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Recently S. A. Fearce of Westport,
find., bought a two-months-old fox ter
rier. A few days ago the four-year
:old daughter of Rev. C. L. Carml
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and told her mother: "Oh, mamma,
Mrs. Pearce has a little white dog
trimmed in black. Indianapolis
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Sacrifice to the Fire Fiend.
Completely hemmed in by flames
While fighting a forest fire recently
'near Penfield, on the Low Grade
branch, Joseph Golla, section foreman,
who is aged sixty-four, promptly or
ganized his gang to conquer the
flames. Leading his men with youth
ful vigor, he became separated from
them. The fire suddenly encircled
ihim. To save his life he had to make
a blind dash through the wall of fire.
His beard, which had embellished his
chin for the greater part of his forty
rears of service, was wholly burned
What He Wanted.
A Frenchman and his wife came to
Sngland. She had relatives at
Manchester, so it was arranged that
he should take her there, returning
by himself to London, where be had
.business. His request to the booking
jofflce clerk was as follows:
i "Give me, if you please, two tickets
!to Manchestaire. One for me, to go
land to come back. One for my wife,
Jto go but not to come back."-London
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Big Happenings of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
Washington Interstate commerce
committee plans to resume hearings
on issue of consolidation of railroads of
the United States into 19 groups.
WashingtonGray Silver ot Farm
Bureau Federation assails position
taken by Senator W. B. McKinley, Il
linois, against Ford Muscle Shoals
WashingtonWoman's party an
nounces that states have enacted leg
islation removing discriminations
against 4,000,000 women.
WashingtonTendency toward en
croachment on powers of states to reg
ulate railroads must cease, says head
of railway utilities commission asso
WashingtonDepartment of agricul
ture estimates world wheat production
for 1922 exclusive of Russia and Mexi
co at 3,019,526,000 bushels.
WashingtonThe German ambas'sa
dor, Dr. Otto Weidfeldt, returned to his
p.jr,t here, after a brief business trip
WashingtonNearly 10,000 aliens
became naturalized citizens of the Uni
ted States during July. Labor depart
ment figures credit Italy with 1,364.
WashingtonFormal withdrawal of
Nicaragua from the League of Na
tions, the first such defection since its
formation, is being contemplated by
the Nicaraguan government, it was
learned from authoritative sources.
Burden of League financial support is
given as reason.
WashingtonSecretary Weeks has
accepted the application for retire
ment from active service made by
Maj. Gen. Charles J. Bailey, command
ing the Third corps area, with head
quarters at Baltimore, Md. Major Gen
eral Bailey, on the date of retirement,
December 1, will have concluded 46
years' continuous service.
WashingtonUnited States Chamber
of Commerce urging collection of
checks at par, says nominal universal
charge of one-tenth of 1 per cent would
cost $157,000,000 annually.
Washington Railroad executives
through T. De Witt Cuyler deny re
ports of conferences to settle shop
strike declare strike collapse is in
sight, that many strikers have return
ed to work and that 305,000 men now
are employed in shops.
ChicagoThe 15-year search of
Mrs. Mary Neumann of Brooklyn for
her daughter, placed in a children's
home as a baby, ended here when the
girl was found, having been adopted
from a childrens home.
Tulsa, Okla.Tommy Tucker, 18
years old, amateur flier, and Archie J.
Stowell, 28 years old, professional
aviator, were killed here when their
plane fell 350 feet.
BostonSenator Cabot Lodge was
renominated by the Republicans by a i
majority over Joseph Walker which
had reached 40,000 in the returns
from two-thirds of the cities and
towns outside of Boston.
New YorkPola "Negri, Polish
screen star, arrived on the Majestic)
bound for Los Angeles to appear in
El Paso, TexasCamp Furlong, at
Columbus, N. M., is to be abandoned
in a short time by orders of the War
department. Two battalions of the
Twenty-fourth infantry, (Negro) will
be moved to Fort Benning, Georgia.
Baldwin, L. I.Long Island's oldest
woman, Mrs. Hanna Eldred, is 100
years old. She hummed modern tunes,
even jazz melodies, as she did a big
ironing in the home of her eldest
San AntonioRefusal of the Texas
democrats to take a stand on the Ku
Klux Klan and the subsequent an
nouncement that an anti-Ku Klux Klan
political party will be organized in
Texas featured the last day's session
of the state democratic convention
Altus, Okla.A 250 foot railroad
bridge, five miles west of here on the
main line of the St. Louis & San Fran
cisco railway was destroyed by fire
shortly after a westbound passenger
train had passed.
Columbus, OhioFollowing reports
of an investigating committee that
inmates had been subjected to "exces
sive, indiscriminate and uncontrolled
punishment," that they were forced to
wear iron shackles for months at a
time and that food served was unsani
tary, Dr. H. S. Macayel, state director
of public welfare, dismissed R. C.
Hastings as superintendent of the
boys' industrial school at Lancaster.
New YorkRear Admiral Hugo Os
terhaus, United States navy, retired,
announced upon his return from
France that he would go at once to
Washington to lodge a formal protest
with the State department, charging
that the French were censoring the
mail of American citizens visiting in
the French zone of occupation in Ger
Lansing, Mich.Total asests of the
Ford Motor company are $409,820,-
132.92, acording to the annual finan
cial statement filed in the office of the
secretary of state in connection with
the corporation tax returns of the con
cern, which paid the maximum fee of
Cincinnati, O.Twenty-three passen
ger trains on the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad were annulled according to G.
D. Brooks, superintendent of transpor
tation, who said the cancellations
were to relieve men and motive and
freight equipment to facilitate move
ment of coal.
Rhinelander, Wis.Ruth Emerson,
aged 16, high school pupil, was killed
when an automobile, driven by Walter
Cole, overturned on a road near the
fair grounds. Four other occupants of
the car were slightly bruised.
WinonaThe body of a baby girl,
several days old, was found in the
Mississippi river at Trempealeau, Wi,
It bore no marks of violence and has
not been identified.
Minot, S. D E. R. Sinkler, of Min
ot, indorsed by the nonpartisan league
faction of the republican state central
committee as candidate for attorney
general, says he will not accept the
nomination. He gave as his reasoD
that personal business would not per
Van Hook, N. D.Gus Sather, who
runs a large farm near here, threshed
11,585 bushels of wheat from 340
acres, an average of better than 34
bushels to the acre. The wheat is of
excellent quality, weighing 62 pounds
to the bushel.
Harlem, Mont.Fred Oster and
Dave Burlingame, who own and drove
the team of goats which this summer
left St. Louis to mark the Glacier
trail, left here on the windup of their
journey this week. They will make
the last lap in a hurry, in order to re
turn to the Minnesota university.
Miles City, Mont.The restocking
of the cattle ranges of Eastern Mon
tana is proceeding steadily. The past
week one rancher, Kenneth McLean
supervised the unloading of 1,500
Pierre, S. D.Preference in freight
shipments in South Dakota will be
given to grain of all kinds, potatoes,
livestock, perishable products and
other forms of food and fuel, the
State Railroad commission decreed in
an order issued to all railroads doing
business in the state.
Bismarck, N. D.The Nonpartisan
League has named William C. Lempke
as a running mate for Lynn J. Fra
zer, for congress.
Shell Lake, Wis.With her clothing
in flames, Mrs. S. J. Nelson ran Into
the ^yard of her home and rolled on
the 'ground, thus extinguishing the
flames. She was seriously burned,
but doctors hope to save her life. The
Nelson home was destroyed.
Sioux Falls, S. D Harold Mason
post of the American legion recom
mended that an American legion post
be established at the state prison. It
was pointed out that fully 100 former
service men are now inmate* of the
South Dakota penitentiary.
Presho, S. D The people of Lyman
county will not go cold this winter
even if coal is scarce. The farmers are
already declaring their intention of
burning corn in preference to buying
high priced coal. Wood is not avail
able to many.
Aberdeen, S. D.Earl V. Chesbro,
first baseman for the Aberdeen club
of the Dakota league, has been sold to
the Des Moines club of the Western
league, according to Sam Calmenson,
president of the Aberdeen club. The
purchase price was not made public.
Hibbing, Minn.That no financial
aid can be expected from the village
in view of depleted finances and that
any assistance must come from the
township was the substance of the
talk by Manager Ralph Bogan, of the
Hibbing football team. Bullien, who
was selected as coach, will begin
work at once, pending the financing.
It was decided to notify Rube Ursula.
Of Minneapolis, not to come until fur
ther arrangements are made.
Regina, Sask.The total value of
farm produce, grain crops, and live
stock produced in the province of Sas
katchewan during the year 1921 was
$44,937,773, according to the annual re
port of the department of agriculture.
This was made up of grain crops
(wheat, oats and rye), $210,743,073
field crops (barley and flax), $14,965,-
000 farm products, $32,914,436 and
live stock $186,326,264.
BerlinDollar exchange has been
the subject of a concerted attack by
German consumers who protest
against using the dollar as a basis for
fixing domestic prices. Buyers are
stocking up on dollars, owing to un
certain market in other moneys. Re
tail prices have risen more rapidly
than the exchange because the store
keepers have fixed their quotations on
what they expect the new stocks to
BerlinThe German minister of
economics has ordered all municipali
ties to devise a system for taxing
gluttons both for food and drink. Un
der the plan proposed, Germans who
stuff themselves with more than 300
marks worth of food must pay a tax
ranging from 50 to 100 per cent, ac
cording to a graduated index. Simi
lar taxes are proposed for bars, which
is regarded in certain circles as an
other slap at foreigners.
LondonA telegram received here
states that tropical malaria has brok
en out in epidemic form in the Volga
valley, where from 20 to 40 per cent
of the population is affected.
BudapestThe exportation of grain
has been prohibited by the Hungarian
government, as the crop outlook
shows no surplus over the needs of
the population. The measure, it ia
believed, will further aggravate the
food situation in Austria.
RomeThe new statue of Madonna
di Loretta, which replaces the fam
ous black cedar statue burned last
year in the fight at Loretta cathedral,
was taken to Loretta, an Adriatic
town 300 miles from Rome.
ManilaAmerica's anthem, "The
Star Spangled Banner," is causing
friction between American soldiers
and Filipinos, according to Dr. T. P.
Pardo de Tavera, Filipino member of
the first Philippine commission In
the Taft regime. Soldiers, he stated
in a letter to Mayor Fernandez, are
enforcing in no gentle way the custom
ary honors Jo the anthem.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH, MINN.
1922, Western Newspaper Union.)
"Whatever turn the path may tr'
to left or right,
I think it follows
The tracing of a wiser hand through
dark and light,
Across the hills an* in the shady
The wholesome chestnut is one of
the most popular nuts. Chestnuts con
tain starch and
are more digesti-
ble if cooked.
They may be
roasted or boiled.
In either case the
shell is scored
and when ooked,
that and the In
ner brown skin are easily removed.
In sections where the nuts grow one
may serve them In numberless ways.
When bought in the city markets at
twenty-flve to thirty cents a pound we
do not feel like serving them In place
of potatoes as a vegetable.
Chestnut Stuffing.Shell one quart
of large chestnuts, pour over them
boiling water and remove the brown
skin. Boll In stock until tender, then
mash fine season with salt, pepper,
one teaspoonful of chopped parsley,
moisten with melted butter and a
spoonful or two of apple sauce and
enough fine cracker crumbs to made
of the right consistency.
Mashed Chestnuts. Shell and
blanch good-sized chestnuts, cook In a
quart of milk until tender, add two
tablespoonfuls of butter, one teaspoon
ful of sugar and a teaspoonful of salt.
Rub through a sieve and serve in a
vegetable dish dot with bits of but
Compote of Marroons.Shell and
blanch *a pound or more of firm, white
chestnuts. Cook until tender in a very
little water. Remove the chestnuts
and to the water add a cupful of
sugar, the grated rind of half a lemon,
the juice of two lemons, cook until a
heavy sirup is formed, then add the
chestnuts and pour boiling hot Into a
Jar and seal. These are delicious as a
garnish for various puddings, ices and
Italian Chestnuts.Take two pounds
of large chestnuts, shell and blanch.
Peel and cut up four red onions, stew
them In butter until soft but not
brown, add the chestnuts and cook In
enough soup stock to keep them from
scorching. Season and add four large
apples sliced, when the chestnuts are
nearly done. Simmer until done add
sugar to taste. This is a very rich
flavored dish and well worth trying.
Blood-red briars, tipped with
ness, drooping from the
Ripened trees, whose leaves hang
heavy, waiting for the top of
All the air a-shrill with, song in
finitesimal, soon lost
Silence only in the forest, to cool
A CHAPTER ON CAKES
A cake which is unusual and rerj
good is easily prepared as follows:
Graham Cracker Cake.
Cream two tablespoon
fuls of butter, add one
and one-fourth cupfuls of
sugar, one and one-half
cupfuls of sour milk, two
eggs, 32 graham crackers
rolled very fine, a little
lemon extract, salt, and
one teaspoonful of soda.
Mix and bake in layers.
Fill with lemon filling.
Rochester Chocolate Cake.Cream
one-fourth of a cupful of butter, add
one cupful of sugar gradually add
two squares of melted chocolate, two
eggs well beaten, one-half cupftil of
milk, one and one-third cupfuls oi
flour, mixed and sifted with three tea
spoonfuls of baking powder, and one
half teaspoonful of salt. Beat well
add one teaspoonful of vanilla and
bake in a moderate oven 45 minutes.
Ice Cream Frosting.Boll to a
thread two cupfuls of sugar and six
tablespoonfuls of water pour the
sirup gradually over two well-beaten
egg whites beat until thick, flavor with
vanilla and spread over the cake.
Sponge Cake.Beat the yolks of six
eggs until thick add one cupful of
sugar gradually and continue beating]
add one tablespoonful of lemon juice
and grated rind of half a lemon and
whites of eggs beaten stiff. When the
whites are partially mixed put in one
cupful of flour and a little salt Bake
one hour In an angel food pan.
Almond Cake.Cream one-third of
a cupful of butter add one cupful of
sugar, one-fourth of a cupful of milk,
the yolks of six eggs beaten, and one
cupful of flour sifted with one tea
spoonful of baking powder. Flavor
with the grated rind of one lemon.
Beat the whites of the eggs until stiff
add one cupful of sugar and one cup
ful of chopped almonds. Put on top
of the cake when it is ready for the
oven. Bake In a slow oven. This may
be baked In layers and put together
with whipped cream, making a perfect*
ly delicious cake.
Pineapple Filling.This is delicious
for an angel cake. Cook one-fourth
of a cupful of pineapple with one
fourth of a cupful of sugar ten min
utes, then add a tablespoonful of lemon
juice and stir in confectioner's sugar
to make the right consistency. This
may be used for a top or a layer fill
ing for cake.
Wax'wrapped and sealed to keep
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W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 37-1922.
Marriage In Haste.
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"Too many people are married be
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