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BUILD IGLOOS OF CONCRETE I FAITHFUL TO OLD VEHICLE
Eskimo Indians No Longer Satisfied
With the Primitive Houses of
Snow of Their Fathers.
It Is a matter of government rec
ognition that the Eskimo Indians of
the Prlbllof Islands are rapidly gain
ing In sophistication, as the prices of
tho sealskins and bine and gray fox
pelts they bell mount higher and
higher. Those bits of frozen land in
Bering sea, whose total area Is less
than seventy square miles, have only
about 8D0 Inhabitants, yet they are
being assailed by all tho aspirations
of prosperity and are beginning to
buy tho most Interesting Items the
mail-order catalogues offer. So Uni
ted States engineers are building
them igloos of concrete, says Popular
Mechanics Magazine, thus substitut
ing the most substantial of materlnls
for what seems, from the temperate
zono viewpoint, tho mqst ephemeral.
The builders, however, are careful tcf
adhere closely to tho native stjle of
She Knew Time.
Four-year-old Betty had been per
mitted to go visiting at Aunt Ituth's
liouso. About four o'clock Uncle
James made ready to take her home,
but Betty objected strenuously to go.
Ing. "My Muvver said I could stay
all da," she said, "and it's all day till
Ox-Cart Still Used as Method of Trans.
portation in Parts of the South
and in India.
"Tractors are crawling oer the
snow-covered fields of, northern Green
land carrying the supplies of the
Langc Koch expedition. This novel
use of a new-born vehicle recalls that
some of the oldest transportation
methods still are employed In regions
w hoso civilization Is older than that of
tho Greenland Eskimo," says a bulle
tin of the National Geographic so
ciety. "Tho ox-cart still servos tho south
ern 'darky' In North Carolina, Georgia
and Alabnma, as well as In other por
tions of the South, as his coach and
four for tho Sunday 'go-to-meetln'.
During the week tho stolid beast
plows tobacco and cotton fields. In In
dia bullocks hitched to a wagon with
an ornate beehive-shaped or elongated
Covering, not unlike tho picturesque
tobacco schooner, convey tho Burmese
man and his family along tho road to
Mandnlay. Nor does this anlmnl cei.se
being a means of transportation upon
his death. Tho natives blow up his
skin and use It as a float or raft oq
which they cross the rivers."
"What cured Cholly of flirting?"
"He tried to flirt with a policewoman."
It's Really Amazing
the amount of nourishment
you'll find in a small dish of
With cream or good milk added
Sweet with its own sugar,
developed from the grains in
the making, this stirrdy blend
of wheat and malted barley
contains, in compact form and
at bw cost, the nutritive and
mineral elements needed to
build health and strength.
RACING DATES APPROVED
Dates for race meetings at
various tiacks were nppnned at
a recent meeting of the stewards
of tho Jockey club as follows:
Jamaica, May 0 to iU; Oct.
1 to 15.
Belmont park, May 27 to Juno
1G; Sept. 2 to 10.
Aqueduct, June 17 to July 4;
Sept. 17 to !U).
Empire City, July U to ISO;
Oct. 17 to 21).
Saratoga, Aug. 1 to 31.
DUSTER MAILS DEAL
IS A COAST RECORD
Bill Rodcjers Figures Southpaw
Nets His Club $25,000.
The Dramatic Instinct.
There was n picture of Daniel In the
lion's den in the parlor, and little
Hetty had heard the story. She knew
the lions had been told not to hint
Daniel because he was a good man,
hut une day, In an excited lone to the
lions, she whispered:
"Hlto him a little bit, anyway. Hetty
wants to see." Harper's Magazine.
"Some people have all tho luck."
"Then we'll take other ways to
succeed. We'll hustie and we'll ud-
BY USING THE GENUINE
Stearns7 Electric Paste
AUo .SUIll1" DICATII to WnterbiiRS, Ante. Haiti
ami Mlie 'Hit irt pruts arc tlin (.rente! carrirreof
msoiu.0 unci MUST ltll KILLED. Tbey destroy
botti food and property
Directions In 151innHHKPii In cvory box.
H uly for u- tw slits lie tind tl 10.
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Cleveland Gave Sacramento $10,000
In Cash and Three Players Valued
at $15,000 for Sensational
Ball players have been sold by Coast
league clubs to the majors for largo
sums of money, but It is belieuul that
tho transaction which sent Walter
Mails to Cleveland last August Is the
record for this- circuit, writes a Coast
As Bill llodgers, manager and part
owner of the Sacramento club, figures
It, the Senators will get $25,000 for
Mails, who was one of the sensations
of the American league after joii.inp
the world's champion Cleveland club
The Indians, hard pressed In the
American league pennant race, needed
'iff J i
another pitcher preferably a lolt-i
bander. They had hoard of Malls, and"
wero willing to give nnj thing in reason
to secure him.
Cleveland gave Sacramento $10,000
In cash when Mnils left the Senators.
It turned over two pitchers, Faeth and
Nlchnus, each of whom llodgers fig
ures worth $5,000.
By terms of the agreement, Cleve
land must deliver another ball player
satisfactory to Sacramento, or make
another payment of $5,000 to close
Perhaps Rodg.ors' idoa of tho value
of his two pitchers at $5,000 each Is
It little high, but tho $15,000 and two
plnyers makes It stand as one of tho
inrgest deals eer pulled In tho Coast
Some baseball squads went South to
train; then stood around and watched
The plnyer limit rule prevents the
St. Louis management from stacking
Frank Talcott, star pitcher of the
Yale nine In 1918, has blgned with the
Boston Bed Sox.'
After short lunching on n circuit
jaunt a ball player is always glad to
bco the home plute.
Padueah, Ky., has organized Its ball
club nnd named George Block, veteran
catcher, as manager.
Tho Pittsburgh club has returned
Second Baseman Danny Clark to the
Wichita Falls club.
Despite other reports, Derrlll Pratt,
baseball coach at tho Univeisity of
Michigan, denies ho will play major
league ball this year.
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Get a bottlo of OXIDINL" todny anil wtion yot
fee) acoldcoinlneon.put ntnl lobpoonfulof thl3
-wonderful remedy In a half class of liot ivater.
Stir 'well ami drink juht ai you would a licit
toddy. Its euervntlni: offoot la Immediately
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naily Uet plants dirtet trmn srowi-r All
leailintr nlciKa Prices, postpaid Cabbafc'o,
100, 46o, 600. $1 25, 1 000, J2 Tomatoes 100.
GOc, GOO, $2, 1,000. $3 GO Uermuda Unions.
GOO, $1. Cash A A I'lttman, Magnolia, Ark
Aici'iits To sell new portable shavliiK mir
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Write Lee Spec. Product Co , Loudonvllle, O.
Needn't Worry About That.
A western man advertising for a
wife says he wants a woman with
Ideas. He'll get that no matter what
woman he marries. Boston Transcript.
About tho easiest way to hurt a
woman Is to say something mean
about the man she loves.
Earth, with her thousand voices,
praises God. Coleridge.
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Co.. 275 Michigan Avnu, ChlcK0
Kitten Would Naturally Be Blue.
From an Exchange The Initio was
attired in a dark blue kitten's ear,
beautifully designed in Iridescent
beads. Boston Transcript.
Profit Is not without honor In any
country; but It Is often dishonorably
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