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LATTA & HAPPER
TJ. S. TO HAVE A
1 ormn Martae. Hospital Service T Be
Given a WMr Scape With Largrer
Duties te rerCerm.
Washington, T. C, Nov. 19. Prospect
.f an extra session of congress has
-riven renewed hope to the advocates of
the early establishment by the federal
-corernment ot a department of public
uraJth. The Democratic platform is
! Udgefl to legislation if this character.
nd it is believed that tire-Owen bill. !n
fioduced at the last session, or a sim
ilar measure authorizing the creation i-t
ich a department, will receive early-j
Th. A -nerican MedicaJLassociatioaAag
-endorsed the OMn hill. Sb-WHtfaro C
" oodward. health officer of the XMs-
To Sufferers From
You. attention is invited to an Bng- j
i -h Remedy for tuberculosis -which for !
-ometime has been used in Europe with j
wonderful success. Its claims have been j
investigated and are vouched for by j
- eputable authorities and the benefits j
lerived by its users are little short of
Tt :. . -L-J L.. C I- t -L- . f
pieacMpea os JC7u;usn pnystcians.
Tt costs nothing to investigate and it
f rtainly will well repay suffereis from
tuberculosis, in any form, to do so.
Address inquiries to Chas. H. Stevens.
i are The Herald. Adv.
trict of Columbia, is in favor of rhis
measure, as are prominent medical au
thorities throughout the country.
The combining of all services wnA-.
j ing for public health under one head.
"cuj i eiuutin inem irom me vari
ous government interests with which
they are now connected, is the object of
the proposed formation of a department
of public health.
The public health service is the
largest agency of the government main
tained in the interest of the health uf
the country. Originally it was known
as the marine hospital service, its du
ties being concerned entirely -with ma
By degrees, however, certain sani
tary duties were assigned to it. With
the yellow fever outbreaks there was
.created a . national boartfc of health.
'Friction between the board and the-marine
hospital service subsequently de
veloped, congress finally repealing the
act whicl created the board.
The Spooner bill, in 1909, for a de
partment of public health, led to the
adoption of a compromise measure, au
thorizing an enlargement of the duties '
ot tne marine hospital service. In 1902
the name of this government institution
was changed to the 'public health and
marine hospital service.
Astiil further change in the name
was effected through the Mann bill,
passed at the last session, establishing
the title of the department as the pub
lic health service.
Not-withstanding the various changes
brought about, the claim is made by
those who favor the establishment of a
department of public health that the
work of the public health service is
inadequate. All the services working
for the public health of the country,
they assert, should be correlated into
one organization, as proposed in the
American Women Have More Temperament, But
Better Manners, Than Spanish, Says Mile. Bori
ATTACK IS MADE ON
Xow I shall see that wonderful sight,
the first night of the opera season of
New Tork. They tell me it is so extra
ordinary, with the marvelous frocks
and .Jewels. I doabt If I will be able j
to keep my eyes from stray'ng around i
"Already I love- the opera house. It
Jsrsgt. dignified and so. vast. and.it mast
a ueaumoi nciXRiuiia ior ine
women's frocks. American women al
ways think of that, do they not? And
how wonderfully they dress, what
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Every Day Menu
Tea, Black or Green'
Milk . . . :
Ham Sandwiches with Bread or Bias .
Beef Sandwiches with Bread or Bins . .
Egg Sandwiches widi Bread or' Buns . .
Cheese Sandwich Swiss.
Chicken Sandwich, Bread or Buns
Hot Roast Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Bread & Gravy
Meat Pot Pie '. J"
English Beef Stew with Vegetables (Bow!) .1-. .".V.V.".
Chili Con Came -.........
Boston Baked Pork & Beans ......'. 1 .".".".'. Y."
Potato Salad with Bread ,-.-" '..Y.V.'.
Eggs (2) Any Style Bread or Toast . , '.'.
Vegetables m '
Cereals, of all kinds (half and half) '"
Hot Cakes or Waffles, Maple Synip ..i........
Pies of all kinds, per cut ".
Cake of all kinds, per cut . . . . .v . ' "
Coffee Cake, per cut ...
Apple Sauce. Prunes and other Smtces
Fruit Salads .V.V..1 '.'.'.
Grape Fruit (half) I ! ! I '
Orange whole or sliced -. ." - !-.-J."
Baked Apple with Cream . ; ....."! ""-
Cup Custard. Rice or ether Pudf&i with Cr'eaoi
Short Orders of All Kinds a Special Feature
Our Special Dishes Change Daily
We Purchase the Best the Market Affords
Our Own Pastries and Home Cooking.
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loo young," she replied, in quick, jerky fJL B. JBB; E:4K
Frpnch with uravinv hnmmtnp-.hif'.l T B -. flBRIp WlHH
gestures of the hands. fi M 'SSr ' iBHB
The Ideal Age. I f B.' , jf JBk 9K
"There are so many things I want to ! KLhSbHs HlSBfe JBMSt sjB
lo and sins, and . I am always being ! fKSS9B&?r milBSS? sBR SHW
told. 'You are still too young.' as if one I iKKBP? M UH flBB
mW m i K MMbx 9hBH
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MaS Si iBBl S
r"-N 0k ' '''tain cold exterior. It is her bring- KGiSEMglKH
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niakes many movements of the hand, , BinmHB
V wnen tt is often nothing but a man- 'QUlHnHaK&&aiHI'VVL'
1S'7 iicr rhiiosopky. mBBrjf fJsBHHSy'
CeBBHel for Sew Verk .learaal ef Cera
Bieree Declares laiv Strikes Dona
Washington. D. C, Nov. 19. The
opening attack upon the constitution
ality of the sections of the recent postal
appropriation act requiring newspapers
to give postal authorities access to
their circulation records and to publish
he names of their stockholders and
bondholders, as well as to label paid
objections. To the business man they
are real and alarming."
The attorneys warn lawyers, doctors
ami other professional men that if this
act is upheld, congress may equally re
qaire them to publish and disclose tha
names of their clients.
made nexore tne supreme court in a
printed brief filed, by Robert C. Morris
and G. B. Plante. on behalf of the Jour,
nal of Commerce & Commercial Bulle
tin of New York. The case is set for
argument orally on December 2.
"Absolutely no authority can be
found for a contention that the pro
visions complained of in this act was
enacted for the public benefit," de
clared the attorneys for tr-e news
papers. "Neither the government nor
the public at large can be benefited by
the knowledge of the private business
affairs and the financial affairs of
the owners of a newspaper.
"On the other hand provisions ob
jected to in the act are more than un
reasonable in their demands upon the
owner of a newspaper. They are per
down private rightsulware:enpter.l
niciously inquisitorial. They strike
down private rights and invade per
sonal freedom and destroy private
property in that they ruin the publica
tion if it refuses to meet their arbi
trary demands, for ruin would surely
DKL.1WARK SKRBSADBRS SHOOT
MEMBERS OP TVBDDrNG PARTY.
Wilmington, DeL, Nov. 19. Two
members of a wedding party at Green
wood. Del., were shot by serenaders.
Martin Wiley, 42 years old. a promi
nent resident of the place, will die.
John Collins, a young farmer, is in a
political articles as advertisements was iscriou..coadittpiw
After the marriage of iottie Lass
and Homer Lynch, the couple held .i
-eceDtion at the home of the bride. A
J irowd of serenaders kept up a din out-
side the house for an hour. Final,
-when none of the wedding party ap
peared, some one in the crowd yelled
"Shoot through the door." This was
t.he signal for dozens of shots. Wilev
and Collins were injured in the first
DALLAM COrXTY OFFICIALS
ARE IXDrCTED IXTO OFFICE.
Dalhart, Texas, Nov. 19. The follow
ing county officers for Dallam county
have been inducted into office for the
ensuing two years:
T. S. Hills, county judge; Roy Thomp
son, county and district clerk: H. C.
Floyd, tax assessor; J. E- McCanless,
sheriff and tax collector; Chas. B.
Smith, surveyor; S. H. Dillenger. treas
urer; B. N. Richards, county attorney;'
N. G. Coffer, justice; J. E. Hampton.
constable: Seth Ward. commisaioneT
first district. Texline. Texas: Peter F.
follow the denial of the privileges of Frederick, commissioner, second dis-
Mile. Lucrezia Bori. Younjj aHd Beautiful Soprano at the Metropolitan Opera A
House, Who Thinks oe the Ideal Ase for Women.
By Margaret H ubhard Ayer.
T say that I am 23: make
24, and oh, how I wish I
were SO!" exclaimed that
brilliant Spanish songbird. Mile. Lm-crej-.ra
Bori, and In dead earnest, too.
Luckily, the substantial upholstery
of the Hotel Rector furniture upheld
me, as I sat talking to our latest, most
fascinating grand opera singer, when
she sprang this astonishing announce
ment. "Why do you want to be 30T I in
quired, still doubting my ears.
"GETS-IT' ' Will Get
Almost Like Magle. GuarBatr'-il
You'll QhU Everything Else for
Any corn -t loves to be cut and !
gouged, but mightv rough on you.
Plasters and tatves usually take away
some of the toe with them, and ieae
the corn to flourish.
The new corn cure "GETS-IT" is per
fectly harmless to the healthy flesh,
but It does go for a corn, bunion, cal
lous or wart right off the reel. The
corn shrivels away from the healthv
flesh and drops off.
You can applv ' GETS-IT" in two
seconds and it begins, it work nht
off. Pretty soon you'll forsn t jou
ever had corns or bunions.
"GETS-IT" is sold at all druguist.
at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt
of price b I: l.iu rence &- Co, Chicago
tAu i-rt.seiatnt )
"Oh, I'm tired of always being called
too young," she replied, in quick, jerky
French, with waving, humming-bird
gestures of the hands.
The Ideal Acre.
"There are so many things I want to J
-lo and sing, and . I am always being !
told, 'You are still too young," as if one I
had to wait for tne years to learn i
tnings wfrch one knows by Instinct,
said the singer, with utmost contempt.
"But here in America, I am convinced
that 30 is the ideal age. Oh, no, I don't
know why; I have not analyzed it. But
women of 30, they are still young with
out having to be reproached for their
"I'm afraM that if the Americans '
will only like me and my voice I shall
become quite wild about them. People
talk a great deal about the tempera
ment of the Spanish women, but I can
assure you that the American woman
has much more temperament than the
i woman of Spain; only you see, the
' American woman has better manners
and hides that temperament behind a
, ( ertain cold exterior. It is her bring
ing up that makes her seem cold.
I "The Spanish woman, on the con
! trary, gesticulates a great deal. She
niakes many movements of the hand,
she sways from the hips, and that is
all called a display of temperament,
when it is often nothing but a man
nerism. "Gestures don't mean temperament."
Here is Mile. Bori's philosophy of
life, a good one for anybody to follow, i
inougn ii may not leaa every gin to
the Metropolitan opera house.
"I believe in being happy, and T am
happy " said the young woman who ie
already a famous singer, and not quite
2 "When I am assa'led with doubt
or trouble, I think to myself, 'remem
ber all vou have to be happy about
and the future that is before you. You
should not be unhappy now,' and I de
lermiue iu oe napp3 .
"In the act Individual injury is in
flicted without any corresponding bene
fit to society. If the corporation i do
ing business on borrowed money for
which it has issued its notes or other
obligations, it must publish to th
world the holders of such obligations.
to the annoyance of such lenders and
the endangering of its credit. It must
show the vulnerable spots in its finan
cial armor for the benefit of its com
petitors and enemies. Banks and other
large financial institutions will refuse
to loan It money for fear that they
will be held out and advertised as sup
porting or controllng its editorial or
political policy. Nor are these fanciful
trict. Dalhart, Texas.. J. W. Dawson.
commissioner, third district. Conlen.
Texas; Joe Chick, commissioner, fourth
district. Buffalo Springs, Texas.
"HOLY JUMPERS" ARE BURNED
WHEN LAMP IS OVERTURNED.
Durham. N. C Nov. 19. One woman
was fatally injured and a score were
seriously burned when an overturned
lamp set fire to a building in which
the Holiness church, sometimes known
as the "Holy Jumpers," was holding
Its annual convention.
A snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lumber Ce. Adv.
Quarter Sawed Golden Oak Dining Chairs,
genuine leather seat, an unusually hand
some chair, well worth $2.50, special
exclaimed the enthusiastic-
try not to expect too much and to be
contented. When T was told that I
should sing the first week of the opera
; season, i merelv said very well, and
belieMns that the great honor of open
j ing: vour opera house would not be for
I me. I was plad to be heard the first
I ni-fk and was haupv about thit
I "Thin suddenly M. Gatti came up and
i asked me to sing Manon on the open
, ins nisrht f was so overcome that I
i ud 'X i," T i t ' Th utrh rf- eours
i it nji iht tluut, I wanted to Uo most.
"Yesterday I v,. d down Fifth ave
nue with my fa; It astounded us
to see so many woll dressed women:
so many beautiful women, and I said
to htm, 'You see, pap. there is not one
ngly woman to be seen ' And the girls
For the rest T j in the shops are beautiful too. and so
wonderfully well dressed, so chic Yes,
that is the word for it. You call it
smart, don't ou"'
WEXICW !S STAUBKD AT
HiLU'OX DURING A FIGHT.
Wilicox. Ariz.. Nov. 19. As a result
of a fitrht a huh came up over a card
game in the Midway saloon, a Mexi
can, named Francisco Mesa, was
stabbed in the left side, and slashed
nn thi- arm-- and nri--t' Cal Musgrae
chiisJ wiiu doiu the stabbing.
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