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Boston Sunday Post (Newspaper) - January 27, 1907, Boston, Massachusetts BOSTON SUNDAY BOST, JANUARY 27, 1907 85SON OF WEALTHIEST CAPE CODDER GOES TO THE U. S. SENATE Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Sought New Laurels in the West for an Already Famous Family Name T.nst    riut    In tho Wort, Ilio Htato UoKlvlHtiiro of OiOKon oonilrniocl tho oloctlon to tho Unit*«! Stnto.s Sonato of iiTiot'ior M;i8KaehiiK»'tts man who has K<'no West, ina.U; n fortuno thovo liiul risen to fonie. 'Pills iMXt United Ktiitos Sonator-eloot from (Ji'ogon is Jonotlian Boni’no, Jr.. ;i Kow Hodfoid boy. and the son of tho woalthlo-t t-'apo Uuddor that ever livocJ. I’ruin ono end of the Capo to the otln*r the name Ilf Jonathan Itourne, Sr., if ono to eonjurc« witii. In tlio town of itourno, a inilo from tho contro of tl’o villago of Hourne, stands H v.'oatlior lieHton, unkompt i.nmlionso, witli ruinod stables and broad llo’ds bordering. tho river liank aiijoining. Thl.s was tlio enunt.r.v homo of the now Senator's’ tóithor. and tho placo where the old miUlonniro was wont to rosort wtem ho folt Inclihttd to Ro.lonrn in the country.CALL HER PREniEST GIRL IN ENGLAND Caused a Stir in the Place Ilia arrival at tho little railroad station nf tiio then village of Monument, ■«’as always heralded by great bustle and activity on the p:irt Of village officials, and tho f.iinous eharaotor, Jonathan, Sr., as well :tB Joimthan, Jr., who fro(|uontly arrived with his father on those visits, has noYor been forgotten. 'I'l’.o sotting off nf the larger and bettor part of Sundwlcli- that ftortion along the slioro.s of Huzzani's lia.v to form a new town, wliich years ago oooasioned ono of tho memorable battles in tlie State I.egls-luturo, was broiiglit about by Jonathan, Sr. As soon as tho formation of tho new town WHS uasurod. tlio old mllllonalro, who knoYv tho worth of .n dollar to a T, and know, too. how well Cape Codders undorstood it, prompll.v gave tho meeting house ill the eontral villago nf the new town a tie’l, which cost the old man a few hundred dollars, with the desired re.sult tliat the gratilled citizens immediately named tho town after their benefactor— Bourne. Widow Still Alive After Jonathan Bourne, Sr.’.«, death, .a few year.s ago. Ills widow, "w’ho lives in the beautiful Bourne man.slon, on Haw-liiorno street, lu New Bedford, further endowed tho Cape town with its present handsome $20,000 library. 'I'hreo (loeades ago the younger .Tonatlian set out into the world to win a for tune and a career as his energetic father liad done before him. In one of Bourne, Sr.'s. whaling vo.s-sel.s he shiiiped from New Bodfor,! as a comnion sailor before the mast, and was shipwrecked off the island of Formosa. Kventuall.v he made his way to Portland, where in 1S78 he permanently located, and where he was admitted to the bar In 1881. For five years ho stuck suocossfully to law. Fvontually tlie bigger interests of mining attracted him. Since then it has been said of him that he has made and lost a number of fortunes. He is, however, a millionaire today. At Jonathan, Sr.’s death $4,000.000 was left to l.e dlY'ided among his tliroe children. two dauglilers and the son. The son in the West has used his share to prosper his many financial intevesls. Went to Legislature Previous to his present election he was for a number of year.s in the State Ue.gls-laturo; in ’S8 and '92 was a delgate to the Republican national convention, and was also an alternate to the St. Uonis convention in ’00, when McKinley was nominated. He is a Harvard man of the class of ’77, but he left college before graduating to go to sea. As a boy he spent his early days in Now Bedford and at his father’s country fuim on tho Capo. » '''fé"    ,'"mô -    ,:¡yj    í    i; CHAMPAGNE WORKERS Some of Their Facet Resemble Those of Great Fighters BOOKLOVERS’ CONTEST $2000 IN CASH PRIZES THE LATEST PORTRAIT OF T.ADY MARJORIE MANNERS, CAT>LED THE "PRETTIEST GIRL IN ENGLAND”   ■   ' ‘ "" - ''    —- Do yon kuv.'W a pretty girl when yon SCO one? Suppose you were to form a oominittoo of ono and were to pass upon the idative merits of lioaut.v of tlie holies of the United Kingdom. Would you choose Lady Marjorie, tlie eldest daugliter f>f the Duke of Rnthuid, as the highest type of liouiily that Eng- | land has produced?    i Just now there is considerable discus- 1 sion going on in the ilrawing rooms of the nohilily because it was said that King Edwerd. in an unguardod moment, gave it as his opinion tiiat I^ady Mar-.lorie was the truest type of Biitish heauty—suoh a woman in fact as he was seldom able to meet. On the .strength of this many of I^ady Marjorie’s opponents said that slie went The Frenclimnn’s face was hacked and notched. "Havc yon been a duelist?" one asked. "No, no," tiro man rr plied. "I have been a champngno maker.’’ He touched ills face. "These horrible nicks," lie said, “are champagne scars. "Champagne sears.’’ he went on. "decorate tile visiigis of all tlie workers In the iinderKi'oiind champagne nillls of Rheims. They are caused 1»y tlie bursting of the bottles. About one bottle of champagne in every ten bnrsts, "There are miles and miles of <ham-pagne eaves in Rheims, eaves eut in the solid limestone roek, wheix\ in a eon-stant teniperatnre of 4.'» degrees, milllon.s of bottles of wliK' rtfini' and rijien. “The workers down theie smcH nothing but i-hampagne all day long, «•hanipngii'« escaping from hurst bottles. And as the turners move along llie rai'ks--each turns 8f),0iX) bottles dail.v—lhey am con-tinnally salut. d with explosions. Ijang! And the glass spllnter.s fiy, and a little fountain of champagne perfume.s tlie damp air. "Day after day each bottle must be turned, turned aO times altogethei. till tbe sediment in it has all mounted up and concentrated itself about the cork. Then the corkers remove the corks, let the sedlmejit-thlekcnf d win. in the neck of the bottle blow off, and .«kilfully replace the cork again. "The eorker.s’ and turners’ work is dangerous. These men Are nearly all scarred like me.’’ LITERARY BULLETS Thomas Jeffer.son and a publisher’s reader, according to tlie former’s press agent, met one day in New York. The talk turned to literature, and the reauer mentioned that a novel, after thirteen rejeetioiis. had been accepted liy him and gained fcr liis lionse nearly $100,000. "A mighty good book it Is, too," said tlie render. "Have you re.ad it?" • Yes." said Mr. Jefferson. "Well, what do you think of it?" "There is only one thing to l.e said in its f.ivor," Mr. Jefferson answered. "A friend of mine, during tlie Spnnish-Am-erican war, carried it in his breast pocket, and a ball rleoeheted against his ribs, but the book saved him. The ball was unable t<» get beyond the fourth chapter." No, 96 Picture Represents Foilowini Book ; Title oi Book. Author oi Booh. Contestant's Name Street and Number, City or Town and State. TIic nnsloii I*ont's Rooklovern* CnnfCMt I« Open to Everyboily F,*-oppt Pont FaiiployerM. Do not Mcn«l In liitllvlilnni Answers. Hold nil nnswem until the Close of the Contest. Then Arrange them Xeatlj in Nninericnl Onler and Send Postpaid to Hooklovers’ Contest fSditui-. 1*. U. Dux 627U. ilusión. Mass. llcnd vondltlens carefally. What Book Does the Picture Below Represent? No. 96 Women Who Wear WeU. It is astonishing how "reat a change h few years of married life often make in the appearance and disposition of many women. The freshness, the charm, the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a flower which is rudely handled. The matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo of the charming harmful, or habit-forming drug is to bt found in the list of its ingredients printed on each bottle-wrapper and attested under oath as complete and correct. In any condition of thcjemale system Dr. jneroe's^ Favorite Prescription carT cIq only good—ne^er härm. Its wTiole enect is to strengthen, invigorate and regulate the whole female system and maiden. Few young women appreciate! especially the pelvic organs. When .the shock of the system through the | ^ zibara«.*    ««.1    1    ^y diseiise, the stomach and other organs of digestion become syinpatheti- in the New Bedford public schools, following out the democratic ideas of his father, who, in spite of his millions, was a thorough-going man of the people, as ■W’ell as one of the most astute and farsighted bu.siness men of his day. Member of Wamsutta Club Because of its delicate, medicinal, emollient, sanative, antiseptic properties derived from Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, united with the purest of saponaceous ingredients and most refreshing ot tlower odours, has become the mother’s favourite for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin of infants and children, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet and bath. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and may be used from the hour of birth. Pott«r DruB A Cheni. Corp.. Solo Props., Boston, U. 8. A. oarPost-fipe. Cuticura Booklet to the photograph.cr and had this picture His preliminary education was obtaineu ! taken. Whether or not that is so only Lady Marjorie herself knows, hut anyway we hav'e tlie picture, and its fame has travelled abroad and through the English domain, where j)eople are comparing it everywhere 'U’ith their ideals and are weighing their opinions against that of the King. Lady Marjorie has many admirers who ardently second the King's Judgment, and slie has likewise many opponents wlio are either willing to display their own charms or are cdiampions of otVier fair women who. w’hilo they concede tliat i I.fidy Marjorie is good to look upon, think | on the other hand there are ."onie women who would press her very hard for t>ie Obesity Quickly and Safely Cured. No Charge to Try the New KREZSLIN TREATMENT. Ju8t Send Your Addre*** und a Snpply AVIil    Vnn FK BK-Uolt Tortlay. V’.Yt'people need no longer despair, for there is a home lemedy to be had that will quickly and safely reuuce their weight,and .in order to prove that it doe* take off superfluous flesh rapidly and without harm. The new Senator is still a member of that aristocratic old social organization of New Bedford, the Wamsutta Club. It is said of him that at d.I he much resemble» in many personal traits hi.s father, of whom many interesting hucm-dotes are still remembered, both at Bourne and in New Bedford. At the head of Merrill’s wharf, in the old whaling port, he formerly had his offlice, a little, undignified, mucli-tob<acco-stained plac:*, from w'hic’h he transacted his immense whaling busines.s. At noontime the old man would always walk home, where his favorite meal was a codfish dinner. After dinner, when the things were cleared away. It was not an unu.sual thing witli him to sit at the table with a companion and match pennies for a half-hour, taking a keen delight in the eliances of t’ne sport, as though he was in a deal which Involved a few hundred thousand. Friend of Governor Robinson Johathan, Sr.. while not greatly Inclined to politics, nevertheless felt strongly upon all the momentous questions of his day, and, owing to his personal friendship with Governor Robinson of this State, he was at one time a member of his Council. The new Senator is today president of the exclusive Arlington Club of Portland. In 1893 he was married to Miss Lillian E. Wyatt, the daughter of two of Oregon’s pioneers. Few men in southeastern New England have been more popular than was his father, who, in spite of his shrew’dness in a dicker or a business deal, was always regarded as the .soul of hospitality, fra ik-ness and good nature. change which comes w ith marriage and motherhood. Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weaknesses which too often come with marriage and motherhood, not understanding that this secret drain is robbing the cheek of its freshness and the form of its fairness. As surely as the general health suffers win;n there is derangement of the health of the delicate womanly organs, so surely ▼ hen these organs are established in cally deranged, the nerves are weakened, and a long list of bad,unpleasant symptoms follow. Too* much must not be expected of the " Favorite Prescription.” It will not perform miracles; will not cure tumors—no medicine will. It tvill often prevent them, if taken in time, and thus the operating table and the surgeon’s knife may be avoided. Doctor’s All Agree. The most eminent writers on Maierta Mcdica, whose works are consulted as authorities bv liealth the face and form at once w itness ' Pbypicians of all the different schooKs of practice, extol, ni the most positive terms, the curative virtues of each and YOU l?E NOT UP TO \ THE JOB. YOU ARE .. DISCHARGED TOMieHTV Do NOT send in any answers until close of contest. «rhti reproMonts the eilfect the Kremlin Treatmont has had In hundredKof cases. e trial treatmetJt will be sent, free of chaT6re,'to those who apply for it by simply sendine name and ad-dres-s.it is called thcKRkSSUN TREATMENT, ahd many people who have used it have been reduced as much as a pound a day, often forty pounds a month when larjre quantities of fat were to be taken off. No person is so fat but what it will havc the desired effect, and no matter where the excess fat Is located—stomach, bust, I'.ips, cliecks, neck—it will duickly vanish without exercisirj, dietingr, or in any Yvayinterfereing with your customary habits. Rheu-maiism, Asthma, Kidney and Heart Troubles leave as fat is reduced. It docs it in an AESOLUTELY HARMLE.SS way, for there is not an atom in the treatment that is not beneficial to all the organa. So send .n- ' and address to the Dr. Bromley Co., Dcpt.'CSlB, io8 Fulton St., New York City, and you will rec...a large trial treatment free, together with an illustrated book on the subject and letters of indorsement from those who have taken the treatment at home and reduced themselves to normal. All this will be sent without one cent to pay in any shapt or form. Let tliem hear from you promntiv PLEDGE TO HIGHWAYMAN Lord Stanhope’s <<Loan” Fountain of London Magnate’s Wealth to the fact in renewed comeliness. More than a million women have found health and happiness in the use of Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. It makes weak women strong and sick women well. Ingredients on label—contains no alcohol or harmful habit-forming drugs. It ia made wholly of those native, American, medicinal roots most highly recommended by leading medical authorities of all the several schools of practice for the cure of woman’s peculiar ailments. For nursing mothers, or for those broken-down in health by too frequetit bearing of children, also for the expectant mothers, to prepare the system for the coming of baby and make its advent easy and almost painless, there is no medicine quite so good as "Favorite Prescription.” It can do no harm in Before .she was through her first cam-1 any condition of the system. It is a rOc" „.via w.«    jioteut    invigorating    tonic    and strengthening nervine, nicely adapted to woman’s delicate system by a physician of large experience in the treatment of woman’s peculiar ailmeuts. Bad Symptoms. The woman who has periodical headaches, backache, sees imaginary dark spots or specks floating or dancing before her eyes, has gnawing di.stlnction of being the nation’s prize beauty and might, in the estimntion of a man’s jury, heat lier out for first honor.«!. But no matter W’hat one may .say about Lady Marjorie’s beauty, her intimates all acknowledge that she is the W’oman of society at her best. She is artistic in everything, and her graces and accomplishments are many. She is a good sculptor, an excellent portrait painte?’, like her motlier, and lias received an education sufficient to enter the halls of Parliament and to make the force of her opinions felt throughout the realm. "When .she came out in society, four years ago, she was yielded th.e palm by the pretty girls of her year, and from that time on her life has been a succession of triumphs in those little affairs tnat mean so much to a woman—a woman of the nobility in particular. palgn her hand was sought by some of the sons of the most inlluentinl men in the kingdom, but as yet she is heart whole and fancy free. KING STARTS PRESS BDREAU every ingredient entering into Dr. Pierce’s (iolden Medical Discovery. In fact it is the only medicine, put up for sale through druggists for the cure of all diseases of the mucous surfaces, &a nasal catarrh, throat, laryngeal, and bronchial affections attended by lingering, or hang-on-coughs that has any such professional endorsement—worth more than any amount of lay or non-professional testimonials. Do not expect too much from the use of Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. It Avill not work miracles. It will not cure consumption in its advanced stages. No medicine will. Nor is the " Discovery ” so good for a sudden attack of acute cough, but (or the lingerinf^. obstinate. r>nng-on-coiighBj accompanying catarrhal, throat, laryg Conditions of Booklovers^ Contest Oiip picture or otiier reyreseiUatlon of a book will be publlblied each day in lUo Daily Post and Sundav Post. Koi’ the Correct Solutloas or Nearest Correct Solutions of the series of Pictures. $2000* (Two Thousand Dollars) in Cold tvlll ho paid by tho Boston l*ost, us stated in the Schedule of Prizes. Aiiwwer.«« niiiHt not be «ent In nntfl llie cIokc of fhe conteMt, the date of wliich will !).• .Inlv announced. Thev shoul.l tlion, aini not before ihen, Ih; sent by mail iHjstpnid. t.) Book-lovers’ CoiiVest K.iitor. P. t).'B. x .1271;. Boston, Mass. Answers must be sent in sets, neatly ai lange.l lu numerieal order by the e.ejtestaiils. Coi'.t.'stant.s iiiHV s.ui.l in as many .seis of r.nsw.'rs they pleas.’, but each set must l>e seiii in a •■parute envelope or package, an.l will be eonsl.lcre.l .separately. Or contestants may iuclu.ie ill one set of answers a.s many answers t.) Individual pictures as they |dease; that is. they may >re answers to No. 1 or No. 2, e'c. : but all answers to No. 1 or ,\o. 2, etc.. It Lj not necessary to scud ni the picture»; nmn- ami oronchial affections, if ift a thos^ efflcacioua remedy in cases accompanied with wasting of fleeh, night-sweats, weak stomach and poor digestion with faulty assimilation, and which, if neglected or badly treated are apt to lead to consumption, the "Discovery” has proven wonderfully successful in effecting cures. The iormula is printed on every wrapper of " Golden Medical Discovery ^     ^______________   ^    attested as to correctness under oath, 1 distress or heavy full feeling in stomach” !    can’t    afford to accept any Cure for Rheumatism iponnd Mixture of Stlfliuffia, dtc. iying the Blood and Regulating the Liver and Kidneys Gnaiae, ReU'f from «"ain after first or second I Dose. Acts I by Purl- I The “Old Reliable” luteejial Heniedy for RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, GOUT and LUMBAGO NOTK—Thi« specKlc Kemedy has been advertised in Medical Journals and used lu private practice for 20 years. We have ample proof to . justify us In asserttnR that this preparation will relieve or cure 95 per cent of the cases indicated. Does noi Disturb ths S oma:h, Affords Quiet S.esp and Creates a Good AppstUe BOSTON. MAS.S.. DISTIIIBUTING DErOT. EASTERN DRUG CO., Wholesale Jruggists. 14 FultsnSt and for Sale by Retail Druggists («enerally (LTScnd for Free Descriptive Circular to Griffith Rheumatic Cure Cc.. Sole Maiuifactnrers. U7 Third Ave,. cor. nth St.. New York. N. Y. The fourth Earl Stanhope, when on his homeward way late one dark night, was held up by the most gentlemanly of highwaymen, who preferred his reque.st for money or the nobleman’s life in quite the nicest way. It happened that Lord Stanhope had not any money with him and was disinclined to yield the alternative. "Your watch, then," suggested the gentleman at the opposite end of the pistol. That watch, the earl explained, was dear to him. He valued it at BX) guineas and would not surrender It. "What I will do,” he said, "is to bring and deposit in thi.s tree the worth of the watch in money, and you can call and get it tomorrow night.” “Done, m’ lord," said the highwayman. The law knew nothing about this arrangement, and the earl did as lie had promised. He placed the 100 guineas where the highwayman might at hi.s leisure collect it. And there, so far as lie knew, the matter ended. Years afterward ho attended a great banquet in the city, and found himself pleasantly entertained by an extremely well-known man. whose signature was good for a sum in several figures. Next day came to Lord Stanhope a letter inclos-.irig the sum of tOO guinea.s. Accompanying it was a note begging hi.s acceptance of a loan granted some year previously to the man wlio now forwarded it. That loan, said the letter, had enabled the sender to gain a new start in life, to make a fortune and to renew acquaintance at dinner on tlie previous night with lii.s lordship. The city magnate and the highwayman of earlier days wore one and tlie same.—I.ondon Standard. The value of the press agent has iieen constantly growing, so that now the press agent is recognized as an established institution. The private secretaries of tho President, Gov’ernors of States, of Mayors ,    ,    .    -    - oi oi.les, are all proaa aBCUe. They are tho ¡‘”iy    ““y "go-betweens" of the executi"v:e offices and faint spells, dragging-down feeling in lower abdominal or pelvic region, easily startled or excited, irregular or painful periods, with or without pelvic catarrh, 18 suffering from weaknesses and derangements that should have early attention. Not all of above symptoms are the newspapers. The Standard Oil Com- time. Neglected or badly treated and such cases often run into maladies which de- pany employs experienced newspaper men    mand the surgeon’s knife    if    they    do not to exploit its liobbies, and to write and i    result fatally fn1    SSe;    a?.iped.c.'ne    «xt»n.U..a?.*uoh    .    Ion, *:iibsldlzing a great many publications, employs a small army of newspaper men to exploit ifs schemes. Every prominent financier has his personal press represen- iNO meaicine extant nas sucn a long and numerous recoirí of cures in sucn cases as Ur. Fierce Tavdriie Prescrip-TToni. No medicineTias ei^ch a strong pr^ssional indorsement of each of its tatlve to see that he Is kept prominently | several ingredients—worth more than before the public.    number    of    ordinary    non-profes- Roaiiz ng thf K«*"    "iP';'-    eional testimonials. Tlic'very best in- tance oi publicity. Mr. c. F. Knia. the gredients known to medical science for the cure of woman’s peculiar ailments anter into its composition. No alcohol. HRS. WiMSLOW’S SOGTHING SYRliP _____Million» of Mother» for thotf children while Teething for over Fifty \ ear». I It itoothes the child, soften» the frums, allaya * ) nil pain, cures wind colio, and » tho best <. remedy for diarrhtca. TWENTY-ITVE CRMTB A BOTTLE. IL SYMPATHIZED "Du you think they will ever save Niagara?" inquired the visitor of Mrs. Guldruck.s. "Oh. dear. T hope th'^y will." replied Mr.«. floldrocks, sympathoth'ally. "I al-wiiy.s thought he wa.« such a delightful poi son to meet I" HORRIBLE ’’Wl’.ut makes Mabel so downcast?" ".She’s just been looking at a tintype of liei’.seif taken ii) years ago and she’s afraid aha hasn’t elmnged." well-known financial agent, with offices in the Journal building, whose phenomenal succe.ss is directly attributable to the fact that he has constantly kept in the public eye, has just appointed Peter S. McNally, a newspaper man of experience, as ills press representative. Mr. McN.ally seems to combine all the qualities that are necessary to the i successful press •agent. For upwards of 25 years he has bccti connected with tlie Boston press, chiefly as a reporter. His experience has been of the broadest kind, and he knows Boston—its men and thing.s—pretty thoroughly, and tliere is probably no ono in Boston who enjoys a larger acquaintanceship. He has been in the public eye himself very prominently for a number of years, through his athletic exploits and life-saving. He has accomplished more In the swimming lino, probably, than anybody else in tbe world. As a life saver his record is unoxcelled. As a publicity promoter be lias been eminently successful, having done highly attractive work In tlie interest of the Foropaugli & Sells Brothers circn.s, tlie Barnum & Bailey circus, and in .‘onnection with many tlie-atrical productions. He was formerly press representative for George E. IjotTi-lop’s enterprises, and also the Glubo Theatre under tlie management of Y’eber & Fields. substitute of unknown composition foV this non-secret remedy no matter what selfish interests m’ay prompt the dealer to urge such upon you. In fact it is an insult to your intelligence for him to do so. You know what you want and it is his place to supply that "d ant. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are the original " Little Liver Pills ” first put up by old Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. Much imitated, but never equaled. They cleanse, invigorate and regulate stomach, liver and bowels, curing biliousness and constipation. Little sugar-coated granules—easy to take as candy. Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter free of charge. Address Dr. *R. V. Pierce, Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser (1000 pages) is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Addresa Dr. Pierce as above. tiond ill t ,v.) or more must lie kei»t tcietiier in uiukiu¡; uii tlie ¡sets, bend answers ; re sufficient. The answors ma.v lie fllle.l out in any lesibh* 'vay. by Iianuwriting by pen or pencil, by tyi:«-wi’iting. stanipinK. etc. Tlie autluu’ .»f tho l>ook must be nanied. In case of ties, prizes will he divided. Bnt it is t» l>e borne in mind that in rdmihar I’ost contests it has rarely happened tliat any eontestant has sent in an ahsolnlely correct list of answers, and there have been few prizes divided. Neatness in preparing answers is desirable, but this does not moan that there will l>e any advantage as to prize winning in preparing answers in a fancy or elaborate manner. Reasonable neatness, legibility and tbe arrangemcut of answers in numerical order is sulTicient.    ,    . Conlostauts mav seeure assistance from any source. Kveryliody is eligible .-xcept employees of the I‘o*t or llieir families. (inl.v one prize will lie awarded to any one contestant. The Booklovers' Contest Kditor res.'mes the right to make any changes in or additions to these conditions that he may dwin desirable. It is also a distinct condition that Ills decision on all Dolnts that may arise shall he tinnl. For eonvenienee of eontestants the Boston I’ost Bo.aklovers’ Contest thatalogne has berm published It eontain.s the tilles    and authors of all liie bnik* used in fhi.- conte.st.    About TOOn    book» are listed in it II mav lie oldalned at    the bnsinr'ss otTice of    tlie    Kest.ni I’ost or    will l»e    scut    postpaid ’»n reoeli't of (lie juice.    2.5 .-ent«.    It is not nee.'ssary    for    contestants to    n.se this    catalogue. Almost any up-to-date book    catalogue    slionl.l be sufflclent. THE PRIZES IN GOLD As rczvards for your clcrcrnvss. Xo vtcrchandisc or cheap premiums but the cash. First Prize.................................^lOOO    in    Gold Second Prize............................... 250    in    Gold Third Prize................................. 100    in    Gold Fourth Prize................................ 100    in    Gold Fifth Prize................................. Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Prizes, $50 each... Ninth, 10th, 11th and 12th Prizes, $25 each---- Ten Prizes, $10 each........................ 100    in    Gold Twenty Prizes, $5 each...................... 100    in    Gold Forty-two Prizes, totalling..... 100 in Gold 150 in Gold 100 in Gold $2000 Answers to Correspondents THE PURCHASING AGENT "DiHl," H.sked Bobliy, "wliat is l.iulugy?’’ "Go ji.sk your inotlHM'." replied Dad, curtly, ’’,‘^he spoiius tlic most ni(.uio;.'.’’— lIari>et’H Weekly. FOR FIFTY YEARS THE HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Uado from Purely Vegetable Ingredient» Superior In every resnect to tho ordinaiy pcwdcronnd tnbctancescf the commonly selvortiscd Fills. RADWAT A CO.-Forlhe past two yean» I vn# puflerintr from ner-TO«» dyspcpKla and constipation. Alter e;Uin;f I would navo a srnwition of heaviness in iho ptumacli. feel HI OTomitlng, pain and dl.^ziness tn tho head, and thrnlwouJa l.c. ome nervous. I trh-d every thing tl’.Rt waruccomnicntied to nio. I w.-m alinoit indcq)rdr. At Inat e, friend pcrsun’cd ino to try rtüs.’’ whieh 1 did. And I am »rl.Td to flay that they not only rch. r.-d mo. l;«t pos.ilvrly cured inc. Even after t.akin;; T 4 ;i onlv alow d-ya arerrul.irlty of tho liowcis was e^tabl-shed. and tho dyspoptle symptoms dlsnppi'ared. Now I I'cel l.bo a new perjon.    B.    B.    'TUEXLER,    Alientown.    I'a. fío sure to get RADWAY'3 PILLS and npe that the name RAOWA Y is on ivhcit you buy RAD WAY &. CO. nAOWAY SQUARE    NEW YORK CITY In response to very many re.juests. the BooU lovers’ Contest I’klitor wltl I)roadcn somewhat hts ruling as to the preiiarution of coûtions. The es-senfinl points are that ttie number of llie cointon m s no^be rb«.ige.t. that there shall be but one H swer niton each conpon, tlint th.« coupon shall be préparai with reasonable neatness and legi-lillitv If contestants have cllpiie.l off iiart of ho reading inatlcr or the frjunework of the cou-H will not render the coupon nuacceptable or i'njure the standing of the contestant. aUhouKli. nl 1 matter of convenience, the Contest Kditor prcfei’" tliat tlic full coupon be sent im Coutes-iniiv also paste answers upon the ooui>on, pvinkled t ir neatly done, l>ru«f. the Contest S'Vmor does not propose    to be llnlcal    or nnreason- aÆff    «natter.    The main    thing    is to S d in proiterly nnmbered. legible coupons wltb correct miswcrs-onc io tvtch couiKtn. Tcouomv. an.l many othcrs-ln response to nn-l.conou .    enable contestants to merous    requestto^^ai^^i    reeRired huslne«s office of the Boat, as well as Ifi, tliV mall. After the publication of the through the    ^ a liberal tinie--at least two last book 1    ^jio^ved for contestants to com- • sms of answers. Tliis will accom-‘    . 1-dant contestants and enable all to nio.lite ■ j    answers    with ..-are.    The    exact l.iepar»; tbt    which no answer,s will he ‘‘r    w U    he 'inly    pnblishe.l.    Cntil    after h'.o no «ets of ansVers will I'e .«•lamined ; ;'’'v..iV, v there will ho nothing ga’me.l by nish- •    swors    in imine.iiaU-lv. The hour of their rèccl' I provl.Ud it is before the stated clos-i.c tl me will n.it affe.t the matter. The official answers will be publlshcil when the awards arc made.    „„d others—F.ach »et of ..nswers ’will be passe.l on separately. Contestants may send in dnplicalo answors to as many nnd.lems as they please. Incorrect answers lu • set will not count against a contestant, pro- vi.tpd correct answers are also sent. Tided curr    stamps will I» aceopt- «1 if it is Inconvenient to forwant money in any other form. But money orders are pro- B.—In ordering back problems, it is neces-(,Hrv only to Hienti..n ’ the nntnbers. The I’ost. In filling mail ur.lers for book problems or e.ila-logues. will pay the postage.    , . . Ph M. F. nnd others Any form in which the autiior’s name apt ears In the I’ost eatnlogue will be conslilei’c.l eorrc.'t, Salemlte The Con1c-t K.Iilor cnnnot i.rcvent peoiile from .ilTeriiig sols of suisw.t« for sale. .Sil.-li H.lvei-ti.-'onicn's. how.'vei', art. not a.'.'eple 1 by tlie I’ost. S'n.li lists arc In no respeet an-flieniic. You are advised not to wu'te nionev buying Ibem. Many of the (jnestloiis nsked the llooUlovers' Contest IMiior are nlrea.l;’ aii'wer«*.! In the |>rint e.l conditions. .Some contestants ask leading qnestmns which obviously cannot be answerc.l without divulging or giving a clue to the sohi tion to a book problem. Other contestants semi suggestions and criticisms, which cannot be coia-immtc.l on or answered for the same relson I oupouK. Cut only one answer on a single coupon. A coupon with more than one answer uion it will not lie ellglhlc. The first wÎ-prohlem was pnhllshe.l We.lnes.lay, Oct. 24 inm-The first six book problems, however, with co^‘ Hionday. Oct ’’9 lOOtl. 1 hero Will he one hundred book problems n all. Back numbers of the Post c-ontalninc the prob ems can be obtained either at (he office of the lost, or tiy mail liy addressing Booklovers’ Contest, the Post. Boston. As the^st six problems appeared In one issue of the n»ii» Post of 0<!t. 29. it is not necessary to secure Posts prior to that date.    secure S. H. fl.. nadley. Mass., and others-Tbe back nutnhers can all be obtained. Tho P.ist Booklovers’ Contest Catalogue b«*. been itrepure.i for tbe convenience of those wim want it. Price 25 cents at business tbe Post or by mail i>ostpnld. It contains titles ami autliors of over 7000 liooks and Includes si. that will be used in the contest. In sending f,!r it tty mall address "Booklovers’ Contest Cat« logue, BuKliiesK Office, Boston Post Boston .Muss." This caialogtie was iirepared ’with ’ sic-eial care and pr.)of rca.l several limes. Flnillv it was erltle.ally revi.sed liy two oataloguo exports from the Boston Public l.ibrarv. j« oose of errors in the catalogue, however, 'contestants will n.)t bo belli rcsis»nsll)le. Any contestaiu who follow.' the catalogne will l)e wnsldered correct lor the i-niposes of this contest. If it should apjiear. h.owever, that on wiiue point the Post catalogue is in eonfllct with an establishe.l Mulliorlt.v. liolli versions will i)e considered correct for the purposes of this contest. X. Y. Z., F. M. F. and others—Follow tlie catalogne. I). F.—The book problems deal onlv viih ti.o titles. K. II. M. The quotation nmrks are ...mcce« sary : Imt cauqions would not be rnle<l out on ac-c.uint of them. F’unctuate as ordinarily .¡on.' C. W.. F.verett--t'oupons    of a)| l>o.ik problem«, an* oMaifiablo at business    office of    the Post    or by mall. ‘‘.Square Deal ” Your question is a leadin'» I one and cannot be answered.    j IT. U. II.. Anbnrn.lale-^ Your cotipons. pr. p ir.«.! | as stated in .'.»ur letter of .Isti. 22, will t;o: I..- ! dlstpialltled. .Vnswer to 1’. >S. I’lie catak-cc • e.irreo* in mailer referred to as far as tlils test Ik eoiwerncil. Mi'S. N. i. . Knvliiry The editor prel. i' \ -t sh.iuld not arrange c.inrons as stated, biii w :| not nil.' iheui cut on tliat    accfumi. B. J.. 1’,. Se., jifi'wer to    IC. 11. >t. Learn and Earn in This    ' Great Booklovers’ Contest' ;
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