The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, March 17, 1910, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE CO.Ji.olH.A.v f v)0VirBURQ. PA-
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Lending Aoney Upon Property,
As Old As Society.
PIUS li.OI'KNl-t) THE I IKS T
jlic Mont i!c I'ii'lc ii limit Nurn ss in
j'i jsi s Hi, ii In tin liili'ii sl of
(lie I'dor I'mli'i' Direct Uiiim
incut (initiol, uiul Is it Knoll to
IIiiiiiIiI"1 I'olK.
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"v v iiiiti'd to or
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': In I'ltclc Sam's
ii'H'li minii'i' tliiin
K:m ;is City Star.
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l,itiliiii money upon property
jrc.it uiul 'iiiiill I probably nx olil -ta
liiiniiiti toclfty itself. Hut it was tiit
until Middle AjtiM tlmt authority
ttcpii-tl III to prevent ttlitiHi-H in thU
iouik t ion uiul protect tlie musses
of tin pcuple from usurers.
Ill tliu middle of tile llfteelltll celi
turv there wiih between the church
tiiol the inonnrclis n tlilrd pow.-r,
nli It'll. allhoiiKli It worked in secret,
Hcvi l lllt less (lictnted teriim to tilt
lireiide.st nobles. Tills power v,i tlu
purse of the Jew.
In 1 404 I'ius II. opened the Hist
Situ to Pawnshop In beautiful olj
lYrtiKlii that undent cradle of nit
mi the quiet rmhrlan Mills. 1 he
iiiea wast to relieve the peasants and
liiiiiibh: laborers who iiiifitiestloiiably
cftoti passed their lives In utter sor
vit'hle to tho tnoney-U n.Iora.
The neoessury capital was obtain
ed by pious nppeal.H to the rich vij
rohlo, and in a few years brain u-m
were founded In every city In Italy.
For generations thereafter those os
tablishineiit.s were under church con
trol, but gradually they became
part of the public service.
The system took three cent'iri s
to cross the Alps into Franco. Il w.u
in 1 T 7 S that M. Neckor, the fatuous
niinlster of Louis XVI. caused the
firr-t lantern of the Mont tie I'iete to
lie htlliR out ill Paris. Twelve years
later, however, the revolution broke
out and the t onstituetit ns.-einiily ,lo
ciilcj to clo:;e up the shui't -lived
ln.--t.u:tUiu.
Nattirully etloti;;h the old a'.wi
Li'el era and usurers at once resum-d
business and were more otwtm:i.:to
than ever, the same belli;; now i
tiivly in their bunds under pei uliir
ly adviiniaKeous cunditions. 'I'h air
oiire.siou indeed beiallio so ;;tvit
an evil that the provisional coveni
meiil liad seiitt; enough to restore t"lo
row famous Mont de I'iete, as the
State FuwubrokiiiK Department jf
Franco is cuiletl.
This vast national concern is run
In the Interests of the poor under di
rect control of the government. It is
h kind of stale bank, receiving de
posits from the people on which it
now pays about four per cent, in
terest, and it lends money at uitio
1'iT cent.
No private persou Is allowed to
lend money on Roods in 1'aris or in
eny other part of France. This i
a state monopoly conducted as we
fchall see with machine-like precision,
with no unseemly liaKKlliiK. no
hurry, no discourtesy ami no ja
klndness. This Mont tie I'iete in
deed with its auxiliary offices In
every quarter of the treat city of
Purls and "succursales" or branches
throughout the provincial cities In
beyond doubt u very real boon to
millions of humble folk. It will
take Into safe-keeplni; and storaiju
the stove of the street chustnut
seHor at the upproach of spring;
and takes charge of the "fountain"
of the iced drink peddler when chilly
October warns him his trade is at an
t-ud. It will lend the out-of-work
laborer sixty cents on his tools that
he may go here and there in beurcn
of employment.
The headquarters of the Institution
are In the Hue ties lilanc-Mantenux.
and there are two great branches or
succursales, one in the Rue Roquet
te, and the other In the Kue de Uou
aparte. The latter Is the more Im
portant and is somewhat Incongru
ously placed near that noble Institu
tion the Kcole Ues Deaux Arts. One
enters through a passage leading
to an open court surrouiuled on ill
sides by the various buildings of ih
Mont de Piete. On the left, as you
enter, is the department of ,Degai;e
ments," where the prosperous re
deem their pledges. Next comes t!:o
hall of "Engagements," where arti
cles are received and beyond that '.he
Immense auctlou room where unre
deemed pledges are sold.
It Is curious to observe that
though crowds are present In
various departments, pledging
deeming or buying at auction
Is no noise or excitement
I ; ;i
I i
' II to have the
'! of tll'Mll do
forced by army
'Ml ;ht clothes on
1 II l.lell.
el, but some of
t-'i from West
:'L'". have only ii
l ' l'..v in.; for their fust
' ' :i ei' clot hes. Their salva-
r credit g.ood vv i t Ii
iter to l he army
M 'he ii n i for ins are
' n il hiiu: out of I he
i! !!. otl.cer lo be
1 elmhes on t,o ItKtall-
'I !..:' 1-. one part of the
"s Ii!'" that will probably
verv loiiialillc especially
i. I'.ti' I rigid reqnlre-
I' lie, ,,. ,i. (l!n.
d a large S,m 0f tiuinoy
ies or sull'er a penalty for
i !.r .a.
of a ee.rad liiait.'iiant i-
:ir. (in., of the liist thi:u.:;
$3.50 Recipe Cures j
Weak Kidneys, Free
Relieves Urinary and Kidney
Troubles, l'aekachc, Strain
ing;, Swelling, ICtc.
Stop:
We Want to Send
Yea Tiiis Pcrtfclio
Pain in tiii: im:;i ,
Kidnkys A Nit Hack.
the
Wil
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till
.hi on
lo I.'. 1
ii'iui
i h in bis
eif VV !l '.
i'e,r;i!. 1 ;oa
Ct '
t b-1
k'l
placi
of n
and
0. 1e
1. ad
. It
he I,,,.
:iv .).-.
w Inter
kind tor rei
aito'her kind
to have .,
i and kl.a
wear.
. ice
v.-h.r
In
. il e
for
ill
vv I:
Wouldn't it l.e nice within a week or (
solo begin to sav g;iorlbye forever to
the scalding;, driblilinv;, straining, or
too frequent passage of urine; the fore j
head and the 1 ck-ol'-the-hoad ncht s; i
tin.' stilt tics ami pains in the back; the
growmvr muscle weakness; spots belore
the eves; yellow skin; sluggish bowels;
'swollen eyelids or ankles; lejj cramps;
I unnatural slioit breath; sleeplessness ami
the despondency ?
1 I have a recipe for these tr ublcs that
you can depend on. and if you want to
make a quick recovery, you out;ht to write
and get a copy of it. Many a doctor
would chatgc you $3.50 just for writing
this prescription, but I have it nntl will
be glad to send it to you entirely free
Just drop me a line like this; I)r. A. ft.
Robinson. K :ii Liu k Untitling. Detroit.
Mich., ami I w ill semi it by return mail in
a plain envelope. As you will see when
you get it, this recipe contains only pure.
, harmless remedies, but it has a great
healing anil pnin-contpiennK power.
It wall quickly show its power once
you use it, so I think you had better see
w hat it is without delay, I send you a
copy free you can use it and cure your
self at home. trt-2 i-'o'i- eow.
f? of trrrpleo of
WMW
tiic r .. .'t :'.'.r-a!
At CvtJ 1 1 1
rtmrTtrr anil itnprcssivc
-these s.'mples vn I be vnluublc to you.
; t.:c c,v.
'1'
o.
iki uniforms
set Vice. These
bile lllstnontllei!
hes. with the
lie
v;..sil fo.i !:
re t rous. r.
in.l the !. 1
lervic tin;
.1-
boots, shoes, el
l;i. cap, service hat, saddle
iiil.'t to mat' !., uniform, b ; ' w-v
npiiient and a few other thin;-s.
Tii-'ii t here a re dp -s utiifori:::, of
1. cloth, one for mo, int. ', and ;.n
iier for dismounted set vic., with
..'! bno's and 1 1 ! . 1 1 ' 1 . sho .,. can,
ov et eoat , ha t an 1 In 1 na-i .
. : inn-I he two . i ts for . in;er
a'.l the ili!',. ri nt iiniit:-tu-t. Tie n
:ae the 1 til. la 1 die.-., uti!i'orias for
I ,n Hit d
With t!;e
lb r knots
Hi. .nt f.M
shoes and
ml..-, for
i:nd cap.
f il! dress
with hat,
s!i
1 s.
; old :
id. 1
'tit h
mid di.-'iio inti
i ! i 1 i : 1 1 dr. -s ; o
and a belt ol
; cap. hat. pat
boots, Net are th
-.a in ta.-r. with whit
Then comes tne soi in
uniform for evening wear
patent leather bonis and
honl-
! ! tr.;
atlcr
w nil"
si.
Devil Fish cf Great Size.
lievll fish woigliing up to 2W pounds
n;v sometimcB caught In .lapan. These
lis'a are amphibious; they are often
seen wobbling on their tentacles like
giant spiders In search of paUdies of
sweet potatoes. The natives kill thorn
with clubs. In the water they are
caaght In Jars lowered to the bottom,
which the octopus enters thinking
them a good retreat from which to
calch Its food.
Friends and Enemies.
Whatever the number of a man's
friends, there will be times 111 his life
when he has one too few; but 1 he
has only one ei.einy, he Is lucky In
deed if he has not one too many.
Bulwer-Lytton.
If yo.i tare aVi
your slutamc-y-
fcbcvv you v-hat rcaily ietprt-siv".-, p-odticuvc stationery is.
Thcv thaw yi;u bttsncvi forms on COUPON UOND; hsind
somcly pri. ti J, lit'.m.'r..cil ir.i! --i.-s:am?tJ.in harnioni'ius
co!.-.r C')'.:.bi.".'.li:".:'.;.
If you buy buw.ct t;tr.:;oi?ry yr.u acs-J these samples. yThcy
tell you how lo tct tlis mtist imprcsnvc, must productive sta
tionery. They show yr.u how your letter-head or check would
look on COUPON KON. They itcmomtratc and tcll.you
why, of all bond pipers, COUPON BONO is best qualified to
'serve you, and why ;t is the first choice of those who recognize
.the actual carninfi-povvtr of hili-Srade. stationery.
COLUMBIAN PRINTING HOUSE,
Bloomsburg, Pa
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I'loainslnirg & Sullivan
Itiiilroad.
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NOHTHWAKI.
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Hlooiiistoi ruf V tL It
I'H".- Mill
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t Hiillv I'xmpt snniliiy. t Dnllv ( ttindy
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and Health
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a 1
CO
IT,
purely fur
se a.:'" not
s jacket, r;
and tlaiun
social affairs,
ill. Tin re must be
iti' ont of a certain
1 shirts. The oMl-
hav
i ho'
ha'.i
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bn,
tors
! sheltel
I th- 0:!
i ret.
i an
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pell
to p
i nil
I i'.e
l'!ic
to furnish their own
i-hlhs and blankets. They
ay their own board and for
lights. They even have to
furnishings for their quar-
le ; mi only furnishes the
l",
1-
ti .
iinl the coniniission. Kven
olhceis' trunks have to be of a
ihition size. All these things mean
inve.-'nient of about U.UOU at
i. to b'in witli. This is more
1 the I'rsi v ear's salary and ox
en 11 ; rr : '.on.
A t1'-' " (Jl
,'.-.U fXIHTIOtlir OlliTS It'" "
.i,,. :in. I in. fin on- Ir.-f. Would
von His t.i 6e cured to sin;
ciwf! ? Ii "e. wrnc him your
innt.iiii an'l le w ill irtul vim a
-..ir'.fi.i .n.-ilifiiiolliut witl'lo vi u
i" l :eiil fii- ivfsrtintmn. lim at
nr. ton.- -lnnllil veil want llioti- of
;!:c tr. ,f i-.-iil von ran cvt il li'.an
iii'ii tlif iniV.ii tnc will not owl
m in v i" 1 a ail' -live i eras.". li"-ntli
, a t : . .-. 1:' n t-.-i' lin den shell!.
, i, - .f V" 1 rinillllv llavliotll
, , 1 v.-, a l, . .-'it fla- ' !v friiia lies
a .. ...", -- .1." .:
Vl flf pUt till .WlltM si.
: rt.lS.I) . r
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REVIVO
RESTORES VITALITY
"fiSadea
Well Man
THE kT OtHe."
FnENCII H333VX33ID"ar
prodiiron lino rrult In '.H la) . It nets
iiDWurtully uiul quickly. tiros wlit ii others fall.
Voiini; men can re train tlnir lost manliiMHl. and
old men mnv rcovcr tln lr youthtul vlor by
uslnit lClsl l4. It quickly uiul quietly ru
movi'8 Ncrvousiifss. Lost Vitullty. Sciun)
VS'ciiknesssiii'ha.s Lost I'o er. Fulling Memory.
Wasting Disfiises, ami cITci tsof sett-abuse or
excess ami imliscrc lion, which untlts one for
stuily, business or mnrriiu.'a. It not only cures
by starttriif at tho si-at of ilisease. but is a great
liervfl tonic and blood lilllliler, brlnglrig
back thfl pink glow to pule elicekttanil re
storing tho Are ol youth. It wunls off nn
pronohliiK disease. Insist on havinx ICKVIVO,
no other It can be rarrled In vest pocket. Ily
mail. 1.00 per packau'e. or six for ?A.OO. We
plve fniii advice and counsel to all who wish It,
with uuiirHlllec. Circulars free. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., Marine Bldrj.. Chicago, III
0-301 y
Trolley Time Tables
Cars leave MarkctJSquare, Bloomsburg
for Berwick:
A. M. 1'. M, I'. M.
5.1.0 I 2.50 7-5
5.40 1.50 8.50
(1.20 2.50 q.50
6.50 3.50 IO-5
7.50 4-5" 11.50
S.50 5-5"
q.50 6.50
10.50
11.50
Firsv oar leaves Market Square
Berwick on Sunday at 6.50 a. m.
From Power House.
Saturday Nigdit Only.
l-li-lw
Sh
ilr.v.'
the :
:t'.
bo.
A Striking Change. I
used to strike his fancy in the
,' long aio as homeward from
001.
oar.
vv a -;
ttr.
l.e ,.
aid.
: I'lov.
hat
ti-.in
lUl't
h.
the)
la
to In
on-e t!:ey slrolled Itl the
(O'irted her atul vveu
a. i. u't nicely paired,
er haiipened, well, they
aired. As maiden
full
Used H
l is his
Sll't
of comeliness and
sir.ke his tancy;
.1 e. lloa'ou 1 ler-
A'..el'
you
v 1
i't
11
;:r
vi
ther
over
Advxe to the Middle-Aged.
tf
..,11 .,)-. e von HUIJ.
, o- a fool, ( house your own ruios,
own medicine and your own food.
von will tiiul that the more you
ii, th,. et.en air and the more you
with other people the better you
doeed. You will also mm v."
; tnlnir tallied by uroouiuK
failure.-Kdward Kverett
I s
Halo.
tne
(';'
tli.
b.
Little Left of the Rubicon.
a traveler In Italy the Rtlhicon,
fanHnis river crossed by Julius
.. u described M "the
a stream, in wimu
Impossible for a man to
klo of
quit
drown himself."
il
Ptf re-
there
ami cer
tainly no confusion. It is an anuou
crowd but a ullent one which pas;e
about tho rountetB of the receiving
departnient. Here is an artisan
ot work, a dry kooAh clerk, an
Kantly dressed lady "pawning"
Kahlos Instead of putting them
eold storage for the summer.
whole transaction In looked
asked one
answered the
measure him
out
her
lata
The
upon
as most matter-or-iact. 1 -
handed across the counter are takon
to an Inner room to be valued by
Iho nio.rnluup wllll lU'Ver SO IllUC'll H
koos th iMinllctint. Tho first parcel
N perhaps a idiristenln
cnti fnrU nnil KIIOOII.
ttirnn to his little weighing machine,
weighs tho slhor, tests It una au
insslotuitely calls out "Twenty-five.
A malaccn t-ano follows with a top
(tllegod to be gold. It U rubbed on
u test stone, flicked with acid and
brumptly denounced as an Impostor.
Dlnmond rings and brooches j?o
through most searching examlna
lijns. There la no sentiment.
set of silver
Tho valuer
Sizing Him Up.
...... vo rczai'd that expert witness
as a successful man?'
alienist. "It depends."
. u.w,ther votl
0,,l,, " ... ,..' hu learning or the
by the aiuont'v
size of his fees."
Holy Cross Day.
Moly Cross day. September 14 Is a
name sometimes applied to he e ,
val of the exaltation 01
. , 1. .,-,n.Pinorates the
In Pleasant Fetters.
. .A4.ui.iv 1 Scotland) policeman
-..I..H
beeu getting """"
the cross
restoration
WHAT IS WRONG
with our
Public Schools
JUy JOSEPH M ROGERS
A series of articles creating widespread comment from
the press ;ind educators of America. Now running in
LIPPINCOTPS MAGAZINE
GET IT. READ. IT.
SPECIAL RATES GIVEN TO TEACHERS.
ADDRESS
Lippincott's Magazine, Philadelphia
Cars leave Berwick for Danville:
;m. r. m.
12.00 6.00
l m. 7-o
1 .00 S.00
2.00 Q OO
3.00 10.00
4.00 lI.oo
5.OO I2.00
T i.oo
First car leaves Berwick for Danville
on Sunday at 8.00 a. m.
Bloomsburg Only.
t Saturday Night to Bloomsburg Only.
A. M.
6.00
00
7.20
8,00
n 00
10.00
1.00
Cars leave Market
bug, for Danville:
A. M.
5.13
O.OO
IO
IO
l). IO
10.10
II. 10
First car leaves Market Square
Danville on Sunday at 7.10 a. m.
Saturday Night Only.
has
rlage
... ... i, returned from the
in which ev . (
. v. f.uicaru.
manse Dore - -
The car-
'Handcuff
ed for life-with m mu--"ion
and enriches the mind.
CASTOR I A
. . .. . 11-.,- niuioue Rniiant
!!i9 Kind Tou
Sinatue of
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Bulletin.
DREAD NAUGHT CARS.
The nub of railroading is first-class equipment
and reliable service. The Pennsylvania Railroad provides
this for the public. For many months big all-steel coaehes
built like Dreadnaughts, have been operated on all through
triins Their easy-riding qualities and steadiness of motion
have been widely praised. The all-steel dining cars too
have distinct advantages over the wooden ones. They are
stronger and steadier, and the act of eating is made more
enjoyable by the smoother movement.
There are also some steel Pullman Cars Combined
o nr.,1 nnrro-no-ft in the service now. Trav-
elers like them. Thev have plenty of elbow room and
thev glide over the rails. The Sleeping Cars are coming.
Some four hundred parlor and sleeping cars will be in use
by Summer.
These steel coaches and cars are the strongest vehicles
ever built for passenger transportation. They are fire proof,
break proof and bend proof. They represent the climax
of safety and the perfection of comfort in railroad travel.
The Pennsylvania Railroad has always been the leader
in all manner of improved equipment as well as in all
methods of making their patrons more comfortable. 1 his
is why it is known and honored as The Standard Railroad
of America. 3-10-17.
MeCALL PATTERNS
C'cli-'brnti'd ler Mylr, perfrrt fit, simplicity unrt
reliability marly 40 y.rs. Sold in ncarlv
every city and town in t lie? United Sturm ami
Canada, or by mail direct. More mid thim
any other make. Send lor tree catalogue.
McCALL'S MAGAZINE
More mbscribers than any otbir faLl.io
magazine million a month. 1 nvaluablc. Lat
est styles, pattfrns, ilressmakinc, millinery,
plain icwing, fancy needlework, hairdressiiu:,
etiquette, pood (dories, etc. Only (V) cents a
year (worth double), includiri; a trie pattern.
Subicribc today, or send lor tamplo copy.
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