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REPORTED HARD FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Its hard enough to keep house if in perfect health, but a woman who is weak, tired and suffering all of the time with an aching back has a heavy burden to carry. Any woman in this condition has good cause to suspect kidney trouble, especially if the kidney action seems disordered at all. Doans Kidney Pills have cured thousands of women suffering in this way It is the special kidney remedy. A North Dakota Caaa Mrs.C J. Tyler, Camlo.N Dak , aavs. My feet and limbs were swollen and I could not sleep on account of the ktdne y weakness. My back waslame and sore and I felt miserable. Get Doans at I)oan s Kidney Pills freed me of the trouble and when 1 have bad occasion to use them stnee they have never failed me any Drug Store, 50c. a Box Doans POPULAR SYMBOL OF VALUE Young Man Evidently Was Lacking in His Appreciation of the Countrys Statesmen. There is plenty of food for cynical thoughts in the national capital, as is shown by the following incident which happened on a Washington street car: A worldly young man, prone to icise, was gazing at the advertisements which decorate the interior of the car. One advertised a new kind of collar for men. The dome of the capitol was represented encircled by one of the collars, and on the senate and house wings of the building were placards giving prices and sizes. The placard on the senate, end of the capitol read, Quarter size, and that on the other end said, "Two for a quarter. The worldly cynical young man turned to his companion. That, he remarked, just about expresses my opinion of some of these here congressmen. Judge. Mothers Lingual Attainment. The mother of a little boy in Kansas City, Kan., recites negro dialect stories charmingly. Her small son is quite proud of her accomplishment and frequently boasts of it. One day refcently, when some of his playmates were vaunting the achievements of their several mothers, the little boy braggingly remarked: "My mother is smarter than any of yours; she can talk two languages. demanded his What are they? companions. White and colored." i . '' Matter of Justice. Where shall Justice begin, w 1th those who have power or with those who suffer wrong? If exact and ideal Justice were done, the weak would make an effort to give to the strong all that is their due, and the strong would try Iq pnl their affairsrta prder so that no Just cause of complaint should exist anywhere. The unhappy element in the relations of the strong and the weak is that both are thinking too much about exacting justice and not enough about doing that which is just and right. Pay what thou owest" is the cry most often Give me that which is my heard. due, then I will pay you what I owe. -- Camel Humg and Giraffe Sway at the Capital name, deters the legs In their desire for freedom. The right leg pas to Its colleague, May I pass?" Not to be outdone in politeness, the left leg answers, Why, my dear, of course; but I warn you that you will not be able to go far. Your career neoes " sarily will be somewhat limited Cat! exclaims the right leg, and In a furtive sort fares forth confidently, only to cornd WASHINGTON. have taken note up against that hobb.e like a colt at of the camel hump walk. Its here the end of its tether. It came to Pennsylvania avenue rathMeanwhile, the shoulders and spine, er gradually, but by much quicker having the utmost confidence in the process than that by which the abor- right leg to do its full duty and makiginal man stopped walking on all ing no allowance for the confounded fours; for it traces its ancestry back hobble, forge ahead just as they used to the hobble skirt and no farther to in the da.vs before the tube skirt Just as we used to have the "kan- was ever dreamed of garoo walk. we now have the camel-humNow, it is that very tendency of the walk. upper portion of the tot so to, continue The camel-humwalk is nature's the old movements of a natural gait way of adapting itself to the sheath that produces that peculiar phenoskirt. It is natures law and probably menon the camel-hump- . the very best nature could do under There is also the "giraffe sway, the circumstances. which is a variation of the camel It will be seen by careful attention hump employed by slender girls only to the pictures that the genuine camThe complement of these two ae el hump is nothing more nor less than tions is the wideawake sit The an attempt on the part of the hobbled name originates with the tendency of female to get away from what is the ankles and feet to come right out Star The coming behind her, a direct applica- and greet you in broad daylight tion of the theory that self preserva- tees no longer peep front out of the CHILD'S FACE ALL RED SPOTS tion Is one of the primal instincts of folds of a tailored gown; there are no humanity. The peculiar effect 13 due folds C32 N. 5tli St., Terre Haute, Ind. to the tendency of the upper portion Needless to say the wideawake is My little nephew, a boy of four of the torso to advance a little faster particularly popular with occupants years, had a breaking out on Lis face than the hobbled extremities. of the opposite seat in the car and It was little red spots at first, then The hobble skirt, being true to Its with the manufacturers of silk hose he would rub and scratch and water Jalihters would form, and wherever the water would run another would come until his face was covered with them Famous Stockbridge Indians Are to Go He would cry and fret. His mother to abandon their tribal got some medicine, but it did not do DECIDING any good. He would scream and cry government and adopt the and say it hurt. We hardly knew him, white mans way of doing things, the his litle face was all led spots and remnant of the Stockbridge tribe of blisteis. So I begged him to let me Indians, numbering COO men, women and children, will shortly become put some Cutlcura Ointment on them The next morning I made a strong citizens of Wisconsin and cease to be under the supervision and guardiansoap suds with Cotkura Scap and washed his face in the warm suds. ship of fhe federal government The little blisters burst by pressing The Stockbridge Indians wdll have a whole township to themselves, east broke out In 1754, marked the begin- the cloth on them. After I had his of Lake Winnebago, anJ other land ning of the decline of the Stock-bridge- face washed, I put the Cuticura OintThey sided with the French ment on and in & Ehort time his little that the government intends giving them. Already they are planning the and thus aroused the ire of many oth- face W'as all red and y. I kept using organization of a town government, er Indian tribes. At the close of the the Cuticura Soap and putting on the and they have written to various fed- war they were forced to move, partly Cuticura Ointment and fits face got as eral and state officials about the state because the war bad reduced their well and it did not leave a scar. He for information respecting civil gov- numbers and partly because the New vjas entirely cured in about one week ernment, parliamentary practice and Englanders desired they should leave and a half. (Signed) Mrs. Arthur whatever else may be useful to them that community. Haworth, Jan. 10, 1912. In solving the problems before them. Their number reduced to a beggarly Cuticura Soap find Ointment sold Originally the Stockbridge Indians band of 200 and their villages pillaged throughout the world. Sample of each . were a part of the Mohican confeder- and burned by tlieir enemies. It was free, with Skin Book. Address acy and were known under the name with joy that they accepted the invi- post-car- d Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." of Housatonlc. 'When the pilgrim tation in 1785 to join the Oneldaa In fathers landed afe Plymouth Rock, the Oneida and Madison counties. New job Not Satisfactory. said the Im a man, Stockbridges occupied part of the York. Housatonlc valley at Berkshire Hills, The Interior Department has given proud individual. Mass. Soon after the famous mis- its approval of the plan, and the Well, you are all right except as to sionary, Sergeant, went to work among Stockbridges are planning to lay aside your head, commented the listener. them they were collected on a tract soon the blanket, tepee and other Hows that? reserved by the English government. The part you talk with is too big marks of the only real American," The French and Indian war, which and take up the white mans duties. for the part you think Aith p West d-- 32-p- self-mad- Good Is often said of - - - Toasties i Ideals. Uncle Sam Opens Another (fioIPARk VAII i MikFi ; house- keepers who want to please the whole family. Post Toasties are ready to serve direct from the package Convenient Economical Delicious The Memory Lingers Sold by Grocers. PttMCVre1 Ball I Company, Limited, Cxnek, Mich, setting square guiles in northwestern Monon this tana of the wildest 5 continent to be kept as a national park and playground and game preserve. The park has now Just been opened for the season, and It will remain open for visitor, until October 15. For eight months of the year it as snow Is practically inaccessible, blocks the mountain passes. There are as yet but few roads, and tourists have to do most of their traveling on horseback over rude trails. Glacier National park is so named from the fact that within its borders there, are upwards of sixty livingglaciers. These glaciers feed numer- ou streams which go plunging through gorges of the wildest grandeur. There are nearly 300 lakes, the largest of which Is Lake McDonald, covering over ten square miles and being over 3,000 feet above sea level. Mount Cleveland is the highest mountain 10,435 feet but there are scores of other peaks of huge size, many of which are very grotesque in shape. One of the most curious is a great cliff which has been dubbed Heavens Fold. Here the strata of rock formation have been doubled and crushed in a very striking way, and the height from the valley is over 200 feet White goats are numerous in the region. They have worn trails around cliffs which rise vertically from the valleys, and they tread these precarious paths with apparently no Idea of fear. Travelers whp like to try their mountain-climbinabilities will have plenty of work before thenr here. It will take years to explore the whole region, and every party that goes through reports Interesting new dis coveries band? it your Idea of a perfect hus- One with about a million, who would lose no time In making me a merry widow. A woman cant feed a man so much taffy that it will spoil ills appetite for it. Its easier to catch a husband than to Chinatown of appearance the new paper money of the Chinese republic. Chop suey restaurapteurs, dealers in celestial tea's and spices and brle-a-bra- e mid thevenders His Reason. He Dearest During the first dance have with you be sure and say sorno-thin- g 1 to me. SLi Why? Because vou re so light, if you don't speak I will not know I havo Princeton Tiger you in mv arms lit When a couple is engaged they look The Fisherman Doggone it. Ive sit at each others virtues with nugnl-hei- e glasses, which are thrown aaido for an hour and aint even got on tlieir wedding day bito yet. Your ilisiretion might look Uk Carrying It Too Far. "Scientific management, like any cowardice in another. other good thing, may be carried to excess. Marriott The speaker was It Thompson, the San Fiancisco scientific management expert. He continued, savs the New York Tribune: We scientific managers mustnt go as far as Hussler went. Hussler was tho proprietor of a tremendous factory where scientific Tells How She Keeps Hey the momanagement had reduced Health Happiness For tions of every hand from 800 to 17. Hussler attended a very fashionable Those Who Take ' wedding one day, a wedding where Her Advice. the ceremony was pei formed by a bishop, assisted by a dean and a canon, and in the most impressive I want to tell you Scottville, Mich. part of the writ Hussler. overcome by how much good Lydia E. pinkhams Veg his scientific management Ideas, rushetabieCompound and ed up to the altar and pushed the Sanative Wash have bishop and canon rudely back done me. 1 live on a. , Here, boys, he said, ones quite farm andhave worked enough for a little job like this very hard. I am forty-fiv- e years old, The Other Way Round. and am the mother A good little story, long current In of thirteen children. England, 'Is just now gaining AmerMany people think ican circulation. 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It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. jkekrtte Jatflf forCtmsIY-Uo- n Stomaih.Dlarita Worms jTouvutsions .reweruk ness and Lo ss of Sleep. GENUINE CASTORIA ' ALWAYS Eear3 the Signature of Facsimile SjnaRw oT $50 am) $100 Chinn, of all nations, was the first to use paper money. As early as the second century paper money was used by the Chinese, but In the fifteenth century the Chinese minister of fl nance abolished It, and not until tha latter part of the nineteenth century wu it resumed. cinematograph Children Cry fer Fletcher. a who line lower Pennsylvania avenue are all on the qul vive of anticipation. Bankers, partieulaily those who and have accounts with C'hitiamert with Americans now traveling or living In China, are also interested In the new money, which Is now being manufactured In New York and which la exported to make an appearance shortly In Chinese circles in th's country. Local Chinamen say that a gieat compliment has been paid to the United States by the celestial republic in that the standard of value of the new money Is the American dollar. One aide of the rotes will be printed In Chinese, the other In English. It will be extremely easy to exchange American money for Chinese and vice versa. The money Is the first Issue of payer by the new Chinese republic, and the goes it finds an instant and sustained welcome. fair uncatch him. tuiJ Ute S tomaihs WASHINGTONS j Thats the cue for congress passed THREE years agoaside a tract of National Playground What, Chinese Are Happy Over the New Issue of Bills when eaten with cream or rich milk and a sprinkle of sugar if desired e whnevtr tell, merry-go-wabbl- l i Having nothing else to do," remarked the old codger, I attended a function while I was over at the other day. The affair wa9 held in a dispirited grove at the end of a road in which every time a horse popped dow q his foot the dust shot up in the air like a skj rocket. A band was playing without the slightest remorse. A statesman, with a neck as wrinkled as a pickle, droned forth redundant nonenities withe out end A sad and rickety wound round and round to the sound of its own plaintive In a tipgf pavilion a hoarse person was endeavoring to sell, in birizen defiance of the pure food and ding act. what looked alarmingly like horned toads fried in axle grease A gentleman in a striped tent near by hoarsely stated that he preferred to eit snakes at ten cents per ser- pent. There was the usual balloon which seemed perfectly willing to do anything but go up. Scattered around through the festal scene were a few old soldiers, grumbling; a smattering of farmers, also grumbling, sundry honest voters, likewise grumbling; and various other folks, nothing about whom is worth mentioning except that they, too, were grumbling It may have been a reunion, a fair, a but whatrally, a picnic, or what-not- ; ever they chanced to call it, twas an excellent example of one of our most cherts'll d institutions Kansas City Tor-pidvill- e Instinctive. Thats Moving Pictures Popular. In a recent number of the Daily Consular Reports are collected memoranda from cities and towns in various distant parts of the word showing the universal quality of the popular InteresT'Whioh the moving pictures excite England. Japan, Turkey, Mex- ico. India. Australia and the islands of the sd all have the same story to SMALL WONDER. GROUCH Here the Original Hiram J. Telia of His Attendance at a Country Function." The Christian Register. So you took,your w'ife to the baseball game? 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