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this valuable food material. The
principal constituent of nuts and
seeds, after the ojl, is protein.
A protein diet, therefore, would
consist 'of lean meat, eggs, peas
beans, nuts and among the cer
eals, oats. As a rule the price of
protein in Cereals" is cheaper than
it is'hi'ajjy qf thither foims fn
whfch it occurs A' diet compos
ed chiefly of cereals is the most
economical? . i
t(What ; About Baby's -Food?
Read tpmorfows article, by Dr.
Wiley: I .
LOCAL ' SdLOMON MAKES
Jtidge' ffi8i.es temporarily laid
- aside lifk judicial dignity this
morning to act as a judge of hti--man
hair when Bara Roser ap
p'eared against her ftrother-in-laWj'UW
Roser, whom she charg
ed with beatirig her and tearing
her raven tresses. "
The woman said that Rosfer
had .quarreled with her overa
Toard bill, and when she demand
ed the money he grabbed her hair
ahd pulled. She brought what
she said was the. hair shehad lost.
The man denied pulling his sister-in-law's
"Your honor;" said the attor
ney for the defense, "that is riot
the Woman's hair. You cari see
that what she has brought here
yi the paper is lighter than that'
m her head." , K
The jddge admitted that the
shades didn't match, according to
his eyes, and several lawyers were
asked to give their opinion. Trie
majority decided against the
"You gentlemen areq't quali
fied to judge hair' declared the
woman's: counsel. c'Pew of yquv
have afty yourselves. We ought
to get better testimony."
The "police matron" was caJJed,J
to pass on trie har. T
'Is that this woman's hair?"
asked the judge. v
"Sure, she hiay own ft, Tnit it
never grew orl her head. It's too
light J' The; rrir6n was em
phatic. " Z K. ' w
I?1J admit is, fighter'' e-'
plaineU the wdfrtWs- lawyer, "but?
these people nave a qaoit or greas
ing their hair, and that makes it
look darker. That would account
for the difference fn shade. The'
Hair 'that was pUlted dut has hot
been greased.7' " -
'"ftta Baiiiff, gel some grease
and put it ont this 'hair," ordered
the judge. "That's the best way
to'find out afrout it.n
The bailiff started for tHe
grease,but Was halted by the law-.
"The woman tejUs me she puts
waer oh her hair, and hot
"Easier Still," said the judge.
"Wet the hair.''
The matron" secured a-glass of.
water. Taking the hair which the
Woman alleged had been dragged
from Jier hear, s!he dipped it into
the glass. When she took it out
the hair "had not chahged color.
Every one irfthe court room kept
eyes glued on" the hair. Five
minutes passed. The hair had