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THX EVENIWQ HERALD, AtBUQTJEHQUT, H. II.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, Ml
The Evening Herald.
Puhllnht ,1 by
Th revetting lit raid. Inc.
i...r,:. . V.iiiiniu. Manager,
i; 1 Hi ! Jnhtnoitl, I.iliii.r.
orn iui paper (.r ins cujr of
Published eiery afternoon -rrin
e-uiidur. nl 124 North Becond
Mm I, A 1 1 a ut-ri u ', N. M.
Kntcrcd ecnnd-rl matter
t th .o- . . f rt. ,i A Inu'iueniu".
N. M , under tlx Act of March I,
ns month by mall or t errier. I0r
tins week by carrier Ho
year by mull or carrier
In advance 1( 01
Telephone 1(7 and 111.
till; IIOMI.VII Ml .ll.IXt MM-
lYlitlitllH IKIA lit ing emulated
In Ni Mi i... ,n n,,..,,il if ilin tllt
.hi, ti.i.iii h"inii it ml lull drawn up
it. Hi i'ti ct in an , II II. Knmmwiii uf
Nui Mi'Xhii, n loaiing upon which ll
Nil fur Mil, h Siil next. There In
I ii i ! ilniilil I hm n large niiinliiT uf
Menem will li' nei tired as Ibis iiieits
vrf lit niif thii appeal pitrtii ulurly
In llif nmullct 1. 1 ii hi r In llii' state,
ll Ik lifii I tint: with liio Hires un
iltr Iiiit un ti li'iK', or u supplementary
limm-ntr nl '.r Him t-xti'iit, the ai crime
miiiiM Kini r i mi make good ii nil Ihn
law n i,.i.i.i', win tirtatly expedite the
Milling ni uf X w Mexico by the best
rlnM uf scwlcra. Thu iiii-usure l ills
iimlly In I In- interest n ml fur lli wcl
fnri or the limn wlh small or moder
ate men mm. the ninn who In a home
maker mill it ilt- t ItipiT. It hm been
pretty will ili-inunHirntt'il that In a
majority of riim'ii Ho acre or 3-0
uiii'm In nut i lluimh In ml for thu aver
age sheep or caul grower tu make
m nl with his livestock.
Mr. l-YrniiKit'in In hln fmht fur the
lui.il uKP uf 'Ilin lull limy In- fnlll.V W i ll
iiwuii'ti Hint lit' will have the support
of Hie iiiiijnrlty of the people ol the
i in-: mi mm in;.
'I iu-rt- ur tlirpe lyli-n of iiiuilui hp
In Hit- world. Tht-re Ii lhp flmoiilnif
iininlarhf, w lik h in w itlPly know n aa
the Auit'i k'un, ullhough the Turk
mnl. the IVraluna aim wear II; there
M the muBlttihe with the indi turned
n i. mid I la Uerinun the barber
iliuw in Ui-miitii) cnriy In aluck the
inuHiailiti buiiduHi-. whlrh is worn
(liirniK alt-i-p In order tu keep the enda
of the iiuhUk he imiiitinv upward;
ami i.h to la the tuothbrush niualut he,
lilt ll la cut at ru in ht hi runn, au thut
no- tun kika lua wife without fllltntf
tni iiimitli with li.ur und dunk aoup
witliiiul limine l'"'t of It on the way.
The tuuthbriMh nuiMtui lie hua Inr ur
litumr iiittlunullt) it la Jual worn by
mt m of et natj.
K.iiBi r illit lm iaaut-d un order re
nin ly to hla boil Kiiard ti-uinn nl en
Hit- lw-ilin d'upali h ruriN. ullhough
nut Ii no onli r will tie ohi-yed by all
Hit- K'-i'ird rrfiiiitinn Htitiloiied In the
(iiliimn t-uiilul, ii ml u Inn by the reat
uf the liiiiiiaii urin not to wear the
timlhlii iihli inusiui In-. uhkIkiiiiik ua a
rt.ntuii fur i Inn order that Una etyle
nl niuM.u in- ik n"t I it rmiiti. We have
no Uuulit thai many i iti iiiunn wt-ur
I he tiiutlititiixli iiuici.u In, the iiir
inana for lliu ilium nail otilia very
miipilili' iii ni'li ; but ll H"1' (but the
liirmuiia tin nut wear it while, the'
uit- In the nnny. The tiiruiau pri
vate poldier la piiiiiittt-d tu wear a
niiiHiiii he, Imt nut a full beard; and
when be ilnnka hla Klua of beer, und
Klanit-H nt the kniwr'a Imrtrait, with
Ha tipiiirnt il nnihl.n he. hlarlnif at I 'm
(in in Dig wall, where It intaiiuhlv
li.i ii K in nil i )i l man putillt h"U' , he
naturally feeln Unit lua muntai he. it
In- In.t uiie. ii unit ,oint ill the attlue
il, ii . nun The ri al reawiti fur Kainer
UillKiin'it in w older ir lliut linif "l Mi
ni in the line of the muniaibe la an
liiiiliiil fur line mil, l. il) tflul in uni
li.rnun in the t'lHth ami I he troimem
II tie had lilid the pmcl follilliu to
ii'l'.,t the tuiii htinmli in ml. n ho fur
;iil"i nun nl lilid " enii in ". in
Mi.,.1 nl I In- llil lit -tl-up enn. be Wo.lld
l,i nl.le In nv that nit- tuiin-il -up
in:!,'.!, hi' v ik. ii"! i iei iii. i ii ; h:,t hi
li. i-n-. i In.- ill, line uf thin IdinlifvlllK
luli.M l with Ibt kind of niunlMi he
thai l i i nt 1 1 ii K ni if .mil mole to be
t Ii. on .it of I lie v ol in. I
l;mi Hie dr H 'li iiK nniniai lie and
tti,, loot h'i ii ill n.iifi niie I'm iiulnre,
l lie tlr r-t laiiiK ild iiaiuie and I lie
e. .,:! rultivaled liatu'e. ! the
tun. -il up iiiimiai be m holl a work!
,. ait. 'U.iX la the aei rtt of iia nla
luiity In nn uprmnt toition. Jui
wa w.ia tbu lkl of Ilia aburp
p. uiited ). hbh Innih beaux
Mid Italian Kallantl Uaed tu reuard aa
Hie tuiit ' t thing- In th muntai be
line, r or bun' nu n. who lo nut ie
i In nint h en in the mirror mora than
oiii p or iwi tt a day. mnl who do not
r i ti .,i-i'ii.ii barber, the tooth-
iiiufi .i in' K-iotl enoimii. one
. in. il -i Im'.Iih that It ri inainn lu
I, uf n-lf tor the of fir or fur
,,.. i.i n In nl an.!' nil Hunting
priiii.i.i. Wlut in tailed the
Iii,i,. III inltti lie III Hie luirucun
"..! f.iiutn and by Hie ariernoon
tea urniktrn of the tliuwin rooma la
knuKii In thr In., k dmirntn and th
city allt' aa Hie i ruhbinif bi unh
iiuhI' he. bill Ihm diflerene In nam
f.-xm i.ul afferl the tlilnl llw-lf,
ShiiKi'Hii';iri'N row. It In tin muni'
comely, rli imly nnl convenient it u
I m Ii- umli i Imth names.
Tin: i M'ltirs.'
Mr. Mnnnhnn In enngrenn .ventcrday
iniiili- i In- definite mid put-Hivi' charge
Hiiit I hi- ImntilN uf tuirii uf Cli Iniiiu,
I'tilntli mill Minneapolis, mi ullcgcd
i uiiilijiiiitiiin III lentimnt uf trade In
ni nn iltnli.u. arc responsible for the
(null cost uf lit inn.
If I Ink tui'iH out tu lip fait, the
hi' k. i, titiliith mnl Miniii-aiolii
im.irili, if trule belter look out. The
wrmh of the ( 'minium (Pcrcr linn
I" i-n iiri'iiiii.iliiting by slow nnil mcn
' :n stages until II In fiightful In
out tin pin it- what will happen win n
Hm xni In of It are turned Inner We
tint stood ii lot from no mt body. ur
greatest woa linn tn en I hp liiiminilll
Ity of tlli u 1 1 nn who In t lie ibuki- of
our wocn, th" link of an ul'Jut uiuni
lilih lo ciii uur lurin-,ll('d up in
Think of tin- inillioiiH of haipinn
ready In tin- hiimln of mllllunn of
Iinuwwlvi-B, I ho niilliimn of rliT' hptl
Dntn rnrrlcil by niilliom of hnriinnpil
huvlimiilM. Hi" million of wpury col
Ipt'tul'i M-rkini; to nt-rurp fti-lit of
millimii of Iniln uwt-il lo inlllliinn ol
irncprn -think of it nil and Ihpn nlipi'-
ulutc iiiun I lie late of flip (hlruiiii,
Minniiiimlin nnd Imluth lumrdi of
triulp If w fanti-n I', on 'mi.
Kvpn thp larp i Imrifp, unnuiiortpd
by proof in p. In i-nmiKh to rimm-
on our iurt a fppllnit of unythlng tiut
rnvy for Iho nlli-Rod vnliirltn. W'p
wouldn't hp linuril of trail In onv
of thone titlei for a whole county In
A ltlssilll,K I ItK.
It la all very funny to read ubout
the aclona of aome of our beat known
familiea heln delet'ted In the initial
of un eiiterpriMlnn und effeellve mid
ii it i f 1 1 ii Ii It- tiiiiipulKn of chit ken ali-ul-iiik.
Therp In aomclhlng Intrinnlrully
humoroui, we think, In ateallni (hick
ena an long aa they aren't our t hlek
ena. J'tlll, ateallni; chlckena Ii iteal
Iiir. Continued activity in thla brunch
of the purloining Induatry may lead
lu ilea ling lompthlnn more aprloui.
It la the aame old problem, apparent
ly, or Wutan. work and Idle himds.
and the city authnrUtra ai uiual are
up a (a i ml it for a remedy.
It aeema quite reuaonahle to nippoae
that development of the manual train
ing and IndUHtrlul education Idea In
the public nchiMiln may help to aolve
the prulilem of I he imall bud boy. If
I he bid la taiiKht to line hla hands for
noiiielhlnK mure imcreMlng. fnthua
Iiik and prai tlml than lifting fowla off
the midnight rooat, he will forget
about Ibo lure of amateur Juvenll
rrackanuiiiNhip. Get Tilm auftlcienlly
inlerenled In thii work nnd he w'U
have Ideaa to carry out in hln nho,i
at home. The nvpriige normiil tioy
hua Juat hi muih an Incllnittlon to
tinker an he rum to men I. Anything
that keepi him tinkering, keepa him
at coiiHti iiiilve work, even though It
be but rudimentary, that keep hln
mind and bin handn wholemmely oc
cupied, la gniiig to keep Satau'i aug
geatluna out of bin head. An Idle
lira I ii. It ban been long alme itated,
in the devl'.'a own private workahop
l-et get then hovn' hrainn and handn
buay and Mephlniophelei will have In
Innk elm-where fur beadnuarteia
ii:tiis or miMH.KN'
While fatalities from burning urc
but a minor fraction of the molality
from preventable causes, they are ailf
lliienlly numerous to warrant an at
tempt lo prevent them. Thla la espe
cially tiue of deaths of children from
burning. In this country there are
few a .'ii liable correct alalislli a on the
Miilijeet. In Kiml.ilid. however. It In
different, there Hie HtatlntUs aic not
only ilept mlalilp, but available. Dr.
Ilrind has compiled and anulyaed the
data regarding deaths of children
from humliitc. The resulia are re
printed and ciiminented on In a recent
ir-iip of The Journal of the American
Mtiluul Annuel, ilmn. Prom the yearn
Inn tu Inll hi' f"lind Hint up to the
ice of Ij there weie buya and 231
rfiiU bullied, fmin I In I, there were
l.ttKJ ),,) and I MS girln; from 4 to
r.. :ish liun end 775 girln; from & to
lo. .Iks boys und 1,427 pit Is. and from
Id to lu, k0 boyn and 130 gliia. It
in at oiii p etitlent that there la a
muiked dirfeieiup between the nmr
tulity of Inn a and girl. This differ-
i me ! pmliaMv due to the different
tpe of tinlhing wurn by the two
M'Xea. I p to ahoiit the ages of 3 ami
3, iioya and girls are dressed alike.
Kmin I to 4 the boys put on the
simpler mala attire and there la an
abrupt and marked fall In the mor
tality from burning. There has been
much condemnation of the material
known as flannelet, which la a very
in'lainmuble tlolh. although from the
fig urea o.U'tlt-d It would seem thut II
is not st, mm ii th material aa th
sttle of clothing which leads lo loan
of lif. Kur other reasona a well,
namely, freedom of movement, belter
hygiene and general coat of Mulblng,
there would seem to be detnund
for a further simplification of lh
manner of dreasliig girl. .arllculurly J
tlp.. of the younger Me.
TuM.MY miyi that the great u-.en
lorn In l'i'brimr were tleorge Wash
ington. Alirabmn l.lneuin. HI. Valen
tine and HI. oroiindhog.
niirill'., Minn Hooligan did not at
tend the lunhl gentian, but ahp'i go
In' lo nn Irmh on St. Patrick's dH.v.
Hn.MH tll.VK In Hip 'Traflirnan"
who acema to he gr'ttliig ahead of bin
ninrv decliirei Pprltig begmn In I'cb-
I'lty he couldn't hVP krpt quiet
a while. You know what it will do
ntart a lot of half linked rhvmcn
ten to writing doggerel long before
we lire ready lo publlnh our own
really metilnrloua poetry appropriate
to the neiinon.
Too ltn 'I i Talent.
"Where la that barber who uned
In hm the end chair'.'" naked the
"W had to p him go." replied
the lionn. "lie had too much talent."
"Whaddy ye mean, talent "" anked
"Hp got an he lllipttraled hln atnr
lea with coin when lie win ihavilig
people." explained the bona.
WH I Nt'T know what he hua on
hla mind, but anyway Colonel llartU
handed ui thin one, right In the lol.
"Man'a Inhuinanltjr In Man.
Makin counllena Ihtmaandn mourn
I'lllcd with aorrow they cry In pain
and wlnh they never had been
Man'a Ingratitude In Man
Makea other thouaanda iwear. rave
round nnd nhed large CuaaMirdn
Onaah teeth and Tear their Hair."
A PiinxrXCiATIfiV ahurp aayi
the builder of the Panama canal Ii
called "(loat-nlln " We cannot aee
that an animal of that variety hm any
place In nil nunn nr lutui u.
AX A M Kit ICA X cruine hai again
broken the world'i record for gun
nery. Xothlng to It. Vi Ynnkeea
nhooti what we ilinut when we (hoot
IT IR IDI.K folly In luppoie. that
lifter vlnltlng Albuiiieriue the Moon
aanltarium committee could think of
locating that two million dollar mnl
tarlum anywhere clae.
WHY WOP.K for a living, when
you can holtl up any old train and
tarry off from Ito.oon to 100.040 in
ready .money ?
; THE BATHS WITH
-It waa a stock remark that "puople
lie their beudn In time of fire." but
there ere.' quite as many. Instances of
their having unwonted itxilncni at
such a lime, bum John F. Woodhull,
Ph. 1)., In the March lesue of 'The
.Mother's Muguxlne." I'ndoubtedly it
has never entered the heads of many
persons thut fire can not burn un
lens supplied with a large volume of
air, and It is very easy tu check any
fire in its eurly atuges by restraining
ita supply of air.
A kettle of fut caught lite upon
(he kitchen stove. The cook, surc'y a
heroine although a, miaguldcd one.
seised the bull of the kettle and with
the (tunica pluying upon her bur
handn ruahed w ith It to the sink She
hud an Indistinct thought that water
haa some magic power to quench
nr. Setting the burning fat under
the faucet she turned on the water.
Tim being heavier than the greuse,
went to the bottom of the kettle and
flouted the burning fat out over th
kitchen floor, thus selling; fire to the
Four gullor.s of air are required to
burn one thimbleful of fut. Why not
throw on the po. lid and let the fire
put Itself out? I believe the cook
nuld aomethlng about being afraid
that there might be an explosion If
nhe put on the lid. Words are not
aiwuyi signs of Ideal. This word ex
plosion is certainly one to conjure
with. Who has not heard of kero
sens lumpi "exploding?" Yet for 20
yeuri I have canvassed In vain tu
find one who haa ever aeen a kero
nene lamp explode. I offer anyone
the Immortulity of honorable men
tion In these articles who will make
kerosene lamp explode without
1 1 ml healing the kerosene lo HO de-
frees. A few more decades of ex
perience with gasoline engines, and
people will begin to discover that ll
in riot even tuny to make gasoline ex
plode. I'nder no circumstance can
gasoline be made to explode u ill inn
very definite mixture of on quart
f air with about four dropa of gaso
line be made. We burned gasoline
in an ordinary kerosene lamp for six
hours, until ll wai half used up, and
no one could dlacover any difference
between It and kerosene. The lamp
had a ce parity of on pint and It re-
qiilrea something over five thousand
pints of air to burn nn pint of gaso
line. The burning went on quietly,
each thimbleful of gasoline being un
able lu get lla required sixteen quarts
of air In less than twenty-six seconds.
How remote the chance for exploaicn
was may be determined as follows: If
we had allowed the lump to burn
twelx hours. und If exactly two
drops of gunolin hud then remained
In ll, und if a pint of pure air could
bu then entered Hi lamp and if
the two ilrupa of gasoline had then
heroine completely vaporised and
thoroughly mixed with just on pint
of air, w might hat an exptonlon
If th flame remained long enough
to start the combustion' An explo
sion I simply combustion through
out the mass all at once, and Ih
whole purpose of IMn paper la t.i
h,,w ,h"' -i.mlllBllon requires defl
' i'g i"figi mr Mill) inn.
,lf (he of
Br ton yo.NHox.
K hool recent I v
the Fourth Ward
wrote Iho following
eaaay un The Hlieep
"The aheep are weak and fuollali
nnlninli but tin v are very useful. We
tan umi everything on I hum except
their bleat. The nheep learn their
nhepherd Ver eaay bill otherwayn
liny are dunili milmnli. They eat
alfalfa, grnna and carrot loup, And
the captain or the aheep la railed
Ibo belle buck."
tIKORtIB TITCU Informa ua, kind
ly, that ao long ai th (treat Iakei
ixlnt, there In no danger of Amerl-
i ana dying of Ihlrnt. We should like
to interject and Interpellate. Mr.
Filth, that ll depends entirely on
whether they live in Karmingion, N.
M.. or Mint Hollow, Ky.
Filth, that ll depend! entirely on
MR. HOLIShX, a loiilhern paper
nay i. haa lost a lot of hla supporter
Hume one should make him a present
f a pair of thone pink llonton onea.
Or, If wont comes to wont, the com
mon or garden chalnlcas safety. first
pin will hold the sog up neatly.
PKOPLB WHO fulminate against
the comic supplement should remem
ber that there are comic supplement
artists who buy their wives present!
und aend their little children to
t'hool with the money they get for
drawing funny pictures.
Miss Maguire Any letter for me?
'oatmaater What name pleaae?
Mies Maguire. Must 1 tell ?
Post master Certain ',. .
Mia Maguire Well. If I must,
alias Wheat, the new teacher, was
hearing the history lesson. Turning
Ic one of the new scholars, she asked;
"James, what was Waahington's
The new boy arose with a prompti
tude that pro mined well fur his ans
wer. "Heaven, ma'am," he said.
ALAS, WE FKAR that James might
have said otherwise If the topic of
diseuaaion had been, perchance, may
bap. er well, his present address
is South America,
THIS 8ADDKST man Is tie who paid
n dollar for a bottle of stuff guaran
teed, to make him live too years and
then found that some on had pre
dicted the end of the world In mo.
extinguishing tiro ll to separate
the burning fuel Into small portions.
Thus a considerable fire In a fire
place may be quickly extinguished by
merely dUrtrlbutlng apart from each
other the burning embers. Their
mutual heat la necessary to keep
them above the kindling tempera
ture. A shovelful of burning coals
when taken from the furnace soon
iooIs below Ita kindling temperature.
The heat of the real of the burning
coal la necessary to keep these burn
ing. The fireman's ax nnd pick enablo
him to extinguish fb by separating.
In small pieces, the burning portiont
of wood In floor or wainscot of bulld
inga. When thus treated, the wood
soon fulls below Its kindling temper
ature, and burning cease.
1 SENATOR BACON
jii.Ar the direct popular vol la
going tu make of the aeniite.
nobody know. In th past the een
ate ha been whut its very name show
that II waa from the beginning meant
to be. an unaemblnge predominantly
of seniors of aged or aging men. The
funeral car tome often to the doon
of a body like that; ll has come now
for Huron of Georgia. Next ictoher.
hud he lived lo aee It, would hae
brought hi seventy-seventh birthday,
"nly three of the present member of
the senate Hallinger of New Hamp
shire. LodKe nf Massachusetts, and
Perk inn uf California were thr
ahead of him.
His mat,, has kept him there for
nineteen intra, and his death leaves
five yeuree of n unexpired term for
aome other Georgia, Democrat to
serve. He did not enter th senate
with ever thing u learn. II had had
a long apprenticeship in th Georgia
house, eikiit ear of It in tit house s
chair. Ik f,,r thut he had been a
raptain In ih Confederate army.
Lawyer and doctor of laws, parlia
mentarian, practiced debater the
Democratic aide of the chamber, al
ready weakened by the resignation o
Halley and n, death of Ituvner. cull
ill aim re him. Ilia personal relations
w uh eh,, lexelator of the New Free-i
doiii were apparently of the pleasant- cov" bottom of the pan. Cook It
ent. but be was at core a senator and iiarfully and when full of bubbles
Demo.iai of the old athool; h hadi,urn " 0,r "h turner: when
been liuineil to revere the constitution ,l"n 'i!"'' to a hot plate and fill
and n prene iitative government, and
the rightn t.f the elates. The south
that was- th (ieorgla of Itetrlen
survived In Senator llacon. lie hud
iia dlgniiv nnd urbanity; he had also
an inherited portiun of its conserva-
There are still several month of
eold weal lor ahead of u und it will
pay i.ii to invent In a pair of our
handsome Winter shoes and huuae
slippers. W,. want to i lone out every
pair before th oprnlug of the spring
aeuson snd hi, i offering them ai great-
ly renin td prices. t . May Mioe
'tore, 114 West Central avenue. J
mmmI f ik ttietlb liHi ftar (lillilpea.
'oni iiuiii proof of ths rr cure-
live properties of hnniberlaln
ugh Iteiiiedy ram from Mr. Mary
Pawcetf of iiriiinell. Iowa, who suyn:
t nnmneiiain Cough llemeily helped .
my little boy great deal when he
had whiM.plug i-otigh ll I a goial
; i.:ros a turo
Painful Form of Rheumatism
The airft Anrtlng film thtt etiinn
Inrlrn aelaiir rhfiininl im lu.iilil trnnlt',1 la
" bi"d f"l by ing . S. g. yu Sot
5'lPv,'h Vh. Vwuiu .
rni llirmiKli ike InieniliiM J.r--t.r into lli
are ntinuiea ua inniirni-e in at
rfrri irinrv. rnin. and llnr ennll.
vtirv mmnlitaiiM aiiir t,ran nl ilia
ptaly, eTerv eaiilUt-lnr r ' tieeotilt'n ill rff.'ft a
flier In ilmia tlm lilnad of ImruirltiiHt.
The stimulating firnpertlf nf a. H. H. emn-
Iil the akin, lirer, Imwria, kidneys ami
ilatlilfr It sll work In the one end uf
entin out eyery Irritating. nnr pain
Inflifiing stnm or pnimm ; it dlnlntlgea by
IrriRntit.n nil si't-iiinuiatlenn In tlm joint.
rraiH-ra them neutral and stutters tme
reeuiiar formntitin In lue uvrte ccni'-ra
lint panne ninn ItirntlfylDg SUll ultra
baffling rheumatic psinn.
Ami. timt of sll. this rnmarkahle mnnl
I wrlrnm In Ihn wenkenl atuinai-tl. If
Jon tiaen Unused roumelf mini ymir
siiimarh la urn r It paralvied. Ton will li
sntimlnhril In And Hint K. ri. H glren nn
arnnatitin tint goe rluhl In nrnrk Tins
In bit-nun It In nam vegetable infimlun,
la taken Bnluratly Into ymir blued pint sa
par sir Is labeled naturally Into your
tea ra get a. ft ft. l inr 0ms sine,
g. H. g Is s siandsrd r mvlT. rectini?id
everywhere sa lb greatent blood anilitom
er-r dtneorered. If yntir la a iteeuhnr
ran snd ran den l re nfifetsl laftrsiail'in.
writ t. Th gnrtfl HpetlDc Co., 'i'ii Barlit
Uldg., Atliats, (is.
wasmngton i umnaay ;
TUB usual decorations for lunch
eon or dinner on this anniver
sary ore hatchets, cherry blossom,
red cherries and a great deal of red.
white and blue. Grape-rrult. served
with many cherries, wooden hatch
ets for favors, or paper boxes shaped
like them, and filled with red and
white candles, or Ices served simi
larly, with little silk flags here and
there, these are the rninmon acces
sories of a Washington's birthday
feast. Mm. Murrell, In "Oula liny
Luncheons." suggests rather happily,
thut the rolonlul colon may well be
sulwfiituted for the red, whit and
bin. Junt aa a change. Tllue dlnheg.
yellow candle-shade, yellow '.ullps
or daffodils for flow en, f perhaps In
blue bowl or vases!, paper esse!
made like cockfd huts, napkins fold
ed like rocked hats, bran or gilded
randlpstlcks with bin nnd yellow
nhades you ran easily work out a
dosen different chme on this foun
dation. Or g military luncheon might b
given on thla anniversary, as wrll ss
on General Oram's f April I7th. In
this rase, stutter over Ih table little
tenia made of small napkin, with,
perhaps n tiny flag on each. A
him ill doll soldier mlKht serve as a
fuvor, or. a knapnittk-bog filled with
tandy beans. Hardtack should be
served with the coffee or with the
soup, or both. A large tent, draped
with vines and crowned with a flag,
might serve aa a centerpiece; or n
group of cannon, with battalion of
toy soldiers. Much money mny lie
spent on these attractive accessories,
ot they may ,e, In moat Instance.
I made cheaply at home. , For even-
ma enieriainmentn, card pHrtle. co
tillions, unlmugundle and Ih Ilk,
modes of decoration may be devised
founded on these hints. Leslie'.
It haa been truly said that a man
w ho earns hi own money know how
to valu It; and the same muy be aaid
f woman who pun up her own
"Mercy me'" exclaimed Aunt Mary
"how ran the president be so extrav
agant with other people's money 7"
ny, wnat'a th matter. Auntie?"
"Only think of keeping (hose peg-
" inuiani on government
I'T Into a bowl one cup of flour,
one half tcunpoon of odu, one
scant half teuepoonf ul of salt snd on
teaspoon of baking powder. Mix well
nd then add one cup of sour milk,
on beaten egg and one lut.lenpoon of
butler melted. Iteat until smooth and
light and add mora flour or milk to
make th bnite Ilk thick cream, or
on that will p ar In a smooth, Dink
cream. Have frying pan hot and
grease It with hum or bacon rind.
our """"gh of the butler nearly to
tht' "h n"iher cuke, rip read
"rnl " "utter ami
' J er of ehuved niupl.i aimer. Then
lity " a''xl '"ks ,,,l of the tlrat
" dreas aa before with bolter and
"uHr' anJ when four are looked
"nr nun tin inio aeciions liKe a pie.
Ail .Appeal to Wiyes
100 kiov tUa terrible afflirtlna that
r oniee to many home from lie result of
a drinking busbaud or son. You know
CI Hi mnny wanted ca "Pritia." tint
is needed in the liotne to purthsae food
'lud nlothiliit. URhI.E tini saved llioua-
' sods ot driukiog men. il is a home
treatment and can lie ima secret!.-.
Your money will be refunded if. after s
Ifinl, it bs failed lo benefit. Costs osly
II Oil a box. Com In ud get a f rne
Inonlet sod let ua tell lua of tbe uood
Viltlil.N'G I doing.
AI.YAKIM I'll tllf 4f-V
This Ii simple, but delicious.. -Mary
On can corn, one pint boiling wa
ter. Cook gently 111 minutes, then
rub through n culuntler. Melt two
lalilenpootis butter. When bubbling
add two talilenpoonn flour nnd stir In
a smooth paste, then mid gradually to
it one pint milk and t k until sumolh
ami creamy. Htlr nil Ihe time. Cook
five liilnulen, then tidil Corn: bent
thoroughly, nennun to tanle with salt
and pepper mid serve .
Fry two or more slices of fut suit
pork In the bottom of the kettle until
the fut I fried out; then take out Ihe
pork and add the potatoes nnd pur
nnlps cut In think slices, lining half
aa much parsnip as potato. Cover
well with boiling water and season
with salt ami tapper. Hull Inllf an
hour or until veselaliles are done.
Dumplings may be added If desired.
For a taxi, call Di Mnuro. Phone 17.
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persons who have business transactions involving
daily deposits and disbursements. Its facilities for
handling accounts of this kind are unsurpassed and
the increasing volume of business passing through
this bank is proof of entire satisfaction on the
part of depositors.
You are cordially invited to open a checking ac
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Owing to our present limited
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Furniture, Carpets, Draperies
I ort ll,, wlrr-nt, tl all
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