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THE SEMI.WEEKI.Y TMiUHE
IRA h. BARE, Publisher.
TERMS, J1.2C IN ADVANCE).
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
SUBSTITUTES FOR BREAD.
In various parts of tho world, the
poorer classos consumo llttlo or no
bread. Halted loaves of bread are
practically unknown In portions o)
southern AitBtrln and Italy, and
throughout tho agricultural district
of Roumanlu, says tho London Stand
nrd. Austrluns uvor that In tho vll
lage of OborBtoIrmurk, not very fa:
from Vienna, bread Is novcr seen
Tho staplo food Is utere, a kind of por
rldgo mado from ground beech nuts,
taken at breakfast with fresh or cur
dled milk, at dlnnor with broth 01
fried lard, and nt supper with milk
The dish Is also called holdon, and Is
substituted for bread, nob only In the
Austrian district mentioned, but Id
Carlnthla and other parts of tho Ty
rol. Northorn Italy offers a BUbstl
tuto for bread In tho form of Polenta,
which Is a kind of porridge made ol
boiled grain. Polenta Is not, however,
allowed to granulato llko Scotch por
ridge or tho Austrian sturz. It Is in
Btoad boiled into a solid pudding,
which Is cut up and portioned out
with a string. It Is oaten cold us
often as it is hot, and Is In evory
sonso an Italian's dally bread. There
Is a variation of polenta called mama
Ilea, tho favorlto food of tho poorest
classes in Roumnnla. Mnmallga ro
Bombles polenta Inasmuch . ns It is
mado of boiled train, but It is unllko
tho former in ono respect tho grains
are not permitted to sottlo Into a solid
mass, but aro kept dlstlnot after tho
fashion of oatmeal porridge.
Somo pcoplo do not llko cats. That
la up to thorn probably thoy havo n
reason. Other peoplo don't llko dogs,
and such also may bo looked upon
Vlth charity. Tho other day, wo aro
(old, a dog with a broken chain carao
back to itu Pittsburg homo carrying
In his mouth tho trousers and cap of
his 12-yodr-old master. Tho dumb bruto
thus attempted to notify tho parents
that tho boy had been drowned. So
tho father of tho family followed tho
flog back, to tho Alloghony river,
whoro he found tho rest of his son's
clothing and tho rest of that dog's
broken chain! Tho dog had not freed
blmsolf from that chain In tlmo to res
cuo tho boy, says tho Cleveland Plain
Senior. But tho strong link, snapped
In twain, showed that tho bruto had
tried, Bupcrhumanly, to do so. That
dog had not been in tlmo to drag his I
UtUo master out of tho water but the I
half of that llttlo master's clothing lit J
tho dog's teeth Bhowcd how sincere
tho strugglo had been. Somo peoplo
do not llko cats. Others do not llko
dogs. But thoro aro aro animals
for iuatanco, dogs that aro likeable.
Thoy may not succeed In being hu
manbut thoy try!
An old man arrcatcd in Clnclnnat
on tho chargo of vagranoy told tb
Judgo when his cbbo camo to trial
that ho bad a buslnoBB, which enabled
him to uiako a living. "What Is lt7"
asked tho Judgo, and tho old follow
nnsworcd, "Bleaching sparrows." Then
ho oxplalnod. Ho cald he was In tho
habit of catching sparrows and paint
ing them with poroxldo of hydrogon,
which changod tho color of their
feathers, so that ho was ablo to soil
thorn for canary birds. Porbaps ho Is
not tho only man In tho world who is
capable of -this villainy. It may bo
wlso for ovcryono purchasing cnnnrloa
to adopt tho precaution of hearing
thorn sing before paying for thorn.
Kidney beans wo havo all hoard of;
"kidney feet" scorn to bo peculiar to
Pittsburg, says tho Now York Sun.
A physician thoro aays Pittsburg la
moro blessed, or cursed, with them
than nny cthor town. Pittsburg men
bro flat-footed. Wo buppobo tho In
habitants of that city find It hard to
tagger along undor tho weight of all
tho things that nro said of poor Pitts
burg, and tho burden breaks down
the arches of tbolr lnatops.
Tho "puahmobllo," which has takon
possession of Chicago Till at onco, la
an ingenious dovlco whereby a boy
with an old pair of rollor skatos can
mako thorn covor 60 times as much
tpaco an heretofore on tho comont
In tho nows columns of tho pa
pers appears n story about n.Massa
thusotts girl who carried a llvo Uz
jtrd In hor stomach for a loug tlmo,
nnd road lug tho dispatch reminds us
.that this la tho first tlmo that
ttory has boon printed this season.
A Chicago minlstor says thoro uro
not enough husbands to go around,
nnd that old maids nro horoluca. Rut
tho nauio of this champion of abused
splnsterhood will bo lost when tho
unrao ot its traduccr la still nllvo
enough to bo anathema, for such 1b
tho way of tho world.
Tho balt-slutor of an English duke
la to appear aan dancor in Now York.
The peerage haa certainly fallen on
Copyright, 1012, by Underwood & Underwood, N. Y.
Finding tho small mirror in tho vanity enso inadequate, a new opera bag
has been mado, tho top fitted with nbovelled mirror of fair slzo, showing
a good deal of tho features. Tho mirror part Is folded insldo the bog,
giving it a flat effect.
WHEN BUYING WRITING PAPER
Certain Times of the Year When
Suitable Colors and Tones May Be
Acquired In Quantities.
Tho woman w ho would get tho most
for hor money buys her writing paper
In quantity at an annual sale.
Tho reason for theso sales Is that
tho manfacturers accumulato small
lots of discontinued papors. They aro
not cheap qualities or seconds, merely
styles that aro not novel.
It Is posslblo to get four quires of
paper and 100 envelopes for n dollar,
and thcro is a cholco of different
weight, toxturb and color of tho paper,"
various shades of bluo, gray, lavender,
cream and white, also stripes and bars
In self toner. Theso como In two
sizes, usually letter and noto.
Marking varies according to color.
Two-colored letters nro moBt expen-
lvo; plain gold, silver or n slnglo
netalliu color costs about 25 cents a
quiro; n slnglo plain color, gray, bluo,
violet or brown, ten cents a quiraJfloarso not, haB b!x long and slender
and embossing In relief without color,
nbout flvo cents a quire. Theso aro
tandard prices almost everywhere
ho year round, tho roductlon being
on tho prlco of- paper.
In buying paper by the quantity It
is not wlso to cliooso novelties. An
Inconspicuous color and good quality
is always good. Many women adopt
a certain tono and kind of paper and
nnko It Individual. Thus, tho girl who
loves violet will havo palo vlolot paper
with a deeper tono or silver for tho
Btamplng, whllo tho transparent en
velopes nro lined with vlolot tissue
paper of a deopor shado than tho en
velope Gray paper or very palo bluo is uIbo
permissible, but it Is bad form to uso
llrown vollo over bluo silk waB tho
material used for tho drees shown in
tho sketch. Thla Btyllsh but oaslly
nindo frock has a plain bioueo, alcoves
nnd bodlco In ono nnd high waist l(no
with short gathered pcplum. Tho
boIo trimming of tho bodlco is finely
plaltod frills ot cream shadow luco
which turn back from elbows and
nock. Tho skotch above shows a aim
plo arrangement of a pannier, which
s ot tho vollo draped over tho vollo
covorcd underskirt. Throo wldo rut
flea of tho vollo finishing tho skirt add
another touch of qualutncsa to this
IN OPERA BAGS
GIVE TOUCH OF SMARTNESS
Artificial Rose or Orchid, Easily
Made, Adds Much to Appearance
of, an Evening Gown.
Mako a huge rose of black velvet If
you need a llttlo oxtra touch of smart
ness for your ovcnlng or tea gown.
Tho roso is formed of a dozen or
eighteen petals, cut in tho graduated
sizes pertaining to the natural flower,
eighteen petals, cut In tho graduated
foudatiou easily mado of firmly
twisted chcnllc. To make tho petals
appear crisp, the velvet Instead of
being doubled, as Is done in making
exotics of thin raatorlal, Is smoothly
pasted on ono Bide of a ploco of conrsa
black net. Tho necossary quantity of
mucilago used will Btlffen tho joined
materials to tho desired flrmnesB and
yet thoy will bo sufficiently flexible to
bo easily pressed into proper shapo
Easier to shape than tho roso is the
orchid. This, also mado of velvet and
petals with pointed ends tied at their
tips with slonder golden threads. An
olive, such as 1b employed in connec
tion with military loops, Is the best
foundation for a velvet orchtd, nnd to
ono end of It tho wider enda of tho
petals may bo securely fastened.
This will lcavo a point protruding
from tho henrt of tho exotic, but ono
which may bo beautiful concealed un
der a catllx group of seven yellow
silk French knots. The other half
of the ollvo will bo needed as tho baso
through which to thrust tho safety
pins that fasten tho flower at tho
breast or wherovcr tho corsago bou
quet 1b worn.
1 Bridge Maxims.
A good partner Is rathor to bo chos
en than great hands.
Jack of all suits is master of nono.
A fool and his aces aro soon parted.
It's a long uult that has no return
ing. Tako caro of tho trumps nnd tho
trlckB will take caro of themselves.
A llttlo 10-aco is n dangerous thing.
Bridge tablo conversations corrupt
A woman Is known by tho trumps
Tho wages of bridge is dobt.
Tho proof of tho bidding is in tho
All honor is not without profit, savo
in tho dummy, """
Fringes both straight nnd curled
still persist, but only a fow strands
of hair aro cut- upon tho forehead.
Puffs and curia nro arranged from
back to front instead of following tho
lino of tho brow, and tho dressing is
dona very softly and with a Btrong
bias In favor of tho Bldo parting.
Thero nro no lopgor any colls show
ing on tho top of tho head, but tho
back la covered with puffs bo soft nnd
flat that they look llko waves.
Ribbons with the plcot edge aro
now, and it Is usually very much eas
ier to twist n crush belt out of them
than to mako ono out of a ploco ma
terial. Thon gold nnd silver tissue stock
ings worn with Btrnppod shoes rich
ly Jowolod at tho too nnd along tho
strap nro n fenturo of tho evening
dress outfit. Bright colors, principally
emerald, cerlso, bluo and a rich tono
ot roso, aro much la evidence.
I " '
Iroquois Too Much for
EW YOIIIC Proccdlngs in tho Jef
ferson Marlct polico court wore
brought to a standstill the other day,
and Interpreter Llchtensleln was
forced to admit that he had met his
Waterloo after many victories in un
tangling strange, tongues when two
women members of tho Iroquois tribe
of Indians appeared beforo Magistrate
Herbert, ono charging the othefwlth
felonious assault, the weapon being a
can of tomatoes.
Mrs. Cecilia Hyde, 45 years old, of
I52G Broome street, whoso lndlnn namo
ls Kaluwalon, charged Mrs. Ida Doml
nick, 30 years old, who Is known to
her trlbo as Kalukwaa, with assault
after a dispute In the Broome street
bouse In which they both live.
When the case waa called and Police
man Carono of tho Macdougal Street
station house arraigned Kaiukwas, and
motioned Kaiuwalon to approach tho.
bench, It was learned that, although
bearing English names, neither com
plainant nor dofendant spoko English.
Court Interpreter Lichtenstclu was
called, but after a Bhort struggle with
He Was Not Crazy;
HOUSTON. TEX.-"I had rather go
to jail than to go homo with my
wife" were the words of ra mlddlo-aged
man who In company with his wlfo
called at the ofilco of Night Chief of
Polico Heck a few nlghtB ago. The
man and woman faced tho chief to
gether and tho man spoke first, his
words bringing tearH to the eyes of hla
"My wlfo has been hounding me
around the street for the past two
hours," said tho husband, "and has
been trying to get mo to go homo
again. A night in jail would be pleas
ant compared with tho misery of
spending tho night with my wife."
Chief Hock, Jn an effort -to obtain
the facts in tho case, questioned tho
couplo and although tho man" was cb
stlnato and harsh toward his wife, she
wept copiously and begged "Joe" to
go home with her. Hor pleading was
in vain, for tho husband seemed to bo
determined In his purposo to spend
tho night in Jail.
Chief Heck told him thero had been
no crime committed and that there
was no just cause to lock him up.
"Wo can't lock you up," said Chief
Hock, "because you havo done nothing
"Willie Buck" Stirs Up
CHICAGO. "Wllllo Buck.vagrancy."
was the way It waB written the
other night on tho arrest-book at tho
Maxwell streot polico station.
Two bdndsmon interested them
selves in tho prisoner, and a restaurant-keeper
brought him food, and all
of thorn, after closer acquaintance,
agreed that ho did "buck"
"Wllllo Buck" Is known to residents
In tho vicinity ot Fourteenth atreot
and Union nvenuo as tho neighborhood
goat On this particular night he bo
camo unusually strenuous and waB "ar
rested." Tho goat was put In tho patrol wag
on and taken to tho polico station.
Desk Sergeant Kclllher entered in
Unusual Vocabulary of
I INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Polly is a
boautlfully marked King pnrrot,
the property of Frank Hoffman, who
conducts a downtown cafe, and among
thoso who have heard tho bird talk,
It is euBy to find aomo who will back
hor as tho champion ornithological
chatterbox ot tho city. Hoffman haB
rooms abovo hla cafo which ho rents
to men and Polly has enriched her
vocabulary as a result.
Ono ot tho roomers recently was
employed by n local automobllo fac
tory as a test car driver and ono of
his characteristics waa hla prononosa
to sloop lato every morning. Dolly
ono ot his working companions
stopped nt tho cafo to wakon him and
Polly Is froquontly hoard, early in tho
morning, going over tho wakonlng con
versation. Sho ropeata tho words of
tho callor and tho sleepy responses
of tho belated ono In bod, accompa
nied by tho groans that only a
sleepy man early In tho morning can
mako, tho gradually increasing clear
ness ot tho responses, nnd tho final
yawn and assuranco that tho Blooper
has been fully awakened and is on hla
ii ii liusmffB
i n J tfr m .
the Court Interpreter
tho Iroquois gutturals bogged to be
"You are tho Interpreter of this
court, are you not?" said the magls
"Yes, your honor."
"Because 1 am not an Indian," re
plied Interprtor Llchtensteln.
"Well, what aro wo going to do?"
tho magistrate said. "1 must hoar this
Chief Clerk George P. Uichtcr, a
Tammany brave, said that ho would
try to help out, since ho had spent his
vacations for tho last ten years at
Caughnawaga, and had picked Jip somo
of tho Iioquols dialect. Ho was mak
ing slow bul sure progress, having got
tho names of tho complainant and do
fendant on tho record, and was swear
ing In a witness, when tho husband of
tho defendant, Wllllani Domlnlck.
whoso Indian name Is Kalonho, outer
Magistrate Herbert talked' wltfi him
for a few moments, and learned that
ho was n graduate of tho Carlisle In
dian school, and that he had brought
his family and other members of his
tribe to tho city to seo tho Bights.
Mrs. Hydo testified that Mrs. Doml
nlck beat her over tho head with a can
of tomatoes, cutting open her fore
head and splitting her scalp.
Mrs. Dottilnlck admitted tho chargo,
but said that sho had just cause. Tho
'case was finally dismissed.
He Did Not Go- Home
to bo punished for. You aro not crazy,
aro you?" ho asked.
"No, I am not crazy," replied tho
husband. "If I waa I would go on
homo with my wife."
Tho couple entered tho office short
ly after 9 o'clock and all efforts on tho
part of Chief Heck to pacify tho hus
band proved unsuccessful. Tho hours
slipped by and before either tho man
or'wonian realized It, midnight was
near. Both were sleepy, tho man waB
nodding in hia chair.
Chief Heck was called away from
his office on an urgent call and when
he returned both Bat In their chalra
sound asleep. He roused them, gave
them a warning to agree and bo happy
and tho husband and wife walked
away arm in arm.
a Big Police Station
the arrest-book tho namo "Wllllo
Buck," and opposite that tho chargo
Manny Abrams, a bondsman, went
to Intorviow "Wllllo Buck" after read
ing tho namo on tho book. Meantime
tho jailer had unlocked tho cell door,
and when tho goat caught Bight of
Abrams peering through tho darkened
cell thcro was a sudden rush, and the
bondsman lny on tho floor, gasping
William Brott, another bondsman,
received the Bruno treatment when he
went to the cell to discuss a possible
Max Goldman, proprietor of a res
taurant near tho police station, pre
pared a big steak and "trimmings"
whon informed by telephone that "Wil
lie Buck" wanted something to cat.
Ton seconds after ho entered tho
cell alslo Goldman was on tho floor,
tho hot steak ropoBlng on his, neck,
and broken dishes wero scattered in
sevoral directions. The goat had suc
cessfully defended itself ngalnst in
terruption for tho night nnd crawled
lntd a corner and went to Bleep.
an Indianapolis Parrot
OH MY! I
, jo coriMofl
MAKE tf TMi
feet. Newcomers to tho rooms often
bellovo thoy aro listening to a real
early morning tragody.
Polly spent somo ot her yours In n
room where thero was a telephone,
and much of her vocabulary was pick
ed up thero. Often now sho Is heard
ropcating ono ond of compoto tele
phone conversations. Mrs. Hoffman
declares tho bird's mimic ot tho voice
In tho rooms whoro tho phono wna
stationed Is perfect.
A fow days ago a bath was glvon
hor and shortly after Hoffman on
torcd tho room whero she was dry
ing in tho sun.
"Frank, como hero," Bho callod.
"Polly la all wot."
-4t -w r
y - v
20" w Mf
Until You Get
After Tho Cauio
Nothing moro dis
couraging than a con
Lama when you
awake. Pains pierce
you when you bend
or lift. It's hard to
work, or to rest.
You sleep poorly
and next day is the
samo old story.
That backache in
dicates bad kidneys
and call for soma
good kidney remedy.
None so well rec-
nmminr1p1 ne tlfin'a
Kidney Pills. -Ru, a &(on"
Hero's A. California. Caso
Airs U Wnlsli, 164D Tenth Ave., Ban
rrancltco. Cal , an a: "Thu ehnrp, kntfe
llke palna lu my back mvr almost un
bearable. I often had to cry out. Once
whllo walking. I had a Hidden attack
nnd a doctnr had to lie called. Finally I
used Doan'a Kidney Tills and they mado
mo well "
Cot Doan' nt Any Drue Store, 50c a Box
FOSTCR-MILHURN CO.. BUfFALO. N. Y.
'EVE W ATE R iira?"55
JOHN L. TIIOMrsoni 30MS & CO Troy, N. Y.
Nothing Is so contagious as enthu
you can cjnn catarrh
By using Colo's Carbolisatvc. It ia n most
elective remedy. All drugeista. 25 and 50c. Adv.
Griggs How about that pieco of
land you bought down on tho cape?
Anything come up on It?
TBrlggs-r-Yes. tho tides.
Important to Nlothoro
Exnmino carefully every bottlo of
CASTORIA, a' safe and sure remedy for
infants nnd children, and seo that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Woman Police Officer.
Miss ,Mary Steele Harvey Is the first
woman to be appointed a police officer
in Baltimore The last legislature cre
ated flvo police matrons with full po
lico powers. Miss Harvey is the first
of tho five to be appointed.
New China Currency.
The new Chinese dollars of the
Chinese republic aro objects of much
curiosity amon the natives. They
carry English on tho obverso sldo and
ChlneslTon tho reverse, with tho pic
ture of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, founder ot
One Problem Settled.
Mrs. Stronghend had jUBt thrown a
paving stono through a drugstore win
dow, merely to provo that sho was
entitled to a vote (says Judge), and
bad been marched off to jail. "Thank
heaven," said Stronghead. "That set
tles tho where-shall-we-Bpend-the-sum-mer
End ot Famous Vessel.
Tho Fox, tho vessel in which the
late Sir Leopold McCllntock made his
discovery of tho fato of Sir John
Franklin and his companions, has been
wrecked on tho Greenland coast. In
recent years sho haa been employed
by tho Danish Greenland authorities
on coastal trips.
Getting Along Fine at School.
Now that Echool has been "goln"
Boveral weeks parents are beginning
to lnqulro ot their young hopefuls as
to tholr progress. Tho other day a
mother out on Harrison boulevard,
while eating luncheon with her 6-year-old,
"And how aro you getting along In
"Oh," replied Dorothy between
mouthfuls of bread and milk, "just
fine! I and Frances Smith are tho
smartest and beat dressed girls In
tho Bchool." Kansas City Star.
IT'8 THE FOOD.
The True Way to Correct Nervous
NervouB troubles aro moro often
caused by improper food and Indiges
tion than most peoplo Imagine. Even
doctors sometlmea overlook this fact.
A mau Bays:
"Until two years ago waffles and
butter with meat and gravy woro tho
main features of my breakfast. Finally
dyspepsia camo on and I found myself
in a bad condition, worse in tho morn
ing than any other time. I would havo
a full, sick feeling in my stomach,
with pains in my heart, Bides and
"At times I would havo no appetite,
for days, then I would feel ravenous,
never satisfied when I did eat and bo
nervous I felt like shrieking ut tho
top of my volco. I lost flesh badly and
hardly know which way to turn until'
ono day I bought a box of Grape-Nuts
food to seo It I could cat that. I tried
It without telling tho doctor, and liked
it fine; miyjo mo feel ns it I had some
thing to cat that was satisfying nnd
still I didn't havo that heaviness that
I had felt after eating any other food.
"I hadn't drnnk any coffee then In
flvo wooka. I kept on with tho Grapo
Nuts and In a month nnd a half I had
gained 15 pourtUs, could eat almost
anything I wanted, didn't feol badly
after eating nnd my nervouaness waa
nil gone. It's a pleasure to bo well
Namo given by Postunv-Co., Battlo
Crook, Mch. Bead tho book, "The
Bond to Wollvllle," in pkgs. "Thoro'a
nver rend 4be ntime letter! A nevr
one npprnra from time to time. Titer
are icenalne, true, aud full of hum