' Day 'After Day T" f tasassstaa... "ssssas , HJr?? .H m ' ted j Pwptatar pR. lOc rasmilr Ua 15 C ai T p i, i'TT"" " m Thc iMemorv Lingers" Pwstara Cereal Co., LxL, Ilat'Je Creel. KkL.. U. S. A. K?lTl I? P A Package Pll tt of "PaxtW WIU Be Sent Free of Charge to Every Reader of this Paper. 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PATENT jmt lovaa. M-mi book Sil.uvtkKR. K.utll41'k. HwjnMaa.aa.lliitliaiWia.a. Cityman Say, Hayseed. youYo losing something! Hayseed Go on. man; yer cant fool yer Uncle Dudley. Single Blessedness. Emerson There's nothing like single sin-gle blessedness! Waters What? This sounds strange from a happily married man. ' Emerson 1 know. Cut I was very much afraid that tbe doctor was going to ssy "twins' last night The Circle. The Crushing Reply. She What are yoa thinking about? He Ob, nothing much. She (sweetly) That's egotistical Harvard lampoon. The World's Volcanoes, There ara 270 active volcanoes la the world, many of them being coo tarstlvely small. One will find Post Toasties a constant delight. Tie focl it cTp ani wlcifvrr.e aad so daictf acj tn j t;rc. t-it it p p-a!f t tit appetite all lie ti-r tr.o:r.i25, coos and B lt. Sre I;'is tare rr e- ltToasiiej tv cioiowt fcfOre4 l;t cf cet rJ tx 1 rvtt jtJ I t 4, A ' y IMS vissnjy HE WAS WISE.