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00o. A. SMITH.
15 Camp Stat.
New Orleans, La.
BIlufalees Multiply Fast.
Aecordan to a recent eauss bul.
lees at the Federal gamine park at
Walawriht, Alberts, have Increased
in sue, uumbers that the gvernmemt
eSIelai state that the vast tract of
.d set asde fer their use Is lnsu
leat to aueemmodte them. An ee"
de he e Lrt trh hat a smbehr 1
Soder animls mae to b saugh.
timed a eacasses to be sold to
marthesmr trea compies to be orn
vuerted late pemmam whh ishl e
sidemed a peat deleay Ina the vrleda
My la the Aret. The Deminlom re.
ermem ws reta the hhides.
An Intrirmt delamed to keep Ia
aCcurate aeesat o the strkes made
Ibetweep hles, a weorn like a wra
watch, Is a rasvel uappliace fr the
pet suthulast, sad l described with
Wlutration La the Popular Mebaks
Oaas. 0. the eal of the inetra.
met Is a small polh ter which i
mveod after each strokta.
"n" urplsed to see ndsuch a e
at tawyer damedlg a bootlegger.'
'Tmu about is air play."
"'e was the beoatiger's eet.
Nw the beetlelgger Is Uhis eeat."-
Abbe Murm, a ineas yates
, aG eperer. hss diemmree
a Mst Blie renes a reat ub.
riniern sr, with a rolumo o
-eet m gales per nl ute. It
-u the aIau a anu I as. Neu
aImep amies set ass breaches
M her bernod a 3tle1 lakes sad
wadm pe i stemly' eel war
*a as in e deperaaure ad
eas d s g pelss at a deplh
ash m - s w o" maiseme
Se b t rrn
e eu arehbgm48 epgi1WfA at
THINK BEFORE BUYING LAND
Here Are Some Valuable Suggestions
for Those Who Contemplate
Establishing a Home.
Before you build It Is necessary to
have a parcel of ground. Too much
care cannot be taken in the selection a
of a site. Remember, It is the spot on
which you and your family will spend g
many years, at least that is the gen- a
eral supposition, for the building of a t
home is usually one of the highly im
portant happenings of one's life. t
Location determines the character
of a house and it has much to do with c
the family's happiness and health. If
the person contemplating building a
home will observe the fellowing sug
gestions when buying or selecting a
site he will save himself a lot of future
trouble and at the same time make an
investment that will increase rather
than decrease in value. Here are the
Buy only in a section that is high,
dry and healthful.
Locate In a neighborhood that is I
likely to increase in value and always
be dealrable for homes.
Ask about the water supply; where
the water comes from, if the local sys
tem is modern and whether the sup
ply is plentiful. I
Churches, schools and stores should
Find out itf the section has all mod
ern subsurface Improvements; sewers,
What is the tax levy? Compare itI
with previous rates for years.
Why the increase or decrease, i I
Are gas sad electricity easily ob.
Does the site need much gradlng
seeding or planting?
What are the transit or transporta
What is the traveling time to plac
What is the expense?
It the property meets thee ecodl
tioos satisfetorlly, them you may be 4
sure of your selectlon .
CHURCH KIND TO BIRDS
w . I
In the quiet side yard of the First
Congregational church, Admiral bou
levard and' Highland avenue, Kanses
Cty, the church has placed a well
desigaed fountain fbor birds. The
ifentain it a rendesvous for all spar
i rews n the neighborhood and their
I mos aristocratic kinmen. A spa
t row, revellng n a bath, ducked ouat
I of sight below the rimn a the ftoun
ta0--the modest thing-while the p
tare was being snapped
Autum Time fer aeding Lawemn.
i Sprigtime it commonly considered
Sthe s edttme, but with lawns bettr
Sresilt ten are obtain·td by seeding
at om ether season. seept, pe
lhps, la the nrthem tier o r states
ad i New gand, says the United
IStates Department eo Agrlictae,
early 8ama medilg mch mre
- than spring mei South
Sat the laSitde e New York spring
I seelag ould rarely It vera be pes
m tieda. There arooe resams fr
m th1i ruls. Y g grass Ge not stool
Swe In springl ad gmmer ad i not
sadIcently arseive to eombat crab
l gram and other sammer annmeal weeda
l the ae south oaet thi ad aorth
at the Ptoma ad Ohi' rivers the
tlme it early la September. The r
_ seeding a an old lawn oldr be demo
at thi mie sem as new sedl~g.
SThe general progrnam of ltrtlm
• eircrg r preventlm i arra ged
largely ot the bemeAlt at lschool chil
dnre. I ther yemg perseas an
he mnwlentlya Impesms, meh ged
wil be accompllshL. ot tLhese i
, mucht for the groewsups to learna o
aPrdaS the preper storage o oal,. th
r~mroval o rubbish sad other thnagp
Swhieh, aperlene teaches, emmao re.
hi campaign of lmstrqetIeo it highly
i mportat and ameld e give.a hed
by all haingl the welr a e their eean
ntmty at beart.
He Waned Setman BreoeL
, 1 want a lot et glaten breamd,"
m sid a mes be n a city grteery that
p Ihp peds eat eat the eernary.
.Whatr. asked tim astenlsd
_ desk. - /
ni mIen ikn-the iand t take
Sdat e," iMited the kh. "Seoo ee
n td met Itlrs the akIn e obght to
I at. he he se arhere his pe D.
Se l ndedw up a wrampled erap at
pLaper, which he he ae to the dLk.
=he inmea uadem reed:
I' e aleS b yse t s.
- peef made te n mer in
I ee ee o s inh £ ed ar dy
i dwUh dashn us than with a
in1W* t@b iugsd that -a
A BIT SKEPTICAL
'"'ho is that important-looking
"He styles hlmself the advance
guard of prosperity. He is here to
address the business men of our
"The hotel proprietor doesn't seem
to believe he's the advance guard of
prosperity. He has Just refused to
cash the stranger's check."
Little Mary (watching cubs play)
Mamma, will they be men when they
Mamma-No; what makes you think
Little Mary-I heard uncle yester
day say to papa, "You were some lig
when you were young."
"You have some large, heavy pape
weights on your desk."
"Yes," said the editor of the Chig.
gersville Clarion. "By laying my hand
caressnlagly on one of these weights I
have frequently cooled down an irate
subscriber who came in here with the
intention of using me for a floor mop."
Up Against It.
"Smith," samid the visiting artist, lit
you can't make your studies and land
scopes sell, why don't you try working
In the nude a little whlle?'
'Tm right on the verge of It," aid
Smith dolefully. "I don't think this
last salt of mine will stand muckh
"Do you expect that bill you ha v
nst introluaed to become a law?"
"N4" answered Senator Sorghnam.
"If I thought It had a chance I
woualdn't have Introduced It. It was
emo of those oeeasions on wachl
seems pegretly safe to obhligs a
"Me berdde wanted m to Ne W
peu'd he egad die velagit"
"What a tmny way far Mm to
Meinga at a Mater Cop.
noswt Haotsm hass as too far
I deot, 'tl a n latr s a.
While she's paying for her ea
he easa bui saes.
Net Wmethy to Se Mesti d.
Hubby (enteranS auapectl)
What are en deo.bt
Wte rIt- g my memoirs I
Hubby (itartled)-Whbatl Yoear me.a
Wlit-Dba't be alarmed; theres
nting at all sabt ylu
A Candidate s Art.
"What makest y think yu eah
ash malght be a motea pieture aetsr?'
"Well," epled Farmer Coratol,
"JLsh must be good or smteh&
ad ha has tri 'ad most ererthie
No kelp Yet,
"Dd yo telehoe the piumbereat
e ht water ie aas e leakisg
"re, amy dear."
"What did he ay?
"He said hed put as a his watls
The Help Prehiem
abomn--o ou ean't ot samS
with the cook, oebat Why d'tr ye
tret her as a eualt
His Wite-I tried to, but Ie
warmed me that I was getting toe
A mIendabut Way.
Mia mi--Wha do imo atwant a m
t alog when Mr. 8mathers comae
MetesWll, yhi sel I doe't lke
gat fellow; yet I del' tel Iike tll
1mg hIm outright e a
Stresk the Right Cambnatle.
EIlth-So ye are golan to mar7
1T looe,l ore yt Don't youee think
that is toolbb)
Maud-Ob. me. Yta see I had sens
eagh to fall in loes with a uardlle
What was that man arsaing about
- 1art met comes out oat yaour oieot
He had a ba he wasn edotaring ely
to oar beet people, and I seapfe to
as ettelg my plaseo e the list.
M mm uaoy to erumbe.
it Bust es Man-I hear yea
mowuwaag~r s a huter.
Second Binias Ma--Tes, thain
gedeesa. e hasn't ot time to grm .
wiA hs who n o een enaed tok
es. sarei pe edtr f theim msen
halver at a r eq s c a lehd alelrate.
S* a s h,e mml to his ure tler.
-'t dn a r we at oa mn r aeeut ts
u peute. Hasm yoe a thasnrsea
n tno m -ig at th r drew lase at
*dr,1,oI e .U sAldge' aI
m ith"1 s r . i aW r ame
yo s caun' mak e y r , ands Iand
- S rg on tihe verg f "a
s ine w s tam Whehs er
mer we- l
i HEAT IS WASTED TIIHROUGH I
FAULTY FURNACE SYSTEMl.
- -"In heating houses we really :
use ten times as much coal as "
* is necessary," Charles P. Stein.
" mets, research expert for the I
- General Electric company, said "
i recently in a contribution to the "
coal number issue of the Survey j
"We could save nine-tenths of I t
It, but we probably will not do
I so until forced to it by a fall- "
Ing coal supply, for to save t
" would require a radical change
* in building construction. I
* "Usually over 90 per cent of I
I all the heat from our furnaces It
" is lost. Although we must re- I 1
: place the foul air with fresh air, 8
" there is no reason why we "
" should throw away with the foul I
* air all the good and valuable 1I
8 heat which it contains and not
I supply new heat to the fresh air. 1I
I If it were properly arranged we "
" would take the heat out of the
* foul air before we exhaust it, 1
turn It Into the Incoming fresh 1
8 sir, and so heat the Incoming air
: by the heat of the outgoing o
" warm air. "
"This recovery of the heat Is *
" called the regenerative system of I
* heating. We could do this by 1
I passing the outgoing warm air e
Saround the outside of the pipes
* which bring in the fresh air and "
so warm the latter by the former.
" "By proper building construe
" tlto the loss could be made
slight, so that a very small1
I amount of beat would warm the "
house; so small, Indeed, that Itn
I would be economical to beat I
j houses electrically; economicali
" to own a house without a chim- I
j ney, even though the price of
Selectric energy must always a
. main many times greater thLan
the price of coal, considering
Sthe same amount of energy."
MAKES A PERMANENT CHANGE
Why Eg, Onee eilled to Hardnei
Will Net Soften With a Drep
An contains a large propertls
do albumen, latended by natulm ire
the nourishment of the growing chick.
This albumen beloags to a clas e
substances which have the peculiarity
of "coagulating" o turning sola when
imposed to acertain degra at bat,
The action is a permanent chemical
champ, and these substance w1l net
again soften with a drep In tmpes
tore. For this reason, adenstsebs a
plain, the boiled egg hardes.
It s, too, br this reson that it is
Impossible t coek an egg ea the top
at a high meatain, f ihera irtng
to a lesser atmspherc prea. the
water boels at a lower tesperatm,
and this temperateme being odr the
"coagulation peint" makes It Impe
dble to "cook" a egg.
New L.im fnaeaese Foreily.
That lime or akeim saies imceases
the entility at imas as been stlk
-nsly showa by the derman pbysete
siste mmerIch and Lw, in a ice
ivestatiien repoarted in Oilsetha
(Berlim). Thesee d thre grps of
mice i teir mepeermen 'The let
seep was tIlo -re fead; es
second reeivead the w with the a
tlOen o measeued quenltes of tabm
salit (sodiuam ele), wMib hr ales
te reputation eo t reasing bee
dit; the third po reeived erm a
spending araea at enlihe chloride
instead o the seda sniees within
Ssen ltvt~ oi rm tm e these
it of the great inrease th Ae mn
er od Utters i the tird ce, the
ltotal er i ndiviMlals w alis
greater. At the ead of man manthe
overed by the iavestigatien, te th ee
pups had -aeMI areectilve 1
2R9 aed 2 yeo , t
Ntew a Plsh P oe p
esa o~yaer ass hme ben mae
by Dr. U R Henha, in the Aam
toa a il fweaar the e an l a
lde was about a meter, with sIL
derable lateral stablity; in a i
windths Iwas inrease to fm 2a
t to dte eers d sman . be
tesndhld ad te te t the Lses
wamarked. both, the w a grn
i ieained upwqd, the iter et
at a higher level the the bass it
ldowepeed ights whie bet suhew a
downward ienlinetio ia tilyh at
* YosMh Leaky Day,
A setaret et a eed as ween
i fear trials i Phladlphi wa given
to a boy to e burned up afer a ue
iet had been yaraea hed. It had
-m threug the hane aof ee
iwyers aede ples i idls i eir
iartisee s, t it remained r te
ey i to ad $2 ccealed in It
Why Sterm Soee hilt.
There is somhing about the conl
taon o the air who charged with ele
tricity daui % eander eaem which
abets the milk; wi te emeItaue
and warmth of the air at such a time
alio ha e eet upon llk eat
em aus ig It tor sea.
/, re ss of O.. Cls.
A girl in Vemot is eald to have a
mle-eyed ut The at had two Wb.
while the ether in lik te ordinary
What 0i o set 'Iheat
ceeatty *mili, is at th age when i
sary. sendyr. e a ls i wra *invitea
tm ber mer. Whle at the tabe,
ead es o ube. On he senie
aett iptme1 o the he1r. e wea
-sma by a miberi
gsapin dma hs hat fret
at ha NSAe Seee i
MEET LIEUT. DORR
By CHARLOTTE TALLEY
(0 by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
"Miss Weston, meet Lieutenant
Dorr." The speaker was the over
dressed Miss Smith. Pretty Miss
Weston bowed, with her gracious lit
tle smile, and again to Lieutenant
James, whom she had met before.
I enjoyed the comedy that I had an
ticipated when I saw Mrs. Westin
emerge from the house. She was a
monomaniac on the subject of social
position and, hoping to better her own
through her daughter's marriage, she
fussed terribly every time Marie made
a new acquaintance.
"Now, who do you suppose that girl
has Introduced to Marie?" she ques
tioned me, throwing out her hands
with a helpless gesture. "You meet all
kinds of people in a boarding house."
"You do, indeed," I said to myself.
But aloud, "I don't know this officer,"
adding mentally, "So a first lieutenant
won't do for Marie!" I had heard
that Mrs. Weston war looking for at
least a captain.
As we flocked In to dinner, Lieuten
ant Dorr was presented to the rest of
us and, to Mrs. Weston's displeasure,
he had been placed next to Marie.
Marie was not the type I admired. I
decided; the black lashes that drooped
so modestly over Marie's blue eyes
exasperated; they looked artificial to
me. I was beginning to suspect my.
self of prejudice when, suddenly, my
eyes encountered the brown ones of
Lieutenant Dorr, and, confused, I
turned away to converse with Llenteo.
I at James on my right.
He and Dorr were "baching" It
while Dorr's family were away, he In.
formed me, and then he launched upon
a eulogy of lieutenant Dorr. He was
as good as his name would have In
dicated it it had been written in
French. Why, Dorr, he said, had saew
rrlfced the large Income from his bsd
msse when be enlisted as soon as was
was declared. Bo Lieutenant Dorr was
one of the wealthy and soelally promnl
neat Dorrs of El Pasol And Mrs.
Weston was trying to sgnal Marse net
to be so cordial to him 1
For a reason, which I discovered
later, this manassing matron had not
been averse to having her daughter ro
Scave the attentions of blonde, loqua.
loss Lieutenant James. But she had
made a mistake about his status, too,
which came to her u a crushlng blow
L when de heard of It. It was Jack
who told me about It, In his slangy
Sasheon, as I labored over a pile of
hig saping socks in my bedroom the
"Gee, SB, you oughta heard that
ole hen bawl Marie out when sh
learned that the one gilt bar as Iua
tenant James' shoulder was Ielg
of a secod lieutenant Itead a
aptain, as she had supposed."
E very evening after this disappolt
tag discovery Mrs. Weston drew her
daughter's arm within her own ate
dinner and took her for a walk. It was
a week later when she fend out her
msltake concerning Lieutenant Der.
Miss a mith had Jot told her about his
premsaece when he, i a lorg, blaek,
a glq car, drew up to the dear, weao
S1a two aslver bars a his shoulder i
stead of one, as formerty. Mrs. Weston
Smade no mistake about ilsignia a ,
and she knew that he had beea pee.
meted to a captalaQ.
S Sh was s attetlve to hm at da
nar that I eaud me that Marie was
e mbemrrassed. I aveMded the nasteep
Safterward n sheer disgust *Mb Im
N se, sdipplng away to the pille In the
Sparter, where I bega sety n play a
fw hpn nseotmre. I was fpling moge
n pan tha Ptoesure ' r am my a uem.
Sme, be ase the pano w at at
· tne, wh I traned to fhee IdUatenet
d, Der, hat i ed, aski nL Jack and
* gto drive I o aeptedrirk boI%
I teer with alamct. My bout bet
wq drr a iade, a petuas
as .but a me t asemed me-e M
dving to Paradise. I was n me hl to
h se a mint a as news a on
dm Mras. Weston, whom woe m
SawaItin as tig in th teda ham
th Sbor. o wmddled forward.
S "Oh, Captai Dow, I raed to on.
Spatlats you a pr y ew rmtlon. Al
low met" iad se thrust forth a
The newlreds aptu took it sd
rmrmured his thaneaks but as Mrs Weo
ton tued to me with more odslei
he met the eyes Leateant Jame
with n tentil ant d delierae
ak U one brwn ey
"Oh, bor il ecamd . tea
"Di yo see Capta La Don wiakt as,
I thaght you sad It was esmn i
wink, Sue Leagies."
Woll, I mup It endsCO s thU
d e an wink Ike OCaptai Dortr," I
coneded, "o ecaso, you may."
"It's a pity Mrs. Westlea spls her
daughter's pledmsure so," I said Isei
erty, becsae forw hebrst tim i am
1e I was Jealous. "Marie ha to
muc pride to make any advanes to
a admirSer her mothe has eamoe
Captai Dorr picked up his gtar
rnd, with laughlag eyes aon atae, be
sn& "ou Mean Somebody, Dartilg,
but 'a Doa't Mean Me" .
I received a preserathlst then
what etig Lieteant Deon" was
to bring me. Blis uspeakable in be
* the brt lady of hi eart
sad then Paguldh La arting, for he
wen to face the enemy, leaving me
dly dewdrops for memorlies-those at
grle sL my eyes, but one of hope
gilst'w'iar on me finhrr.
Gold Peuni in Nes leatia,,
OCmel MeYam at Tarmotbh, N. IL
1 espe It is repsted that rich odbones.
'1g quarta has eae struck a property
at Ma lea Dr nos Qumes com , I
t e Yarmouth e ,imel r Ct 'the
Srlllmday devalkpmnt was emned.
e a rumetly, a quant Is b ein
Snm ent eu m euted. It is ass e
Speriaot a t et r u stu has been utd
Sr s en the "suth Rabbit" lind,
Edega Soren, an et shore have
weinga aoe ewy spring. ga I
,a diet ged opened up a geest1
Im ut qandirndig ng di ed
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