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URGES HEEDS OF SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY Mn. Bednme wu Re stand to Health by Lydia LPinkhim,iVet bis Compound. Ma fSkssto what I have said as to the - mn 1 Fop aavm I was in tad for four or five days sta tinw month, and ao weak I could hardly walk. I had cramps, backaeha and haaderha, and waa ao nervone and waak that I dnadad to aoe anyone or hare anyone move in the room. The doe-to- re gave ma medi--, daa to aaae me at thoaa times, and laid that I ooght to have an operation. I would notUetea to that; and whan a Mend of my husband's told him about Lydia E. stable Compound and what it had done lor Ida wife; I waa willing to taka it. Now I look the picture of health and feel Ska it, too. I can do all my own houae work, work in the garden and entertain company end enjoy them, and can walk far aa any ordinary woman, any day In the week. I wiah I could talk to every niff ering woman and girl, and ten them what Lydia E. Pinkhama Vegetable lira. Compound haa dona for me offend seerj thing. my u Dkka Bethunk, akeeton, Va Remember, the remedy which fid thin waa Lydia E. Finkhama Vegetable Compound. It haa helped thonaanda of women who Sava been troubled with displacements. Inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and aervoai prostration, after all other mesas hare failed. Why dont yon try it? Immediate, need for a government of much wider powers than now exists there. If It can be said to have any government at all. DOMAIN Lower Colorado River. There Is transmitted herewith a letter from the Secretary of the Interior setting out the work done unImmediate Legislation Is Im- der Joint resolution approved June li. 1110, authorising tha expenditure of perative. Says the fl, 000,000, or so much thereof aa might ha necessary, to bo expanded by tha President for the purpoad of protecting lands and property la tha valley and elsewhere along ISIS HEW LAWS FOR HASH Imperial tho Colorado river In Arlsona. The money waa expanded and the protective works erected, but the disturbRalaa Governing Acquisition of Arid ances in Mexico ao delayed tha work, and tha floods In tho Colorado river er SamkArid Lands Should Be wore ao extensive that a part of the Modified Commlaalen on works have boon carried away, sad Coat of Living. tha need for further action and ax-- , of money exists. Washington, Fab. I. A special mes-mg- e pendlture Water-Powsr Sitae. on the work of the Interior deto ConIn communications previous partment and other matters waa road gress I have pointed out two methods to Ooagroaa today. sites oa Senate and Houae of Repre- by which the water-powe- r streams be , conmay sentatives: trolled aa between the state and tha Them is ao branch of the Federal national government It has seemed Jurisdiction which calls non impere-livel- wise that the contrA should he confor immediate legislation than In one government or tho that which concerns the public do- centrated Iff aa the active participant other of that main, and especially the part use by private enterIts supervising domain which Is In Alaska. prise. The progress under the reclamation The Secretary of the Interior haa act haa made clear the defects of Its another method by which suggested limitations, which should ho remedied. the water-powe- r site shall ha leased The rules governing the acquisition directly by the government to those of homesteads, of land that la not arid who exercise a public franchise unor semi-ariare not well adapted to der a rental for provisions the perfecting of title to land made tha water powerimposing to create a fund to arable by government reclamation be expend by the general governwork. ' ment for the Improvement of the I concur with the Secretary .of the stream and the benefit of the local Interior In hie recommendation that, community where the power site la, after entry la made upon land being and permitting the state to regulate reclaimed, actual occupation aa a the rates at which the converted homestead of the same be not re- power la sold. The letter method sugquired until two years after entry! gested by the Secretary la a more but that cultivation of the same shall direct method for Federal control, be required, and that the present pro- and In view of the probable union vision under which the land la to bo and systematic organisation and weldPfld for In ten annual Installments ing together of the power derived shall be ao modified aa to allow a pat- from water within a radius of S00 or ent issue for the land at the end of 400 miles, I think It better that the five years , cultivation and three power of control should remain In years occupation, with a reservation tha national government than that of a government lien for the amount It should be turned over to the states. of the unpaid purchase money. This Under such a system the Federal govleniency to the reclamation home- ernment would have such direct susteader will relieve him from occupa- pervision of tho whole matter, that tion at a time when the condition of any honest administration could easthe lahd makes it most burdensome ily provent the abuses which a monopand difficult, and at the end of flvo oly of absolute ownership In private years will furnish him with a title persona or oompaniea would , make npoa which ha eaa borrow money and possible. continue the improvement of hla holdFor some years past the high and ing. steadily Increasing coat V living haa been a matter of such grave public I also concqr In the recommendation iff the Secretary of the Interior concern that I deem it of great public that all of our public domain should interest that an international conferbo classified and that each class ence be proposed at this time for the purpoee of preparing plans, to he subshould bo disposed of or administered in the manner moat appropriate to mitted to the various governments, for. an International Inquiry Into tbe high that particular class. cost of living, Its extent, causes, efLeasing of Government Lands. Tha chief change, however, which fects, and possible remedies. I therefore recommend that, to enable the ought to ho made, and which I have .to .Invite foreign, govern already recommended In previous president such's to ments conference, to be held conand communications to messages s at or elsewhere, the Washington gress,' la that by which government to an not provide appropriation, coal land and phosphate and other mineral lands containing aWmetal-Ufenm- s exceed 120,000, to defray the expenses minerals, shall ha leased by of preparation and of participation by the government, with restrictions ss the United States. to also and time, resembling thoee Commission on Industrial Relations. which now obtain throughout the The extraordinary growth of induscountry between) the owners In foe try In tho past two decades and Its and tha ledsssa who work the mines, revolutionary changes have raised new and in leases Ilka those which have and vital questions as to the relations been moat successful la Australia, between employers and wage earners New Zealand, and Nova Scotia. The which have become matters of P reelshowing made by Investigations into ing public concern. Industrial relathe successful working of the leasing tions concern the public for a double system leaves no doubt as to Its wis- reason. We are directly Interested In dom and practical utility. Requirethe maintenance of peaceful and staments aa to the working of the mine ble industrial conditions for the sake during the term may bo so framed of our own comfort and aa to prevent any holding of largo but society Is equally Interested, In Us mining properties merely for speculaeffectively civic capacity, In seeing tion, while the royalties may be. made that our Snstltutions are effectively sufficiently low, not unduly to in- maintaining Justice and fair dealing crease the cost of the coal mined, and between any classes of citizens whose at tha aama time sufficient to furnish economic interests may seem to a reasonable Income for the use of clash. the public In the community where The magnllure and complexity o( the mining goes on. In Alaska, there modern Industrial disputes have put la no reason why a substantial Income upon some of our statutes and our should not- thus he. raised for such presen mechanism for adjusting such public works as may bo deemed inferences where we can be said to accessary or useful. " have any mechanism at all a strain .Would Build Trunk Lino Railroad. they were never intended to bear and I not in favor of government for which they are unsuited. What Is ip ownership where the aame certainty urgently needed to day Is a and efficiency iff service can be had Mlsbrandlng Imported Goods. by private enterprise, but I think the My attention has been called to the conditions presented In Alaska are of Injustice which Is done In this eountrr such a character aa to warrant the by tbe ssle of article In the trade government, for the purpose of en- "purporting tp be made In Ireland, couraging the development of that when they are not so made, and It Is vast and remarkable territory, to suggested that tbe Justice oi the enactbuild and own a trunk lino railroad, ment of a law which, so. far as tbe Jurwhich It can laaae on terms which isdiction of the federal government may be varied and changed to meet can go, would prevent u continuance the growing prosperity and develop- of this misrepresentation to tbe pubment of the territory. lic and fraud upon those who are enI. have already recommended to titled to use the statement lq tbe sale Congresthe establishment at a form of their goodfi. I think It to be greatof commission government for Alasly In the Interest 6f fair dealing, which ka.. Tha territory la too extended. Its ought always to be encouraged by law, needs are too varied, and Its distance for congress to enact a law making It (Tom Washington too remote to ena misdemeanor, punishable by fine or able Congress to keep up with its Imprisonment, to use the malls or to necessities In the matter of legisla- put into interstate commerce any artion of a local character. ticles of merchandise which bear upon The governor of Alaska in hla re- their faed e statement that they have port polpta out certain laws that been manufactured In some particular ought to be adopted, and emphasises country when the fact la otherwise. ' PUBUC To-th- - e d, con-pres- 80 yon had a light with Clarence. He claims he licked you. Cholly Oh! the boaetah! Ita twua ha wumpled my ewavat dwaadfully, but when it waa all orah hla collah waa fwlghtfully wilted. Old Grouch Felt Rather Fat. "Mamma, I had the nicest dream," aaM little Mary, age six, Juat after waking in the morning. "What waa lt?H mamma asked. "Why, I dreamt I wag a room lady," f the child explained. "That felt pretty good, didn't It?" the mother remarked. But I felt "Tea, waa the reply. rather fat Bigger Than Mobile. Ella Dont you think she haa a bile mouth? Stella More than that; ' aa the whole of Alabama. it mo- la-a- s Mg Pleasant Thought of an old friend Post Toasties , 4 with cream. , l Sweet, crisp bits of white Indian corn, located to an appetizing.' golden brown. . A delightful food for breakfast, lunch or supper 'always ready to serve instantly from the package.' , . "77 . jt Memory Linger For a pleasing variation sprinkle well-bein- - a .Like , some Grape-Nut- e 'over a saucer of Post Toasties, then add cream. Tha combined flavour ia thing to remember. Af Owl some- IMni Osmpeay, Beetle Cheek, Mlehlgaa - Delicate Criticism. A woman well known In New York k for her exquisite taste as well as knowledge of tha decorative and architectural history of tho world called n on tho wife of a si re who had recently built and furnished a Fifth avenue mansion at great cost "This, said tha hoctees proudly, as aha threw open a heavy door,' "la my Louis Qua torse room." The visitor, gased about her tor a moment and tha made answer: "What makes you think to?" multi-millio- 8svtd. . HOUSEWORK The Woman who "keeps bouse" has enough to do when she is in good, sound health, but if she is weak, tired all the time, and suffering from morn to night with sa aching back, home work becomes a heavy burden. Many women who were afflicted in this way ay that Doans Kidney Fills hays made life easier for them. Women are subject to kidney disease. The clothing they wear, the work they do, the worry and strain of bearing and rearing children, the lack of proper exercise; all tend to it. Backache, bearing-dow- n pains, headache, dizqr spells, faintness, fits at "blues," and other troubles often thought to be peculiar to tha sex, are found frequently in kidney disease. When any one of these ills appears, together with a discolored condition of the kidney secretions, with passages too frequent, scanty or burning, just nska np your mind that your kidneys an weak, and be quick to help them. , Doans Kidney Pills have helped a great many weak women through the trying times when kidney disease mesns ao much added misery. They do not disturb tho stomach or bowels and contain no poisong ous, dangerous nor drugs. Doans are harmless for children too. A HEAVY BURDEN IS When Kidney Troubles Keep "fleeted by Doans Kidney Pills. Grateful testimony ia the beet evidence. DRIVEN ALMOST CRAZY. You in Misery Day and Night A Terrible Tale of Kidney Suffering. Mra. H, W. Hessy. 1513 L St Bakersfield. Csl- - says: My kidney trouble begia m the fall of 1907. I used remedy after remedy prescribed by physicians but no relief came end I waa in despair. On ao- -' eount oi tha numbness end grating sensation I could not lie down comfortably and some nights I was not in bed half an hour. 1 became so nervous end restless I hardly knew what to do. Hot wavee came over me like s flash and I became so dizzy that I staggered. I had a feeling er if there was gravel in my bladder, the kidney acting too freely at times, while again they were very leant and accompanied by terrible pern. 1 cannot describe the suffering I endured for over two years. Finally I began using Doans Kidney Pill and .while I did not notice much relief for a week or so, I continued persistently and when I had taken eight boxes I was feeling fine. The numbness and smarting finally left, the kidney secretions became clear and natural and my health improved one hundred percent. Doans Kidney Pill cured me it a time when it seemed that I would go eragy and I never can express my gratitude." habit-formin- fast can't get off When Your Bad; b Lame RemembeT'the Name9 KIDNEY PILLS DOANS si SoM by . DsatoaLMci HER PLANS MADE. SO cosh, ForierHObcni Cow More ut me Buffib It.Y, LikeHlm. bout Mia John sing an her hushan' las week. Miss Lou, said Matilda, looking up from her Ironing. "Ah aeen Mia Johnslng on de street Us' night an she says day gone to boa'dln'. Her hus ban' ban out tf wo'k fo de lu' six monts an dey cayn' ford to keep houae no mo. Ah fink It mighty foolish 'cos dey'a toln dere fu'niture an' It coses dem fifty cents a mont to keep It In de ato' house, an ef dey don pay It ebe'y mont' de money keep an Into dere bank 'count, Jes' like a eatln cancer. Ah tol MU Johnslng dat, an Ah aay wy don' she put her hushan to wo'k. He right able body man. Hitch de reini to de mule, Ah aay, an don yo' wo'k yo finger nails to de quick fo dat niggah. But she aay he can' fin no wo'k he like, dough he out all day an somet'm's till 12 o'clock at night Harry Where do you propose to go Ah reckon he don like no next summer? wok he can fin, d&ts wots de mat-tah- . " Helen I Intend to propose to s man who la In s position to take me wherever I want to go. Brewers Rule. It wu common knowledge that at JMPLES COVERED HIS BACK twelve oclock noon the wealthy brew, er called In all the poor men In the ' who warmed themselves "My troubles began along in the neighborhood summer In the hottest weather and over store and factory gratings and took the form of email eruptions and made them small presents of food, or money. The brewery gratitching and s kind of smarting pain. clothing It took me mostly all over my back ings alone possessed no occupants. "We don't dare stand there on acand kept getting worse until finally count of the fumes, said one unfortumy back waa covered with,1 a maaa of nate who tad been requested to vapimples which would burn and Itch at cate He grating. frght ao that I could hardly stand it won't thq, trunkmakeij give to anybody who smells This condition kept getting worse and worse until my beck was n solid mass beery. of big sores which would break open On a Main Road. and run. My underclothing would bo Pottleton drew up at the aide of the a clot at blood. road and accosted a man sitting on I tried various remedies and salves of a load of hay. for nearly three yean and I was not top "I uy, colonel, said he, "are we on getting any benefit It seemed I wu the right road to Claypool Junction? In eternal misery and could not sleep Ya-said the farmer. bn my tack or lean on s chair. I wu the road, pretty good?" Hows finally given a set of the Cuticura aaked Pottleton. Remedies and inside of two weeks I "Weve Fine, said the farmer. could see and feel a great relief. I been 20 years wearin them ruts kept using Cuticura Soap, Ointment Harpers Weekly. and also the Resolvent, and In about through. three or four months' time my back nr to 11i FAZO fiueh rntm daysUIKT. will return! money wu nearly cured and I felt like a new VMrdniufui It KMT fans to rare any ease of Iiehlne, Blind, being. Now I am in good health and niesdiae or rnmdiaainisa la Su Ildars. Mss do sign of any akin dlseuea and I All women love a lover but most am fully satisfied that Cuticura Remedies are the beat ever made for akin married men feel sorry for him. diseases.. I would not be without them." . (Signed) W. A.' Armstrong, Mrs. Wtnalows Soothing Syrup for Children CorMn, Kan., May 26, 1911. Although teething, softens the guma, reduces Inflamma- Cuticura and Ointment are sold tion, allays pain, curia wind colic. Be a bottleYo Pipprlelo n' f a Soap by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with hook, will be mailed free on application to "Cuticura, Dept L, Boston. Both Wrong. A ludicrous story Is told of an Edinburg bailie, whose studies In natural history seems to have been limited. The following cue came before him one day: , A man who kept a ferret having to go into tbe country, left the cage with the ferret in charge of a neighbor till he should return. The neighbor incautiously opened the cage, door, and the ferret escaped. The owner waa very angry, and brought a claim gainst him for damages. The following wu the decision of the learned tallle: Nae doot. he aid to tbe neighbor; nae doot ye waa wrang to open the cage door; but, he added, turning to the owner, 'ye was wrang, too. What for did ye ao dip the brutes wings?. No Waves. A young mother who still considers Marcel waves as the moat fashionable hair waa at work way of dressing the it? the job. The precocious child waa crouching on its father's .lap, the baby fingers now and then sliding over the smooth and glossy pate which ia father's.' No waves for you, father," remarked the Little One. You're all "Dearest, she asked, taking advantage of the. fact that It was leap year, bueb. "will yon he mine?" After a Fashion. For a moment the young man feared Church Member Does your father that he was up against It Then, always practice what he preaches? struck by a happy thought, ha replied: Minister's Son Yeasum; before a "You will have to ask. mother." mirror. Cornell Widow. - It la very apt to make a young Reply In Kind. "If you had a leap year proposal widow Indignant If a man doesn't prefrom a pretty girl, what would 70s tend to use force the first time he attempts to klu her. dor "Id Jump at IL" In tbe matrimonial game there are lota of kisses and many scratches. 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