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^‘Magazine Trust” Next In tlie language of The New York Press, Mr. J. P Morgan “has broken the pt'iis muck- akers'in the country.” This he did . buying control of The American Magazine through the Crowell Publish Company. Such writers a» Ida M Tarbeil, Ray Stannard Baker, Lin coln Steffens, William Allen White nd John S. Phillips were tied to the American Magazine, and their con tracts have been taken over by the „ew purchaser. Outside the “muck- r?iking” Mr. Morgan already con trols the various Harpor publications and is believed to have negotiations afoot for the Munsev magazines also. With the Crowell Pubhshing Company he got The Woman’s Home Compan ion and Farm and Fireside. The two Curtis publications. The Saturday Kvening Post and the Ladies’ Home Journal, together with Colliers’Weekly are determined to remain independent and doubtless will. Wall Street men supposed to be representing Mr. Mor gan made an effort last week to cap ture Success, one of the most radical magazines, bat Gifford Pinenot and Kudolph Spreckles. both wealthy men in sympathy with its idlers, are under stood to have saved the day. In these activities we do not think that Mr. Morgan displays his custo mary sagacity. He may establish a -magazine trust.” but it will be a trust in popular phrase only and the “independent” will thrive as they never did before the day of trust and independents began.—Va Pilot. How to cure cold is a question in which many are interested just now. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has just won its great reputation and immense «ale by its remarkable cure of colds It can always be depended upon, Fcr sale by All Dealers. Bide a Wee The journey will not end [today, f or leagues and years may wind the way Where gleams the home-light, pilgrim, stay, And bide a wee. When gale and blast and tempest blow. And cold thy heart and icy grow, Draw near the hearth, the homely glow. And bide a wee. When life’s sirocco breathes defeat, And hope declines in desert heat. Be my oasis thy retreat. And bide a wee. And have you heard the luring cry That seemed a song and proved a sigh? The hope of home is heaven-high. Ah, bide a wee! —Arthur B. Rhinow, in The Christian Herald. Too Good To Be Probable Thongh reliably reported and hav ing behind it the names of reputable physicians, the story from San Fran cisco of remarkable and almost imme diate cures of tuberculosis, pneumonia and typhoid fever is quite incredible. Working on a new principle discover ed by Dr. Schafer of. Bakersfield the medical staff of the Southern Pacific hospital inoculated nine pneumonia patients with liquid extract made from products given off by the pneumococcus or pneumonia germs in the process of growth, every cBse of patient was cured, several of the cures following no more than 24 hours after the se- cum’s injection A tuberculosis pat ient was pronounced well within four days after the Schafer lemedy—this case a serum made from the merabolic or growth pjoducts of the tuberculosis germ-had been applied. In. a San Francisco dispatch to The New York Sun it is said that “conservatvie prac titioners who have followed the ex- periraents are astouned by the results accomplished and declare that the Schafer treatment will soon become uniaversl in many diseases which have resisted all methods of treatment.— Charlotte Observer, H. STEINMETZ FLORIST RALEIGH - - N. C. Roses, Carnations, Violets Otner Fine Seasonable Cut _ Flowers, Flowers For Weddings, Enterta inments. 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Of anecodotes and jokes concerning it, which are always flippant or crouch ed in a tone of distinct levity, there is literally no end. Can anyone account for the circum stances that a topic in which the inter est is certainly deep and universal should find its place in literature mainly in this wav, or else as an episode in fiction? why does it not appear some times as a subject for reasonable thought? Surley it is in order to take the matter for a moment seriously. DeLesseps, who dug the Suez canal, and started the one at Panama, wfs p.'oposed to when just 60 by a girl under 19, and married her. Priscilla, in “The Courtship of Miles Standish,” asks: “Why don’t you speak for yourself, John?” Patti proposed to her husband in a peculiarly tactful way. He remarked to her one day: “All Paris says we are engaged.” “Well,” she remarked, “why not? I am sure I should be happy. ” Man’s exclusiveness in the matter of marriage proposal dates from the ages when woman was regarded as little better than a slave, and man selected a wife as he did a horse, and the one had no more to say about it that the other It is argued that as man is the “head” I of|the house or family, which *‘husband’| etmologically means, and it devolves upon him to support the family, it should be his proper function to take the first step toward forming one. But this premise is not more than half the time true; and if it were always true it would not lead to that conclusion. Not only is it often the case that the wife does as much in supporting the family by her mheritance or dower as the husband does, but even when she has none she does the same or more by her household management and services. Even if she did nothing, is she not a human being to whom marriage is img portant, and who is to be as vastly af fected by it as her husband possibly can be? 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