Induce murder. Yet Zancannelli was
Of the open venire, chosen for the
Zancannelli case, composed largely
of mine guards and others prejudiced
against the miners, 33 remain as pos
sible jurors in the Lawson case. A
motion of the defense to sequre an
entire new panel has been overruled
by Judge Hjllyer.
TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Meat Loaf. One pound of beef and
4pound of pqrk, ground together, 1
,cup of bread crumbs, 1 egg, a little
butter, y cup of milk. Mix them all
together, add a little sal, pepper and
Bake in a deep tin, with a little wa
ter, as for roast Baste occasionally.
LIBERTY BELL WILL CHIME AT
liberty bell is to make another exr
position visit It will be taken soon
to the Panama-Pacific exposition to
remain until the fair closes.
The chimes which announced the
adoption of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, July 4, 1776, is not a "made
in America" belL It was brought
from England and recast with words,
"Proclaim liberty throughout all the
land unto all its inhabitants" in
scribed on it, . .
LITTLE COATS FOR BETTY
BROWN'S SUMMER GOWNS
Here it is again the little coat
that looms up -so noticeably in every
It's charming when worn over
light colored silk or poplin it's in
variably black taffeta or satin, though
it is equally attractive made in mid
night blue, or in some color to match
the dominant color in the skirt
Women used to pay $20 for hats
and $5 for shoes. This spring a ?5
hat often adorns the head of a wom
an who's "all dressed up" in gay-colored
shoes that cost $20.
The tailored suit that lacks the
military touch of -a leather belt, a pair
of shoulder straps or standing collar
is a rarity.
If women wear boots and plenty
of 'em do will the 1830 styles in
bootjacks be revived?, i
t ,&irtr&&railto&tof V'-!&'.-!? .
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