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" " Hisar I
Ruln of Anggtin -m ha lDnub.
(epad s by te rntetal Oleerspak I o
elety. Washlagto.a D. C.)
Always Important In European lifeo
the Danube has become even more so
sance the World war has added to the
countrles for which Its waters furnish
a highway. And once more Its Impoor
tance is enhanced by the probability
that the Dardanelles and the Bospo
rus will become permanently Interna
From the Black forest to the Black
sa, over a course 1,800 miles in
length, the Danube has long been a
chaln upon which romance and history
have vied with each other to hang
Interesting traditions and occurrences.
Geography, too, has done its share,
and although the Volga exceeds its
rival in length, and although the Rhine
has had better press agents, the Dan
abe is large enough and beautiful
enough to rank In interest with the
guat rivers of the world.
There was a time when the Danube
was symbolised by an old-fashioned
walts But since the World war be
gau nothing but a hesitation typifles
the place the river has held In the eco
amic life of the 'eountries through
which it runs. It has been less the
highway and more the barrier than
at prewar days. Not yet does it serve
to bind the various nations through
which it passes into a friendly and co.
operating group. It has been officially
epen to ships et all nations since the
fesing of the Danube commission
In 186 and the various states
tasrated long co-operated to improve
the navigatl e facilites, especlally n
te lower reaches et the river; but
peMltial eeaditlons have done much to
weakeb tahe ecnomie link which once
-- LM n U and Vienna to the great
l ablppnlg center of Brala, to t
W ocean-going vesels can steam t
a to the Black sema ports hemmelves.
g villages, beautiful menad
al pu hills crowned wmth
S MA M esl prinely palaces, edk
agueneal luDe and two of the world's
e uat ucim nr eaptlat re sr truo
S lt the lenhthy and winding river.
Ltrmig Indetries raise their smoke.
.a-ets boido the stream whose legend
M i il Mae buo t whose tree tint ti
Spes. Mere tragic than the a n-c
Su eaaimt at factory smoke has been k
S ia lb p s the sad sight of eman.
m enameas erom which the life.
i ena . in ry seied to have em.
te gledrem .. a
Iwif Ms ere. at Deasneehalgen e
pleaM between the castle
W * ak sa h e to he late ,iinag a
' "l ism su eramy asm war meeo
` the -m.ealnea men who ei
.. in the uaneoPrraals war. Far.
filr down It pines theag the oon. Ma
etpý ·I ital afro hnolf h ue age, a
jwhel a ime pm emme hedll a
"oth o tre Singhae as
A-sen sem8 iwat o ~n eta
g s r ahpaam amuea
MethobM thePoe urs,, loss a doel
W ,n e rem m e.W Wonnd
a, I . rther aleu h acosa s J st
ltl s lo thelovelalno, at fi hn
SI fh eS t thare is a rd
aaeri.y now, ad a.
ii. 7 eo tahe l a N e ead g
anne lapel aea oe eeasle es
his pillr o a lads owee f aes o
Sr N e mety t ree lad ofat
thee ciam ty la whoa pa
feiaih the Husarian
'W nee* *. T h best statisn de
tos.e d, a short timeag the r,
WW w"at ·a as a en tauth
lasa s o aath the ta
ms n am wa Otn bt to at we
as mset of .he" eers w
Swwas thsm e lrenga i a a.
t -ea II aslyn.trse se
bhthe e that was one* eue
the mse. ,a Pu- a ti
- n. w at theal- Psa
Nas Ragagy, *ah
5'- reduced as It s, stIll contains some
fe of the best land in Europe. Vlenna,
Sts Industry stopped, can do little to
earn the food It needs. During the
tsh summer of 1920 all tradie between the
two capitals was stopped by mutual
P° boycotts, and although steamers plied
the Danube from Linz to Budapest,
no through passengers or freight were
ack To the casual observer Budapest Is
the same proud city as of. old. The
fine parliament building and the Im
a posing palace on the heights across
o0n the river, where Admiral Horthy now
ang rules, seem as attractive as before the
C war. The upper river L still crowd
"% ed with bathers and with canoes and
Its rowboats in which charming women
ne and stalwart men do their best to at
tain a spacious coat of tan. Along
Franz Josef qual the promenade adds
a lively touch of color to the drab
scenes to which the beautiful blue
Danube has become accustomed.
At Belgrade and Below.
Frohm Zeman, once the last Hangea
rian port on the Danube, a short trip
-o between low banks brings one to Bel
grade, the capital of the new kingdom
of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes,
1n where the steamer rounds the base of
e the ancient fortress which dates back
gh to the time of the Celts, the Romans
e and the Franks, and comes to Its dock
ly a little way up the Save, which hare
he enters the Danube from the south.
About four hours' sail below Bel
grade the wide plains give way to
In hilly country where the Transylvanian
Alps curve down toward the jumble
t of mountains which .tends to Monte
Segro and Greece. It is in this region
e that the main obstructions of the river
oqear. But the most femous obetrue
tl en and the finest scenery come at
the Kasan deile and the "Irem Gats,"
where the river has colleted a gre
At Rustchuk the railway traveler
frem Rumania ferries across a brad
e and luggish stream to continue his
jorney to Sofia and Coestantinople;
and here the banks of the Danube are
ined with nase bares. Below Sas
trea the river crves to the noaerth and
asses through Rumanian territory,
Sthroubout the est to Its lath. At t
oa Yeda it is eraosed by one o the
Sleset railway bridges la thei world.
the last t the many bridges which t
rem the stream, sene of which are
- ew destroyed.
Tlis is ese oft te mot remarkable I
amesaple of Its kind t esgineering
Sasd was buit at a east of $7,goag 1
lI It i ha S eans de whll, ew thea
ag mai stream, s a antilever more than
Sa00 tet lns The bridge has a height
-a if 0l feat above low water, and the
r- plan go down to bed rek 100 feet be. a
Slow the water s seree maemsg them h
, mwtr eaohlt as hlgh a he Was. tI
'1 ingis msumeat. . tI
r Sril and the Della
o fil »6 awes tra ithe!ee
mare aatha aths Dae,, Is a pet
Iear thePi a and pad rdee at a rlei
aleeltuatl regie. b prewar dayn e
. Its wharves bt d wite s an fo a
* hug gain elhvaters bulged with the i
a rski peatess Of Wataheia end Be. a
ht bru4 i which hus i peat dev.ep
a amet iasre ameless ave It to
Rumana instead ft the me vauable
I lnd rtile tracts aarsc. pres i r
SI ts to t e the M " wee lIs a
Sadere the eatl eo as isermat!
imfa rw0 ut it wat a tamer 0
ým aemlar sto th to e at aaao
p e ad natal life.
xty melles the sea begins fe
dista of th Denabe The Ki ahe
Smhent northern the brnhes into
which the river dirdes eae mere
than twthbirds the volume r Ito
water to the ser but ia et
Senough feeor the mre meepeatat trase
whlib move yI the mene direct
le eeh throauh the mdd* t ddta
to Slta. Hereo a natural ehanee et
seven to elaen feet has Im in.
A- lthogh t dishrges s than *
i pr eat of te D abe.s 'rers, ath
hle auimtlplW mBles* igg
sea 1o9o. It was ateidp in u. *
ishs the Weddwgr lsaeusm4,
i. ,peS b
aau. Srht p ats,
'&sB~rh w e4 . ar
IBULL WRECKS HOME,
Animal Chases Crowd of Men
and Boys and Then Plays
Havoo With House.
Baltimore.-A runaway bull coming
from nobody knows where went on a
rampage in Southwest Baltimore.
Chased by a crowd of men and boys,
be finally dashed into a residence,
which he partly wrecked, and then
disappeared nobody knows where.
The house In which he sought ref
uge nas occupied by Lewis A. Nash
and his family. The bull drove
through the back door, knocking It
from its hinges and crashing Into a
gas stove, which he pushed out of his
In the next room he found the farm.
Ly, who immediately evacuated. Going
dds Wrought DestrntinU Right and Loft. t
lue next into the front room, the invader
wrought destruction right and left.
le tore into the wail with his horns, c
Srualnng the wallpaper. He smashed a a
rp large mirror. Chars and tables were a
el. apturned, vases broken, and still the e
o mmaauder showed no inclination to de- r
Des, prut. D
of FInhlly, some one entered the opern
u back door and came up behind the ball tl
and drove him into the street. Outrun.
, rnlng a pursurln erowd, the antmal dia
he s ppeared.
PREDICTS OWN DEATH; KILLED
an Geests Do Net eed Hest's Remark,
Which Comes True on tm
Folowing Day. D
New York.-Arthur Van Ohlde,
Stwenty-ve. of Little Ferry, N. J., and
another man were burned by steam t
and suffbated to death beneath the
boilers at the ontlnemtal Paper com.
puny plant In Bogota, N. J. Van Ohle
had a premonltion of death the ngt
before u ben his sister was entertain.
slg a party oD fiends at their home.
S e prty was plaing cards, and
SVan Ohe's sister, Helen, won two
games. Van Ohlen, who bad lost
leaned toward her and Mid lagh p
rigly. Mxrls me istr. Ill be deed
t orpr." Otherm n o te prte y - ea
the rmork o ned, but when word at
SVan Oem's death reached his homeo
the site recalled It.
S OWL STEALS HENHOUSE KEYS *
d Thes oeured io the Pultry oun s
ho of the Ores.g Stae Hospital
- for tohe anes.
I ' ----e
le erm, Ore-Hoet owls lke ehikem
melt ud a boot owl a a ke to the
*l hehoue at the State RHeospital tar
t IAlea the owl ha s the a key t
at rsthe switch en the sateme.
bile d A. I. D nasr, suplabntndnt
i o the poltry ards. Wr
SIt happened UMke tls: a
hi &mswr hard the eed ld heetd,
H Be foasd hr the cheks. Not having
a a gera rhek at ehd. b e teek a
heav buch eo kes from rhis peoket,
Swl, aun lot drive. bag
k m"t wti thrnowt diatea at the
e The keys wont wild ad drpped *
e ta k p ed uheke4sa
ISIII iSlg DwnI H em
' with the lad rron ding it, was wat
Ss,, steadir movg down the hil : a
* and heeded toward th top atof
arn akanmet sevemral humndrd
feet high. Mr. and Mrs. Ma put
Shbr, awakoed at the same timea a ti
oen notian an unusual souad, 9 ta
a the hroae wiettha dicul.tlr ohe
Souse slid e down sr adie toes
* eo f L eet and Ie.d g i * Co
* vo tt it fsm lo ver theo
!. ntaote L-e wheb agan a
anse semesda en 3 ms aeg a
4 deanse" me c- a assase
. I CABINET
(0. 1e52, Western Newspaper Union.)
Red springs the rye,
As autumn days decline,
And from the sky
uing Less florid colors shine.
n a Its airy, lustrous line
Dore. The gossamer displays,
boys. And faintly breathes the pine
In autumn days.
then -William Howitt.
Nash Of course there will be turkey
Iove wherever it can be proc.ured, depend.
ti it lug upon market
to a and the cost, un
his less it is raised on
one's own farm.
fat. Duck, chicken,
lng goose, roast pork,
baked ham or
any food well
cooked, may make
a thankful feast, depending entirely up.
on those "who cluster round the festive
Candled Sweet Potatoes.-Wash and
cook sweet potatoes in their skins un
til tender. Drain, cool and peel. Put
into a saucepan one-half cupful of
sugar, three tablespoonfuls of shorten
ing, one-half teaspoonful of nutmeg,
four tablespoonfulas of water, one-quar
ter of a teaspoonful of cinnamon. Boll
until it spins a thread. Place the poe
tatoes in a baking dish and pour over
the sirup. Place In a hot oven for 1y
minutes, beating two or three times
and serve from the baking dish.
Chestnut Stuflh .-Take one pint of a
blanched chestnuts, one-fourth of a
S cupful of butter, one teaspoonful of salt,
/ one pint of finely chopped cooked veal, s
one small onion grated, one teaspoonful i
of lemon Juice, one teaspoonful of
chopped parsley, one teaspoonful of
celery salt, pepper and salt to taste.
Moisten with cream and mix with one
Red Apple Salad.-Select firm, red d
) apples, carefully remove the centers y
from the sten, end. Brush the inside
with lemon juice and set in the clee
box. Chop the apple which came from c
the center, add a slice or two of bh
t chopped pineapple, a little celery also )
chopped, a few shredded blanched al. ]
tee monds, all mixed with a tablespoonfutal
or two of good salad dressing, and a
s, cupful of whipped cream. Add a bit
I a of salt and sugar, fill the apple cups
we and serve them on pretty plates cov
he ered with lace-paper dollies. Cranber
1*- ry jelly is one of the requirements for
such a dinner. Cook the berries, add
Sitang the sugar when partly cooked. Pat
all through a sieve and mold.
81 Shadows lie dark on the hillside,
Sanshine lies warm on the shore.
But the goldenrod waves in his pride
And the clover blooms no more;
Gone are white blossoms of May.
Their robe i the purple lefnt.,
And the corn stands ripe in his sheaf.
* bor summer s gliding away.
DAINTY DISHES FOR OCCASIONS
ad A tasty little dish for a beginning
i to the meal or fr a light supper s: 4
S -rowa ovals of
" bread In a little
with parsley and
place a very lttle
Sbit of chopped
ro"onloa In thbe cea
ttr. Upon this
plaes an oyster, seasoned well after
Sat d ero, taten with a toothplek and
ran under the gPa atoe until the bteon
is crip the the oyster will be don
to a tara. Serve three canape with
a stalk of s tdh eelery at one oide o e
tre plate with a slice of lesaon with
sPray et pa ry threat through enh *
sues, on the other; or arrane on a
plater pe flled with e aon a nd pu er
SW and rve ach three with stalk
o Mat.a e-uory and a thes y .epa he
aadwieh Sor each plate.
nle ht Alet with salt and
stance the Jete of a lanc oa them. Mr
Wrap la a chbe eloth and letm 15 hea
SinatO. Remore. to thbe •rvlna dis the
and pour the sauce mara them. GOr- wh
ah with paeley. er.
r aeo Sane,--Put, the ai end W
bes et the 1a with thuse sitMs t had
earet, one ies t o anse, oes pe a b
hbay let, three eupls t cold wat4er ce
and one-rth te- poeafrl of salt In- hr
to a siuepn and brnlag to thebolln as'
Iegat, thnm hamefr 30 minatem,
Rlub'thragh a straiaer and thien wa
with a tablsmpanu l each e bitter
and leaur t o eemnp l o the nqui a
Add on euptul o white grp apes bm
which tbhe see aend als nr e been
removed, cook oe auto, the peer
over the hb.
Graperut Serbet-Take fer eu
ths of water and two Cuapfs of Igar, .
ball for ive mlnutes, add eonhalf ta
bleeapoonful e glatln softened In cold
water. When dissolved add two cup
hfrs of grapeftrt ilee and the juie*
a lema., Prnse and peck to rIpen.
Eg Plqumat,-lato a double boler
put one cupfl of ream thleken wlth
a tableapooarl of corastar#h, mink
tar a white suce; season with salt
and popper ad add a tableuapoonl e
Worcstershlr sauce. Drop n the
egs poach ad serve on buttmered
toaut piping hot fBot tohe aster.
Oo~er with te s. ucprl withs
papsha ead arve at es. I be
aeh us saLt Jaud , l~s t aes
ind e d me seeml omer s T a
mmohe ter hemes N iseband helowu
ome t i e i atme bhne e ar
hew m kim~ Uitahr~~ tll
Jr IS WHIPPED BY
I 'INVISIBLE EYE'
Committee of Four Women Ap
ply the Lash to Mrs. Tatum,
Near Dallas, Tex.
BODY MASS OF BRUISES
Captors Accuse Her of Mistreating
irkey Her Daughter and Are Deaf to
end' Her Denials-Man Holds Her
irkel While Being Whipped.
d Fort Worth, Tex.-Seized by a man
and four women, hustled into an auto
mobile and taken to a deserted! spot
or near the Trinity river, where she was
well given 100 lashes by her captors, Mrs.
wake L C. Tatum of the little village of Stop
e Six. near Dallas, is slowly recovering
up' from her bruises and the nervous
te shock of her harrowing experience.
Mrs. Tatum's account of the affair
and is to the effect that she was called to
un- the door of her home by two women,
Put who said that they would take her to I
of her daughter, who had been missing
ten, for some time. When Mrs. Tatum en
OE& tered the waiting automobile she
e"' found there were four women in the
Boll machine and a man driving. The ma
Po' chine sped away to a lonely spot near
W* the river, where the woman was hand
' 1 euffed and held by the man, while the
mE fomur women used the lash on the vic
tim. Her body is a mass of bruises,
tof according to her aunt, Mrs. Jane
alt, The whipping was given by a "com
sal, mittee of four" of the "Ladies' Invis
iful ble Eye."
No Previous Threats.
It. A eommunlcation addressed to news
papers stated the whipping was admin
istered for alleged ruining of her
red daughter, Naomi Tatum, fourteeg
ide Nb threats of any kind had been re
lee ,eived by Mrs. Tatum prior to the oc
em currence. One woman who whipped
of her told Mrs. Tatum they were from
la Dallas. One of the women was masked, *
al- Mrs. Tatum said. bi
!l "Mrs. Tatum has had some little
a trouble, but none that would merit fi
iv- 1 L
fmr o a u ,, e . th, .
hd drl e 1 he La U
Shase te t dkl a h Naomid Th
SMrs. Tat objecteh d t. She and her
bumand have had a little trable ever
the irl but it has hppm em l
whemw o t m whipped the daugho
WheI t the at i ahea. m l
had drtm a mshert tstmece the wemem iU
tMkh they rwe memers d a I
aet s-a tker Daes ad se eeed t 3
ha, at rulning her maukghr end that *
STarrant esaetywmen woami net
meathey wee d w her tot DasP
Mr. Tatum is thirtyglx years el a
a ase nets that she was mistreatea
withet teame a a statement lrne
. her bed Mrs. atam ,aid:
YThey te nd had mstmeted at h
eam Itad I h t adm nt1 h . eify
a qlye euast hoad of the handeub
wih one hand and placed the oher
eas over my mout. Three it at
wemm began whippinag me.
r"naty, they uat and srtd ted
put me l the car, when ime othem
ahe4 Ubris deo you thik she ha s
dhe thought I needed more. The as _
aceht me agaln by te headerb sad
the whlpplnr strted.
'I wa growhla yeike. I was abeat
The meg, ke't
I believe w I was ot to tJat jad di
¶hem they helped a heck ita b*ern
deat = a es s
oe ammee oa ea as th was Lmmie
he aas a p mSeek e wair
-S ' I
GAE THE RIGHT NAME
Tom and his little brother, .TJnk.
were new pupils, alnd the nln'er was
ting about to enter their nuies upon his
"Now, my lad," he said turning to
Tom. "what is your name?"
"T"un, sir." was the reply
"You should say Thomas, my boy,"
man said the master "And what is your
auto brother's name?"
spot "Jackass," replied Tom.
Mrs. We Can't See This, Either,
Stop "Pa," said Clarence.
-ring "Be careful, young man, I'm In no
uO humor for foolishness," warned his
fair "Well," grinned Clarence. "I Just
d to wanted to ask you If, when an eye
en, tooth got old, you had to buy glasses
rto for it."
- ne: What th - T
tllng down on the chest.
A NEW REMEDY
Crane: What the ?
Ostrich: bash, It' the latest way
to keep a cold In th, head, fron s*
-' tling down on the chest
her Among Those Present.
.Who eannot pile a fortune up
And own a flock of motor oar,
May at a banquet table sup
re And hobnob with the movie stags,
ed An Honorable Degree.
om Said the friend to the proud father
, of a college graduate who had just
been awarded an A. M. degree:
"e I suppose Robert will be lookang
for a Ph. D. next r
"No, he will be lookHar ngfor a :. O.
"--The Cristan Evangelist (St.
"Now is the time to get your lift In.
sured, young man. The longer you e
lay It, the higher your prenlums will
"I know,that, but the longer I wait,
the fewer premiums I will have to
Mother (of singing daughter)
Don't you think Belea's voice in Im
athe-TYes, but We a long way et
fom hems cured.
S Cutom-The cr s very prv "
hdeed, but I want one with thr s
to St In a corner
Furniture Deale--Well madamt, TI
saw ose leg em.
Jack (In musem)-Tis coleetlm
of staged salmals i said to be worth
thousads r dollars.
Ic--s it posieble? What ane the
The One e Tral.
Mrs. Hlireea-Oe-Would yeu be
willin to come ea tal for a weekt
Prpective Cok-A wake in ·It
b s 0 could tal dwheter O'd lelk
yer ia warn day.
zu.Ja AND NO
ni Jslems We4 heas-e-e
*III deilt yeshko mhl a e
"rm a eli iea," he eanshmes
""AI as )mee a em b,
semame a th w
TIehs Is en me me."
Auhoral (nt I.rat Im anhtell b -
pauted lto at orheeaal lt ut ean *
-qa se sbirbMr m the fim d i
beS yomvte-lbea'en tjt ee It.
"My dear, who i that mnr r trl
et d1 " th
was my hus ombad ene
re no eaNlous I Moped.
ertainnl et I aes tenl hp i *
a aed look tmhat he es witte pla e
be-Bk I ea'e hue to Paly IBehe I
In't it lovely th eret A perteet eGa
ram--, deut w thiny
mi e Nme yedr t
Tim aslmt Itleman wth the see
st-eek It Ietld bt r, . te the
--""- at the speetlable tels eat
*P5tbrm m4 sir. bot wealt p
pu tee uaI I em* tteek this
~.r- t Job.em' 3a t-alfrn
. h mm mynise preopslesam
mutl..s se em y Us -ss
' brng I
"it neOrv, 4
lust for it in
new. Doe't l lhn -'eg
: =****t aA Nd( .
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sO daintily fOat tO
" -- ew a Inje
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