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1922 H ANGS 01
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Motorists Liable to Confuse Sig
nals Along Roads to Indi
ENC6I EEfS APPROVE SCHEME
It Wdi Take Some Time to Make
Change as Laws in Many States
Require Red Lamps-"-Replace
ment Won't Be Costly.
Ili:44t' 'if r1'4 arlil Iirlits so)4a to lt -
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Inlights jilnticewi :ilia::tl hIwalys to
i1411t il toi2112g(I'41 t ri lihts.(441111)
Mliiiy' hlt'1i14t'I )t .'1 t )W~ ilig to1 ( 21.
torist s be.inag ci n l'lst Iin thIiis Wily.
I'Il4. r'ed liclit 441n th rea2r of the rall
r4)itt1 trinls is piIolly the origin of
the i't tI 1211 light tit' 211214i22444(s. T1he
rI'221I44141I trin i)J~e22ties tun11 tract: aind
tilt, rear11 t'244l 4of thazt trinZI is tii2gt.ro12s
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NUMBER 100 FOR
4 PRESIDENT'S CAR
'4r2 111n1 forl' !1:.: priiII o.. ll V 4n the
I i+ht' h voe l 111'h e a1n1xie1tis tgo get II peek
le frtl o)f tile iLresiellti:ll etar s1 wS
strs, the itsignia whiti1h l4.ilotes his
YOU AUTO KNOW
T hnt it Is extremely dnger
)1I's t) tllow alit automob4,hile e1
gine toI rtini in 1 stntlI garage r
? olte' invlo sedt4 spie , tlIlless the
tof v'elt ihttleil. The d ger is
Teeallisnt to+ thel ar itself, hbut tol these3
wh) e ire In the gzlrae. fir the'
exh a1ust from the eni', mix
Ins with the air, f1r'lIs nlrl n
monolexle andll earbon~t <lioxidle
the hi1tter being" enrhonmie n'eh
I whic"h Is eatdly to all living
'r anisnls. In :lhliti.n, thiel car
1h1lige tlts and2 le 11 lii'ge n11
it' ir, frltnd which the lxy'gen
Inhis oIhels t2kenftilt ll i n a11
et 11 tn1' I le e,
I1T'hese gases, two of wleh Is
site r1apitly frllt the exhinsnt
pipe of the ear aInd the othetr
beingt fo~rmedt als sp1e'edily" as at re
suit of thlls issul nn -e, will, In an _
utnnzingly sho~rt timne, rehuce the
air In at snutll gatrage l t aPoint
where It is highvl 1 -i4<ns 1+' 1or1,
this renon all a lMine itutor~t
smuld never he allowed to) rnn
In order to) "heat up" it garamge,
no. 'ho~lbl the driver p'erinit tihe
engine to warm11 Itself upl unless
the dorr of the ga1rage Is wide
j (Copyright, 1922. by tte Wheeler l
I 5yr4lient.1 Inc.)
PLAN FOR REMOVING
GREASE FROM AUTOS
Easily Built Hot-Water Bath is
Few Minutes' Boiling Removes All
Particles and Leaves Clean Sur
face That Can Be Soldered
or Otherwise Mended.
"Nolt bl44l1ed--ho4)lled !" exclaimeiid
the repair-shop)I lunna~lger'.
"Oh, I I ~thought you sah 1l brolled,"'
repied ItthI lit'Vsitor)2. "14ven so), I thin12k
'1iThe manatl~ger gavt' a sigh1 of de
t' me1rits o1f the' niew hol)lert, 1211o
I14ibow for' till' 11urpo4se' oft remIloIving
th14 grense54. Thlilit listrto P21114 ves.~ V4'S
A d-in2141 Iipe 111'1 'mis ino theil'10 h o r,
and24 Is surr'2oul ilted Ith the11' ~: wte.'.
An Easily Constructed Hot-water Bath
for Removing Grease From Automo
Ins114 ide his p)ipe is a1 gas-hurner'24'1 Of
anly suitable14 make24, the4 ihnne~ from11
wleth lays a~gainlst 112e iniorll of'
holillr 1tmiu'rallltur. A good14 wa~shing
hpowder'i la somtimesIl' athled04 to) thet wn-21
ter 212m 2142 ids ite (clansinig,
1l1 'arts of1024 atomob ytii iltcon he re-1
and1( no4 better method11 144 for thle ('tlaning
is found~ than simly lll immrig ini the
ho4't-water0 hath11. A few mlinultes' hol)l
lng remtiov'es ll 1)art ils of gr'ense,
he0 RoI(lered or2 otheri'~se 21etluled(. Not
on11y 1124 surIfnees4. bult th11e int eiors of
part's 2I4 ar thorou)lgly (clased4 by thIs
hlolling procles.l C'. IIdgi'ley In
Populari St'iencet Mothly.
Free Oil Holes.
Exposed1 oil hioles are bound to fill
up with dirt and1( old grease. It Is
well to elenni out the choked ports and
free tile hlotes to assure thorough lu.
bricntion to anl wor..king par..
WAR FRAUD CASES
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO SET UP
TRIBUNAL TO SELECT MOST
DAUGHERTY TO SIT ON BOARD
Government Will Proceed Only Where
It Has Reasonable Expectation
Washington.-A board of review is
to be set up in :he department of
justice, says a correspondent, which,
in effect, will constitute a special trib
unIa, for the examination of the war
fraud cases which the government is
preparing to prosecute on an elaborate
scale. according to antouncelent of
In reaching deCfision as to what
eases will be prosecuted. it was ex.
plained, the govertnen will proceed
only where it has reasonable expecta.
tiont of ': iimirg. in order that the cost
of litigation may not be excessive.
'!r i. the intention of the d p3;Mrt.
menit. to reduce litigation as muntch tas
possble,' said a statement from t.he
demIrtmilent. to prepare all the ;tas.)3
as thcrougliy as possible, and '.c ;s
pedite the busine.4s. The pre pa rat ion
of the cases will, of course, he exceed.
ingly important, as the department
naturally realizes that the government
will have arrayed against it some of
the groatest lawyers of the United
Sitting on the board of review will be
Daugherty himself, and former Sena
tor Thomas of Colorado. The reten
tion of Thomas as one of the special
attorneys-general to help in the wa!
fraud pro: ecut lns has just been an.
noltnceCl. Other assistant attorneys
general will co-operate with these two
ill connection with the cases in which
they have been closely identified.
senator '1 homas was a member of
the military affairs committee of the
senate durin. the war, and was chair.
1an of a :l'e(ial commlittee which con.
(hicted a separate investigation of air.
The boat of review, accord ing to
I Dmlug'herty. will make possible at all
timtles a "complete and thorough cen.
tralization of de')artmental knowledge
with respect to every step that is tc
(corge P. Hloover also nas ')ven
n5)am)led special assistant attorney gen.
er.. aecatise of the fact that court
work in the district has been ioublei
through the activities of the stpcmah
Sami jtary, the regular force was
consilerred inadequate, and Iloove!
will mi the present district attor
1.ey. Pe} ton Gordon. Gordon will di
rc.t ti'. criminal cases, assisted by
Joh itl \ 1-. Crim, an assistant attor
Secrecy Shrouds Irish Conference
Ln~donl.-A mlajority of thlose who
signed the 1Irish 1)eace treaty met
ar'ound thle table in theirl e 'io mnis
ter's 0official re4sideclIe inl Downving
street to con~sidler tile prtesent lposition)
or the liish51 towvard thlat agreemeont.
'1 he im'tish repr)Cesentat ives were Pre.
ier' Lloydl George, Austin Chlamber
a inl. Lord Trkenhead. Sir Lamling
W.orthinguon-Evans, Winston Spencer
Churchill andt Sir' H~lamra Gr'eenwvood.
The i'sh I epresentatives wer~e Ar
tltu' cr'it't, Alichael Collins, Eamlon J.
Duiggan, Wiiliam T. Cosgrove. D)iar-*
mnuid O'Petgarty, seetary of thle (da1l
eir'eanni. and Humgh Kennedy, lega' ad
'iser' oif the prtovisionlal government.
Bp. Gailor Says Prohibition Is Farce
K(noxylile. Tenn.-National prohibi
tion was daclared a farce by3 IBishop
Thlomas I". Gailor, head1( of tile Prot
1. Iot E.;piscopal ('1h uc in tile t'niit ed
State(s, inl a statement 1here. "'The reign
of terror' thlat we have e'xper1'inced( in
thle pa:st six mfonith~s is not pr1ohlibitioni
Iand is not enforcemnilt (of t he eigh-'
tent amendmenU~l~ll~t. Fu rthler thr 11101.
too inuich liiticos to thi1s prohb ilt ion,"'
dec(hired Ilishop Glailor. lie r'efuses
to become alarimed at mlodlernt flapper-01
ismi. "The young girl of today is as
goodl as sile was 30) years5 ago." said( 1he.
Four Are Injured In Train Wt'eck
Lineit. Ohio.--our' persons were
hurt. one0 seriously, and)4 fifty passen-.
ger's escapeid injurly wheni tile Nickel
Pinto passenger No. 1, running fift y
muiles an hour. lIlt an1 open) switch near1
Wor'ld Flight, After Smash. Delayed
I Marseilles, France.- Maj. W. T.
Islake was compe101led to ma11ke a fore
0(dI llaning at hlotely Park, jlust ouit
sid 1(1?arseilles. whlmle on a fl ighlt from
Lyons to 'lTurin) (Italy) in tihe c'ontin
utntion of his at tempit to fly arIoundl~
the world. Th1e machine struck on
r'oughl ground,(i damaging thle runn11inlg
gear and tl1smahinlg tile prtope0ller. It is
being towed to thle irangmis aviantion
field rot' repai rs, and1( the flight prohn
offshore for' the mlost part of two (lays
None of the octupants of tile plan1)o
Republicans Spilt On Cloture Pla'is
Washington. - -Althoughl tile quhestion)
st ill Is open, it became incr'easim:ly
problable thatt after' a conference of lRe.
pub~ilican1 sena)tore. thlat the mnove to
invoke t'lotura' durinig conide~ra*'.i-m of
the tariff bil1l would be utnsulcces'4ul.
Withl tihe Democrats regarded .tg sol.
idly a~galnst theO proposal. an informll~
Canvass on t'ae Reputblcanl sidle, leadi.
eraS say, 3ihIOed that a sutffliint num-11
ber of Reputblicans wore in opposition
to defeat a cloture rule in Conn~ecdon
withu the tariff. Night sessions 'will 'jo
Copyright, i2. 'estern Newspaper uinon.
"Thinkest thou the man whose man
The worldling's pomp and miser's
Obtains the richer prize
Than he who, in his eot, at rest
Finds heavenly peoce a willing guest
And bears the promise in his breast
Of the treasure in the skies?"
THINGS THAT HELP
If you are unfortunate enough to
spill p~epper in the soup, d11-op it piece
of bread Into it,
and remove it ; the
pepper will cling
to the bread. Breadh
that is in danger
of Muolding 1nmy
be sliced and
biked again, 1ma1k
ing a good zwie
bueh of it.
Sinoked fish may be linked by wrap.
pinig It in two thicknesses or piper,
t'oblirg the ends atid placing in a hot
over froi fifteen to thirty miniutes,
accordling to the size of' the fish. T'urn
several bines to Insure Its being well
if screens slam or even doors, tack
a piece of rubber from an inner tire on
the point of contact. It is a good
The s111m11 section of a divided
nt mt tress -nay he used as a cover and
imd for a window seat, covering with
a slip cover to miatch the hangings of
White felt hnts may be cleaned suc
cessfully with I Jpaiste of iagnesia
anid cold water. Apply It with a brush
a1nd allow it to dry perfectly, then
brush It off, and the soil will be re
Light velvet bints as well as gloves
ma1y be elented with a pa1ste 'nlade of
flour and gasoline. Rub it In to the
hat wit a brush. renew lng the paste
as It I'eonet soilea!, then give the lint
ai good brushing with a clean dry
brush. In clenning gloves put them on
the banEls ual "ash the gloves hv the
flour aitti gasoline pau ste. rubbing the
soiled spots if necess:ri' with an old
Ohl stockings make fine floor muops.
( it themi open and fasten them Into a
Uliii siick. They in .y he oiled. taking
the Pi nce of an oiled mop.
Bread 'udding.-1reak lit hits of
bread, place in a haking dish, add a
litl lilnely sliced1 apple and pour over
a custard, using one cupful of tilk
to one egg, nd such ftivoring aiid
sutgai r as 'I? desires. Grated lemon
pool is especially good. In:ke utin Il the
custard and apple is done.
"The way out of our narrowness
may not be so easy as the way in.
The weasel that creeps into the corn
tin has to starve luimself befcre he
Can leave by the saie passa-te."
DISHES FOR OCCASIONS
As everybody likes c'hick('i t he fol
lowvtig dish wvIll he ouie that ean be
ser'vell to a lairge com-~
Chicken a Ia King.
Melt two talcsIpoonfiluls
of butteri'; in It cook
. One-forth of ai pound1
of fr'eshi iushrioomis,
pieces, onre-liuilf a green
pepperi cut in shriets,
stir and cook untIl the unri sturie Is
evaipora ted soninewhatn. In anrothter
sautCepati ntel t tw~o tahiespoontfuils of
bmutte', In It ('ook thriee tltsploonifls
oif flou r, one-halIf teaspoon ful of salIt
anid one-fouarthI of a t enspoonfiul of
Ppi'i i ; add one ctiplful of thIini cream
ain I ine '1 cuf Iof1 htot chiIckeni brothi
and stir unt i hullIng; creamn two table
spuotitfils of' bttier', heat two egg
y'lks o~ine nt a tutne and stir into the
muce, conrtinule to stIr wvIthotti.lholl
Sig until the egg Is set ; adhlie aiush
rti 'ris ii lPe'pri'' arid thle hot breati~
otf i c'hIcekn cui(lt I1n p1 eeus one iicn
(lliuTe witth ai tenispiooniful of hcemonr
juice'( arid a few dtoprs of onIon jul('e.
Serive in t1imbal11e ('uses.
Timbale Cases-IBent two eggs
slIIghrtly, wIith ec-fouth of at t enspoon
t'ur of' salt, add, ailterniately, one0 cupI
fnrI of' milk ntl one culilul of flour,
heat unltil th' mixtunre Is sriooth
Ihr'oughiou1t. hanye ready a kettle of
hiot fat; set thle t hhnale ir'on In to thle
t'rit and when hiot dip thle Ir'ori into a
half cupful of the balteer, not allow
Inhg tilt' hatter'I to comiie uip over thle top).
U i turn-t to tire htot fat di ppig thle Iron
util well covered, cook for half a
minuitte, tIlt the Iron to r'emiove thie fat
and1( draini thle eases tin pape)r.~ Keep
themi hot ini a dmr11ipig pan set in lie
oiveni. These maity lhe irrade t he dlay
bef'ore arid crisped In Itie oven bef'ore
Lobster in Rice Border-Ilent cubles
of Itobsiter nmeat In a wiiit e sautce.
Ser've In a border' of r'iee, set one arid
one-half cupfuls of stock wIith one
stewedi arid striInedl toiimato (ve'r lie
tir'e. Wh'ien bioilIing a dd one clupfltl
of ice antd one-lint If' terrspoo nul caf
salt. St ir occaslirialIly w ih a fork
utilI the liquid ItIs absorbt'd. A tdt one.
hl f cup ful of bttle'rid cook over
French Fried Potatoes.--W'ash and
peel the potattoes, cuittling thremr length
ise Into eighths, dry w~ell oti a towel,
'fry In deep frit. Sprikie wv-li with
salt and keep hot In the oven tunitl
Sliced cold cooked tiotatoes wuithi a
cr'eami sauce, spinilk Iedl generously
with cheese and braked, maklies a nIce
YOU NEED A l
You are not feeling it. Yo
ti o and have headi
rest, bowels co etipated. I
very serious the matter,
thin. but you know you srn
not there with the punch
and the pep. The symp.
tome are those of eye.
not be neg.
all te ti
turn of the ef
all tasks easy an
Pine after the grip
.:w SOLD QGRW
Not Only For Chill
BUT A FINE GI
If not sold br your drussilt. write
K. per 'S
HOW HE ESCAPED ARREST
Uniform of Italian Colonel Protected
Fuad Pasha From the Threat
In 1913 Fund I, the new king of
Egypt, was an unsuc'essful candidate
for the Alhanilan throne. after having
been colonel of artillery in the Italian
army. VIeiin hr li'eame sultaln <t
Egypt his role under the protectorate
of E-:niiand wits not always e as: to
One day i messenger of the British
Resilent a:sl:ed hime to sign an ordi
Ilalee attainst the EIyptian national
Ists. Ite refts.d.1. And the m nessener
of the 1 h-sidl ent si.nilled to himiii with
the ut tost (oturt esy :
"I shall then ta nmy regret have to
arrest atl imaprisaoln your hi s
"Permit iie.'' rei itil 'ual 'asha,
"to go for a maoment to Imly rom1 to
A few minutes later Fund canme
back in the uniform of an Italian
HIe wts not arrested.
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
Have you ever stopped to reason why
It is that so many products that are ex.
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason is plain-the article (lid not fulfill
the promises of the manufacturer. This
apliles more particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative value almost sells itself, as like
an endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who arc in need of it.
A prominent druggist says "Take for
example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a
preparation I have sold for many years
and never hesitate to recommnend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent re
suIts, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy has so large a
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of th.ousandls who have
used the preparation, the success of D)r.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact,
so many peCople claim, that it fulfills al
most every wish in overcoming kidney,
liver andi bladder ailments: corrects uri
nary troubles and neutralizes the uric
acid wvhich causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
D~r. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.,
and enclose ten cents also mention this
paper. Large andl medi~um size bottles
for sale at all drug stores.Advertisement
"Can your husband follow a tune?"
"Yes, but lhe is usually somte dis
SAY "BAYER" wh<
Unless you see name "Ba3
getting the genuine Bayer j
cians over 22 years and r
Accept only "Bayer" package a
Handy "Bafyer" boxes of 12 tabletes
Asnirin 1s the trade mark of flaye la....
se food does not
othing . '
Proved by half Century of service
the real remedy for systemio ootsrrh. Io
action, Pe-ru.na is direct and satisfactory.
retcre.sthe appetite, enriches the blood,
theroatarrhal poisons which are causing
o*bk and puts the various organs in prime
'rThere Is a prompt and pleasant. re.
ior and healthful elasticity which ma e
1life n oy,
r Spanish Flu. Try it and see.
IERE. TABLETS OR LIQUID.
, Fever and Malaria
rthor Petor & Cu., Loulevll.. Kr.
No Longer "Wireless."
'Tlc conlnuittee on nomnenclature at
the governmnent radio conference de
iares thait the use of the word "wire.
less" and names derived front it are
obsolete. lnsteadl they urge the use
of "radlo." For the general title of
a system of conductors for radiating
oP absorh!ng radilo waves use "aerial";
for an open Circuit aerial use "an
tennut" ; for a closed circuit aerial use
Clean Baby's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Millions of mothers depend upon
genuine California Fig Syrup to clean
and freshen baby's stomach and
When the little one is constipated,
has wind, colic, feverish breath, coated
tongue, or diarrhoet, a half-teaspoon
ful promptly moves the poisons, gases,
bile, souring food and waste right out.
Never cramps or overacts. Contains
no narcotics or soothing drugs. Babies
love its delicious taste.
Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has full
directions for infants in armas, and clii
(dren of all ages, plainly Printedo on hot
tie. Mother ! You nmtSt say "Camii frnia"
or you may get an imitationu fig syrup,
Comnpr ison Urged.
"Is that yout, Johdn?" askedC~ Mrs.
"'Yes."' said t hat gent lemman. "W~hat's
the nature of thme touch?
"Is your faishionablie stenographer
"Yets. What about her?"'
"Nothing. .Just look lier' over an
then see if you can't co~me home tt
your own wife in a cheerful frame of
mlind(. I've justt boiught umyself a new
outfit."--Iir'mingham~ A ge-Hebraid.
Cuticura Soap for the Cnomplexion.
Nothing better than Cuticura Soap
daily and Ointment now and then as
neededl to miake the compilelxion clear, *
scalp cleani andl hands soft and white.
Add to this the fascinating, fragr'ant
Cuticura Talcum, andl yon~ have the
Cu ticura Toilet Trio.--Advyertisement'
"We need laws with teeth."
"Let's send a few dent ists to con.
mn you buy Aspirin.
-er" on tablets, you are not
>roduct prescribed by physi
roved safe by millions for
go Pain, Pai
hich contains proper directions.
~lso bottles of 24 and 100-Dru ait.
Ctore er Mnoac.ti.cn..... , Qi .....j ca